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De Boeck L., Verbeff S., Audenaert A., De Mesmaeker L. (2015). Improving the energy performance of residential buildings : a literature review. Renew Sustain Energy Rev, n° 52, p. 960-75.

Cardenas Rodriguez M., Dupont Courtade L., Oueslati W. (2015). Air pollution and urban structure linkage: evidence from European cities. Renew Sustain Energy Rev, n° 53, p. 1-9.

Zhao D.X., He B.J., Johnson C., Mou B. (2015). Social problems of green buildings: from the humanistic needs to social acceptance. Renew Sustain Energy Rev, n° 51, p. 1594-1609.

Sources et émissions

Sources extérieures

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Tartakovsky L., Baibikov, Comte P. et al. (2015). Ultrafine particle emissions by in-use diesel buses of various generations at low-load regimes, Atmos Environ, n° 107, p. 273-280.

Nogueira T., Ferreira de Souza K., Fornaro A. et al. (2015). On-road emissions of carbonyls from vehicles powered by biofuel blends in traffic tunnels in the Metropolitan Area of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Atmos Environ,n° 108, p. 88-97.

Flentje H., Briel B., Beck C. et al. (2015). Identification and monitoring of Saharan dust: An inventory representative for south Germany since 1997, Atmos Environ,n° 109, p. 87-96.

Salvador P., Artíñano B., Viana M.M. et al. (2015). Multicriteria approach to interpret the variability of the levels of particulate matter and gaseous pollutants in the Madrid metropolitan area, during the 1999-2012 period, Atmos Environ,n° 109, p. 205-216.

Qu L., Li M., Chen D. et al. (2015). Multivariate analysis between driving condition and vehicle emission for light duty gasoline vehicles during rush hours, Atmos Environ, n° 110, p. 103-110.

Vinciguerra T., Yao S., Dadzie J. et al. (2015). Regional air quality impacts of hydraulic fracturing and shale natural gas activity: Evidence from ambient VOC observations, Atmos Environ,n° 110, p. 144-150.

Holman C., Harrison R., Querol X. (2015). Review of the efficacy of low emission zones to improve urban air quality in European cities, Atmos Environ,n° 111, p. 161-169.

Winkel A., Mosquera J., Groot Koerkamp P.W.G. et al. (2015). Emissions of particulate matter from animal houses in the Netherlands, Atmos Environ,n° 111, p. 202-212.

Rashti M.R., Wang W., Moody P. et al. (2015). Fertiliser-induced nitrous oxide emissions from vegetable production in the world and the regulating factors: A review, Atmos Environ,n° 112, p. 225-233.

Westerlund J., Hallquist M., Hallquist A.M. (2015). Characterization of fleet emissions from ships through multi-individual determination of size-resolved particle emissions in a coastal area,Atmos Environ,n° 112, p. 159-166.

Bittman S., Jones K., Vingarzan R. et al. (2015). Weekly agricultural emissions and ambient concentrations of ammonia: Validation of an emission inventory, Atmos Environ, n° 113, p. 108-117.

Krasowsky T., Daher N., Sioutas C., Ban-Weiss G. (2015). Measurement of particulate matter emissions from in-use locomotives, Atmos Environ, n° 113, p. 187-196.

Liu J., Chen H., Zhu Q. et al. (2015). A novel pathway of direct methane production and emission by eukaryotes including plants, animals and fungi: An overview, Atmos Environ, n° 115, p. 26-35.

Wood D., Cowherd S., Van Hevst B. (2015). A summary of ammonia emission factors and quality criteria for commercial poultry production in North America, Atmos Environ, n° 115, p. 236-245.

Tang N.W., Apte J.S., Martien P.T., Kirchstetter T.W. (2015). Measurement of black carbon emissions from in-use diesel-electric passenger locomotives in California, Atmos Environ, n° 115, p. 295-303.

Calvo A.I., Martins V., Nunes T. et al. (2015). Residential wood combustion in two domestic devices: Relationship of different parameters throughout the combustion cycle, Atmos Environ, n° 116, p. 72-82.

Khalek I.A., Blanks M.G., Merritt P.M., Zielinska B. (2015). Regulated and unregulated emissions from modern 2010 emissions-compliant heavy-duty on-highway diesel engines, J Air Waste Manage Assoc, n° 65 (8), p. 987-1001.

Gomez A., Dopico M. (2015). Review of the current state and main sources of dioxins around the world,J Air Waste Manage Assoc, n° 65 (9), p. 1033-1049.

Heinzen J.G. (2015). Recent developments in the quantification and regulation of air emissions from animal feeding operations, Curr Environ Health Rep 2 (1), p. 25-32.

