Differences between trends in atmospheric CO2 and the reported trends in anthropogenic CO2 emissions
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Special Issue: SPECIAL ISSUE WITH MANUSCRIPTS PRESENTED AT THE 8TH INTERNATIONAL CARBON DIOXIDE CONFERENCE, ICDC8, IN JENA, GERMANY 13-19 SEPTEMBER 2009
Volume 62, Issue 5, pages 316–328, November 2010
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FRANCEY, R. J., TRUDINGER, C. M., Van Der SCHOOT, M., KRUMMEL, P. B., STEELE, L. P. and LANGENFELDS, R. L. (2010), Differences between trends in atmospheric CO2 and the reported trends in anthropogenic CO2 emissions. Tellus B, 62: 316–328. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0889.2010.00472.x
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