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Pages in category "Publication"
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- A favourite of children - and some adults too
- A healthy suntan – or is it?
- Aldehyde concentrations in Europe
- Alex quiz
- Are blue-green algae a risk to your life or at least to your liver?
- Are cosmetics chemicals?
- Are electric lines and transformers dangerous?
- Are GM foods Frankenfoods?
- Are heavy metals still a problem today?
- Are inhabitants of different countries exposed to different risks?
- Are most cancers caused by exposures to chemicals?
- Are people too clean for their own good?
- Are the dioxins the most dangerous chemicals in our environment?
- Are the PCB compounds really super-poisons?
- Are the risks of the domestic and the workplace environments different?
- Are there problems in the present risk assessment practices?
- Are we starting to glow from the uranium in our environment?
- Arsenic in the drinking water – reminiscent of the movie “Lavender and old lace”?
- Arsenic to zoonoses
- Arsenic to zoonoses/Contents
- Assessment of building policies' effect on dampness and asthma in Europe
- Assessment of the health impacts of H1N1 vaccination
- Assessment on impacts of emission trading on city-level (ET-CL)
- Assessment structure
- Assessment studies
- Background rates of diseases in Europe
- Before we go on holiday which environmental health precautions should we take?
- Benefit-risk assessment of fish consumption for Beneris
- Benefit-risk assessment of methyl mercury and omega-3 fatty acids in fish
- Benzene – isn’t it only found in chemistry sets?
- Biliverdin reductase A activity
- Blind drunk – or dead drunk?
- Body length of European population
- Body surface area of European population
- Body weight of European population
- Building policies in Europe
- Building regulations in Finland
- Calibration of a group
- Can environmental cigarette smoke cause lung cancer?
- Can even a child’s toy be dangerous?
- Can noise cause true health problems?
- Can the air go up in flames?
- Can you catch toxoplasmosis from cat litter?
- Can you lessen your own personal chemical burden?
- Carbon pie approach
- Climate change – will it affect our health?
- CO concentrations in Europe
- CO2 concentrations in Europe
- Concentrations of beneficial nutrients in fish
- Congestion charge impacts on air quality
- Conversion formulas for environmental noise metrics
- DALY of cancer
- DALY of coronary heart diseases
- DALY of dental defects
- DALY of IQ defects
- Dampness and mold in Europe
- Dealing with disputes
- Decision analysis and risk management - background information
- Detection of land, Random sampling in Urgenche
- Dioxin synopsis
- Disability weights
- District heat production in Finland
- Do our recreational pastimes require special ventilation systems?
- Do we need to monitor the quality of the air in our homes?
- Does aluminium cause dementia?
- Does environmental protection also mean improved health?
- Does it make sense to burn our domestic waste in power stations?
- Does water chlorination cause cancer?
- Down the drain – is it a case of out of sight, out of mind?
- User:Edem Agbenowu
- Electricity production in Finland
- Emission assessment of small-scale energy production in the Helsinki metropolitan area
- Environmental equilibrium and chemicals – impossible or not?
- ERF of dioxin
- ERF of methylmercury
- ERF of wind turbine noise on annoyance
- Estimated intake levels for Finnish children of methylmercury from fish
- Haapaniemi energy plant in Kuopio
- Health effects of Baltic herring and salmon: a benefit-risk assessment
- Health impact of radon in Europe
- Health impacts of urban heat island mitigation in Europe
- Health risks of mobile phones
- Heating consumption of buildings
- Here a risk, there a risk, everywhere risks, risks!
- Home work: 1
- How can a building become sick?
- How dangerous is it to use a mobile phone?
- How do air fresheners really work?
- How does the environment affect the child in the womb?
- How safe are detergents?
- How to protect our common environment?
- If this kills insects, what effect is it having on me?
- If we care about our environment, should we all be vegetarians?
- Impact calculation tool
- Indigenous populations live in harmony with their environment, don’t they?
- Indoor environment quality (IEQ) factors
- Indoor:Outdoor ratios of pollutants
- INTERA chemicals and objects
- INTERA: Di-methyl fumarate in consumer products
- INTERA:Air exchange rates in European homes
- INTERA:Benzene concentrations in Europe
- INTERA:Breathing volumes based on activity level
- INTERA:Duration of consumer activities
- INTERA:Exposure duration for DMF case
- INTERA:Formaldehyde concentrations in Europe
- INTERA:Naphthalene concentrations in Europe
- INTERA:PM concentrations in Europe
- INTERA:Time use based on activity
- INTERA:Time use based on the location
- INTERA:Toluene concentrations in Europe
- INTERA:Volume of European workplaces
- Is allergy more common today?
- Is asbestos still a problem today?
- Is cancer more common today than it was in the past?
- Is clean energy from biomass a myth?
- Is environmental science just another religion?
- Is expert jargon just a way to confuse the man in the street?
- Is formaldehyde another type of formalin?
- Is impregnated wood safe in my garden or children’s playground?
- Is it more dangerous for us than for our ancestors?
- Is it safe to eat wherever it’s convenient?
- Is it safe to live close to polluted land?
- Is it the final straw that breaks the camel’s back?
- Is man defiled by what goes to his mouth?
- Is mercury a quicksilver bullet or a slow poison?
- Is there radiation in my home?
- Isn’t it safe to eat everything that grows naturally?
- Paakkila asbestos mine
- PAH concentrations in Europe
- Participating in assessments
- Paula's training
- PBDE concentrations in Europe
- Peer rating
- Peer review
- Peer review method
- People don’t die of carbon monoxide poisoning any more – do they?
- Perception of the risks around us
- Phthalate concentrations in Europe
- POPs in Baltic salmon
- Prevalence of daytime noise exposure over 55 dB(A) in EU
- Prevalence of high annoyance due to traffic noises by country
- Science-based concept of a good world
- Scientific method
- Severity weights for noise outcomes
- Should I take iodine tablets?
- Should risk assessment be more transparent?
- Should solariums carry a health warning?
- Should we be concerned about the amounts of additives in our diet?
- Should we compost all our household waste?
- Should we go back to heating our homes with wood-burning stoves?
- Should we have antibiotic chemicals present in everyday domestic items?
- Should we only eat “organic” products?
- Societal context of assessments
- Source strengths of indoor air pollutants