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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Physical & Chemical Characterization of Emissions from 2-Stroke Motorcycles - Comparison with 4-Stroke EnginesMARTINI Giorgio; ASTORGA-LLORENS Maria; ADAM Thomas; BONNEL Pierre; FARFALETTI Arianna; JUNNINEN Heiki; MANFREDI Urbano; MONTERO Larisse; MUELLER Anne; KRASENBRINK Alois, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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
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
2007Receptor Modeling Source Apportionment of PM10 and Benzo(a)pyrene in Krakow, PolandASTORGA-LLORENS MARIA; CANCELINHA JOSE; DE SANTI GIOVANNI; DOUGLAS KEVIN; NIEDZIALEK JOANNA; JIMENEZ MINGO JOSE; REY GARROTE Maria; JUNINNEN Heikki; DUVALL Rachelle; STANCZYK Krzysztof, et alContributions to Conferences
2006Research on Particle Emissions of Modern 2-Stroke ScootersCZERWINSKI Jan; COMTE Pierre; LARSEN BO; MARTINI GIORGIO; MAYER AndreasContributions to Conferences
2005Semicontinuous GC Analysis and Receptor Modelling for Source Apportionment of Ozone Precursor Hydrocarbons in Bresso, Milan, 2003LATELLA Aurelio; STANI Gianluca; COBELLI Luigi; DUANE MATTHEW; JUNNINEN Heikki; ASTORGA-LLORENS MARIA; LARSEN BOContributions to Conferences
2005Source Apportionment of Ozone Precursor VOCs in Urban Atmospheres by Receptor ModellingJUNNINEN Heikki; BORBON A.; LARSEN BO; ASTORGA LLORENS Covadonga; LOGOGE NContributions to Conferences
2009Source Apportionment of PM10 and Associated Air Toxics Using Chemical Analysis and Receptor Modelling in Highly Polluted Areas: Overview of Results from the Po Valley Italy and Krakow, PolandLARSEN Bo; JIMENEZ MINGO JoseContributions to Conferences
2008Source Attribution of Urban Smog Episodes Caused by Coal CombustionMIRA-SALAMA Daniel; GRUENING CARSTEN; JENSEN NIELS; CAVALLI PAOLO; PUTAUD JEAN-PHILIPPE; LARSEN BO; RAES FRANK; COE HughArticles in Journals
2011Sources for PM air pollution in the Po Plain, Italy: I. Critical comparison of methods for estimating biomass burning contributions to benzo(a)pyreneBELIS CLAUDIO; CANCELINHA Jose; DUANE Matthew; FORCINA Vittorio; PEDRONI Valerio; PASSARELLA Rosanna; TANET Gerard; DOUGLAS Kevin; PIAZZALUNGA Andrea; BOLZACCHINI Ezio, et alArticles in Journals
2012Sources for PM air pollution in the Po Plain, Italy: II. Probabilistic uncertainty characterization and sensitivity analysis of secondary and primary sourcesLARSEN Bo; GILARDONI Stefania; STENSTRÖM Kristina; NIEDZIALEK Joanna; JIMENEZ Jose; BELIS CLAUDIOArticles in Journals
2012Sources of High PM2.5 Concentrations in Milan, Northern Italy: Molecular Marker Data and CMB modellingPERRONE M. G.; LARSEN Bo; FERRERO L.; SANGIORGI Giorgia; DE GENNARO G.; UDISTI R.; ZANGRANDO R.; GAMBARO A.; BOLZACCHINI E.Articles in Journals
2011Vertical distribution of hydrocarbons in the low troposphere below and above the mixing height: Tethered balloon measurements in Milan, ItalySANGIORGI Giorgia; FERRERO L.; PERRONE M. G.; BOLZACCHINI E.; DUANE Matthew; LARSEN BoArticles in Journals
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