Lelieveld Group

From process studies to climate interactions: the chemistry of the atmosphere.

The group develops and applies numerical models to analyse and interpret observational data obtained from laboratory experiments, field campaigns and satellite remote sensing. Our process-oriented analyses aim to improve the understanding of atmospheric chemistry and interactions with physical mechanisms that control transport and removal of gases and aerosol particles. Our scientific studies in which models are applied generally address atmospheric composition change, impacts on air quality, climate and planetary health.

These studies are conducted using several, complementary numerical models (see figure), ranging from box-models, which represent the chemical processes occurring at specific locations, through regional models that focus on the processes on scales from hundreds to a few thousands of kilometers, up to global models. Feedback mechanisms between global biogeochemical cycles and climate are studied with an Earth system model that simulates interactions between the atmosphere, oceans and the terrestrial environment, including the biosphere and anthroposphere.

Team Members

Name
Telefon
Bruehl, Christoph
  • +49 6131 305-4630
Chang, Di
  • +49 6131 305-4610
Chowdhury, Sourangsu
  • +49 6131 305-4626
Crutzen, Paul
Emeritus
  • +49 6131 305-4640
Ehrhart, Sebastian
  • +49 6131 305-4605
Gromov, Sergey
  • +49 6131 305-4615
Kaltenbach, Astrid
  • +49 6131 305-4010
Klingmueller, Klaus
  • +49 6131 305-4620
Krüger, Bettina
  • +49 6131 305-4000
Lelieveld, Jos
Wissenschaftliches Mitglied (Direktor)
  • +49 6131 305-4000
Osipov, Sergey
  • +49 6131 305-4620
Pozzer, Andrea
Gruppenleitung
  • +49 6131 305-4600
Schallock, Jennifer
  • +49 6131 305-4601
Zimmermann, Peter, Dr.
  • +49 6131 305-4626
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