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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Carbon Cycle Data Assimilation with a Generic Phenology ModelKNORR Wolfgang; KAMINSKI Thomas; SCHOLZE Marko; GOBRON Nadine; PINTY Bernard; GIERING Ralf; MATHIEU Pierre PhilippeArticles in Journals
2011Consistent assimilation of MERIS FAPAR and atmospheric CO2 into a terrestrial vegetation model and interactive mission benefit analysisKAMINSKI Thomas; KNORR Wolfgang; SCHOLZE Marko; GOBRON Nadine; PINTY Bernard; GIERING Ralf; MATHIEU Pierre PhilippeArticles in Journals
2012Consistent assimilation of MERIS FAPAR and atmospheric CO2 into a terrestrial vegetation model and interactive mission benefit analysisKAMINSKI Thomas; KNORR Wolfgang; SCHOLZE Marko; GOBRON Nadine; PINTY Bernard; GIERING Ralf; MATHIEU Pierre PhilippeArticles in Journals
2005Global-Scale Drought Caused Atmospheric CO2 IncreaseKNORR Wolfgang; GOBRON NADINE; SCHOLZE Marko; KAMINSKI Thomas; PINTY BERNARDArticles in Journals
2007The Impact of Terrestrial Biosphere Carbon Exchanges on the Anomalous CO2 Increase in 2002-2003KNORR Wolfgang; GOBRON NADINE; SCHOLZE Marko; KAMINSKI Thomas; SCHNUR Reiner; PINTY BERNARDArticles in Journals
2007Relevance of Global Remote-Sensing FAPAR Products to Carbon Flux EstimatesGOBRON NADINE; KNORR Wolfgang; AUSSEDAT Ophelie; PINTY BERNARD; SCHOLZE Marko; TABERNER MALCOLMContributions to Conferences
2008Remote Sensing Input for Regional to Global CO2 Flux ModellingKNORR Wolfgang; KAMINSKI Thomas; SCHOLZE Marko; GOBRON Nadine; PINTY Bernard; GIERING RalfContributions to Conferences
2013Simultaneous assimilation of satellite and eddy covariance data for improving terrestrial water and carbon simulations at a semi-arid woodland site in BotswanaKATO T.; KNORR Wolfgang; SCHOLZE Marko; VEENENDAAL Elmar; KAMINSKI Thomas; KATTGE J.; GOBRON NadineArticles in Journals
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