CARIBIC is a European project.
CARIBIC has partners in the Netherlands, in Sweden, in England, and in France. Because so much equipment can be transported, many groups from Germany and elsewhere can take part.

Main Role Staff

Institute for Meteorology and Climate Research,
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT),
Karlsruhe, Germany

O3 measurements
Water vapour measurements
Cloud water measurements
VOC measurements (PTRMS)
H2O isotope measurements (TDLAS)
CO2, CH4 measurements (TDLAS)
Data interpretation
Andreas Zahn, (Coordinator, data validation, interpretation)
Matthias Balzer, (TDLAS instrument development).
Heiko Bouquet, (TDLAS instrument development).
Birgit Burger, (O3 instrument development).
Johannes Eckstein, (atmospheric modelling, data interpretation).
Garlich Fischbeck, (Airborne proton-transfer-reactions mass spectrometry).
Torsten Gehrlein, (Technical CARIBIC coordinator).
Julius Hartmann, (O3 instrument development).
Simon Heger, (instrument development).
Marco Neumaier, (VOC measurements, interpretation).
Johannes Orphal, (Management).
Layal Safadi, (proton-transfer-reactions mass spectrometry).
Former group members:
Christopph Dyroff, (H2O isotopologues, CO2, CH4 measurements, interpretation).
Emanuel Christner, (H2O isotopologues).
Antoine Petrelli, (engineer).
Stefan Weber (Operational support, CARIBIC container )

Max-Planck-Institute for Chemistry,
Atmospheric Chemistry Division,
Mainz, Germany

Container operation,
CO, H2O, CO2, CH4, N2O, SF6,
Non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHC)
Data interpretation,
Carl A.M. Brenninkmeijer(interpretation)
Angela Baker (GC-FID analyses of NMHC, interpretation)
Yafang Cheng (BC SP2 measurements and data analysis)
Paul J. Crutzen (Data and model interpretation).
Jeannine Ditas (BC SP2 measurements and data analysis).
Sergey Gromov (Associated modeller, Isotope modelling, data interpretation).
Claus Koeppel (Operational support, laboratory analysis)
Armin Rauthe-Schöch (data validation and interpretation)
Hella Riede (Atmospheric modeling, Lagrangian modeling, data interpretation)
Carina Sauvage (VOC analysis and data interpretation)
Dieter Scharffe (Operational support, laboratory analysis)
Franz Šlemr (Data validation, interpretation)
Su Hang (BC SP2 measurements and data analysis)
Ute Thorenz (VOC analysis and data interpretation)
Peter Zimmermann (Global modeling, Webdesign).

Former group members:
Martin Körner (Operational support, laboratory analysis)
David Walter (DOAS, data interpretation )
Emma Leedham (VOC analysis and data interpretation)
Taku Umezawa (GHG measurements & data interpretation)
Klaus-Peter Heue (DOAS, data interpretation )
Tanja Schuck (Data interpretation, GHG measurement)
Tae S. Rhee (GC-MS analyses of NMHC, interpretation)
  affiliation since 2007: Korea Polar Research Institute,
  Yeonsu-gu Songdo-dong 7-50, Incheon 406-840, Korea

Senchao Lai (Analysis China flights, GC-measurements)

Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research,
Leipzig, Germany

Aerosol particle measurement
and interpretation
Markus Hermann (Aerosol-PI, operational support, data validation, data interpretation)
Denise Assmann (Data interpretation)
H. Haudek (Electronic engineer)
A. Wiedensohler (Data interpretation).

Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V.

NO and NOy measurements. Hans Schlager (PI, data interpretation)
Helmut Ziereis (measurements, data interpretation)
Paul Stock (measurements, calibration)
Ulrich Schumann (data interpretation).
Greta Stratmann (Nitrogen oxides, impact of aviation, particle formation, contrails, cirrus clouds).

University of East Anglia,
Norwich, Great Britain

Halocarbons and related trace gases.
D. Oram ( Halocarbon analysis, interpretation, modelling)
B. Sturges (Interpretation, GC-MS support)
C.E. Reeves (Modelling support)
S. Penkett (Interpretation).
Johannes Laube (VOC analysis and data interpretation)
Adam Wisher (VOC analysis and data interpretation)

Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute,
de Bilt, the Netherlands

Peter F.J. van Velthoven (Interpretation, aid in meterological analysis, modelling)
M. Scheele (trajectory calculations)

University of Lund,
Lund, Sweden

Aerosol elemental analyses.
Bengt Martinsson (PI, data Interpretation)
Johan Friberg (analysis and data interpretation)

Physiks Institute,
University of Bern
Bern, Switzerland

O2 measurements.
Markus Leuenberger, O2 measurements, interpretation, modelling
Hanspeter Moret, O2 Elektronik u. Gerätebau

Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement

Dr Irène Xueref-Remy (management, data quality control, data analysis, interpretation)
Frédéric Boumard (engineering support)
Adrien Royer (logistics and calibration support)
Philippe Ciais (interpretation, modelling)

Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht,
Geesthacht, Germany

Hg measurements Ralf Ebinghaus
Former group members:
Andreas Weigelt (PhD Student, trajectory analysis, data interpretation).

Institut für Umweltphysik, Universität Heidelberg,
Heidelberg, Germany

Halogenoxides Ulrich Platt
Udo Frieß (DOAS, data interpretation )
Lara Penth (DOAS, data interpretation )

Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements
Geel, Belgium

CO2 isotope analyses Sergey Assonov
(laboratory analyses, calibration, data interpretation)
  affiliation since 2013: International Energy Agency, Vienna

Deutsche Lufthansa AG,
Köln, Germany

  see website

Enviscope GmbH,
Frankfurt, Germany

Flugzeugmeßtechnik see website

European Aeronautic Defence and Space company N.V.,
München, Germany

Frachtraumausstattung/ -ausrüstung see website

aircraft electronic engineering gmbh

Power supply,
Probe heat control,
ARINC data
see website

Caribic can be extended to include more equipment from other partners. Click here for the present Instrumentation.