Émissions à l’intérieur des locaux

Rivas I., Viana M., Moreno T. et al. (2015). Outdoor infiltration and indoor contribution of UFP and BC, OC, secondary inorganic ions and metals in PM2.5 in schools, Atmos Environ,n° 106, p. 129-138.

Viana M., Rivas I., Querol X. et al (2015). Partitioning of trace elements and metals between quasi-ultrafine, accumulation and coarse aerosols in indoor and outdoor air in schools, Atmos Environ,n° 106, p. 392-401.

Fromme H., Schober W. (2015). Waterpipes and e-cigarettes: Impact of alternative smoking techniques on indoor air quality and health, Atmos Environ,n° 106, p. 429-441.

Mishra N., Bartsch J., Ayoko G.A. et al. (2015). Volatile Organic Compounds: Characteristics, distribution and sources in urban schools, Atmos Environ,n° 106, p. 485-491.

Vance M.E., Marr L.C. (2015). Exposure to airborne engineered nanoparticles in the indoor environment, Atmos Environ,n° 106, p. 503-509.

Madureira J., Paciência I., Rufo J.C. et al. (2015). Assessment and determinants of airborne bacterial and fungal concentrations in different indoor environments: Homes, child day-care centres, primary schools and elderly care centres, Atmos Environ,n° 109, p. 139-146.

Guan J., Li Z., Yang X. (2015). Net in-cabin emission rates of VOCs and contributions from outside and inside the aircraft cabin, Atmos Environ,n° 111, p. 1-9.

Minguillón M.C., Rivas I., Moreno T. et al. (2015). Road traffic and sandy playground influence on ambient pollutants in schools,Atmos Environ,n° 111, p. 94-102.

Nevalainen A., Täubel M., Hyvärinen A. (2015). Indoor fungi: companions and contaminants, Indoor Air,n° 25(2), p. 125-156.

Bennett D.H., Moran R.E., Wu X. et al. (2015). Polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) concentrations and resulting exposure in homes in California: relationships among passive air, surface wipe and dust concentrations, and temporal variability, Indoor Air, n° 25(2), p. 220-229.

Holst G., Høst A., Doekes G. et al. (2015). Determinants of house dust, endotoxin, and β-(13)-D-glucan in homes of Danish children, Indoor Air, n° 25(3), p. 245-259.

Berry S., Davidson K. (2015). Zero energy houses. Are they economically viable?, Energy Policy, n° 85, p. 12-21.

Ionescu C., Baracu T., Vlad G.E. et al. (2015). The historical evolution of the energy efficient buildings, Renew Sustain Energy Rev, n° 49, p. 243-253.

Mensah-Attipoe J., Reponen T., Salmela A. et al. (2015). Susceptibility of green and conventional buildings materials to microbial growth, Indoor Air, n° 3, p. 273-284.

Persily A. (2015). Challenge in developing ventilation and indoor air quality standards: the role of ASHRAE Standard 62, Building and Environment, n° 91, p. 61-69.

Solaimani S., Keijzer-Broers W., Bouwman H. (2015). What we do and don’t know about the smart home: an analysis of the smart home literature, Indoor and Built Environment,n°3, p. 370-383.

Stephens B., Adams R.I., Bhangar S. et al (2015). From commensalism to mutualism: integrating the microbial ecology, building science and indoor air communities to advance research on the indoor microbiome, J Indoor Built Environ, n° 1, p. 1-3.

Sun Y., Huang P., Huang G. (2015). A multi-criteria system design optimization for net zero energy buildings under uncertainties, Energy and Buildings, n° 97, p. 196-204.

Wei W., Ramalho O., Mandin C. (2015). Indoor air quality requirements in green building certifications, Building Environ, n° 92, p. 10-19.

De Gennaro G., Loiotile A.D., Fracchiolla R. et al. (2015). Temporal variation of VOC emission from solvent and water based wood stains,Atmos Environ,n° 115, p. 53-61.

Morrison G., Li H., Mishra S., Buechlein M. (2015). Airborne phthalate partitioning to cotton clothing, Atmos Environ, n° 115, p. 149-152.

Cartechini L., Castellini, Moroni B. et al. (2015). Acute episodes of black carbon and aerosol contamination in a museum environment: Results of integrated real-time and off-line measurements, Atmos Environ, n° 116, p. 130-137.

Maddalena R., Mendell M.J., Eliseeva K. (2015). Effects of ventilation rate per person and per floor area on perceived air quality, sick building syndrome symptoms, and decision-making, Indoor Air, n° 25(4), p. 362-370.

