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Auxiliary material for this article contains documentation on the 41-year inventory of vegetation fire emissions constructed for the RETRO project, a global modeling study to investigate the trends and variability of tropospheric ozone and other air pollutants over the past decades.

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gbc1461-sup-0002-txts01.texapplication/x-tex999Text S1. Further documentation on the 41-year inventory of vegetation fire emissions constructed for the RETRO project, a global modeling study to investigate the trends and variability of tropospheric ozone and other air pollutants over the past decades.
gbc1461-sup-0003-txts01.pdfPDF document470KText S1. Further documentation on the 41-year inventory of vegetation fire emissions constructed for the RETRO project, a global modeling study to investigate the trends and variability of tropospheric ozone and other air pollutants over the past decades.
gbc1461-sup-0004-fs01.tifTIFF image244KFigure S1. Comparison of total direct carbon emissions from fires in Canada and Alaska with literature values from Amiro et al. [2001] and French et al. [2002].
gbc1461-sup-0005-fs01.pdfPDF document26KFigure S1. Comparison of total direct carbon emissions from fires in Canada and Alaska with literature values from Amiro et al. [2001] and French et al. [2002].
gbc1461-sup-0006-fs02.tifTIFF image281KFigure S2. Seasonality of large fires in Canada: Comparison of normalized monthly area burned data from the Canadian large fire data base, GWEM 1.4 (i.e. GBA 2000), and Reg-FIRM.
gbc1461-sup-0007-fs02.pdfPDF document14KFigure S2. Seasonality of large fires in Canada: Comparison of normalized monthly area burned data from the Canadian large fire data base, GWEM 1.4 (i.e. GBA 2000), and Reg-FIRM.
gbc1461-sup-0008-fs03.tifTIFF image207KFigure S3. Interannual variability of the burned area in Russian forests and other land types according to a new data set by the Russian ministry of natural resources.
gbc1461-sup-0009-fs03.pdfPDF document17KFigure S3. Interannual variability of the burned area in Russian forests and other land types according to a new data set by the Russian ministry of natural resources.
gbc1461-sup-0010-fs04.tifTIFF image277KFigure S4. Seasonality of Russian fires south and north of 60°N based on GWEM 1.4 for the year 2000 and average values from Reg-FIRM.
gbc1461-sup-0011-fs04.pdfPDF document21KFigure S4. Seasonality of Russian fires south and north of 60°N based on GWEM 1.4 for the year 2000 and average values from Reg-FIRM.
gbc1461-sup-0012-fs05.tifTIFF image74KFigure S5. European burned areas used in the RETRO inventory.
gbc1461-sup-0013-fs05.pdfPDF document15KFigure S5. European burned areas used in the RETRO inventory.
gbc1461-sup-0014-fs06.tifTIFF image229KFigure S6. Comparison of burned fractions in Africa for January and August 2000.
gbc1461-sup-0015-fs06.pngPNG image70KFigure S6. Comparison of burned fractions in Africa for January and August 2000.
gbc1461-sup-0016-fs07.tifTIFF image103KFigure S7. Correlation between burned area and total carbon emissions for South Africa and the Sahel zone in the GFED inventory version 2.
gbc1461-sup-0017-fs07.pdfPDF document47KFigure S7. Correlation between burned area and total carbon emissions for South Africa and the Sahel zone in the GFED inventory version 2.
gbc1461-sup-0018-fs08.tifTIFF image80KFigure S8. Interannual variability of CO emissions from South America in comparison with re-computed values of Duncan et al. [2003] and the Multivariate ENSO index for the months of April and May.
gbc1461-sup-0019-fs08.pdfPDF document17KFigure S8. Interannual variability of CO emissions from South America in comparison with re-computed values of Duncan et al. [2003] and the Multivariate ENSO index for the months of April and May.
gbc1461-sup-0020-fs09.tifTIFF image72KFigure S9. Interannual variability of CO emissions from Central America in comparison with re-computed values of Duncan et al. [2003].
gbc1461-sup-0021-fs09.pdfPDF document11KFigure S9. Interannual variability of CO emissions from Central America in comparison with re-computed values of Duncan et al. [2003].
gbc1461-sup-0022-fs10.tifTIFF image67KFigure S10. Multivariate ENSO index for February and March and annual burned area in Thailand as reported in IFFN (2001).
gbc1461-sup-0023-fs10.pdfPDF document15KFigure S10. Multivariate ENSO index for February and March and annual burned area in Thailand as reported in IFFN (2001).
gbc1461-sup-0024-fs11.tifTIFF image36KFigure S11. Seasonality of fires in Indonesia under different ENSO conditions, derived from ATSR fire count data.
gbc1461-sup-0025-fs11.pdfPDF document55KFigure S11. Seasonality of fires in Indonesia under different ENSO conditions, derived from ATSR fire count data.
gbc1461-sup-0026-fs12.tifTIFF image227KFigure S12. Interannual variability of burned areas in Indonesia in comparison with other estimates.
gbc1461-sup-0027-fs12.pdfPDF document14KFigure S12. Interannual variability of burned areas in Indonesia in comparison with other estimates.
gbc1461-sup-0028-t01.txtplain text document2KTab-delimited Table 1.
gbc1461-sup-0029-t02.txtplain text document2KTab-delimited Table 2.
gbc1461-sup-0030-t03.txtplain text document1KTab-delimited Table 3.
gbc1461-sup-0031-t04.txtplain text document2KTab-delimited Table 4.
gbc1461-sup-0032-t05.txtplain text document1KTab-delimited Table 5.
gbc1461-sup-0033-t06.txtplain text document3KTab-delimited Table 6.
gbc1461-sup-0034-t07.txtplain text document2KTab-delimited Table 7.

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