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 FranzSCHUCK TanjaSCHARFFE DieterKOEPPEL C.PUPEK MartinJOECKEL PatrickLELIEVELD JosCRUTZEN PaulRHEE Tae SiekHERMANN MarkusWEIGELT AndreasREICHELT ManuelaHEINTZENBERG JostZAHN A.SPRUNG DetlevFISCHER HerbertZIEREIS HelmutSCHLAGER HansSCHUMANN UlrichDIX BarbaraFRIESS U.PLATT U.EBINGHAUS RalfMARTINSSON BengtNGUYEN Hung N.ORAM DavidO SULLIVAN DebbiePENKETT StuartVAN VELTHOVEN PeterROECKMANN ThomasPIETERSE GerbenASSONOV SERGEYRAMONET MichelXUEREF-REMY IreneCIAIS PhilippeREIMANN StefanVOLLMER MartinLEUENBERGER MarkusVALENTINO 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 N°: JRC41806
URI: http://www.igac.noaa.gov/newsletter/igac37/Nov_2007_IGAC_37.pdf
http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC41806
Type: Articles in Journals
Abstract: The CARIBIC (Civil Aircraft for the Regular Investigation of the atmosphere Based on an Instrument Container) involves monthly deployment of an automated atmospheric observatory inside a container on board of Lufthansa Airbus A340-600. The project is run by the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry (Mainz, Germany) with a contribution from several institutes. IRMM's contribution starts in 2007, by measuring CO2 isotope composition in the upper troposphere (no data presented in the paper). The paper describes the current status of the project and gives examples of this observational approach.
JRC Institute:Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements

Files in This Item:
There are no files associated with this item.


Items in repository are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.