CO concentrations in Europe

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Scope

Measured CO concentrations in various environments in Europe. Information is included at least for homes, schools, transport and public places. In addition, results of personal exposure measurements are also included.

Definition

Data

Data is collected from the published articles and reports.

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ug/m3

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References

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  1. Georgoulis L.B., et al. 2002. Personal carbon monoxide exposure in five European cities and its determinants. Atmos Environ 36:963-974.
  2. Maroni M. et al. 1996. Characterisation of personal exposure to air pollutants of subjects living in Milan. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate. Nagoya, Japan. 1:501-505.
  3. Ross D. 1996. Continuous monitoring of NO2, CO, temperature and humidity in UK homes. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, vol 1, Tokyo, Institute for Public Health, 513-518.
  4. Alm S. et al. 2001. Personal carbon monoxide exposures of preschool children in Helsinki, Finland - comparison to ambient air concentrations. Atmospheric Environment 35:6259–6266.
  5. Raw, GJ. et al. 2004. Exposure to air pollutants in English homes. J Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 14:S85-S94.
  6. Chaloulakou et al., 2003
  7. Siskos et al., 2001
  8. Maroni M, Seifert B, Lindvall T eds. 1995. A Comprehensive Reference Book. Air Quality Monographs Vol. 3. Elsevier Science B.V. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  9. Pennanen et al., 1997
  10. Valerio et al., 1997
  11. Junker et al., 2000
  12. Chaloukalou et al., 2003

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