Our group explores the composition of the Earth's atmosphere and its interaction with the terrestrial and oceanic surface using spectroscopic remote sensing techniques.
Through the study of atmospheric concentrations and isotopic composition of the above trace gases the group searches for a quantification of sources and sinks and atmospheric trans
Our group deals with applications of isotope and environmental tracers, in particular noble gases, for the study of groundwater recharge and flow.
ICOS-CRL, the central radiocarbon laboratory of the European research infrastructure ICOS, analyses atmo. ¹⁴CO₂ to break it down into its biogenic and fossil components.
The central aim of the group is to explore changes of climate variability in the past and to assess how well climate models can reflect them. (Emmy Noether Nachwuchsgruppe)
Physics of Environmental Archives explores the climate messages left in various geological sedimentary archives such as corals, speleothems, calcareous tufa and marine sediments.
Our group has its major focus on the investigation of isotopologues and the application of new proxies technique for paleoclimate reconstruction. (HGSFP Junior Research Group)
Our group deals with the analysis and interpretation of satellite spectra to derive global trace gas maps, emission sources, transport processes, and chemical transformations.