INTERA:PM concentrations in Europe
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The PM (particulate matter) concentrations in indoor, outdoor and personal measurements in several European countries.
Data is obtained from various published studies.
- Expolis database. http://www.ktl.fi/expolis/index.php?id=19
- Fromme et al. 2005. Elemental carbon and respirable particulate matter in the indoor air of apartments and nursery schools and ambient air in Berlin (Germany). Indoor Air 15: 335-341.
- Gee et al. 2002. Indoor air quality in smoking and non-smoking households. Proceedings Indoor Air 2:512-7.
- Janssen et al. 2005. Associations between ambient, personal, and indoor exposure to fine particulate matter constituents in Dutch and Finnish panels of cardiovascular patients. Occupational and Environmental Medicine 62:868-877.
- Monn et al. 1997. Particulate matter less than 10 mu m (PM10) and fine particles less than 2.5 mu m (PM2.5): relationships between indoor, outdoor and personal concentrations Science of the Total Environment 208:15-21.
- Simoni et al. 2002. Acute respiratory effects of indoor pollutants in two general population samples living in a rural and in an urban area of Italy. Proceedings of Indoor Air 1:119-24.
- Sorensen et al. 2005. Personal exposure to PM2.5, black smoke and NO2 in Copenhagen: relationship to bedroom and outdoor concentrations covering seasonal variation. J Expo Anal Environ Epidemiol 15: 413-422.
- Vecchi et al. 2008. A mass closure and PMF source apportionment study on the sub-micron sized aerosol fraction at urban sites in Italy. Atmospehirc Environment 42:2240-2253.
- Zmirou et al. 2002. VESTA Investigators. Five epidemiological studies on transport and asthma: objectives, design and descriptive results. J Expo Anal Environ Epidemiol 12: 186-96.