Division of Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Department of Space, Earth and Environment, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
报告内容简介：This talk wil give a brief overview of the ongoing efforts in Europe in establishing an operational anthropogenic CO2 emissions monitoring and verification capacity to support the Paris Agreement. The need for top-down and inverse methods, some of the challenges, and new exciting opportunities offered by next-generation satellites will be introduced. Furthermore, the new efforts include a regional coupled atmosphere–carbon data assimilation system, which is specifically designed to handle large amount of data from satellites. The system has been tested in a series of controlled experiments, demonstrating that it is capable of constraining the exchange of CO2 between the land/ocean and atmosphere at regional scales given a sufficient number of observations. This talk will be concluded with a discussion of where the potential for future advances in the field of inverse modeling.