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Baklanov A, Molina LT, Gauss M. (2015). Megacities, air quality and climate. Atmospheric Environment, n° 126, p. 235-249.

Gascon M, Triguero-Mas M, Martinez J et al. (2015). Residential green spaces and mortality: a systematic review. Environ Intern, n° 86, p. 60-67.

Joao Requia jr W, Llacer Roig H, Koutrakis P. (2015). A novel land use approach for assesssment of human health: the relationship between urban structure types and cardio-respiratory disease risk. Environ Intern, n° 85, p. 334-342.

Levy JI, Woo MK, Tambouret Y. (2015). Energy savings and emissions reductions associated with increased insulation for new homes in the United States. Building and Environment, n° 96, p. 72-79.

Sadiq M, Tao W, Liu J, Tao S. (2015). Air quality and climate responses to anthropogenic black carbon emission changes from East Asia, North America and Europ. Atmospheric Environment, n° 120, p. 262-76.

Shi Q, Yan Y, Zho J, Yu T. (2015). Objective conflicts in green buildings projects: a critical analysis. Building and Environment, n° 96, p. 107-117.

Vardoulakis S, Dimitriloulopoulou C, Thomes J et al. (2015). Impact of climatic change on the domestic indoor environment and associated health risks in the UK. Environ Intern, n° 85, p. 299-313.

Wu X, Lu Y, Zhou S et al. (2015). Impact of climatic change on human infectious diseases: empirical evidence and human adaptation. Environ Intern, n° 86, p. 14-23.

Santé

Bentayer M, Wagner V, Stempfelet M et al. (2015). Association between long term exposure to air pollution and mortality in France: a 25 year follow-up study. Environ International, n° 85, p. 5-14.

Hosseini A, Hirota JA, Hackett TL et al. (2016). Morphometric analysis of inflammation in bronchial biopsies following exposure to inhaled diesel exhaust and allergen challenge in atopic subjects. Part Fibre Toxicol, n° 13, p. 2.

Lanzinger S, Schneider A, Breitner S et al. (2015). Association between ultrafine and fine particles and mortality in five central European cities. Results from the UFIREG study. Environ Intern, n° 88, p. 44-52.

Li Y, Henze DK, Jack D et al. (2015). Assessing public health burden associated with exposure to ambient black carbon in the United States. Sci Total Environ, n° 539, p. 515-525.

Raaschou-Nielsen O, Beelen L, Wang M et al. (2015). Particulate matter air pollution components and risk for lung cancer. Environ Intern, n° 87, p. 66-73.

Sources et émissions

Pedata P, Stoeger T, Zimmermann R et al. (2015). Are we forgetting the smallest sub 10 nm combustion generated particles? Particle Fibre Toxicology, n° 12 (10), p. 34.

Sources extérieures

Ait-Helal W, Beeldens A, Boonen E et al. (2015). On-road measurements of NMVOCs and NOx: Determination of light-duty vehicles emission factors from tunnel studies in Brussels city center. Atmos Environ, n° 122, p. 799-807.

Bove MC, Brotto P, Calzolai G et al. (2016). PM10 source apportionment applying PMF and chemical tracer analysis to ship-borne measurements in the Western Mediterranean. Atmos Environ, n° 125 A, p. 140-151.

Brimblecombe P, Townsend T, Lau CF et al. (2015). Through-tunnel estimates of vehicle fleet emission factors. Atmos Environ, n° 123 A, p. 180-189.

Degraeuwe B, Thunis P, Clappier A et al. (2016). Impact of passenger car NOx emissions and NO2 fractions on urban NO2 pollution – Scenario analysis for the city of Antwerp, Belgium. Atmos Environ, n° 126, p. 218-224.

Delgado-Saborit JM, Harrison RM. (2015). Review: Particle number size distributions from seven major sources and implications for source apportionment studies. Atmos Environ, n° 122, p. 114-132.

Ferm M, Sjöberg K. (2015). Concentrations and emission factors for PM2.5 and PM10 from road traffic in Sweden. Atmos Environ, n° 119, p. 211-219.

