Environmental science of climate, carbon, and energy
A model based investigation of the relative importance of CO2-fertilization, climate warming, nitrogen deposition and land use change on the global terrestrial carbon uptake in the historical period.
Sep 2015: Climate Dynamics
Why must a solar forcing be larger than a CO2 forcing to cause the same global mean surface temperature change?
Apr 2016: Environmental Research Letters
Long-term response of oceans to CO2 removal from the atmosphere
August 2015: Nature Climate Change
Coral reef metabolism and carbon chemistry dynamics of a coral reef flat
May 2015: Geophysical Research Letters
Impacts of ocean albedo alteration on Arctic sea ice restoration and Northern Hemisphere climate
April 2015: Environmental Research Letters
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