Publikationen von Thomas Seifert

Zeitschriftenartikel (7)

Komiya, S.; Kondo, F.; Moossen, H.; Seifert, T.; Schultz, U.; Geilmann, H.; Walter, D.; Lavrič, J. V.: Characterizing water vapour concentration dependence of commercial cavity ring-down spectrometers for continuous on-site atmospheric water vapour isotope measurements in the tropics. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 14 (2), S. 1439 - 1455 (2021)
Morgan, E.; Lavrič, J. V.; Arévalo-Martínez, D. L.; Bange, H. W.; Steinhoff, T.; Seifert, T.; Heimann, M.: Air–sea fluxes of greenhouse gases and oxygen in the Northern Benguela current region during upwelling events. Biogeosciences 16 (20), S. 4065 - 4084 (2019)
Morgan, E.; Lavrič, J. V.; Seifert, T.; Chicoine, T.; Day, A.; Gomez, J.; Logan, R.; Sack, J.; Shuuya, T.; Uushona, E. G. et al.; Vincent, K.; Schultz, U.; Brunke, E.-G.; Labuschagne, C.; Thompson, R. L.; Schmidt, S.; Manning, A. C.; Heimann, M.: Continuous measurements of greenhouse gases and atmospheric oxygen at the Namib Desert Atmospheric Observatory. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 8, S. 2233 - 2250 (2015)
Popa, M. E.; Gloor, M.; Manning, A. C.; Jordan, A.; Schultz, U.; Hänsel, F.; Seifert, T.; Heimann, M.: Measurements of greenhouse gases and related tracers at Bialystok tall tower station in Poland. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 3 (2), S. 407 - 427 (2010)
Winderlich, J.; Chen, H.; Gerbig, C.; Seifert, T.; Kolle, O.; Lavrič, J. V.; Kaiser, C.; Hofer, A.; Heimann, M.: Continuous low-maintenance CO2/CH4/H2O measurements at the Zotino Tall Tower Observatory (ZOTTO) in Central Siberia. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 3 (4), S. 1113 - 1128 (2010)
Thompson, R. L.; Manning, A. C.; Gloor, E.; Schultz, U.; Seifert, T.; Hänsel, F.; Jordan, A.; Heimann, M.: In-situ measurements of oxygen, carbon monoxide and greenhouse gases from Ochsenkopf tall tower in Germany. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 2 (2), S. 573 - 591 (2009)
Kozlova, E. A.; Manning, A. C.; Kisilyakhov, Y.; Seifert, T.; Heimann, M.: Seasonal, synoptic, and diurnal-scale variability of biogeochemical trace gases and O2 from a 300-m tall tower in central Siberia. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 22 (4), S. B4020 (2008)
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