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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Seasonal and Daily Source Apportionment of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Concentrations in PM10 in a Semi-Rural European AreaVAN DROOGE Barend; PEREZ BALLESTA PascualArticles in Journals
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
2013Spatially-resolved Assessment of Land and Water Use Scenarios for Shale Gas Development: Poland and GermanyLAVALLE Carlo; BARANZELLI CLAUDIA; VANDECASTEELE INE; RIBEIRO BARRANCO RICARDO; MARI RIVERO INES; SALA SERENELLA; PEREZ BALLESTA Pascual; BOROWIAK Annette; DE ROO Arie; FIELD R. A., et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Thermal desorption gas chromatography¿mass spectrometry as an enhanced method for the quantification of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from ambient air particulate matterVAN DROOGE Barend; PEREZ BALLESTA Pascual; NIKOLOVA I.Articles in Journals
2013Thermal desorption GC-MS as a tool to provide PAH certified standard reference material on particulate matter quartz filtersGRANDESSO Emanuela; PEREZ BALLESTA Pascual; KOWALEWSKI KonradArticles in Journals
2005The Uncertainty of Averaging a Time Series of Measurements and its Use in Environmental LegislationPEREZ BALLESTA PASCUALArticles in Journals
2005The Uncertainty of Averaging a Time Series of Measurements and Its Use in Environmental Legislation.PEREZ BALLESTA PascualArticles in Journals
2007Workshop of Demonstration of Equivalence of Ambient Air Monitoring Methods: Oral and Posters Presentations - Final DiscussionPEREZ BALLESTA PASCUALBooks
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