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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Characterization and intercomparison of aerosol absorption photometers: result of two intercomparison workshopsMUELLER T.; HENZING J.s.; DE LEEUW G.; WIEDENSOHLER A; ALASTUEY Andres; ANGELOV H.; BIZJAK M.; COLLAUD COEN M.; ENGSTROEM J. E.; GRUENING Carsten, et alArticles in Journals
2010A European Aerosol Phenomenology - 3: Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Particulate Matter from 60 Rural, Urban, and Kerbside Sites across EuropePUTAUD Jean-Philippe; VAN DINGENEN Rita; ALASTUEY Andres; BAUER Heidi; BIRMILI Wolfram; CYRYS Josef; FLENTJE Harald; FUZZI Sandro; GEHRIG Robert; HANSSON Hans-Christien, et alArticles in Journals
2013European guide on air pollution source apportionment with receptor modelsBELIS CLAUDIO; LARSEN Bo; AMATO Fulvio; EL HADDAD Imad; FAVEZ Olivier; HARRISON Roy; HOPKE Philip; NAVA Silvia; PAATERO Pentti; PREVOT A.s.h., et alJRC Reference Reports
2009Measurement of Elemental and Organic Carbon in EuropeKUHLBUSCH Thomas; BOROWIAK Annette; GELENSCER Andras; GENBERG Johan; GLADTKE Dieter; MAENHAUT Willy; PIO Casimiro; POPOVIECHEVA Olga; PUTAUD Jean-Philippe; QUINCEY Paul, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011On the Quantification of Atmospheric Carbonate Carbon by Thermal / Optical Analysis ProtocolsKARANASIOU A.; DIAPOULI E.; CAVALLI Fabrizia; ELEFTHERIADIS K.; VIANA Mar; ALASTUEY Andres; QUEROL X.; RECHE C.Articles in Journals
2010Toward a Standardised Thermal-Optical Protocol for Measuring Atmospheric Organic and Elemental Carbon: The EUSAAR ProtocolCAVALLI Fabrizia; PUTAUD Jean-Philippe; VIANA Mar; YTTRI Karl Espen; GENBERG JohanArticles in Journals
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