Bookkeeping estimates of the net land-use change flux a sensitivity study with the CMIP6 land-use dataset

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The DGVMs also simulated higher emissions during the 1990s that were of similar magnitude as LULCC emissions in Southeast Asia during the 2000s (table 3). By contrast in the 1990s, there was moderate agreement among data sources and medium confidence indicating a small forest regrowth sink (tables 3, 4). In the 2000s, there was also moderate agreement in the deforestation and regrowth trends, and high agreement in the strengthening of a carbon sink compared to fluxes from the 1990s; only the magnitude of the change between decades differed among the data sources (table 4). The DGVMs generally estimated much higher emissions in the 1980s and 1990s, but there was a strong decline in emissions during the 2000s from previous decades, and a regrowth sink was evident in a few of the models (figures S5, S8).

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The latter property constitutes one of the main differences of the resulting flux estimates between DGVMs and bookkeeping models and is due to changes in carbon densities caused by varying atmospheric CO2 concentrations. Gasser et al. (2020) find that the largest variation in flux estimates is induced by biogeophysical parameters (mainly carbon densities), followed by the definition of the LULCC flux (i.e. including or excluding LASC). The LULCC dataset is found to cause the least uncertainty cumulatively, though the trend of the annual LULCC flux based on the two datasets has opposing signs in recent years. Wood harvest practices result in forest-degradation and deforestation and can also create increasingly fragmented forests, but the effects of fragmentation, which are largely ignored, can amount to carbon emissions of 0.12–0.24 Pg C yr−1 across all tropical forests (Pütz et al 2014).

What is Bookkeeping?

You may also be expected to take on more advisory and analytical roles as bookkeeping becomes more automated. While bookkeepers can sit for the CB exam sections in any order, AIPB recommends taking part one before scheduling part two. To maintain certification, you need to earn at least 60 continuing education credits every three years. To become certified, you need to pass a four-part examination, show two years of full-time bookkeeping experience or 3,000 hours of freelance or part-time experience, and sign a code of ethics. These courses focus on bookkeeping fundamentals to help improve bookkeeping knowledge and skills.

  • When you’re done preparing the budget dashboard or balance sheet, you can share it with key stakeholders via a link or export it as a PDF file, ready to be sent via email or printed as a hard copy.
  • If you’re specifically interested in working as a bookkeeper remotely, establishing a website and social media profiles may be a starting point for your marketing plan.
  • Although the spatial and temporal representation of these processes has been significantly improved in LUH2 (versus LUH1), the choice of whether or not to include these processes in DGVM simulations is still a large contributor to the overall uncertainty in LULCC fluxes.
  • The simulation outputs were compared across a variety of metrics and diagnostic tools including secondary area and mean age, global gross and net transitions, and cumulative gross and net loss of aboveground biomass.
  • The baseline scenario is thus included in the GCB2019 uncertainty range; the sensitivity range of the cumulative net LULCC flux due to LULCC uncertainty is smaller than the uncertainty in GCB2019, but the sensitivity due to inclusion of wood harvest is of similar magnitude.

1 illustrate the advantages of combining the time series and the annual classification approaches. 1A shows a stable forest pixel; CCDC correctly identified the pixel as a single time segment classified as forest, while MODIS LC incorrectly classified the pixel as woody savanna for the period 2007–2013. The pixel might be misinterpreted as forest degradation and recovery if only MODIS LC is used to infer LULC change. Remote sensing is the most efficient way to monitor land use and land cover change over large areas (Hansen and Loveland, 2012). Developments in high-performance cloud computing platforms, such as Google Earth Engine (GEE) (Gorelick et al., 2017), have facilitated access to vast quantities of data. Potapov et al. (2019) produced annual maps of tree canopy cover over 2000–2017 for the South and Southeast Asia region using multi-temporal classification of Landsat data, which provides valuable information on changes in forested land.

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A bookkeeper’s job comprises maintaining and balancing financial records, including transactions from coworkers. Your job as a bookkeeper entails systematically keeping track of an organization’s financial transactions. For the information to be reported as a financial statement, it needs to be identified, accepted, classified, and recorded.

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This suggests that the combined land–ocean sink has been able to grow at least as fast as anthropogenic emissions. In East Asia, an increase in forest regrowth is responsible for reversing a carbon source to carbon sink from LULCC in East Asia between the decades 1990s and 2000s, at the very latest, and this is mainly driven by China, confirming similar reports by Piao et al (2012). The inclusion, or omission, of legacy emissions may explain the differences in decadal estimates for East Asia made by the DGVMs and inventory methods.







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