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Agay-Shay K, Peled A, Crespo AV et al. (2014). Green spaces and adverse pregnancy outcomes. Occup Environ Med , n° 71, p. 562-569.

Aman MM, Solangi KH, Hossain MS et al. (2014). A review of safety health and environmental (S.H.E.) issues of solar energy system. Renew Sustain Energy Rev, n° 41, p. 1190-1204.

Berrube A, Mosqueron L, Cavereau D et al. (2013). Methodology for semi-quantitative chemical risk assessments in healthcare facilities. Environ Risques Santé, n° 12, p. 508-520.

Godot C, Hossie G. (2014). Pour une consommation d’énergie plus éco-responsable ou comment concilier croissance et préservation de l’environnement. La Revue de l’Énergie, n° 621, p. 393-400

Grand D, Le Brun C, Vidil R. (2014). Transition énergétique et mix électrique : les énergies renouvelables peuvent-elles compenser une réduction du nucléaire ? Rev Énergie, n° 619, p. 211-220.

Hess JJ, Eidson M, Tlumak JE et al. (2014). An evidence-based public health approach to climate change adaptation. Environ Health Perspect, n° 122, p. 1177-1186.

McCoy D, Hoskins B (2014). The science of anthropogenic climate change: what every doctor should know, British Medical Journal, 4 octobre, n° 349, p. 17-20.

Patz JA, Frumkin H, Holloway T et al. (2014). Climate change. Challenges and opportunities for global health. Journal American Medical Association, n° 312 (15), p. 1565-1580.

Princiotta FT, Loughlin DH (2014). Global climate change: the quantifiable sustainability challenge. Journal Air Waste Management Association, n° 64 (9), p. 979-994.

Thomson H, Liddell C (2014). The sustainability of wood pellet heating for domestic household: a review of literature. Renew Sustain Energy Rev, n° 42, p. 1362-1369.

Treyer K, Bauer C, Simons A (2014). Human health impacts in the life cycle of future European electricity generation. Energy Pol, n° 74, p. S31-S44.

Ucci M (2014). Exploring the road less travelled in energy reduction: more comfort with less energy but is comfort always essential ? Indoor Built Environ, n° 23, p. 1057-1059.

Guo Z (2014). Improve our understanding of semi volatile organic compounds in buildings. Indoor Built Environ, n° 23, p. 769-773.

Sources et émissions

Émissions à l’intérieur des locaux

Bentayeb M, Billionnet C, Baiz N et al. (2013). Higher prevalence of breathlessness in elderly exposed to indoor aldehydes and VOCs in a representative sample of French dwellings. Respir Med, n° 107 (10), p. 1598-1607.

Borras-Santos A, Jacobs JH, Taubel M et al. (2013). Dampness and mould in schools and respiratory symptoms in children: the HITEA study. Occup Environ Med, n° 70 (10), p. 6817.

Carteni A., Cascetta F., Campana S. (2015). Underground and ground-level particulate matter concentrations in an Italian metro system. Atmos Environ n° 101, p. 328-37.

Casas L, Torrent M, Zock JP et al (2013). Early life exposures to home dampness, pet ownership and farm animals contact and neuropsychological development in 4 year old children: a prospective birth control study. Intern J Hyg Environ Health, n° 216 (6), p. 690-697.

Diapouli A, Chaloulakou A, Koutrakis P (2013). Estimating the concentration of indoor particles of outdoor origin: a review. J Air Waste Manag Assoc, n° 63 (10), p. 1113-1129.

Fuller CH, Brugge D, Williams PL et al. (2013). Indoor and outdoor measurements of particle number concentration in near-highway homes. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiology, n° 23 (5), p. 506-512.

Michelot N, Marchand C, Ramalho O et al. (2013). Monitoring indoor quality in French schools and day care centers.HVAC and R Research, n° 19 (8), p. 1083-1089.

Nazaroff WW (2014). Illumination, lighting technologies and indoor environmental quality. Indoor Air, n° 24, p 225-226.

Park D., Lee T., Hwang D. et al. (2014). Identification of the sources of PM10 in a subway tunnel using positive matrix factorization.  J Air Waste Manage Assoc  n°64 (12), p. 1361-68.

