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2013Atmospheric CH4 in the first decade of the 21st century: Inverse modeling analysis using SCIAMACHY satellite retrievals and NOAA surface measurementsBERGAMASCHI Peter; HOUWELING Sander; SEGERS Arjo; KROL M.; FRANKENBERG Christian; SCHEEPMAKER Remco; DLUGOKENCKY Edward; WOFSY Steven C.; KORT Eric; SWEENEY Colm, et alArticles in Journals
2010First Ground-Based FTIR Observations of Methane in the Inner Tropics over Several YearsPETERSEN Katinka; WARNEKE Thorsten; FRANKENBERG. C.; BERGAMASCHI Peter; GERBIG Christoph; NOTHOLT Justus; BUCHWITZ Michael; SCHNEISING Oliver; SCHREMS O.Articles in Journals
2012Methane airborne measurements and comparison to global models during BARCABECK Veronika; CHEN Huilin; GERBIG Christoph; BERGAMASCHI Peter; BRUHWILER Lori; HOUWELING Sander; RÖCKMANN Thomas; KOLLE Olaf; STEINBACH Julia; KOCH Thomas, et alArticles in Journals
2014A multi-year methane inversion using SCIAMACHY, accounting for systematic errors using TCCON measurementsHOUWELING Sander; KROL M.; BERGAMASCHI Peter; FRANKENBERG Christian; DLUGOKENCKY Edward; MORINO I; NOTHOLT Justus; SHERLOCK V.; WUNCH D.; BECK Veronika, et alArticles in Journals
2013WRF-Chem simulations in the Amazon region during wet and dry season transitions: evaluation of methane models and wetland inundation mapsBECK Veronika; GERBIG Christoph; KOCH Thomas; BELA Megan M.; LONGO Karla M.; FREITAS Saulo R.; Kaplan Jed; PRIGENT Catherine; BERGAMASCHI Peter; HEIMANN MartinArticles in Journals
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