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Cames M., Helmers E. (2013). Critical evaluation of the European diesel car boom. Global comparison, environmental effects and various national strategies. Sci .Environ. Pol., n ° 353.  

Sources et émissions

Kahnt S., Behrouzi S., Vermeylen R. et al. (2013). One-year study of nitro-organic compounds and their relation to wood burning in PM10 aerosol from a rural site in Belgium. Atm. Environ., n° 81, p. 561-8.

Alam M.S., Delgado-Saborit J.M., Stark C., Harrison R.M. (2013). Using atmospheric measurements of PAH and quinone compounds at roadside and urban background sites to assess sources and reactivity. Atmos Environ, n° 77, p. 24-35.

Pant P., Harrison R.M. (2013). Estimation of the contribution of road traffic emissions to particulate matter concentrations from field measurements: A review. Atmos Environ, n° 77, p. 78-97.

May A.A., Presto A.A., Hennigan C.J. et al. (2013). Gas-particle partitioning of primary organic aerosol emissions: (1) Gasoline vehicle exhaust.Atmos Environ, n° 77, p. 128-139.

Detournay A., Sauvage S., Riffault V. et al. (2013). Source and behavior of isoprenoid compounds at a southern France remote site. Atmos Environ, n° 77, p. 272-282.

Hafner S.D., Howard C., Muck R.E. et al. (2013). Emission of volatile organic compounds from silage: Compounds, sources, and implications. Atmos Environ, 77, p. 827-839.

Kajino M., Sato K., Inomata Y., Ueda H. (2013). Source–receptor relationships of nitrate in Northeast Asia and influence of sea salt on the long-range transport of nitrate.Atmos Environ, n° 79, p. 67-78.

Jang E., Alam M.S., Harrison R.M. (2013). Source apportionment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in urban air using positive matrix factorization and spatial distribution analysis. Atmos Environ, n° 79, p. 271-285.

Lundin L., Gullett B., Carroll Jr W.F. et al. (2013). The effect of developing nations' municipal waste composition on PCDD/PCDF emissions from open burning. Atmos Environ, n° 79, p. 433-441.

Hasheminassab S., Daher N., Schauer J.J., Sioutas C. (2013).  Source apportionment and organic compound characterization of ambient ultrafine particulate matter (PM) in the Los Angeles Basin.Atmos Environ, n° 79, p. 529-539.

Vallinayagam R., Vedharaj S., Yang W.M. et al. (2013). Emission reduction from a diesel engine fueled by pine oil biofuel using SCR and catalytic converter.Atmos Environ, n° 80, p. 190-197.

Crawford J., Cohen D.D., Chambers S. et al. (2013). Incorporation of Radon-222 as a parameter in ME-2 to improve apportionment of PM2.5 sources in the Sydney region.Atmos Environ, n° 80, p. 378-388.

Yao X., Hu Q., Zhang L. et al. (2013). Is vehicular emission a significant contributor to ammonia in the urban atmosphere?Atmos Environ, n° 80, p. 499-506.

Johnson G.R., Jayaratne E.R., Lau J. et al. (2013). Remote measurement of diesel locomotive emission factors and particle size distributions.Atmos Environ, n° 81, p. 148-157.

Fu M., Ding Y., Ge Y. et al. (2013). Real-world emissions of inland ships on the Grand Canal, China. Atmos Environ, n° 81, p. 222-229.

Ke H., Ondov J.M., Rogge W.F. (2013). Detailed emission profiles for on-road vehicles derived from ambient measurements during a windless traffic episode in Baltimore using a multi-model approach. Atmos Environ, n° 81, p. 280-287.

Carslaw D.C., Rhys-Tyler G. (2013). New insights from comprehensive on-road measurements of NOx, NO2 and NH3 from vehicle emission remote sensing in London, UK. Atmos Environ, n° 81, p. 339-347.

Lyder D.A., Brown S.G., Aklilu Y.A., McCarthy M.C. (2013). Source apportionment of volatile organic compounds measured in Edmonton, Alberta. Atmos Environ, n° 81, p. 504-516.

Owoade O.K., Fawole O.G., Olise F.S. et al. (2013). Characterization and source identification of airborne particulate loadings at receptor site-classes of Lagos Mega-City, Nigeria. J Air Waste Manage Assoc, n° 63(9), p. 1026-1035.

Jung H.S., Miller A., Park K., Kittelson D.B. (2013). Carbon nanotubes among diesel exhaust particles: real samples or contaminants? J Air Waste Manage Assoc, n° 63(10), p. 1199-1204.

Hallmark S.L., Wang B., Sperry R. (2013). Comparison of on-road emissions for hybrid and regular transit buses. J Air Waste Manage Assoc, n° 63(10), p. 1212-1220.

Tsai J-H., Chen S-J., Huang K-L. et al.(2014). Emissions from a generator fueled by blends of diesel, biodiesel, acetone, and isopropyl alcohol: Analyses of emitted PM, particulate carbon, and PAHs. Sci Total Environ, n° 466-467, p. 195-202.

Borge R., Lumbreras J., Pérez J. et al. (2014). Emission inventories and modeling requirements for the development of air quality plans. Application to Madrid (Spain). Sci Total Environ, n° 466-467, p. 809-819.

Émissions à l’intérieur des locaux

Fischer  A.,  Ljungström E.,  Langer S. (2013). Ozone removal by occupants in a classroom. Atmos Environ, n° 81, p. 11-17. Disponible sur : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1352231013006742 - aff1

Crawford S., Lungu C.T. (2013). Application and limitations of a mass transfer VOC emission model for a dry building material. Atmos Environ, n° 81, p. 25-31.