Park J.S., Jee N.-Y., Jeong J.-W. (2014). Effects of types of ventilation system on indoor particle concentrations in residential buildings. Indoor Air n° 24(6), p. 629-38

Ramalho O, Mandin C, Riberon J et al. (2013). Air stuffiness and air exchange rate in French schools and day-care centers. Inter J Vent, n° 12, p. 175-180.

Rosbach STM, Vonk M, Duijm F et al (2013). A ventilation intervention study in classrooms to improve indoor air quality: the FRESH study. Environ Health, n° 12, p. 110.

Salonen H., Duchaine C., Mazaheri M. et al. (2015). Airborne viable fungi in school environments in different climatic regions – A review. Atmos Environ n° 104, p. 186-94.

Schober W, Szendrei K, Matzen W et al. (2014). Use of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) impairs indoor air quality and increases Fe n° levels of e-cigarette consumers. Inter J Hyg Environ Health, n° 217, p. 628-637.

Su FC, Mukherjee B, Batterman S (2013). Determinants of personal, indoor and outdoor VOC concentrations: an analysis of the RIOPA data. Environ Res, n° 126, p. 192-203.

Sources extérieures

Marais E.A., Jacob D.J., Wecht K. et al. (2014). Anthropogenic emissions in Nigeria and implications for atmospheric ozone pollution: A view from space. Atmos Environ n° 99, p. 32-40.

Hulskotte J.H.J., Roskam G.D., Denier van der Gon H.A.C. (2014). Elemental composition of current automotive braking materials and derived air emission factors.  Atmos Environ n° 99, p. 436-45.

Dedoussi I.C., Barrett S.R.H. (2014).Air pollution and early deaths in the United States. Part II: Attribution of PM2.5 exposure to emissions species, time, location and sector. Atmos Environ n° 99, p. 610-17.

Winther M., Kousgaard U., Ellermann T. et al. (2015). Emissions of NOx, particle mass and particle numbers from aircraft main engines, APU's and handling equipment at Copenhagen Airport. Atmos Environ n° 100, p. 218-29.

Momenimovahed A., Handford D., Checkel M.D., Olfert J.S. (2015). Particle number emission factors and volatile fraction of particles emitted from on-road gasoline direct injection passenger vehicles. Atmos Environ n° 102, p. 105-111.

Morelli X., Foraster M., Aguilera I. et al. (2015). Short-term associations between traffic-related noise, particle number and traffic flow in three European cities. Atmos Environ n° 103, p. 25-33.

Keuken M.P., Moerman M., Zandveld P. et al. (2015). Total and size-resolved particle number and black carbon concentrations in urban areas near Schiphol airport (the Netherlands).  Atmos Environ n° 104, p. 132-142.

Janhäll S. (2015). Review on urban vegetation and particle air pollution – Deposition and dispersion. Atmos Environ n° 105, p. 130-7.

Masri S., Kang C-M., Koutrakis P. (2015). Composition and sources of fine and coarse particles collected during 2002–2010 in Boston, MA.  J Air Waste Manage Assoc  n° 65 (3), p. 287-97.

Lurmann F., Avol Ed., Gilliland F. (2015). Emissions reduction policies and recent trends in Southern California’s ambient air quality. J Air Waste Manage Assoc  n°65 (3), p. 324-35.


Beelen R, Stafoggia M, Raaschon-Nilsen O et al. (2014). Long term exposure to air pollution and cardio-vascular mortality: an analysis of 22 European cohorts. Epidemiology, n° 25, p. 268-278.

Chen L, Villeneuve PJ, Rowe BH et al. (2014). The Air Quality Health Index as a predictor of emergency department visits for ischemic stroke in Edmonton, Canada. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol, n° 24, p. 358-364.

Dadvand P, Ostro B, Amato F et al. (2014). Particulate air pollution and preeclampsia: a source-based analysis. Occup Environ Med, n° 71, p. 570-577.

Forester M, Künzli N, Aguilera I et al. (2014). High blood pressure and long term exposure to indoor noise and air pollution from road traffic. Environ Health Perspect, n° 122, p. 1193-1200.

