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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
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
2007EVERGREEN - Global Satellite Observations of Greenhouse Gas EmissionsGOEDE Albert; MEIRINK JAN FOKKE; BUCHWITZ Michael; BURROWS John; DE BEEK Ruediger; FRIESS U.; MONKS P.; REMEDIOS J; FRANKENBERG. C.; PLATT U., et alArticles in Journals
2006Satellite Chartography of Atmospheric Methane from SCIAMACHY on Board ENVISAT: Analysis of the Years 2003 and 2004FRANKENBERG C.; MEIRINK Jan Fokke; BERGAMASCHI PETER; GOEDE Albert; HEIMANN Martin; KOERNER Stefan; PLATT U.; VAN WEELE Michiel; WAGNER T.Articles in Journals
2007Satellite Chartography of Atmospheric Methane from SCIAMACHY Onboard ENVISAT: (II) Evaluation Based on Inverse Model SimulationsBERGAMASCHI PETER; FRANKENBERG C.; MEIRINK Jan Fokke; KROL M.; DENTENER FRANCISCUS; WAGNER T.; PLATT U.; KAPLAN J. O.; KOERNER S.; HEIMANN M., et alArticles in Journals
2006Seasonal and Latitudinal Variation of Atmospheric Methane: a Ground-based and Ship-borne Solar IR Spectroscopic StudyWARNEKE Thorsten; MEIRINK Jan Fokke; BERGAMASCHI PETER; GROOSS J.-U.; NOTHOLT Justus; TOON G.c.; VELAZCO V.; GOEDE Albert; SCHREMS O.Articles in Journals
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