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1Davies-Barnard, T., Zaehle, S., Friedlingstein, P. (2021). Biological nitrogen fixation in CMIP6 models. Biogeosciences Discussions. doi:10.5194/bg-2021-290.
2Lacroix, F., Zaehle, S., Caldararu, S., Schaller, J., Stimmler, P., Holl, D., Kutzbach, L., Göckede, M. (in press). Decoupling of permafrost thaw and vegetation growth could mean both ongoing nutrient limitation and an emergent source of N2O in high latitudes. Earth and Space Science Open Archive (ESSOAr). doi:10.1002/essoar.10510605.1.
3Maier, F., Gerbig, C., Levin, I., Super, I., Marshall, J., Hammer, S. (2021). Effects of point source emission heights in WRF–STILT: a step towards exploiting nocturnal observations in models. Geoscientific Model Development Discussions. doi:10.5194/gmd-2021-386.
4Munassar, S., Rödenbeck, C., Koch, F.-T., Totsche, K. U., Galkowski, M., Walther, S., Gerbig, C. (2021). NEE estimates 2006–2019 over Europe from a pre-operational ensemble-inversion system. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions. doi:10.5194/acp-2021-873.
5Zhan, C., Orth, R., Migliavacca, M., Zaehle, S., Reichstein, M., Engel, J., Rammig, A., Winkler, A. (in press). Emergence of the physiological effects of elevated CO2 on land-atmosphere exchange of carbon and water. ESSOAr. doi:10.1002/essoar.10510955.1.
6Zhao, X., Chen, J., Marshall, J., Galkowski, M., Hachinger, S., Dietrich, F., Shekhar, A., Gensheimer, J., Wenzel, A., Gerbig, C. (2022). Understanding greenhouse gas (GHG) column concentrations in Munich using WRF. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions. doi:10.5194/acp-2022-281.

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