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  1. Bioaerosols on the atmospheric super highway: An example of long distance transport of Alternaria spores from the Pannonian Plain to Poland
  2. Editorial: Climate Change and Aeroallergens
  3. Effects of future climate change on birch abundance and their pollen load
  4. Spatial and temporal variations in the distribution of birch trees and airborne Betula pollen in Ireland
  5. The effects of climate change on the flowering phenology of alder trees in southwestern Europe
  6. Consequences of climate change on airborne pollen in Bavaria, Central Europe
  7. Interlaboratory proficiency test in aerobiology using virtual slides – feasibility study
  8. Recent developments in monitoring and modelling airborne pollen, a review
  9. Particle size distribution of the major Alternaria alternata allergen, Alt a 1, derived from airborne spores and subspore fragments
  10. Building an automatic pollen monitoring network (ePIN): Selection of optimal sites by clustering pollen stations
  11. Predicting abundances of invasive ragweed across Europe using a “top-down” approach
  12. Concomitant occurrence of anthropogenic air pollutants, mineral dust and fungal spores during long-distance transport of ragweed pollen
  13. An abbreviated method for the quality control of pollen counters
  14. Cross-fertilizing weed science and plant invasion science to improve efficient management: A European challenge
  15. Cross-sensitization to Artemisia and Ambrosia pollen allergens in an area located outside of the current distribution range of Ambrosia
  16. Ambrosia pollen source inventory for Italy: a multi-purpose tool to assess the impact of the ragweed leaf beetle (Ophraella communa LeSage) on populations of its host plant
  17. Recommended terminology for aerobiological studies
  18. Aerobiology in the International Journal of Biometeorology, 1957–2017
  19. The Worldwide Spread, Success, and Impact of Ragweed (Ambrosia spp.)
  20. Spatial and temporal variations in the Annual Pollen Index recorded by sites belonging to the Portuguese Aerobiology Network
  21. Spatial and temporal variations in airborne Ambrosia pollen in Europe
  22. Airborne Quercus pollen in SW Spain: Identifying favourable conditions for atmospheric transport and potential source areas
  23. 10.1007/s10453-016-9441-7
  24. Pollen nightmare: elevated airborne pollen levels at night
  25. The long distance transport of airborne Ambrosia pollen to the UK and the Netherlands from Central and south Europe
  26. Mesoscale atmospheric transport of ragweed pollen allergens from infected to uninfected areas
  27. Risk of exposure to airborne Ambrosia pollen from local and distant sources in Europe – an example from Denmark
  28. Potential sources of airborne Alternaria spp. spores in South-west Spain
  29. A follow-up study examining airborne Ambrosia pollen in the Milan area in 2014 in relation to the accidental introduction of the ragweed leaf beetle Ophraella communa
  30. Ragweed (Ambrosia) pollen source inventory for Austria
  31. Variation of the group 5 grass pollen allergen content of airborne pollen in relation to geographic location and time in season
  32. Biological Flora of the British Isles:Ambrosia artemisiifolia
  33. Is the recent decrease in airborne Ambrosia pollen in the Milan area due to the accidental introduction of the ragweed leaf beetle Ophraella communa?
  34. Characteristics and trends of selected pollen seasons recorded in Parma (Northern Italy) from 1994 to 2011
  35. Searching for a trace of Artemisia campestris pollen in the air
  36. Relative efficiencies of the Burkard 7-Day, Rotorod and Burkard Personal samplers for Poaceae and Urticaceae pollen under field conditions
  37. Predicting walnut (Juglansspp.) crop yield using meteorological and airborne pollen data
  38. Geographic and temporal variations in pollen exposure across Europe
  39. Comparison of Poaceae pollen counts recorded at sites in Portugal, Spain and the UK
  40. Pollen monitoring: minimum requirements and reproducibility of analysis
  41. Seasonal variation in diurnal atmospheric grass pollen concentration profiles
  42. Ragweed pollen source inventory for France – The second largest centre of Ambrosia in Europe
  43. Development of a symptom load index: enabling temporal and regional pollen season comparisons and pointing out the need for personalized pollen information
  44. Trends in atmospheric concentrations of weed pollen in the context of recent climate warming in Poznań (Western Poland)
