The framework differentiates reservoirs by their role in the global carbon cycle, distinguishing between geocarbon (carbon in the geosphere), biocarbon (carbon in the biosphere) and anthropogenic carbon (stockpiles, products and waste).
A reservoir ranking system is proposed based on longevity, reversibility of carbon loss, and carbon density.
Ann Vandermeer was the editor of Weird Tales magazine, and a respected anthologist and publisher. Jeff Vander Meer is the author of the best-selling City of Saints and Madmen, set in his signature creation, the imaginary city of Ambergris, in addition to several other novels from Bantam, Tor, and Pan Macmillan.
His work, both books and short stories, has been translated into over twenty languages. Lambshead Pocket Guide to Eccentric & Discredited Diseases may be his most famous anthology, and is considered a cult classic, still in print along with his Leviathan original fiction series.
He is best known for his contributions to the New Weird and his stories about the city of Ambergris, in books like City of Saints and Madmen.
He is also the author of the 2014 series called The Southern Reach Trilogy.
She wakes up at the bottom of a square hole, its walls glowing with intricate carvings.
But the firemen who come to save her peer down upon something even stranger: a little girl in the palm of a giant metal hand.
Seventeen years later, the mystery of the bizarre artifact remains unsolved—its origins, architects, and purpose unknown.
Twenty-five years ago, Cory Doctorow and Jeff Vander Meer both attended the Clarion Writers Workshop, the premier science fiction and fantasy writing program.
Since that time, Vander Meer and Doctorow have each gone on to long literary careers.