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Important contribution to climate research

29 September 2011
Research by Harro Meijer and colleagues will contribute to better models for understanding changing levels of CO2. Their article entitled Interannual variability in the oxygen isotopes of atmospheric CO2 driven by El Niño, is published in Nature. The research is based on 30 years's worth of measurements and lays the ground for an improved model of the global carbon cycle.
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