Immission-exposition

Buonanno G., Stabile L., Morawska L., Russi A. (2013). Children exposure assessment to ultrafine particle and black carbon: the role of transport and cooking activities. Atm. Environ., n° 79, p. 53-8.

Dos Santos-Juusela V., Petaja T., Kowsa A., Hämen K. (2013). Spatial temporal variations of particulate number concentration between a busy street and the urban background. Atm. Environ., n° 79 p. 324-33.

Fuller C.H., Brugge D., Williams P.L. et al. (2013). Indoor and outdoor measurements of particle number concentration in near-highway homes. J. Expo. Sci. Environ. Epid., n° 23, p. 506-12.

Ragettli M.S., Corradi E., Braun-Fahrländer C. et al. (2013). Commuter exposure to ultrafine particles in different urban locations, transportation modes and routes. Atmos Environ, n° 77, p. 376-384.

Buonanno G., Stabile L., Morawska L., Russi A. (2013). Children exposure assessment to ultrafine particles and black carbon: The role of transport and cooking activities. Atmos Environ, n° 79, p. 53-58.

Dekoninck L., Botteldooren D., Panis L.I. (2013). An instantaneous spatiotemporal model to predict a bicyclist's Black Carbon exposure based on mobile noise measurements. Atmos Environ, n° 79, p. 623-631.

Mapou A.E.M., Shendell D.G., Therkorn J.H. et al. (2013). Aldehydes in passenger vehicles: An analysis of data from the RIOPA Study 1999-2001.Atmos Environ, n° 79, p. 751-759.

Abi-Esber L., El-Fadel M. (2013). Indoor to outdoor air quality associations with self-pollution implications inside passenger car cabins.Atmos Environ, n° 81, p. 450-463.

Michikawa T., Nakai S., Nitta H., Tamura K. (2014). Validity of using annual mean particulate matter concentrations as measured at fixed site in assessing personal exposure: An exposure assessment study in Japan. Sci Total Environ, n° 466-467, p. 673-680.

Santé

Baxter L.K., Duvall R.M., Sacks J. (2013). Examining the effects of air pollution composition on within region differences in PM2,5 mortality risk estimates. J. Expo. Sci. Environ. Epid.,n° 23, p. 457-65.

Boogaard H., Fischer P.H., Jansen N.A. et al. (2013).Respiratory effects of a reduction in outdoor air pollution concentrations. Epidemiology,n° 24, p. 753-61.

Calazzo F., Ashoka A., Waltz I.A. et al. (2013). Air pollution and early deaths in the United States. Part 1: quantifying the impact of major sectors in 2005. Atm. Environ.,n° 78, p.198-208.

Delfino R.J., Staimer N., Tjoa T. et al. (2013). Airway inflammation and oxidative potential of air pollutant particles in a pediatric asthma panel. J. Expo. Sci. Environ. Epid., n° 23, p. 466-73.

Geelen L.M., Souren A.F., Jans H.W., Ragas A.M. (2013). Air pollution from industry and traffic: perceived risk and affect  in the Moerdijk region, The Netherlands. Hum. Ecolog. Risk Assess., n° 19, p. 1644-63.

Gunatilaka A., Skvortsov A., Gailis R. (2013). A review of toxicity models for realistic atmospheric applications. Atm. Environ., n° 84, p. 24-3.

Huang J., Wu F., Lu H. et al. (2013). The impacts of short-term exposure to noise and traffic-related air pollution on heart rate variability in young healthy adults. J. Expo. Sci. Environ. Epid., n° 23, p. 559-64.

Li Q., Shang J., Zhu T. (2013). Physicochemical characteristics and toxic effects of ozone oxidized black carbon particles. Atm. Environ., n° 81, p. 68-75.

Thibaudon M., Sikoparija B., Oliver G. et al. (2013). Ragweed pollen source inventory for France-the second largest centre of  Ambrosia in Europe.  Atm. Environ., n° 83, p. 62-71.

Yang A., Jedynska A., Hellack B. et al. (2013). Measurement of the oxidative potential of PM2,5 and its constituents: the effect of extraction solvent and filter type. Atm. Environ., n° 83, p. 35-42.

Steiner S., Czerwinski J., Comte P. et al. (2013). Reduction in (pro-)inflammatory responses of lung cells exposed in vitro to diesel exhaust treated with a non-catalyzed diesel particle filter. Atm. Environ., n° 81, p. 117-24.

Steiner S., Czerwinski J., Comte P. et al. (2013). Comparison of the toxicity of diesel exhaust produced by bio- and fossil diesel combustion in human lung cells in vitro. Atm. Environ., n° 81, p. 380-8.

Mesurage

Su A., Hung H., Pirrone N. et al. (2013). Special issue section: towards the next generation of air pollutants monitoring and indicators. Atm. Environ. ; n° 80, p. 561-70 (5 articles à suivre relatifs à Généralités, Ozone, Particules, Polluants Organiques Persistants et Mercure, p. 571-619).

Ning Z., Chan K.L., Wong K.C. et al. (2013). Black carbon mass size distributions of diesel exhaust and urban aerosols measured using differential mobility analyser in tandem with aethalometer.  Atm. Environ., n° 80, p. 31-40.

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Bernard Festy

Yvon Le Moullec