Thomas Laepple

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This paper presents a procedure for performing and optimizing inversions for DOAS tomography and its application to measurement data. DOAS tomography is a new technique to determine 2-and 3-dimensional concentration fields of air pollutants or other trace gases by combining differential optical absorption spectroscopy (DOAS) with tomo-graphic inversion(More)
This paper presents a procedure for performing and optimizing inversions for DOAS tomography and its application to measurement data. DOAS tomography is a new technique to determine 2-and 3-dimensional concentration fields of air pollutants or other trace gases by combining differential optical absorption spectroscopy (DOAS) 5 with tomographic inversion(More)
Significant discrepancies exist between the detrended variability of late-Holocene marine temperatures inferred from Mg/Ca and Uk37 proxies, with the former showing substantially more centennial-scale variation than the latter. Discrepancies exceed that attributable to differences in location and persist across various calibrations, indicating that they are(More)
The variability of sea surface temperatures (SSTs) at multidecadal and longer timescales is poorly constrained, primarily because instrumental records are short and proxy records are noisy. Through applying a new noise filtering technique to a global network of late Holocene SST proxies, we estimate SST variability between annual and millennial timescales.(More)
One possible method for predicting landfalling hurricane numbers is to first predict the number of hurricanes in the basin and then convert that prediction to a prediction of landfalling hurricane numbers using an estimated proportion. Should this work better than just predicting landfalling hurricane numbers directly? We perform a basic statistical(More)
Temporal variations of the radionuclide 10 Be are broadly synchronous across the globe and thus provide a powerful tool to synchronize ice core chronologies from different locations. We compared the 10 Be record of the Akademii Nauk (AN) ice core (Russian Arctic) for the time period CE 1590–1950 to the 10 Be records of two well-dated Greenland ice cores(More)
Temporal variations of the radionuclide Be are broadly synchronous across the globe and thus provide a powerful tool to synchronize ice core chronologies from different locations. We compared the Be record of the Akademii Nauk (AN) ice core (Russian Arctic) for the time period CE 1590–1950 to the Be records of two well-dated Greenland ice cores (Dye3 and(More)
The Model for Ozone and Related chemical Tracers, version 4 (MOZART-4) is an offline global chemical transport model particularly suited for studies of the troposphere. The updates of the model from its previous version MOZART-2 are described, including an expansion of the chemical mechanism to include more detailed hydrocarbon chemistry 5 and bulk(More)
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