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.





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See also



  1. Expolis database.
  2. 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.
  3. Gee et al. 2002. Indoor air quality in smoking and non-smoking households. Proceedings Indoor Air 2:512-7.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.

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INTERA:PM concentrations in Europe. Opasnet . [1]. Accessed 07 Dec 2022.