Kielb C., Lin S., Muscatiello N. et al. (2015). Building-related health symptoms and classroom indoor air quality: a survey of school teachers in New York State, Indoor Air, n° 25(4), p. 371-380.

Hult E.L., Willem H., Price P.N. et al. (2015). Formaldehyde and acetaldehyde exposure mitigation in US residences: in-home measurements of ventilation control and source control,Indoor Air, n° 25(5), p. 523-535.

Berry S, Davidson K. (2015). Zero energy homes. Are they economically viable?, Energy Pol, n° 85, p. 12-21.

Carrer P., Wargocki P., Fanetti A. et al. (2015). What does the scientific literature tell us about the ventilation-health relationship in public and residential buildings, Build Environ, n° 94, p. 273-286.

Chatzidiakou L., Mumovic D., Summerfield A. (2015). Is CO2 a good proxy for indoor air quality in classroom? Part 1: the interrelationships between thermal conditions, CO2 levels, ventilation rates and selected indoor pollutants. Build Serv Enginer Res Technol, n° 36, p. 129-161. Part 2: health outcomes and perceived indoor air quality in relation to classroom exposure and building characteristics. Ibid., p. 162-81.

Clark M.L, Peel G.L. (2014). Perspectives in household air pollution research: who will benefit from interventions? Curr Environ Health Rep, n° 1(3), p. 250-257.

Forgiarini Rupp R., Giraldo Vasquez N., Lamberts R. (2015). A review of human thermal comfort in the built environment. Energy Build, n° 105, p. 178-205.

Nazaroff W.W, Goldstein A.H. (2015). Editorial. Indoor chemistry: research opportunities and challenges. Indoor Air, n° 25(4), p. 357-361.

Poulhet G., Dusanter S., Crunaire S. et al. (2015). Recent developments of passive samplers for measuring material emission rate: toward simple tools to help improving indoor air quality. Build Environ, n° 93, p. 106-114.

Ramalho O., Wyart G., Mandin C. et al. (2015). Association of carbon dioxide with indoor air pollutants and exceedance of health guideline values. Build Environ, n° 93, p. 115-124.

Rocchi S., Reboux G., Frossard V. et al. (2015). Microbiological characterization of 3193 French dwellings of Elfe Cohort Children. (2015). Sci Total Environ, n° 505, p. 1026-1035.

Samet J.M., Chanson D., Wippli H. (2015). The challenges of limiting exposure to THS (ThirdHand Tobacco Smoke) in vulnerable populations. Curr Environ Health Rep, n° 2(3), p. 215-225.

Schieweck A., Bock M.C. (2015). Emissions from low-VOC and zero-VOC paints. Valuable alternatives to conventional formulations also for use in sensitive environments? Build. Environ, n°85, p. 243-252.

Wargocki P., Lai A. (2015). Editorial. Special issue on indoor pollutants, chemistry and health: selected papers presented at Indoor Air 2014 Conference in Hong Kong. Build Environ, n°93, p. 1-2.

Wargocki P. (2015). Editorial. What are indoor air quality priorities for energy-efficient buildings? J Indoor Built Environ, n° 24(5), p. 579-582.


Adar S.D., Filigrani P.A., Clementi N. et al. (2014). Ambient coarse particulate matter and human health: a systematic review and metaanalysis. Curr Environ Health Rep, n° 1(3), p. 258-274.

Breton C.V., Marutani A.N. (2014). Air pollution and epigenetics: recent findings. Curr Environ Health Rep, n° 1(1), p. 35-45.

Hajat A., Hsia C., O’ Neill. (2014). Socioeconomic disparities and air pollution exposure: a global review. Curr Environ Health Rep, n° 1(5).

Krall J.R., Chang H.H., Sarnat S.E. et al. (2014). Current methods and challenge for epidemiological studies of the association between chemical constituents of particulate matter and health. Curr Environ Health Rep, n° 1(5).

Li Y., Henze D.K., 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.

Liu S., Zhang K. (2015). Fine particulate matter components and mortality in Greater Houston: did the risk reduce from 2000 to 2011? Sci Total Environ, n° 538, p. 162-168.

Park S.K., Wang W. (2014). Ambient air pollution and type 2 diabetes mellitus: a systematic review of epidemiological research. Curr Environ Health Rep, n° 1(3), p. 275-286.

Weisskopf M.G., Kioumourtzoglou M.A., Roberts A.L. (2014). Air pollution and autism spectrum disorders: causal or confounded ? Curr Environ Health Rep, n° 1(5).


Wierzbicka A., Bohgard M., Pagels J.H. et al. (2015). Quantification of differences between occupancy and total monitoring periods for better assessment of exposure to particles in indoor environments. Atmos Environ,n° 106, p. 419-428.

