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Bernard Festy et Yvon Le Moullec

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Général

Dereumeaux C, Saoudi A, Pecheux M. et al. (2016) : Biomarkers of exposure to environmental contaminants in French pregnant women from the ELFE cohort in 2011. Environ Intern, 97, 56-67.

Gong Y, Palmer S, Gallacher J. et al. (2016) : A systematic review of the relationship between objective measurements of the urban environment and psychological distress. Environ Intern, 96, 48-57.

Lake IR, Jones NR, Agnew M. et al. (2017) : Climatic change and future pollen allergy in Europe. Environ Health Perspect, 125, 385-391.

Petri AK, Schmiedchen K, Stunder D. et al. (2017) : Biological effects of exposure to static electric fields in humans and vertebrates: a systematic review. Environ Health, 16, 41.

Sattler C, Moritz F, Chen S. et al. (2017) : Nanoparticle exposure reactivates latent herpesvirus and restores a signature of acute affection. Particle Fibre Toxicol, 14, 2.

Sources extérieures

Arhami M, Hosseini V, Zare Shahne M et al. (2017) : Seasonal trends, chemical speciation and source apportionment of fine PM in Tehran. Atmos Environ, 153, 70-82.

Corella JP, Valero-Garcès BL, Wang F et al. (2017). 700 years reconstruction of mercury and lead atmospheric deposition in the Pyrenees (NE Spain). Atmos Environ, 155, 97-107.

Durdina L, Brem BT, Setyan A et al. (2017) : Assessment of Particle Pollution from Jetliners: from Smoke Visibility to Nanoparticle Counting. Environ Sci Technol, 51(6), 3534–3541.

Gentner DR, Jathar SH, Gordon TD et al. (2017) : Review of Urban Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation from Gasoline and Diesel Motor Vehicle Emissions. Environ Sci Technol, 51(3), 1074–1093.

Shirmohammadi F, Sowlat MH, Hasheminassab S et al. (2017) : Emission rates of particle number, mass and black carbon by the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and its impact on air quality in Los Angeles. Atmos Environ, 151, 82-93.

Sylvestre A, Mizzi A, Mathiot S et al. (2017). Comprehensive chemical characterization of industrial PM2.5 from steel industry activities. Atmos Environ, 152, 180-190.

Yue T, Yue X, Chai F et al. (2017) : Characteristics of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the evaporative emissions of modern passenger cars Atmos Environ, 151, 62-69.

Qualité de l’air intérieur

Butler DA, Madhavan G. (2017) : Communicating the health effects of indoor exposure to particulate matter. Indoor Air, 27(3), 503-505.

Höllbache E, Ters T, Rieder-Gradinger C, Srebotnik E. (2017) : Emissions of indoor air pollutants from six user scenarios in a model room. Atmos Environ, 150, 389-394.

Mendell MJ, Kumagai K. (2017) : Observation-based metrics for residential dampness and mold with dose-response relationship to health: a review. Indoor Air, 27(3), 506-517.

Mensah-Attipoe J, Taübel M, Hernandez M et al. (2017) : An emerging paradox: toward a better understanding of the potential benefits and adversity of microbe exposures in the indoor environment. Indoor Air, 27(1), 3-5.

Moreno T, Kelly FJ, Dunster C et al. (2017) : Oxidative potential of subway PM2.5.Atmos Environ, 148, 230-238.

Poulin P, Levasseur ME, Huppé V (2016) : Mesures d’adaptation pour une saine qualité de l’air intérieur dans un contexte de changements climatiques : revue de la littérature. Institut national de Santé Publique du Québec, Direction de la Santé Environnementale et de la Toxicologie, septembre.

Raffy G, Mercier F, Blanchard O et al. (2017) : Semi-volatile organic compounds in the air and dust of 30 French schools: a pilot study. Indoor Air, 27(1), 114-127.

Triadó-Margarit X, Veillette M, Duchaine C et al. (2017) : Bioaerosols in the Barcelona subway system. Indoor Air, 27(3), 564-575.

Van Ryswyk K, Anastasopolos AT, Evans G et al. (2017) : Metro Commuter Exposures to Particulate Air Pollution and PM2.5-Associated Elements in Three Canadian Cities: The Urban Transportation Exposure Study. Environ Sci Technol, 51(10), 5713-5720.

Wolkoff P (2017) : External eyes symptoms in indoor environments. Indoor Air, 27(2), 246-260.

Ye W, Gao J, Zhang X, Yu WC, (2017) : Studies of relationships between ventilation, pollution exposure and environmental health in buildings. Indoor Built Environ,28 (2), 147-151.

Yu C, Lee Y. (2017) : Housing requirements for an ageing society. Indoor Built Environ, 28(4), 441-446.

Immissions- expositions

Dons E, Laeremans M, Oriuela JP et al. (2017) : Wearable Sensors for Personal Monitoring and Estimation of Inhaled Traffic-Related Air Pollution: Evaluation of Methods. Environ Sci Technol, 51(3), 1859-1867.

Jedynska A, Hoek G, Wang M et al. (2017) : Spatial variations and development of land use regression models of oxidative potential in ten European study areas Atmos Environ, 150, 24-32.

