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  1. Four-year assessment of ambient particulate matter and trace gases in the Delhi-NCR region of India
  2. Mapping spatial distribution of particulate matter using Kriging and Inverse Distance Weighting at supersites of megacity Delhi
  3. Towards an improved understanding of greenhouse gas emissions and fluxes in tropical peatlands of Southeast Asia
  4. Measurements and modelling of particulate matter building ingress during a severe dust storm event
  5. A citizen science approach for enhancing public understanding of air pollution
  6. ‘Envilution™’ chamber for performance evaluation of low-cost sensors
  7. Kriging method application and traffic behavior profiles from local radar network database: A proposal to support traffic solutions and air pollution control strategies
  8. Hydro-meteorological risk assessment methods and management by nature-based solutions
  9. Nature-based solutions for hydro-meteorological hazards: Revised concepts, classification schemes and databases
  10. The nexus between air pollution, green infrastructure and human health
  11. Trend analysis of observational PM10 concentrations in Shimla city, India
  12. Public health implications of particulate matter inside bus terminals in Sao Paulo, Brazil
  13. Towards Urbanome the genome of the city to enhance the form and function of future cities
  14. Identification of diverse air pollution sources in a complex urban area of Croatia
  15. Evaluation of railway versus highway emissions using LCA approach between the two cities of Middle Anatolia
  16. Urban trees, air quality, and asthma: An interdisciplinary review
  17. Understanding Spatial Variability of Air Quality in Sydney: Part 2—A Roadside Case Study
  18. Implementation of the sectional aerosol module SALSA2.0 into the PALM model system 6.0: model development and first evaluation
  19. Impact of route choice and period of the day on cyclists' exposure to black carbon in London, Rotterdam and São Paulo
  20. Considerations for evaluating green infrastructure impacts in microscale and macroscale air pollution dispersion models
  21. Airborne particles in the city center of Kuala Lumpur: Origin, potential driving factors, and deposition flux in human respiratory airways
  22. Levels of formaldehyde in residential indoor air of Gonabad, Iran
  23. Indoor air quality-induced respiratory symptoms of a hospital staff in Iran
  24. Wind power: A sustainable way to limit climate change
  25. Field investigations for evaluating green infrastructure effects on air quality in open-road conditions
  26. Determinants of commuter exposure to PM2.5 and CO during long-haul journeys on national highways in India
  27. Outlier detection and gap filling methodologies for low-cost air quality measurements
  28. Implementation of the sectional aerosol module SALSA into the PALM model system 6.0: Model development and first evaluation
  29. Estimating pro-environmental potential for the development of mobility-based informational intervention: a data-driven algorithm
  30. A review of factors surrounding the air pollution exposure to in-pram babies and mitigation strategies
  31. Smart homes and the control of indoor air quality
  32. Wind loading on high-rise buildings and the comfort effects on the occupants
  33. Number concentrations and size distributions of nanoparticles during the use of hand tools in refurbishment activities
  34. Modeling of Atmospheric Aerosol Properties in the São Paulo Metropolitan Area: Impact of Biomass Burning
  35. Excess deaths associated with fine particulate matter in Brazilian cities
  36. A review of factors impacting exposure to PM 2.5 , ultrafine particles and black carbon in Asian transport microenvironments
  37. Natural variability in exposure to fine particles and their trace elements during typical workdays in an urban area
  38. Applications of low-cost sensing technologies for air quality monitoring and exposure assessment: How far have they gone?
