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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Critical review and meta-analysis of ambient particulate matter source apportionment using receptor models in EuropeBELIS CLAUDIO; KARAGULIAN FEDERICO; LARSEN Bo; HOPKE PhilipArticles in Journals
2012Enhancing Source Apportionment with Receptor Models to Foster the Air Quality Directive ImplementationKARAGULIAN FEDERICO; BELIS CLAUDIOArticles in Journals
2012Evaluation of a portable nephelometer against the Tapered Element Oscillating Microbalance method for monitoring PM2.5KARAGULIAN FEDERICO; BELIS CLAUDIO; LAGLER Friedrich; BARBIERE MAURIZIO; GERBOLES MichelArticles in Journals
2011The evaluation of the interlaboratory comparison exercise for SO2, CO, O3, NO and NO2 14-17 June 2010BARBIERE MAURIZIO; BELIS CLAUDIO; KAPUS Matej; LAGLER Friedrich; KARAGULIAN FEDERICOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Improving Source Apportionment with Receptor Models to Foster the Implementation of the Air Quality DirectiveKARAGULIAN FEDERICO; BELIS CLAUDIOContributions to Conferences
2012Results of the European Intercomparison exercise for Receptor Models 2011-2012. Part IKARAGULIAN FEDERICO; BELIS CLAUDIO; BOROWIAK AnnetteEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Satellite Monitoring of Ammonia: A Case Study of the San Joaquin ValleyCLARISSE Lieven; SHEPHARD Mark W.; DENTENER Franciscus; HURTMANS Daniel; CADY-PEREIRA Karen; KARAGULIAN Federico; VAN DAMME Martin; CLERBAUX Cathy; COHEUR Pierre-Fran¸coisArticles in Journals
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