Collage from India

Greenhouse gas Modelling and Applications

Partner group with Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Bhopal (IISER-B)

We explore the usability of atmospheric measurements of important greenhouse gases to derive the regional sources and sinks of GHGs.

Publications at MPI-BGC

Journal Article (5)

Journal Article
Kariyathan, T.; Pillai, D.; Elias, E.; Mathew, T. A.: On deriving influences of upwind agricultural and anthropogenic emissions on greenhouse gas concentrations and air quality over Delhi in India: A stochastic Lagrangian footprint approach. Journal of Earth System Science 129, 196 (2020)
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Pillai, D.; Buchwitz, M.; Gerbig, C.; Koch, T.; Reuter, M.; Bovensmann, H.; Marshall, J.; Burrows, J. P.: Tracking city CO2 emissions from space using a high-resolution inverse modeling approach: a case study for Berlin, Germany. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16 (15), pp. 9591 - 9610 (2016)
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Pillai, D.; Gerbig, C.; Kretschmer, R.; Beck, V.; Karstens, U.; Neininger, B.; Heimann, M.: Comparing Lagrangian and Eulerian models for CO2 transport - a step towards Bayesian inverse modeling using WRF/STILT-VPRM. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12, pp. 8979 - 8991 (2012)
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Pillai, D.; Gerbig, C.; Ahmadov, R.; Rödenbeck, C.; Kretschmer, R.; Koch, T.; Thompson, R.; Neininger, B.; Lavrič, J. V.: High-resolution simulations of atmospheric CO2 over complex terrain – representing the Ochsenkopf mountain tall tower. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 11 (15), pp. 7445 - 7464 (2011)
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Pillai, D.; Gerbig, C.; Marshall, J.; Ahmadov, R.; Kretschmer, R.; Koch, T.; Karstens, U.: High resolution modeling of CO2 over Europe: implications for representation errors of satellite retrievals. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10 (1), pp. 83 - 94 (2010)
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