Ferreira F, Gomes P, Tente H et al. (2015). Air quality improvements following implementation of Lisbon's Low Emission Zone. Atmos Environ, n° 122, p. 373-381.

Fushimi A, Kondo Y, Kobayashi S. et al. (2016). Chemical composition and source of fine and nanoparticles from recent direct injection gasoline passenger cars: Effects of fuel and ambient temperature. Atmos Environ, n° 124 A, p. 77-84.

Gallus J, Kirchner U, Vogt R et al. (2016). On-road particle number measurements using a portable emission measurement system (PEMS). Atmos Environ, n° 124 A, p. 37-45.

Gerardin F, Midoux N. (2016). Attenuation of road dust emissions caused by industrial vehicle traffic. Atmos Environ, n° 127, p. 46-54.

Gertler CG, Puppala SP, Panday A et al. (2016). Black carbon and the Himalayan cryosphere: A review. Atmos Environ, n°125 B, p. 404-417.

Hopke PK. (2016). Review of receptor modeling methods for source apportionment. J AirWaste Manage Assoc, n° 66 (3), p. 237-259.

Karagulian F, Belis CA, Francisco C et al. (2015). Contributions to cities' ambient particulate matter (PM): A systematic review of local source contributions at global level. Atmos Environ, n° 120, p. 475-483.

Lv B, Zhang B, Bai Y. (2016). A systematic analysis of PM2.5 in Beijing and its sources from 2000 to 2012. Atmos Environ, n° 124 B, p. 98-108.

Pang Y, Fuentes M, Rieger P. (2015). Trends in selected ambient volatile organic compound (VOC) concentrations and a comparison to mobile source emission trends in California's South Coast Air Basin. Atmos Environ, n° 122, p. 686-695.

Pirjola L, Dittrich A, Niemi JV et al. (2016). Physical and Chemical Characterization of Real-World Particle Number and Mass Emissions from City Buses in Finland. Environ. Sci. Technol., n° 50 (1), p. 294-304.

Ribeiro L, Montriro A, Lopes M. (2016). Potential effects of using biodiesel in road-traffic on air quality over the Porto urban area, Portugal.Atmos Environ, n° 125 A, p. 78-91.

Saari S, Karialainen P, Ntziachristos L. et al. (2016). Exhaust particle and NOx emission performance of an SCR heavy duty truck operating in real-world conditions. Atmos Environ, n° 126, p. 136-144.

Yoon S, Quiros DC, Dwyer HA et al. (2015). Characteristics of particle number and mass emissions during heavy-duty diesel truck parked active DPF regeneration in an ambient air dilution tunnel. Atmos Environ, n° 122, p. 58-64.

Émissions à l’intérieur des locaux

Bayer CW, Grimes C. (2015). The indoor environmental microbiome. J. Indoor Built Environ, n°24 (8), p. 1035-1037.

Cusack M, Talbot N, Ondráček J et al. (2015). Variability of aerosols and chemical composition of PM10, PM2.5 and PM1 on a platform of the Prague underground metro. Atmos Environ, n°118, p. 176-183.

Ghosh B, Lal H, Srivastava A. (2015). Review of bioaerols in indoor environment with special reference to sampling, analysis and control mechanisms. Environ Intern, n° 85, p. 254-272.

Karakitsios S, Asikainen A, Garden C et al. (2015). Integrated exposure for risk assessment in indoor environments based on a review of concentration data on airborne chemical pollutants in domestic environments in Europe. J Indoor BuiltEnviron, n° 24(8), p. 1110-1146.

Lajoie P, Aubin D, Gingras V et al. (2015). The IVAIRE project – A randomized controlled study on the impact of ventilation on indoor air quality and the respiratory symptoms of asthmatic children in single family homes. Indoor Air, n° 25(6), p. 582-597.

Langer S, Ramalho O, Derbez M et al. (2016). Indoor environmental quality in French dwellings and building characteristics. Atmos Environ, n° 128, p. 82-91.

