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|Title:||Concentrations of Vocs and Ozone in Indoor Environments: A Case Study in Two Mediteranean Cities during Winter Period|
|Authors:||BARTZIS John G.; COSTAS Michael; MICHAELIDOU Stella; MISSIA Dafni A.; SARAGA Dikaia E.; TOLIS Evangelos I.; PSOMA S.; PETALOTTI Christine; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; BARRERO Josefa|
|Citation:||FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENTAL BULLETIN vol. 17 no. 9b p. 1480-1484|
|Publisher:||PARLAR SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS (P S P)|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Building materials represent the largest surfaces indoors and are the major contributors of volative organic compounds (VOCs) in the indoor environment. This study which is conducted in the frame of BUMA project (Prioritization of Building Materials Emissions), aims at assessing the human exposure to air hazards emitted by building materials. In this study, indoor and outdoor VOCs and ozone measurements from field campaigns in two Mediterranean cities (Nicosia and Athens in winter period) are presented and discussed. The field campaigns concern weekly measurements. The campaigns were conducted in four buildings in each city (1 public building, 1 school and 2 houses) and concern weekly measurements. Passive samplers were used for collecting VOCs and ozone.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Health and Consumer Protection Historical Collection|
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