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Items where Division is "The Faculty of Physics and Astronomy > Institute of Environmental Physics" and Year is 2003

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Friedeburg, Christoph von (2003) Derivation of Trace Gas Information combining Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy with Radiative Transfer Modelling. [Dissertation]

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Levin, Ingeborg and Kromer, Bernd and Schmidt, Martina and Sartorius, Hartmut (2003) A novel approach for independent budgeting of fossil fuel CO2 over Europe by 14CO2 observations. Geophys. Res. Lett., 30 (23).

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Poß, Christian (2003) Untersuchung der Variabilität des atmosphärischen Methanhaushalts hochpolarer Breiten anhand eines regionalen Trajektorienmodells und der Messung stabiler Isotope. [Dissertation]

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Reuter, Sibylle (2003) 231Pa/230Th-Verhältnisse im Auftriebsgebiet vor Südwest-Afrika - ein Tracer für Paläoproduktivität und Ozeanzirkulation? [Dissertation]

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Schmidt, Martina and Graul, Rolf and Sartorius, Hartmut and Levin, Ingeborg (2003) The Schauinsland CO2 record: 30 years of continental observations and their implications for the variability of the European CO2 budget. Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres .

Schulz, Volker (2003) Description and reconstruction of microscopic random heterogenous media in order to estimate macroscopic hydraulic functions. [Dissertation]

Stöhr, Michael (2003) Analysis of Flow and Transport in Refractive Index Matched Porous Media. [Dissertation]

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Wollschläger, Ute (2003) Kopplung zwischen Oberflächengewässer und Grundwasser: Modellierung und Analyse von Umwelttracern. [Dissertation]

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