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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Air Quality, Human Exposure and Health Impact Assessment of Air Pollution in Ljubljana, SloveniaFIELD Robert; GERBOLES MICHEL; PEREZ BALLESTA PASCUAL; NIKOLOVA EVTIMOVA Irina; BAEZA-CARACENA Antonia; BUZICA DANIELA; CONNOLLY RICHARD; CAO NATALE; AMANTINI Luciano; LAGLER FRIEDRICH, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1998Application of Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry to the Identification of Single Particles of Uranium and their Isotopic Measurement.TAMBORINI Gabriella; BETTI Maria; FORCINA Vittorio; HIERNAUT Tania; GIOVANNONE Bruno; KOCH Lothar winfriedArticles 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
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
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
2013Thermal neutron detection using a silicon pad detector and 6LiF removable convertersBARBAGALLO M.; COSENTINO Luigi; FORCINA Vittorio; MARCHETTA Carmelo; PAPPALARDO Alfio; PEERANI Paolo; SCIRE' Carlotta; SCIRE' Sergio; SCHILLACI Maria; VACCARO Stefano, et alArticles in Journals
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