Isaxon C., Gudmundsson A., Nordin E.Z. et al. (2015). Contribution of indoor-generated particles to residential exposure.Atmos Environ,n° 106, p. 458-466.

Kim Y., Sartelet K., Raut J-C., Chazette P. (2015). Influence of an urban canopy model and PBL schemes on vertical mixing for air quality modeling over Greater Paris,Atmos Environ,n° 107, p. 289-306.

Goel A., Kumar P. (2015). Characterisation of nanoparticle emissions and exposure at traffic intersections through fast-response mobile and sequential measurements, Atmos Environ, n° 107, p. 374-390.

Yang F., Kaul D., Wong K.C. et al. (2015). Heterogeneity of passenger exposure to air pollutants in public transport microenvironments. Atmos Environ,n° 109, p. 42-51.

Bekö G., Kjeldsen B.U., Olsen Y. et al. (2015). Contribution of various microenvironments to the daily personal exposure to ultrafine particles: Personal monitoring coupled with GPS tracking. Atmos Environ,n° 109, p. 122-129.

Spinazzè A., Cattaneo A., Scocca D.R. et al. (2015). Multi-metric measurement of personal exposure to ultrafine particles in selected urban microenvironments. Atmos Environ,n° 110, p. 8-17.

Eeftens M., Phuleria H.C. Meier R. et al. (2015). Spatial and temporal variability of ultrafine particles, NO2, PM2.5, PM2.5 absorbance, PM10 and PMcoarse in Swiss study areas. Atmos Environ,n° 111, p. 60-70.

Beauchamp M., Malherbe L., de Fouquet C. (2015). A pragmatic approach to estimate the number of days in exceedance of PM10 limit value. Atmos Environ,n° 111, p. 79-93.

Rivera-González L.O., Zhang Z., Sánchez B.N. et al. (2015). An assessment of air pollutant exposure methods in Mexico City, Mexico. J Air Waste Manage Assoc, n° 65(5), p. 581-591.

Butenhoff C.L., Khalil M.A.K., Porter W.C. et al. (2015). Evaluation of ozone, nitrogen dioxide, and carbon monoxide at nine sites in Saudi Arabia during 2007. J Air Waste Manage Assoc,n° 65(7), p. 871-886.

Lim S., Dirks K.N., Salmond J.A., Xie S. (2015). Determinants of spikes in ultrafine particle concentration whilst commuting by bus. Atmos Environ,n° 112, p. 1-8.

Wu H., Reis S., Lin C. et al. (2015). Identifying drivers for the intra-urban spatial variability of airborne particulate matter components and their interrelationships. Atmos Environ,n° 112, p. 306-316.

Gaudel A., Ancellet G., Godin-Beekmann S. (2015). Analysis of 20 years of tropospheric ozone vertical profiles by lidar and ECC at Observatoire de Haute Provence (OHP) at 44°N, 6.7°E. Atmos Environ,n° 113, p. 78-89.

Molnar P., Stockfelt L., Barregard L., Sallsten G. (2015). Residential NOx exposure in a 35-year cohort study. Changes of exposure, and comparison with back extrapolation for historical exposure assessment. Atmos Environ,n° 115, p. 62-69.

Seidel D.J., Birnbaum A.N. (2015). Effects of Independence Day fireworks on atmospheric concentrations of fine particulate matter in the United States. Atmos Environ,n° 115, p. 192-198.

Masiol M., Harrison R.M. (2015). Quantification of air quality impacts of London Heathrow Airport (UK) from 2005 to 2012.Atmos Environ,n° 116, p. 308-319.

Prati M.V., Costagliola M.A., Ouaranta F., Murena F. (2015). Assessment of ambient air quality in the port of Naples. J Air Waste Manage Assoc, n° 65(8), p. 970-979.

Ginzburg H., Liu X., Baker M. et al. (2015). Monitoring study of the near-road PM2.5 concentrations in Maryland. J Air Waste Manage Assoc, n° 65(9), p. 1062-1071.

Henschel S., Le Tertre A., Atkinson R.W et al. (2015). Trends in nitrogen oxides in ambient air in nine European cities between 1999 and 2010. Atmosph Environ, n° 117, p. 234-241.

Krzyzanowsky M., Apte J.S., Bonjour S.P. et al. (2014). Air pollution in the Mega-cities. Curr Environ Health Rep, n° 1(3), p. 185-191.

Offermann F.J. (2015). Chemical emissions from e-cigarettes: direct and indirect (passive) exposures. Build Environ, n° 93, p 101-105.

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