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Rodenbeck C, Zaehle S., Keeling R., Heimann M..  2018.  History of El Nino impacts on the global carbon cycle 1957-2017: a quantification from atmospheric CO2 data. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 373
Rodenbeck C, Zaehle S., Keeling R., Heimann M..  2018.  How does the terrestrial carbon exchange respond to inter-annual climatic variations? A quantification based on atmospheric CO2 data Biogeosciences. 15:2481-2498.
Stebounova L.V, Gonzalez-Pech N.I, Peters T.M, Grassian VH.  2018.  Physicochemical properties of air discharge-generated manganese oxide nanoparticles: comparison to welding fumes. Environmental Science-Nano. 5:696-707.
Keeling RF, Graven HD, Welp LR, Resplandy L., Bi J., Piper S.C, Sun Y., Bollenbacher A., Meijer H.AJ.  2017.  Atmospheric evidence for a global secular increase in carbon isotopic discrimination of land photosynthesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114:10361-10366.
Rosso I., Mazloff MR, Verdy A., Talley LD.  2017.  Space and time variability of the Southern Ocean carbon budget. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 122:7407-7432.
Penman D.E, Turner S.K, Sexton PF, Norris RD, Dickson A.J, Boulila S., Ridgwell A., Zeebe R.E, Zachos J.C, Cameron A. et al..  2016.  An abyssal carbonate compensation depth overshoot in the aftermath of the Palaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum. Nature Geoscience. 9:575-+.
Le Quere C, Andrew R.M, Canadell J.G, Sitch S., Korsbakken J.I, Peters G.P, Manning A.C, Boden T.A, Tans P.P, Houghton R.A et al..  2016.  Global Carbon Budget 2016. Earth System Science Data. 8:605-649.
Vargas-Angel B., Richards C.L, Vroom P.S, Price N.N, Schils T., Young C.W, Smith J., Johnson M.D, Brainard R.E.  2015.  Baseline assessment of net calcium carbonate accretion rates on US Pacific reefs. Plos One. 10
van Nes E.H, Scheffer M., Brovkin V., Lenton T.M, Ye H, Deyle E., Sugihara G.  2015.  Causal feedbacks in climate change. Nature Climate Change. 5:445-448.
Le Quere C, Moriarty R., Andrew R.M, Peters G.P, Ciais P., Friedlingstein P., Jones S.D, Sitch S., Tans P., Arneth A. et al..  2015.  Global carbon budget 2014. Earth System Science Data. 7:47-85.
Bopp L., Levy M., Resplandy L., Sallee J.B.  2015.  Pathways of anthropogenic carbon subduction in the global ocean. Geophysical Research Letters. 42:6416-6423.
Martz T.R, Daly K.L, Byrne R.H, Stillman J.H, Turk D..  2015.  Technology for ocean acidification research: Needs and availability. Oceanography. 28:40-47.
Thompson R.W, Dickson AG, Kahng S.E, Winn C.D.  2014.  Nearshore carbonate dissolution in the Hawaiian Archipelago? Aquatic Geochemistry. 20:467-481.
Regnier P., Friedlingstein P., Ciais P., Mackenzie F.T, Gruber N, Janssens I.A, Laruelle G.G, Lauerwald R., Luyssaert S., Andersson AJ et al..  2013.  Anthropogenic perturbation of the carbon fluxes from land to ocean. Nature Geoscience. 6:597-607.
Wanninkhof R, Park GH, Takahashi T, Sweeney C, Feely R, Nojiri Y, Gruber N, Doney SC, McKinley GA, Lenton A et al..  2013.  Global ocean carbon uptake: magnitude, variability and trends. Biogeosciences. 10:1983-2000.
Rodenbeck C, Keeling RF, Bakker D.CE, Metz N., Olsen A, Sabine C., Heimann M..  2013.  Global surface-ocean p(CO2) and sea-air CO2 flux variability from an observation-driven ocean mixed-layer scheme. Ocean Science. 9:193-216.