Prof. Dr. Katja Mannschreck


  • K. Mannschreck, St. Gilge, Ch. Plass-Duelmer, W. Fricke, H. Berresheim, Assessment of the NO-NO2-O3 Photostationary State Applicability on Long-term Measurements at the GAW Global Station Hohenpeissenberg, Germany, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 4, 1265 – 1277, 2004.
  • S. Konrad, Th., Schmitz, H.J. Buers, N. Houben, K. Mannschreck, D. Mihelcic, P- Müsgen, H.W. Pätz, F. Holland, A. Hofzumahaus, H.J.Schäfer, S. Schröder, A. Volz-Thomas, Hydrocarbon measurements at Pabstthum during the BERLIOZ campaign and modeling of free radicals Journal of Geophysical Research, 108, NO. D4, 8251, doi:1029/2001JD000866, 2003.
  • K. Mannschreck, D. Klemp, D. Kley, R. Friedrich, J. Kühlwein, B. Wickert, P. Matuska, M. Habram, F. Slemr, Evaluation of an emission inventory by comparisons of modelled and measured emission ratios of individual HCs, CO and NOx, Atmospheric Environment, 36, Supplement No.1, 81-94, 2002.
  • K. Mannschreck, K. Bächmann, I. Barnes, K.H. Becker, T. Heil, R. Kurtenbach, M. Memmesheimer, V. Mohnen, T. Schmitz, R. Steinbrecher, A. Obermeier, D. Poppe, A. Volz-Thomas, F. Zabel, A Database for Volatile Organic Compounds, Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry, 42, 281-286, 2002.
  • D. Klemp, K. Mannschreck, H.H. Pätz, M. Habram, P. Matuska, F. Slemr, Determination of anthropogenic emission ratios in the Augsburg area from concentration ratios: results from long-term measurements, Atmospheric Environment, 36, Supplement No.1, 61-80, 2002.
  • Michael Möllmann-Coers, Dieter Klemp, Katja Mannschreck, Franz Slemr, Determination of anthropogenic emissions in the Augsburg area by the source-tracer-ratio method, Atmospheric Environment, 36, Supplement No.1, 95-107, 2002.
  • Buchbeitrag: K. Mannschreck, D. Klemp, J. Kühlwein, Comparison of modelled and measured emission ratios of pure hydrocarbons, in: R. Friedrich, S. Reis (Hrsg.), Emissions of Air Pollutants – Measurements, Calculations, Uncertainties – Results from The EUROTRAC Subproject GENEMIS, S. 243-250, Springer Publishers, ISBN 3-540-008403.