  39. Future impacts of the reforestation policy on the atmospheric parameters in Ireland: a sensitivity study including heat discomfort impacts on humans and livestock
  40. Dynamics of coarse and fine particle exposure in transport microenvironments
  41. The interrelationship of green infrastructure and natural capital
  42. Combining Measurements from Mobile Monitoring and a Reference Site To Develop Models of Ambient Ultrafine Particle Number Concentration at Residences
  43. Spatio-temporal variations of sulfur dioxide concentrations in industrial and urban area via a new statistical approach
  44. Status and chemical characteristics of ambient PM2.5 pollutions in China: a review
  45. Genotoxic effects of daily personal exposure to particle mass and number concentrations on buccal cells
  46. Biomarkers as indicators of fungal biomass in the atmosphere of São Paulo, Brazil
  47. The influence of lifestyle on airborne particle surface area doses received by different Western populations
  48. Pro-Environmental Potential in Activity-Travel Routine of Individuals: A Data Driven Computational Algorithm
  49. Air pollution and public health: the challenges for Delhi, India
  50. End-user perspective of low-cost sensors for outdoor air pollution monitoring
  51. Air quality considerations for stormwater green street design
  52. An overview of monitoring and reduction strategies for health and climate change related emissions in the Middle East and North Africa region
  53. Particulate pollutants in the Brazilian city of São Paulo: 1-year investigation for the chemical composition and source apportionment
  54. The influence of odd–even car trial on fine and coarse particles in Delhi
  55. Air quality in the megacity of São Paulo: Evolution over the last 30 years and future perspectives
  56. Exposure of in-pram babies to airborne particles during morning drop-in and afternoon pick-up of school children
  57. Determinants of black carbon, particle mass and number concentrations in London transport microenvironments
  58. Air pollution abatement performances of green infrastructure in open road and built-up street canyon environments – A review
  59. Airborne particles in the Brazilian city of São Paulo: One-year investigation for the chemical composition and source apportionment
  60. Evaluation of formaldehyde concentration in the ambient air of a most populated Iranian city, Tehran
  61. Characterization of five-year observation data of fine particulate matter in the metropolitan area of Lahore
  62. Exposure to air pollutants during commuting in London: Are there inequalities among different socio-economic groups?
  63. A mechanism for the production of ultrafine particles from concrete fracture
  64. Determinants of respiratory and cardiovascular health effects in traffic policemen: A perception-based comparative analysis
  65. A review of emissions and concentrations of particulate matter in the three major metropolitan areas of Brazil
  66. Assessing the Suitability of Multiple Dispersion and Land Use Regression Models for Urban Traffic-Related Ultrafine Particles
  67. Effect of vehicular traffic, remote sources and new particle formation on the activation properties of cloud condensation nuclei in the megacity of São Paulo, Brazil
  68. Evaluation of coarse and fine particles in diverse Indian environments
  69. Microalgae: An emerging source of energy based bio-products and a solution for environmental issues
  70. Prediction of airborne nanoparticles at roadside location using a feed–forward artificial neural network
  71. Size–segregated particulate matter inside residences of elderly in the Metropolitan Area of São Paulo, Brazil
  72. Emission, Transformation, and Fate of Nanoparticles in the Atmosphere
  73. Source apportionment of BTEX compounds in Tehran, Iran using UNMIX receptor model
  74. Children's well-being at schools: Impact of climatic conditions and air pollution
  75. Flux estimation of fugitive particulate matter emissions from loose Calcisols at construction sites
  76. Spatial distributions and chemical properties of PM2.5 based on 21 field campaigns at 17 sites in China
  77. Vehicular exhaust emissions under current and alternative future policy measures for megacity Delhi, India
  78. A review on recent progress in observations, sources, classification and regulations of PM2.5 in Asian environments
  79. Real-time sensors for indoor air monitoring and challenges ahead in deploying them to urban buildings
  80. Vertical and horizontal variability in airborne nanoparticles and their exposure around signalised traffic intersections
  81. Ambient exposure to coarse and fine particle emissions from building demolition
  82. New directions: From biofuels to wood stoves: The modern and ancient air quality challenges in the megacity of São Paulo
  83. Assessment of the effectiveness of DRASTIC in predicting the vulnerability of groundwater to contamination: a case study from Fatehgarh Sahib district in Punjab, India
  84. Effect of local and remote sources and new particle formation events on the activation properties of cloud condensation nuclei in the Brazilian megacity of São Paulo
  85. Emissions and human health impact of particulate matter from surface mining operation—A review
  86. Developing a methodology to predict PM10concentrations in urban areas using generalized linear models
  87. Estimation of exhaust and non-exhaust gaseous, particulate matter and air toxics emissions from on-road vehicles in Delhi
  88. Impact of vehicular emissions on the formation of fine particles in the Sao Paulo Metropolitan Area: a numerical study with the WRF-Chem model
  89. Indoor air quality and energy management through real-time sensing in commercial buildings
