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Inverse modelling of national and European CH4 emissions using the atmospheric zoom model TM5
A synthesis inversion based on the atmospheric zoom model TM5 is used to derive top-down estimates of CH 4 emissions from individual European countries for the year 2001. We employ a model zoom overExpand
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CO2 surface fluxes at grid point scale estimated from a global 21 year reanalysis of atmospheric measurements
This paper documents a global Bayesian variational inversion of CO2 surface fluxes during the period 1988-2008. Weekly fluxes are estimated on a 3.75 degrees x 2.5 degrees (longitude-latitude) gridExpand
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The impact of canopy exchange on differences observed between atmospheric deposition and throughfall fluxes
To study the impact of canopy exchange on differences observed between atmospheric deposition and throughfall fluxes, several-held experiments were performed at the Speulder forest in TheExpand
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Fog deposition on a coniferous forest in The Netherlands
Fog deposition in December 1992 and February 1993 (two periods of several days in which fog occurred) was monitored at the location Speulderbos in The Netherlands. Fog droplet deposition was measuredExpand
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High resolution modelling of atmosphere-canopy exchange of acidifying and eutrophying components and carbon dioxide for European forests
The Integrated Deposition Model (IDEM) was improved by incorporating a novel multilayer biochemical dry deposition module for gases. The aerosol and base cation deposition modulewas adopted fromExpand
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Importance of fossil fuel emission uncertainties over Europe for CO2 modeling: model intercomparison
Abstract. Inverse modeling techniques used to quantify surface carbon fluxes commonly assume that the uncertainty of fossil fuel CO 2 (FFCO 2 ) emissions is negligible and that intra-annualExpand
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Evaluation of SO2 dry deposition over short vegetation in Portugal
SO2 dry deposition was studied over short vegetation, in Portugal, by means of the concentration gradient method. The experimental study involved one first phase of long-term measurements carried outExpand
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TransCom model simulations of hourly atmospheric CO2 : Analysis of synoptic-scale variations for the period 2002-2003
The ability to reliably estimate CO2 fluxes from current in situ atmospheric CO2 measurements and future satellite CO2 measurements is dependent on transport model performance at synoptic and shorterExpand
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Seasonal variability of ozone dry deposition under southern European climate conditions, in Portugal
Ozone dry deposition measurements were carried out during approximately one year over a flat grass field in Portugal. The results show prominent diurnal and seasonal patterns in deposition flux, dryExpand
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Impact of optimized mixing heights on simulated regional atmospheric transport of CO2
The mixing height (MH) is a crucial parameter in commonly used transport models that proportionally af- fects air concentrations of trace gases with sources/sinks near the ground and on diurnalExpand
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