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Surface Processes Group - List of Book Chapters

Wolfgang Knorr and Peter Cox. CAMELS-Carbon Assimilation and Modelling of the European Land Surface. In Peter Bergamaschi, Hartmut Behrend, and Andre Jol, editors, Inverse modelling of national and EU greenhouse gas emission inventories, pages 66-69, 2004. [.pdf ].

T. Kaminski, R. Giering, M. Scholze, P. Rayner, and W. Knorr. An example of an automatic differentiation-based modelling system. In V. Kumar, L. Gavrilova, C. J. K. Tan, and P. L'Ecuyer, editors, Computational Science - ICCSA 2003, International Conference Montreal, Canada, May 2003, Proceedings, Part II, volume 2668 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 95-104, Berlin, 2003. Springer. [ .ppt/.pdf | .pdf ]

R. Giering. Tangent linear and adjoint biogeochemical models. In Prasad S. Kasibhatla, editor, Inverse Methods in Global Biogeochemical Cycles, volume 114, pages 33-48. American Geophysical Union, 2000

M. Heimann and T. Kaminski. Inverse modeling approaches to infer surface trace gas fluxes from observed atmospheric mixing ratios. In A. F. Bouwman, editor, Approaches to scaling of trace gas fluxes in ecosystems, chapter 14, pages 275-295. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1999. [ http | .ps.gz | .pdf

Cox P.M., Betts R.A., Jones C.D. , Spall S.A. & Totterdell I.J., 2001. Modelling vegetation and the carbon cycle as interactive elements of the climate system. In R.Pearce, editor, Meteorology at the Millenium , 259-279

Lenton T.M. & Betts R.A., 1998. From Daisyworld to GCMs: using models to understand the regulation of climate. In C. Boutron, editor, European Research Course on Atmospheres, volume 3, chapter 9, pages 145-167. EDP Sciences, Les Ulis, France.
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Marko Scholze (2003): Model studies on the response of the terrestrial carbon cycle to climate change and variability. Examensarbeit, Max-Plank-Institut fur Meteorologie, Hamburg, Germany, 2003. Abstract

Wolfgang Knorr (1997): Satellitengestützte Fernerkundung und Modellierung des globalen CO 2-Austauschs der Landvegetation (in German). Examensarbeit, Max-Plank-Institut fur Meteorologie, Hamburg, Germany, 2003.
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