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Carbon balance of the terrestrial biosphere

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Notes: Atmospheric carbon (in the form of CO2) is absorbed by plants in the process of photosynthesis

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A large part of this carbon is released back to the atmosphere. A small part is removed from the atmosphere and stored in the terrestrial biosphere (terrestrial carbon uptake).

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