New paper on the potential of Earth observations in carbon cycle research

This new paper, led by Marko Scholze from Lund University (Sweden), addresses the potential of novel Earth observations (e.g. of soil moisture, biomass, solar-induced fluorescence, fAPAR, greenhouse gases) and the requirements of data assimilation systems to successfully constrain terrestrial carbon cycle data simulations.

Scholze, M., Buchwitz, M., Dorigo, W., Guanter, L., and Quegan, S. (2017): Reviews and syntheses: Systematic Earth observations for use in terrestrial carbon cycle data assimilation systems, Biogeosciences, 14, 3401-3429; doi: 10.5194/bg-14-3401-2017.

20.07.2017
Category: CLIMERS