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2006Atmospheric Carbon Gases Retrieved from SCIAMACHY by WFM-DOAS: Version 0.5 CO and CH4 and Impact of Calibration Improvements on CO2 RetrievalDE BEEK Ruediger; BUCHWITZ Michael; NOEL Stefan; BURROWS John; BOVENSMANN Heinrich; BRUNS M.; BREMER Holger; BERGAMASCHI PETER; KOERNER Stefan; HEIMANN Martin, et alArticles in Journals
2012Atmospheric greenhouse gases retrieved from SCIAMACHY: comparison to ground-based FTS measurements and model resultsSCHNEISING O.; BERGAMASCHI Peter; BOVENSMANN Heinrich; BUCHWITZ Michael; BURROWS John; DEUTSCHER N. M.; GRIFFITH D. W. T.; HEYMANN J.; MACATANGAY R.; MESSERSCHMIDT J., et alArticles in Journals
2004Atmospheric Methane and Carbon Dioxide from SCIAMACHY Satellite Data. Initial Comparison with Global Models of Chemistry and Transport.BUCHWITZ Michael; DE BEEK Ruediger; BURROWS John; BOVENSMANN Heinrich; WARNEKE Thorsten; NOTHOLT Justus; MEIRINK Jan fokke; GOEDE Albert; BERGAMASCHI Peter; KOERNER Stefan, et alArticles in Journals
2005Atmospheric Methane and Carbon Dioxide from SCIAMACHY Satellite Data: Initial Comparison with Global Models of Chemistry and TransportBUCHWITZ Michael; DE BEEK Ruediger; BURROWS John; BOVENSMANN Heinrich; WARNEKE Thorsten; NOTHOLT Justus; MEIRINK Jan Fokke; GOEDE Albert; BERGAMASCHI PETER; KOERNER Stefan, et alArticles in Journals
2005Carbon Monoxide, Methane and Carbon Dioxide Columns Retrieved from SCIAMACHY by WFM-DOAS: Year 2003 Initial Data SetBUCHWITZ Michael; DE BEEK Ruediger; NOEL Stefan; BURROWS John; BOVENSMANN Heinrich; BREMER Holger; BERGAMASCHI PETER; KOERNER Stefan; HEIMANN MartinArticles in Journals
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