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Technical Reports (2000 - 2015)

The report series has been discontinued.


General principles for the quantification of Total Organic Carbon (TOC) in environmental solid and liquid samples
I. Hilke

Quantitative determination of organic and inorganic bound carbon in various soils with different carbonate contents: A method comparison (in German)
K. Schreider-Goidenko

Continuous Measurements of Greenhouse Gases and Atmospheric Oxygen in the Namib Desert
E. Morgan


Process-based Modelling of Lichens and Bryophytes and their Role in Global Biogeochemical Cycles
P. Porada


Determination of the methane budget of the Amazon region utilizing airborne methane observations in combination with atmospheric transport and vegetation modeling
V. Beck

Development and evaluation of a diverse dynamic global vegetation model based on plant functional tradeoffs
R. Pavlick

Limits and consequences of the large-scale deployment of renewable energy technologies
L. Miller

Setup of a CO2 and CH4 measurement system in Central Siberia and modeling of its results
J. Winderlich


The WRF Greenhouse Gas Model (WRF-GHG)
V. Beck

Improving data-oriented light use efficiency models of gross primary productivity with remotely sensed spectral indices
A. Görner

Measurement of climate-relevant trace gases via infrared spectroscopy
M. Geibel

Mesoscale simulations and inversions of atmospheric CO2 using airborne and ground-based data
Dhanyalekshmi K. Pillai

Quantifying carbon processes of the terrestrial biosphere in a global atmospheric inversion based on atmospheric mixing ratio, remote sensing and meteorological data
B. Badawy

Model data fusion for terrestrial biosphere models with carbon and water cycle observations
G. Lasslop

Enhancing the usability of atmospheric oxygen measurements through emission source characterization and airborne measurments
J. Steinbach


A simple global land surface model for biogeochemical studies
P. Porada , S. Arens , C. Buendia , F. Gans , S. J. Schymanski and A. Kleidon

Using Atmospheric Potential Oxygen to Gain Insight into Climate Drivers of Ocean Biogeochemistry
V. Sicardi


Parameter estimation and validation of the terrestrial ecosystem model BIOME-BGC using eddy-covariance flux measurements
K. Trusilova, J. Trembath, and G. Churkina

Constructing a consistent historical climate data set for the European domain
Y. Chen, G. Churkina, and M. Heimann


The Terrestrial Ecosystem Model GBiome-BGCv1
K. Trusilova and G. Churkina

Investigation of high nighttime CO2-fluxes at the Wetzstein spruce forest site in Thuringia, Germany
L.M. de Mattos Zeri (dissertation)

Quantifying the terrestrial carbon budget of middle latitude ecosystems: the role of Volatile Organic Compounds
K. Katrynski (dissertation)

Uncertainties of terrestrial carbon cycle modelling: Studies on gross carbon uptake of Europe
M. Jung (dissertation)


EddySoft. Documentation of a Software Package to Acquire and Process Eddy Covariance Data
O. Kolle and C. Rebmann


Urbanization impacts on the climate in Europe
K. Trusilova (dissertation)

A comparison of regional climate variables between various data sources
Y. Chen, G. Churkina, and M. Heimann

Constraints of Satellite Derived CO2 on Carbon Sources and Sinks
Y.K. Tiwari (dissertation)


Estimating CO2 sources and sinks from atmospheric concentration measurements using a global inversion of atmospheric transport
Ch. Rödenbeck


The global atmospheric tracer model TM3
H. Heimann and S. Körner


Lake status records from China: Data Base Documentation
G. Yu, S.P. Harrison, and B. Xue

Workshop on the Role of Mineral Aerosols in Quaternary Climate Cycles - Models and Data. 8-11 October 2000, Jena, Germany
K.E. Kohfeld and S.P. Harrison


Records of aeolian dust deposition on the Chinese Loess Plateau during the Late Quaternary
J.M. Sun, K.E. Kohfeld, and S.P. Harrison

Forschungsgruppe Organische Paläobiogeochemie : Gesteinsproben für die Analyse sedimentärer Kohlenwasserstoffe; Foto: Susanne Héjja
Messinstrumente an einem kleinen Messturm in einem Sojabohnen-Feld, Tanguro, Brasilien; Foto: Martin Hertel
Gasflaschen im Labor für Organische Paläobiogeochemie; Foto: Susanne Héjja
Testfeld in der Nähe von Innsbruck. Hier werden die Wechselwirkungen zwischen Pflanzen und Mikroorganismen untersucht; Foto: Stefan Karlowsky
Blick in ein Fourrier-Infrarot-Spektrometer (FTIR); Foto: Dietrich Feist
Stationäre Messung der Bodenatmung, QUASOM-Projekt, Bad Sulza; Foto: Susanne Héjja
Gasflaschen-Regal im Flask- und Kalibrierlabor (FCL), in dem die Kalibriergase für das Netzwerk der ICOS Messstationen hergestellt werden; Foto: Susanne Héjja
Luftproben in Flasks für die automatisierte Analyse, ICOS Flask- und Kalibrierlabor, Jena; Foto: Susanne Héjja
RoMA-Labor: Bestimmung des Gesamtgehalts an Kohlenstoff und Stickstoff in Feststoffproben mit dem vario MAX; Foto: Susanne Héjja
Zur Stromversorgung der Messstation wird eine Solaranlage aufgebaut, Tanguro, Brasilien; Foto: Martin Hertel
Wartungsarbeiten an der Messstation des Jena Experiments; Foto: Susanne Héjja
Probenlager im Institut. Um die Reproduzierbarkeit der Messungen zu gewährleisten, werden die gesammelten Proben mindestens 10 Jahre lang aufbewahrt.; Foto: Susanne Héjja
13C Markierungs-Experiment auf dem Testfeld bei Innsbruck; Foto: Stefan Karlowsky
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