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Gurney, K.R., P. Rayner, R. Law, and S. Denning, "TransCom 3: Carbon Inversion Intercomparison," Workshop on Inverse Methods in Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Heraklion, Greece, March 16, 1998.
Gurney, K.R., P. Rayner, R. Law, and S. Denning, “Atmospheric Carbon cycle Inversion Intercomparison (TransCom 3),” 1998, presented at Fall 1998 AGU Meeting, San Francisco.
Gurney, K.R., P. Rayner, R. Law, and S. Denning, "TransCom 3: Atmospheric Carbon Budget Inversion Intercomparison," International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Birmingham, UK, July 21, 1999
Gurney, K.R., P. Rayner, R. Law, and S. Denning, "Atmospheric Carbon Budget Inversion Intercomparison: Preliminary Results," presented at Spring meeting of the American Geophysical Union, May 28 – June 4, 2000. Washington DC.
Gurney, K.R., R. Law, P.Rayner, A.S. Denning and TransCom modelers, “Robust regional estimates of annual mean CO2 sources and sinks,” poster presentation, Challenges of a Changing Earth, Amsterdam, June 2001.
Gurney, K.R., R. Law, P.Rayner, A.S. Denning and TransCom 3 modelers, “Towards more robust estimates of CO2 fluxes: control results from the TransCom 3 inversion intercomparison,” presentation to NOAA PI meeting, Princeton, NJ, August 2001.
Gurney, K.R., R. Law, P.Rayner, A.S. Denning and TransCom 3 modelers, “Uncertainty in the TransCom 3 Control Inversion,” presentation to carbon Modeling Consortium meeting, Princeton, NJ, August 2001.
Gurney, K.R., R. Law, P. Rayner, S. Denning and TransCom 3 modelers, “The TransCom 3 Experiment: Key Results from an Atmospheric Carbon Cycle Inversion Intercomparison,” talk presented at the 6th International Carbon Dioxide Conference, Sendai, Japan, October 1–5, 2001.
Maki, T., T. Koide, T. Sasaki and TransCom 3 modelers, “Sensitivity of Japan Meterological Agency Carbon Dioxide Transport Model to Carbon Dioxide Monitoring Network,” poster presented at the 6th International Carbon Dioxide Conference, Sendai, Japan, October 1–5, 2001.
Jacobson, A.S., J.L. Sarmiento, S. Fan, N. Gruber, and TransCom 3 modelers, “Using transport model bias to assess the reliability of inversion results,” poster presented at the 6th International Carbon Dioxide Conference, Sendai, Japan, October 1–5, 2001.
Patra, P.K., S. Maksyutov and TransCom 3 modelers, “Optimal Network Design for CO2 Observations Maximizing the Inversion Performance,” poster presented at the 6th International Carbon Dioxide Conference, Sendai, Japan, October 1–5, 2001.
Maki, T. et al., "Sensitivity of Japan Meteorological Agency Carbon Dioxide Transport Model to Carbon Dioxide Monitoring Network", Extended abstracts 6th International CO2 Conference, Sendai, Japan, 2001.
Maki, T. et al., “Optimum CO2 Monitoring Network Design Using JMA_CDTM and Inversion Method”, Symposium on Atmospheric Composition Change, Yokohama, Japan, 2001.
Denning, A.S., K.R. Gurney, R.M. Law, P.J. Rayner, and TransCom 3 Modelers, “Overview of the Atmospheric CO2 Inversion Intercomparison Project (TransCom3),” presented at Sixth International Carbon Dioxide Conference, October 1-5, 2001, Sendai, Japan.
Denning, A.S., K.R. Gurney, R. Engelen, G. Stephens, D.O’Brien, P.J. Rayner and TransCom 3 modelers, “Potential Constraints on the Global Carbon Budget Using Satellie Retrievals of Atmospheric CO2,” poster presented at the 6th International Carbon Dioxide Conference, Sendai, Japan, October 1–5, 2001.
Maksyutov, S., T. Machida, T. Nakazawa, G. Inoue, H. Mukai, P.K. Patra and TransCom 3 modelers, “Asian CO2 Fluxes Estimated Using Recent Observations and Transport Model Inversions,” talk presented at the 6th International Carbon Dioxide Conference, Sendai, Japan, October 1–5, 2001.
Stephens, B.B., L. Bruhwiler, P.P. Tans, K.R. Gurney and TransCom 3 modelers, “Using Airborne, Continental and Climatological Data to Evaluate Global Atmospheric CO2 Inverse Models,” poster presented at the 6th International Carbon Dioxide Conference, Sendai, Japan, October 1–5, 2001.
Gurney, K.R. and the TransCom 3 modelers, “Towards robust regional estimates of CO2 sources and sinks using atmospheric transport models,” CSU departmental seminar, March 21, 2002
Gurney, K.R. and TransCom 3 modelers, “Taking Apart the Global Carbon Cycle: Where is the Missing Sink?,” presented at University seminar, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, May 2002.
Law, R.M., K.R. Gurney, P.J. Rayner, A.S. Denning and Transcom3 modelers, “TransCom3: Using multiple transport models to give more robust estimates of CO2 sources and sinks,” Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, 9th National Conference, 18-20 Feb 2002.
Law, R.M., “Bias and noise in inversions: how are the inversion results sensitive to the data and models used to constrain them,” Carbon Data-Model Assimilation (C-DAS) summer institute, NCAR, May 20-31, 2002.
Patra, P.K., S. Maksyutov, Y. Sasano, T. Nakazawa, “Comparing optimal extension of the CO2 observations: surface vs. satellite,” Atmospheric Chemistry within the Earth System: From Regional Pollution to Global Climate Change, Crete, Greece, September 18-25, 2002.
Gurney, K.R., A.S. Denning, Law, R.M., P.J. Rayner, Baker, D., and Transcom3 modelers, Towards robust regional estimates of CO2 sources and sinks using atmospheric transport models, invited to Spring meeting of the American Geophysical Union, Nice France, April 6 – 10, 2003.
Gurney, K.R. and Y. Chen, Sensitivity of inverted carbon sources and sinks from seasonally varying fossil fuel emissions, Spring meeting of the American Geophysical Union, Nice France, April 6 – 10, 2003.
Skidmore, J., A.S. Denning, K.R. Gurney, K.J. Davis, and P.J. Rayner, 2003. Using Virtual Tall Tower CO2 Data in Inverse Models to Reduce Uncertainty in Global and Regional Estimates of Carbon Flux. EOS Trans. AGU, 84(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A52B-0786, 2003.
Gurney, K.R., Chen, Y-H., Maki, T., Kawa, R., Andrews, A., and Zhu, Z., Sensitivity of inverted carbon sources and sinks from seasonal and interannual varying fossil fuel emissions. EOS Trans. AGU, 84(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A51H-08, 2003.
 
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