INTERA:Toluene concentrations in Europe
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The Toluene concentrations in indoor, outdoor and personal measurements in several European countries.
Data is obtained from various published studies.
- Brown et al. 2002. Indoor air quality in English homes — VOCs. 9th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate.
- Expolis database. http://www.ktl.fi/expolis/index.php?id=19
- Ilgen et al. 2001a. Personal exposure to aromatic hydrocarbons with 55 non-smoking persons in Germany in 1995-1997. Atmospheric Environment 35:1265-1279.
- Ilgen et al., 2001b. Aromatic hydrocarbons in indoor and outdoor air and in non-smoking persons blood in Northern Germany in 1995-1997. Atmospheric Environment 35:1235-1252.
- Kotzias D, Geiss O, Tirendi S. The AIRMEX (European Indoor Air Monitoring and Exposure Assessment) Project report. European Commission; 2005a
- Schlink et al. 2004. Seasonal cycle of indoor-VOCs: comparison of apartments and cities. Atmos Environ 38:1181–90.
- Schneider et al. 2001. Indoor and outdoor BTX levels in German cities. Sci Total Environ 267:41–51.
- Stranger et al. 2007. Comparative overview of indoor air quality in Antwerp, Belgium. Environ Int 33:789–97.
- Ullrich et al. 2002. German Environmental Survey of children and teenagers 2000 GerESIV: a representative population study including indoor pollutants. 9th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate.
- Schneider et al. 1999. Vertical and horizontal variability of volatile organic compounds in homes in Eastern Germany. J Expo Anal Environ Epidemiol 9:282-292.
- Hoffman et al. 2000. J. Exposure Assessment & Environ. Epidemiology 10:115-125.
- Kotzias et al. 2005. The AIRMEX (European Indoor Air Monitoring and Exposure Assessment) Project report. European Commission