Liu X, Mason MA, Guo Z et al. (2015). Source emission and model evaluation of formaldehyde from composite and solid wood furniture in a full-scale chamber. Atmos Environ, n° 122, p. 561-568.

Salthammer T. (2016). Very volatile organic compounds: an understudied class of indoor air pollutants. Indoor Air, n° 26 (1) p. 25-38.

Verrier A, Menard C, Arwidson P et al. (2016). Caractéristiques socio-économiques des ménages accidentellement intoxiqués par le monoxyde de carbone, France, hiver 2013-2014. Bull Epidemiol Hebd, n°  2-3, p. 20-27.

Weschler CJ. (2016). Roles of the human occupant in indoor chemistry. Indoor Air, n° 26 (1), p. 6-24.

Immissions-expositions

Baklanov A, Molina LT, Gauss M. (2016). Megacities, air quality and climate. Atmos Environ, n° 126, p. 235-249.

Brauer M, Freedman G, Frostad J. (2016). Ambient Air Pollution Exposure Estimation for the Global Burden of Disease 2013. Environ Sci Technol, n° 50 (1), p. 79-88.

Chen W, Tang H, Zhao H. (2015). Diurnal, weekly and monthly spatial variations of air pollutants and air quality of Beijing. Atmos Environ, n° 119, p. 21-34.

Dunmore R, Hopkins J, Lidster R et al. (2015). Diesel-related hydrocarbons can dominate gas phase reactive carbon in megacities. Atmosph Chem Phys Discussions, n° 15(6), p. 9541-9571.

Duque L, Relvas H, Silveira C et al. (2016). Evaluating strategies to reduce urban air pollution. Atmos Environ, n° 127, p. 196-204.

Gallagher J, Baldauf R, Fuller CH et al. (2015). Passive methods for improving air quality in the built environment: A review of porous and solid barriers. Atmos Environ, n° 120, p. 61-70.

Goel R, Gani S, Guttikunda SK et al. (2015). On-road PM2.5 pollution exposure in multiple transport microenvironments in Delhi. Atmos Environ, n° 123 A, p. 129-138.

Grundström M, Hak C, Chen D et al. (2015). Variation and co-variation of PM10, particle number concentration, NOx and NO2 in the urban air – Relationships with wind speed, vertical temperature gradient and weather type. Atmos Environ, n° 120, p. 317-327.

Hankey S, Marshall JD. (2015). On-bicycle exposure to particulate air pollution: Particle number, black carbon, PM2.5, and particle size. Atmos Environ, n° 122, p. 65-73.

Irga PJ, Burchett MD, Torpy FR. (2015). Does urban forestry have a quantitative effect on ambient air quality in an urban environment? Atmos Environ, n° 120, p. 173-181.

Kendrick CM, Koonce P, George LA. (2015). Diurnal and seasonal variations of NO, NO2 and PM2.5 mass as a function of traffic volumes alongside an urban arterial. Atmos Environ, n° 122, p. 133-141.

Lee JY, Ryu SH, Lee G, Bae GN. (2016). Indoor-to-outdoor particle concentration ratio model for human exposure analysis. Atmos Environ, n° 127, p. 100-106.

Martenies SE, Wilkins D, Batterman SA. (2015). Health impact metrics for air pollution management strategies. Environ Intern, n° 85, p. 84-95.

Reche C, Rivas I, Pandolfi M et al. (2015). Real-time indoor and outdoor measurements of black carbon at primary schools. Atmos Environ, n° 120, p. 417-426.

Sayegh A, Tate JE, Ropkins K. (2016). Understanding how roadside concentrations of NOx are influenced by the background levels, traffic density, and meteorological conditions using Boosted Regression Trees. Atmos Environ, n° 127, p. 163-175.

Strum M, Scheffe R. (2016). National review of ambient air toxics observations. J Air Waste Manage Assoc, n° 66 (2), p. 120-133.

Viana M, Rivas L, Reche C et al. (2015). Field comparison of portable and stationary instruments for outdoor urban air exposure assessments. Atmos Environ, n° 123 A, p. 220-228.

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