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Title: The CARIBIC (Civil Aircraft for the Regular Investigation of the atmosphere Based on an Instrument Container) Aircraft System for Detailed, Long-Term, Global-Scale Measurement of Trace Gases and Aerosol in a Changing Atmosphere
Authors: BRENNINKMEIJER C.a.m.
SLEMR Franz
SCHUCK Tanja
SCHARFFE Dieter
KOEPPEL C.
PUPEK Martin
JOECKEL Patrick
LELIEVELD Jos
CRUTZEN Paul
RHEE Tae Siek
HERMANN Markus
WEIGELT Andreas
REICHELT Manuela
HEINTZENBERG Jost
ZAHN A.
SPRUNG Detlev
FISCHER Herbert
ZIEREIS Helmut
SCHLAGER Hans
SCHUMANN Ulrich
DIX Barbara
FRIESS U.
PLATT U.
EBINGHAUS Ralf
MARTINSSON Bengt
NGUYEN Hung N.
ORAM David
O SULLIVAN Debbie
PENKETT Stuart
VAN VELTHOVEN Peter
ROECKMANN Thomas
PIETERSE Gerben
ASSONOV SERGEY
RAMONET Michel
XUEREF-REMY Irene
CIAIS Philippe
REIMANN Stefan
VOLLMER Martin
LEUENBERGER Markus
VALENTINO Francesco Luca
Citation: International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) Newsletter no. 37 p. 2-9
Publisher: IGAC Core Project Office, Research Center for Environmental Change, Academia Sinica
Publication Year: 2007
JRC Publication N°: JRC41806
URI: http://www.igac.noaa.gov/newsletter/igac37/Nov_2007_IGAC_37.pdf
http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/111111111/12003
Type: Articles in Journals
Appears in Collections:Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements

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