  45. Pollen and Pollinosis
  46. Personal exposure to grass pollen: relating inhaled dose to background concentration
  47. Common ragweed: A threat to environmental health in Europe
  48. A mechanism for long distance transport of Ambrosia pollen from the Pannonian Plain
  49. Pollen counting: a history
  50. Do urban canyons influence street level grass pollen concentrations?
  51. Spread of invasive ragweed: climate change, management and how to reduce allergy costs
  52. Variations in Quercus sp. pollen seasons (1996–2011) in Poznań, Poland, in relation to meteorological parameters
  53. The patient’s hay-fever diary: three years of results from Germany
  54. Airborne olive pollen counts are not representative of exposure to the major olive allergen Ole e 1
  55. The influence of sensitisation to pollens and moulds on seasonal variations in asthma attacks
  56. Personalized Forecasting of Pollen-Induced Symptoms for Hay-Fever Sufferers
  57. Identification of potential sources of airborne Olea pollen in the Southwest Iberian Peninsula
  58. Variations and trends of birch pollen seasons during 15 years (1996–2010) in relation to weather conditions in Poznań (western Poland)
  59. Airborne Pollen Transport
  60. Monitoring, Modelling and Forecasting of the Pollen Season
  61. Presentation and Dissemination of Pollen Information
  62. The Onset, Course and Intensity of the Pollen Season
  63. Release of Bet v 1 from birch pollen from 5 European countries. Results from the HIALINE study
  64. Analysis and forecasting of airborne pollen–induced symptoms with the aid of computational intelligence methods
  65. Variation in Artemisia pollen seasons in Central and Eastern Europe
  66. Pollen season and climate: Is the timing of birch pollen release in the UK approaching its limit?
  67. Prevalence of Allergy and Upper Respiratory Tract Symptoms in Runners of the London Marathon
  68. Changes to Airborne Pollen Counts across Europe
  69. A 2-year aeropalynological survey of allergenic pollen in the atmosphere of Kastamonu, Turkey
  70. A method to derive vegetation distribution maps for pollen dispersion models using birch as an example
  71. The effect of changes to the method of estimating the pollen count from aerobiological samples
  72. The occurrence of Ambrosia pollen in Rzeszów, Kraków and Poznań, Poland: investigation of trends and possible transport of Ambrosia pollen from Ukraine
  73. A method for producing airborne pollen source inventories: An example of Ambrosia (ragweed) on the Pannonian Plain
  74. Trophic level asynchrony in rates of phenological change for marine, freshwater and terrestrial environments
  75. Influence of the North Atlantic Oscillation on grass pollen counts in Europe
  76. The Pannonian plain as a source of Ambrosia pollen in the Balkans
  77. Are the birch trees in Southern England a source of Betula pollen for North London?
  78. Long-range transport of Ambrosia pollen to Poland
  79. Long-term and short-term forecast models for Poaceae (grass) pollen in Poznań, Poland, constructed using regression analysis
  80. Factors that determine the severity of Betula spp. pollen seasons in Poland (Poznań and Krakow) and the United Kingdom (Worcester and London)
  81. The long-range transport of birch (Betula) pollen from Poland and Germany causes significant pre-season concentrations in Denmark
  82. Examining Ambrosia pollen episodes at Poznań (Poland) using back-trajectory analysis
  83. Changes in the pollen seasons of the early flowering trees Alnus spp. and Corylus spp. in Worcester, United Kingdom, 1996–2005
  84. Constructing a 7-day ahead forecast model for grass pollen at north London, United Kingdom
  85. A 30-day-ahead forecast model for grass pollen in north London, United Kingdom
  86. Constructing a 7-day ahead forecast model for grass pollen at north London, United Kingdom
  87. Examining high magnitude grass pollen episodes at Worcester, United Kingdom, using back-trajectory analysis
  88. Characteristics of grass pollen seasons in areas of southern Spain and the United Kingdom