Publications of K. Diehl

Journal Article (25)

Journal Article
Lohmann, U. and Diehl, K.: Sensitivity studies of the importance of dust ice nuclei for the indirect aerosol effect on stratiform mixed-phase clouds, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 63, 968–982 [online] Available from:, 2006.
Journal Article
von Blohn, N., Mitra, S. K., Diehl, K. and Borrmann, S.: The ice nucleating ability of pollen: Part III: New laboratory studies in immersion and contact freezing modes including more pollen types, Atmospheric Research, 78(3-4), 182–189 [online] Available from:, 2005.
Journal Article
Posselt, R., Wurzler, S. and Diehl, K.: Numerical sensitivity studies of axis ratio changes of colliding ice crystals, Atmospheric Research, 73, 225–242 [online] Available from:, 2005.
Journal Article
Simmel, M., Diehl, K. and Wurzler, S.: Numerical simulation of the microphysics of an orographic cloud: Comparison with measurements and sensitivity studies, Atmospheric Environment, 39, 4365–4373 [online] Available from:, 2005.
Journal Article
Heusel-Waltrop, A., Diehl, K., Mitra, S. K. and Pruppacher, H. R.: A laboratory and theoretical study on the uptake of SO2 gas by large and small water drops containing heavy metal ions, Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry, 44, 211–223 [online] Available from:, 2003.

Book Chapter (1)

Book Chapter
Theis, A., Diehl, K., Mitra, S. K., Borrmann, S. and Szakáll, M.: Melting of atmospheric ice particles, in Precipitation Science: Measurement, Remote Sensing, Microphysics and Modeling, edited by S. Michaelides, pp. 423–471, Elsevier, Amsterdam., 2022.

Working Paper (2)

Working Paper
Szakáll, M., Debertshäuser, M., Lackner, C. P., Mayer, A., Eppers, O., Diehl, K., Theis , A., Mitra, S. K. and Borrmann, S.: Comparative Study On Immersion Freezing Utilizing Single Droplet Levitation Methods, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 20, doi:10.5194/acp-2020-671, 2020.
Working Paper
Diehl, K. and Mitra, S. K.: New particle-dependent parameterizations of heterogeneous freezing processes: sensitivity studies of convective clouds with an air parcel model, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 15, 16401–16460, doi:10.5194/acpd-15-16401-2015, 2015.
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