CO 2 , CO and CH 4 measurements from the NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory's Tall Tower Greenhouse Gas Observing Network: instrumentation, uncertainty analysis and

@inproceedings{Andrews2013CO2,
  title={CO 2 , CO and CH 4 measurements from the NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory's Tall Tower Greenhouse Gas Observing Network: instrumentation, uncertainty analysis and},
  author={Arlyn Elizabeth Andrews and Jonathan Kofler and Michael E. Trudeau and James Cartwright Williams and Daniel H. Neff and Kenneth A. Masarie and Daniel Yuh Chao and Duane R Kitzis and Paul C. Novelli and Chun Liu Zhao and Edward J. Dlugokencky and Patricia M. Lang and Molly Crotwell and Marc Laurenz Fischer and Mathew J. Parker and John T. Lee and Douglas D. Baumann and Ankur R. Desai and Charles O. Stanier and Stephan Wekker and Daniel E. Wolfe and J. William Munger and Pieter Tans},
  year={2013}
}
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