INTERA:Formaldehyde concentrations in Europe

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Scope

The Formaldehyde concentrations in indoor, outdoor and personal measurements in several European countries.

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Data is obtained from various published studies.

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References

  1. Brown et al. 2002. Indoor air quality in English homes—formaldehyde. In: Indoor Air 2002, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, 30 June–5 July 2002, Monterey, CA, Vol 4 (Levin H, ed). Santa Cruz, CA:Indoor Air, 473–476
  2. Clarisse, B. et al. 2003. Indoor aldehydes: measurement of contamination levels and identification of their determinants in Paris dwellings. Environmental Research 92:245-253.
  3. ECA Report No. 7: Indoor air pollution by Formaldehyde in European countries, 1990, http://www.inive.org/medias/ECA/ECA_Report7.pdf
  4. GerES. http://www.umweltbundesamt.de/survey-e/objectives.htm [2007]
  5. Gustafson et al. 2005. Formaldehyde levels in Sweden: personal exposure, indoor, and outdoor concentrations. J Expo Anal Environ Epidemiol 15: 252–260.
  6. Jarnstrom et al. 2006. Reference values for indoor air pollutant concentrations in new, residential buildings in Finland. Atmospheric Environment 40:7178-7191.
  7. Jurvelin et al. 2001. Personal exposure levels and microenvironmental concentrations of formaldehyde and acetaldehyde in the Helsinki metropolitan area, Finland. Journal of Air & Waste Managemenet Association 51:17-24.
  8. Kotzias et al. 2005. The INDEX project: Critical Appraisal of the Setting and Implementation of Indoor exposure Limits in the EU, EC, JRC EUR 21590 EN 2005.
  9. Marchand et al. 2008. Concentrations and determinants of gaseous aldehydes in 162 homes in Strasbourg (France). Atmospheric Environment 42:505-516.
  10. Santansiero & Fuselli 2008. Indoor and outdoor air carbonyl compounds correlation elucidated by principal component analysis, Environmental Research 106:139–147.
  11. Ullrich, et al. 2002. German Environmental Survey of Children and Teenagers 2000 (GerES IV): A representative population study including indoor air pollutants. Indoor Air 1: 209–213.
  12. Marchand et al. 2006. Aldehyde measurements in indoor environments in Strasbourg (France). Atmos Environ 40:1336–45.
  13. Kotzias et al. 2005. The AIRMEX (European Indoor Air Monitoring and Exposure Assessment) Project report. European Commission

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