Sensitivity of a subregional scale atmospheric inverse CO2 modeling framework to boundary conditions

@inproceedings{Goeckede2010SensitivityOA,
  title={Sensitivity of a subregional scale atmospheric inverse CO2 modeling framework to boundary conditions},
  author={Mathias Goeckede and David P. Turner and Anna M. Michalak and Dean Vickers and Beverly E. Law},
  year={2010}
}
Received 4 May 2010; revised 14 September 2010; accepted 27 September 2010; published 23 December 2010. [1] We present an atmospheric inverse modeling framework to constrain terrestrial biosphere CO2 exchange processes at subregional scales. The model is operated at very high spatial and temporal resolution, using the state of Oregon in the northwestern United States as the model domain. The modeling framework includes mesoscale atmospheric simulations coupled to Lagrangian transport, a… CONTINUE READING

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