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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Field Evaluation of NanoEnvi Microsensors for O3 MonitoringGERBOLES Michel; FUMAGALLI Ivano; LAGLER Friedrich; YATKIN SINANEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Field test of available methods to measure remotely SO2 and NOx emissions from shipsBALZANI LÖÖV Jacob; ALFOLDY Balint; BEECKEN Jörg; BERG Niklas; BERKHOUT A.j.c.; DUYZER J.; GAST L.f.l.; HJORTH Jens; JALKANEN Jukka Pekka; LAGLER Friedrich, et alArticles in Journals
2006International Comparison CCQM-P28: Ozone at Ambient LevelVIALLON Joële; MOUSSAY Philippe; ESLER Michael; WIELGOSZ Robert; BREMSER Wolfram; NOVÁK Jiří; VOKOUN Miroslav; BOTHA Angelique; VAN RENSBURG Mellisa Janse; ZELLWEGER Christoph, et alArticles in Journals
2007International Key Comparison CCQM-K226b and Pilot Study CCQM P50b (S02): Comparison of Primary Standards of Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) in Synthetic AirMARUYAMA MASAAKI; NOVAK JIRI; WALDEN JARI; DIAS FLORBELA; BOROWIAK ANNETTE; LAGLER FRIEDRICH; SEONG KIM Jin; MACE TATIANA; GUENTHER Franklin R.; VAN DER VEEN Adriaan, et alArticles in Journals
2013JRC – Ispra Atmosphere – Biosphere – Climate Integrated monitoring Station : 2011 reportPUTAUD Jean-Philippe; ADAM Mariana; BELIS CLAUDIO; BERGAMASCHI Peter; CANCELINHA Jose; CAVALLI Fabrizia; CESCATTI Alessandro; NASSIF MOUSSA DAOU DAVID; DELL'ACQUA Alessandro; DOUGLAS Kevin, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Laboratory and Field Comparison of Measurements Obtained Using the Available Diffusive Samplers for Ozone and Nitrogen Dioxide in Ambient AirGERBOLES MICHEL; BUZICA DANIELA; AMANTINI Luciano; LAGLER FRIEDRICHContributions to Conferences
2013Measurements of air pollution emission factors for marine transportation in SECABALINT Alfoldy; BALZANI LÖÖV Jacob; LAGLER Friedrich; MELLQVIST Johan; BERG Niklas; BEECKEN Jörg; WESTSTRATE Hilbrand; DUYZER Jan; BENES László; HOREMANS Benjamin, et alArticles in Journals
2008Physically Constrained Receptor Modelling of PM10 from Winter Time KrakowJUNNINEN Heikki; MOENSTER Jacob; REY Maria; CANCELINHA Jose; DOUGLAS Kevin; DUANE Matthew; FORCINA Vittorio; MUELLER Anne; LAGLER Friedrich; MARELLI Luisa, et alContributions to Conferences
2006PM Measurements in Krakow During a Winter CampaignMARELLI LUISA; LAGLER FRIEDRICH; BOROWIAK ANNETTE; DROSSINOS IOANNIS; GERBOLES MICHEL; BUZICA DANIELA; SZAFRANIEC K; NIEDZIALEK JOANNA; JIMENEZ MINGO JOSE; DE SANTI GIOVANNIContributions to Conferences
2011A Quality Assurance and Control Program for PM2.5 and PM10 measurements in European Air Quality Monitoring NetworksLAGLER Friedrich; BELIS CLAUDIO; BOROWIAK AnnetteEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Quantifying the Impact of Residential Heating on the Urban Air Quality in a Typical European Coal Combustion RegionJUNNINEN Heiki; MOENSTER Jacob; REY Maria; CANCELINHA Jose; DOUGLAS Kevin; DUANE Matthew; FORCINA Vittorio; MUELLER Anne; LAGLER Friedrich; MARELLI Luisa, et alArticles in Journals
2014Research Evaluation of the Laboratory Comparison Exercise for NO, NO2, SO2, CO and O3 Langen (D) 1st - 6th September 2013BARBIERE MAURIZIO; LAGLER Friedrich; MUECKE Hans-Guido; STUMMER VolkerEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Second EC-JRC Aromatic Compounds Intercomparison with Automatic AnalyzerPEREZ BALLESTA Pascual; CONNOLLY Richard; CAO Natale; LAGLER Friedrich; KAPUS DUKARIC MatejEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2002Uncertainty of NO2 Measurements by Chemilumiscence. A Case Study at the JRC-AIRMON Station and Discussion of the Quality Objective of the NO2 European DirectiveGERBOLES Michel; REMBGES Diana; BRUN Claude; LAGLER FriedrichEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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