Jeong CH, Traub A, Evans GJ. (2017) : Exposure to ultrafine particles and black carbon in diesel-powered commuter trains. Atmos Environ,155, 46-52.

Jeong H, Park D. (2017) : Characteristics of elementary school children's daily exposure to black carbon (BC) in Korea. Atmos Environ,154, 179-188.

Kirchstetter TW, Preble CV, Hadley OL et al. (2017) : Large reductions in urban black carbon concentrations in the United States between 1965 and 2000. Atmos Environ, 151, 17-23.

Lacressonnière G, Watson L, Gauss M et al. (2017) : Particulate matter air pollution in Europe in a +2 °C warming world. Atmos Environ,154, 129-140.

Nopmongcol U, Grant J, Knipping E et al. (2017) : Air Quality Impacts of Electrifying Vehicles and Equipment Across the United States.Environ Sci Technol,51(5), 2830-2837.

Okokon EO, Yli-Tuomi T, Turunen AW et al. (2017) : Particulates and noise exposure during bicycle, bus and car commuting: A study in three European cities. Environ Res,154, 181-189.

Petit JE, Amodeo T, Meleux F et al. (2017) : Characterising an intense PM pollution episode in March 2015 in France from multi-site approach and near real time data: Climatology, variabilities, geographical origins and model evaluation. Atmos Environ,155, 68-84.

Potera C. (2017) : Way to go: identifying routes for walkers and cyclists to avoid air pollutants. Environ Health Perspect, 125(4), A71.

Shirmohammadi F, Wang D, Hasheminassab S et al. (2017) : Oxidative potential of on-road fine particulate matter (PM2.5) measured on major freeways of Los Angeles, CA, and a 10-year comparison with earlier roadside studies. Atmos Environ, 148, 102-114.

Van Nunen E, Vermeulen R, Tsai MY et al. (2017) : Land Use Regression Models for Ultrafine Particles in Six European Areas.Environ Sci Technol, 51(6), 3336–3345.

Santé

Anenberg SC, Miller J, Minjares R. et al. (2017) : Impacts and mitigation of excess diesel-related NOx emissions in 11 major vehicle markets. Nature, 545, 467-471.

Cohen AJ, Brauer M, Burnett R et al. (2017) : Estimates and 25-year trends of the global burden of disease attribuable to ambient air pollution: an analysis of data from the Global Burden of Diseases Study 2015. The Lancet, 10082, 1907-1918.

Fuertes E, Standl M, Forns J et al. (2016) : Traffic-related air pollution and hyperactivity/inattention, dyslexia and dyscalculia in adolescents of the German GINIplus birth cohort. Environ Intern, 97, 85-92.

Han C, Lim YH, Jun GK, Hong YC. (2017) : Association between ambient particulate matter and disorders of vestibular function. Environ Res, 155, 242-248.

Jerrett M, Brook R, White LF et al. (2017) : Ambient ozone and incident diabetes: a prospective analysis in a large cohort of African American women. Environ Intern, 102, 42-47.

Lipfert FW. (2017) : A critical review of the ESCAPE project for estimating long-term health effects of air pollution. Environ Intern, 99, 87-96.

Malintyre HL, Heaviside C, Neal LS et al. (2016) : Mortality and emergency hospitalizations associated with atmospheric particulate matter episodes accross the UK in spring 2014. Environ Intern,97, 108-116.

Malley CS, Heal MR, Braban CF et al. (2016) : The contribution to long-term health relevant particulate matter at the UK EMEP supersites between 2010 and 2013: quantifying the mitigation challenge. Environ Intern, 96, 98-111.

Pedersen M, Andersen ZJ, Stafoggia M et al. (2017) : Ambient air pollution and primary liver cancer incidence in four European cohorts within the ESCAPE project. Environ Res,154, 226-233.

Pun VC, Manjourides J, Suh H. (2017) : Association of ambient air pollution with depressive and anxiety symptoms in older adults: results from the NSHAP study. Environ Health Perspect, 125 (3), 342-348.

Reinmuth-Selzle K, Kampf CJ, Lucas K et al. (2017) : Air Pollution and Climate Change Effects on Allergies in the Anthropocene: Abundance, Interaction, and Modification of Allergens and Adjuvants. Environ Sci Technol, 51(8), 4119–4141 (Critical review).

Ranciere F, Boucas N, Viola M, Momas I. (2017) : Early exposure to traffic-related air pollution, respiratory symptoms at 4 years of age and potential effect modification by parental allergy, stressful family events and sex: a prospective follow-up study of the Paris Birth Cohort. Environ Health Perspect, 125 (4), 7345.

Saenen ND, Provost EB, Vaene MK et al. (2016) : Recent versus chronic exposure to particulate matter air pollution in association with neurobehavioral performance in a panel of primary school children. Environ Intern, 96, 112-119.

Wang J, Xing J, Mathur R et al. (2017) : Historical trends in PM2,5 related premature mortality during 1990-2010 across the Northern Hemisphere. Environ Health Perspect, 125(3), 410-419.

Ye M, Beach J, Martin JW, Senthilselvan A. (2017) : Pesticide exposures and respiratory health in general populations. J Environ Sci, 51, 361-370 (review).

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Bernard Festy

Yvon Le Moullec