The SchauinslandCO 2 record : 30 years of continental observations and their implications for the variability of the European CO 2 budget

@inproceedings{Schmidt2003TheS2,
  title={The SchauinslandCO 2 record : 30 years of continental observations and their implications for the variability of the European CO 2 budget},
  author={Martina Schmidt and Richard C. Graul and Hartmut Sartorius and I. K. Levin},
  year={2003}
}
[1] Since 1972, the German Environment Agency (UBA) has been measuring continuously CO2 concentration at Schauinsland station (southwest Germany, 1205 m asl). Because of its vicinity to biogenic and anthropogenic sources and sinks, the Schauinsland CO2 record shows considerable variability. In order to remove these disturbances and derive the large-scale representative ‘‘background’’ CO2 level for the respective area (southwest Germany) we perform rigorous data selection based on wind speed and… CONTINUE READING