The scientific community is welcome to use
the Jena CarboScope CO2 inversion results,
on the following conditions:
Feel free to contact us with questions, suggestions, etc.
CarboScope by https://www.bgc-jena.mpg.de/CarboScope/ is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
In particular, for transparent and unique attribution, please always indicate the run ID / version you used.
We encourage all users to send an e-mail to
briefly describing your intended use of the inversion results.
This is meant to ensure that scope and limitations of the data set are fully taken into account,
and that you will recieve notifications about updates or bug corrections.
We are very interested to discuss conclusions from these results in a collaborative way.
We therefore encourage you to keep us updated about your findings
and let us know if you are going to use CO2 inversion results in a talk or publication.
The technical reference for citing the data set is
and this website for documentation of updates.
Estimating CO2 sources and sinks
from atmospheric mixing ratio measurements
using a global inversion of atmospheric transport
Technical Report 6,
Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, 2005.
If you discover any problems or potential bugs, please contact us immediately.
If inversions with changes in atmospheric data or set-up would be useful to your research,
such specific runs can be done on request.