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2021

Mignani, Claudia and Wieder, Jörg and Sprenger, Michael A. and Kanji, Zamin A. and Henneberger, Jan and Alewell, Christine and Conen, Franz. (2021) Towards parameterising atmospheric concentrations of ice-nucleating particles active at moderate supercooling. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 21 (2). pp. 657-664.

Lauber, Annika and Henneberger, Jan and Mignani, Claudia and Ramelli, Fabiola and Pasquier, Julie T. and Wieder, Jörg and Hervo, Maxime and Lohmann, Ulrike. (2021) Continuous secondary-ice production initiated by updrafts through the melting layer in mountainous regions. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 21 (5). pp. 3855-3870.

Miller, Anna J. and Brennan, Killian P. and Mignani, Claudia and Wieder, Jörg and David, Robert O. and Borduas-Dedekind, Nadine. (2021) Development of the drop Freezing Ice Nuclei Counter (FINC), intercomparison of droplet freezing techniques, and use of soluble lignin as an atmospheric ice nucleation standard. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 14 (4). pp. 3131-3151.

Ramelli, Fabiola and Henneberger, Jan and David, Robert O. and Bühl, Johannes and Radenz, Martin and Seifert, Patric and Wieder, Jörg and Lauber, Annika and Pasquier, Julie T. and Engelmann, Ronny and Mignani, Claudia and Hervo, Maxime and Lohmann, Ulrike. (2021) Microphysical investigation of the seeder and feeder region of an Alpine mixed-phase cloud. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 21 (9). pp. 6681-6706.

2019

Mignani, Claudia and Creamean, Jessie M. and Zimmermann, Lukas and Alewell, Christine and Conen, Franz. (2019) New type of evidence for secondary ice formation at around -15 °C in mixed-phase clouds. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 19. pp. 877-886.

Creamean, Jessie M. and Mignani, Claudia and Bukowiecki, Nicolas and Conen, Franz. (2019) Using freezing spectra characteristics to identify ice-nucleating particle populations during the winter in the Alps. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 19 (12). pp. 8123-8140.