Brendan Byrne
Brendan Byrne
Postdoc at JPL
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TitleCited byYear
Radiative forcing at high concentrations of well‐mixed greenhouse gases
B Byrne, C Goldblatt
Geophysical research letters 41 (1), 152-160, 2014
Radiative forcings for 28 potential Archean greenhouse gases
B Byrne, C Goldblatt
Climate of the Past, 2014 -, 2014
Diminished greenhouse warming from Archean methane due to solar absorption lines
B Byrne, C Goldblatt
Climate of the Past 11 (3), 559-570, 2015
Sensitivity of CO2 surface flux constraints to observational coverage
B Byrne, DBA Jones, K Strong, ZC Zeng, F Deng, J Liu
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 122 (12), 6672-6694, 2017
Evaluating GPP and Respiration Estimates Over Northern Midlatitude Ecosystems Using Solar‐Induced Fluorescence and Atmospheric CO2 Measurements
B Byrne, D Wunch, DBA Jones, K Strong, F Deng, I Baker, P Köhler, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123 (9), 2976-2997, 2018
Review of top-down CO2 flux constraints
A comparison of posterior atmospheric CO2 adjustments obtained from in situ and GOSAT constrained flux inversions
SM Polavarapu, F Deng, B Byrne, DBA Jones, M Neish
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 18, 12011-12044, 2018
Monitoring the carbon cycle: Evaluation of terrestrial biosphere models and anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions with atmospheric observations
B Byrne
Monitoring trace gases in downtown Toronto using open-path Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
B Byrne, K Strong, O Colebatch, P Fogal, RL Mittermeier, D Wunch, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2017
Consistency of SIF and EVI based GPP estimates over boreal evergreen needle leaf forests with atmospheric CO2 measurements
B Byrne, D Wunch, DBA Jones, K Strong, F Deng, C Frankenberg
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2016
Radiative Forcings of Well-Mixed Greenhouse Gases
B Byrne
What kept early Earth warm? Examining a diverse range of greenhouse gases
B Byrne, C Goldblatt
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2013
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