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Alex Vermeulen, the Director of the ICOS Carbon Portal thinks that the standstill of emissions increase in 2018 and 2018 was offset by additional natural emissions due to the large El Nino that took place during the same period. This is one of the feedbacks between climate and the Earth system that ICOS intends to detect and study, says Vermeulen. Also methane concentrations, the second most important greenhouse gas after CO2, have increased considerably since about 2018. This phenomenon is not yet well explained, but seems to be linked to changes in emissions from wetlands and also probably emissions from fossil fuel production and use. Vegetation on land and oceans are natural sinks for CO2. They absorb about half of the anthropogenic CO2-emissions from fossil fuel combustion and land use changes, which underscores the importance of understanding the interplay between the ocean, ecosystems on land, and the atmosphere. Hence, ICOS not only measures greenhouse gas concentrations throughout the climate system, but also the natural fluxes of gases between terrestrial and ocean surfaces and the atmosphere. Scientists will feed these measurements into advanced computer models that will calculate, for example, CO2-emissions across Europe. Four of the twenty-one permanent ocean stations in ICOS are Norwegian. Johannessen adds that the North Atlantic is the most intense northern hemisphere marine sink for CO2, which highlights the importance of having long-oceanic observations. This will help not only to understand the processes that drive climate change today, but also to predict future behaviour of the global carbon cycle. The ecosystem station of ICOS Norway will be located within a mature forest stand close to Hurdal Lake. Carbon fluxes between atmosphere and vegetation are measured using a tower reaching above the canopy. He noted that in turn this would help to solve major society challenges. In order to become ICOS-data ready, the ICOS thematic centres in Europe have worked out strict rules and protocols to secure standardised, high-precision observations. Furthermore, the data should be well documented, open and easy to access for all interested users and parties. Through its Carbon Portal, ICOS aims to make it easy for policy-makers to find reliable measurements and estimates of greenhouse gas emissions, which can be compared with the reported emission targets and pledges to the UN. As soon as the official ICOS high quality data starts flowing summer 2017, users can search for the observation data. They can already view and download maps that visualize national footprints and the distribution of emissions across Europe. More than 30 scientists and technicians from many Norwegian academic institutions met to discuss status and the way forward for ICOS Norway (photo: Jill Johannessen). Development of atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide from Mauna Loa (red) and South Pole (black) since 1958. Source: IPCC WG1AR5, Figure SPM4. Catherine Lund Myhre shows that methane concentrations have increased, based on observations from the Zeppelin atmospheric station in Svalbard (photo: Jill Johannessen, UiB). ICOS have equipped research vessels and commercial ships with state of the art carbonate system sensors, which cover most of the North Atlantic, but also large sections in the Arctic Ocean (photo: Sigve Naustdal, UiB). A new terrestrial station at Hurdal This tower station at Hurdal will be installed with instruments this summer and will measure the amount of carbon stored annually in the system or released from it (photo: Holger Lange, NIBIO). Example dataset at the ICOS Carbon Portal. Left CO2 natural emissions of Europe modelled by the LSCE model system for 8 August 2018 14:00. Blue colours mean uptake by vegetation, red means net emissions due to respiration (e. 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