Fuks KB, Weinmayr G, Foraster M et al. (2014). Arterial blood pressure and long term exposure to traffic-related air pollution: an analysis in the European Study of Cohorts for Air Pollution Effects ESCAPE, Environ Health Perspect, n° 122, p. 896-905.

Habre R, Moshler E, Castro W et al. (2014). The effects of PM2,5 and its components from indoor and outdoor sources on cough and wheeze symptoms in asthmatic children. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol, n° 24, p. 380-387.

Hamra GB, Guha N, Cohen A et al. (2014). Outdoor particulate matter exposure and lung cancer: a systematic review and metaanalysis, Environ Health Perspect, n° 122, p. 906-911.

Hammond D, Croghan C, Shin H et al. (2014). Cardiovascular impacts and micro-environmental exposure factors associated with continuous personal PM2,5 monitoring. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol, n° 24, p. 337-345.

Mac Intyre EA, Gehring U, Mölter A et al. (2014). Air pollution and respiratory infections during early childhood: an analysis of 10 European birth cohorts within the ESCAPE Project. Environ Health Perspect, n° 122, p. 107-113.

Stafoggia M, Cesaroni G, Peters A et al. (2014). Long-term exposure to ambient air pollution and incidence of cerebrovascular events: results from 11 European cohorts within the ESCAPE Project. Environ Health Perspect, n° 122, p. 919-925.

Vinikoor-Imler LC, Owens EO, Nichols JL et al. (2014). Evaluating response-modifying factors for association between ozone and health outcomes. A weight-of-evidence. Environ Health Perspect, n° 122, p. 1166-1176.

Stabile L., Fuoco F.C., Marini S., Buonanno G. (2015). Effects of the exposure to indoor cooking-generated particles on nitric oxide exhaled by women. Atmos Environ n° 103, p. 238-46.

Shin H.H., Jones P., Brook R. et al. (2015). Associations between personal exposures to VOCs and alterations in cardiovascular physiology: Detroit Exposure and Aerosol Research Study (DEARS). Atmos Environ n° 104, p. 246-55.

Fuentes-Leonarte V., Estarlich M., Ballester F. et al. (2015). Pre- and postnatal exposure to tobacco smoke and respiratory outcomes during the first year. Indoor Air n° 25(1), p.4-12.

Eklund A.G., Chow J.C., Greenbaum D.S. et al. (2014). Public health and components of particulate matter: The changing assessment of black carbon. .  J Air Waste Manage Assoc  n° 64 (11), p. 1221-31.

Immissions- expositions

Soret A., Guevara M., Baldasano J.M. (2014). The potential impacts of electric vehicles on air quality in the urban areas of Barcelona and Madrid (Spain). Atmos Environ n° 99, p. 51-63.

Derwent R.G., Dernie J.I.R., Dollard G.J. et al. (2014). Twenty years of continuous high time resolution volatile organic compound monitoring in the United Kingdom from 1993 to 2012.  Atmos Environ n° 99, p. 239-47.

Garrido A., Jiménez-Guerrero P., Ratola N. (2014). Levels, trends and health concerns of atmospheric PAHs in Europe. Atmos Environ n° 99, p. 474-84.

Brokamp C., Rao M.B., Fan Z., Ryan P.H. (2015). Does the elemental composition of indoor and outdoor PM2.5 accurately represent the elemental composition of personal PM2.5? Atmos Environ n° 101, p. 226-34.

Almeida-Silva M., Almeida S.M., Pegas P.N. et al. (2015). Exposure and dose assessment to particle components among an elderly population. . Atmos Environ n° 102, p. 156-66.

Zauli Sajani S., Ricciardelli I., Trentini A. et al. (2015). Spatial and indoor/outdoor gradients in urban concentrations of ultrafine particles and PM2.5 mass and chemical components. Atmos Environ n° 103, p. 307-20.

Duyzer J., van den Hout D., Zandveld P., van Ratingen S. (2015). Representativeness of air quality monitoring networks. Atmos Environ n° 104, p.  88-101.

Fonseca J., Slezakova K., Morais S., Pereira M.C. (2014). Assessment of ultrafine particles in Portuguese preschools: levels and exposure doses. Indoor Air n° 24(6), p. 618–28.

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