  90. Assessment of the long-term impacts of PM10and PM2.5particles from construction works on surrounding areas
  91. Loading Rates of Dust and Metals in Residential Houses of Arid and Dry Climatic Regions
  92. Concentration dynamics of coarse and fine particulate matter at and around signalised traffic intersections
  93. Ultrafine Particles Pollution and Measurements
  94. Analysis of Heavy Metal Ions in Potable Water Using Soft Computing Technique
  95. Zone of influence for particle number concentrations at signalised traffic intersections
  96. New directions: Air pollution challenges for developing megacities like Delhi
  97. Homophilic interaction and deformation of E-cadherin and cadherin 7 probed by single molecule force spectroscopy
  98. Passive methods for improving air quality in the built environment: A review of porous and solid barriers
  99. Prediction of particulate matter concentration profile in an opencast copper mine in India using an artificial neural network model
  100. The role of materials selection in the urban heat island effect in dry mid-latitude climates
  101. Energy and exergy analysis of chemical looping combustion technology and comparison with pre-combustion and oxy-fuel combustion technologies for CO2 capture
  102. Physicochemical characteristics and occupational exposure to coarse, fine and ultrafine particles during building refurbishment activities
  103. A systematic investigation of the performance of copper-, cobalt-, iron-, manganese- and nickel-based oxygen carriers for chemical looping combustion technology through simulation models
  104. Prediction of pollution potential of Indian rivers using empirical equation consisting of water quality parameters
  105. Impact of vehicular emissions on the formation of fine particles in the Sao Paulo Metropolitan Area: a numerical study with the WRF-Chem model
  106. Development and validation of a NS2 protocol for data security at network layer
  107. Characterisation of nanoparticle emissions and exposure at traffic intersections through fast–response mobile and sequential measurements
  108. Assessment of long-term measurements of particulate matter and gaseous pollutants in South-East Mediterranean
  109. A comparison of strategies for estimation of ultrafine particle number concentrations in urban air pollution monitoring networks
  110. The rise of low-cost sensing for managing air pollution in cities
  111. Gaseous emissions from agricultural activities and wetlands in national capital territory of Delhi
  112. Index-based groundwater vulnerability mapping models using hydrogeological settings: A critical evaluation
  113. Characterization, activity and process optimization with a biomass-based thermal power plant's fly ash as a potential catalyst for biodiesel production
  114. Source apportionment of airborne nanoparticles in a Middle Eastern city using positive matrix factorization
  115. Occupational exposure to particulate matter in three Indian opencast mines
  116. Number and Size Distribution of Airborne Nanoparticles during Summertime in Kuwait: First Observations from the Middle East
  117. Water–energy–pollution nexus for growing cities
  118. Prediction of ultrafine particle number concentrations in urban environments by means of Gaussian process regression based on measurements of oxides of nitrogen
  119. A review of fundamental drivers governing the emissions, dispersion and exposure to vehicle-emitted nanoparticles at signalised traffic intersections
  120. Submicron aerosols at thirteen diversified sites in China: size distribution, new particle formation and corresponding contribution to cloud condensation nuclei production
  121. The exposure to coarse, fine and ultrafine particle emissions from concrete mixing, drilling and cutting activities
  122. Concentrations, sources and exposure risks associated with particulate matter in the Middle East Area—a review
  123. Impact evaluation of green–grey infrastructure interaction on built-space integrity: An emerging perspective to urban ecosystem service
  124. Submicron aerosols at thirteen diversified sites in China: size distribution, new particle formation and corresponding contribution to cloud condensation nuclei production
  125. The influence of roadside vegetation barriers on airborne nanoparticles and pedestrians exposure under varying wind conditions
  126. Recycling concrete: An undiscovered source of ultrafine particles
  127. Ultrafine particles in cities
  128. Identifying public preferences using multi-criteria decision making for assessing the shift of urban commuters from private to public transport: A case study of Delhi
  129. Comparative Assessment of Gasification Based Coal Power Plants with Various CO 2 Capture Technologies Producing Electricity and Hydrogen
  130. Nanoparticle emissions from traditional pottery manufacturing
  131. Engineered Nanomaterials: Knowledge Gaps in Fate, Exposure, Toxicity, and Future Directions
  132. Nanomaterials and the Environment
  133. Influence of Pedestrian Trajectories on School Children Exposure to PM10
  134. Indoor–outdoor concentrations of particulate matter in nine microenvironments of a mix-use commercial building in megacity Delhi
  135. Influence of virtual changes in building configurations of a real street canyon on the dispersion of PM10
  136. Energy-Pollution Nexus for Urban Buildings
  137. Response to discussion on: “An integrated statistical approach for evaluating the exceedance of criteria pollutants in the ambient air of megacity Delhi”, Atmospheric Environment
  138. New Directions: Can a “blue sky” return to Indian megacities?
  139. Fast response sequential measurements and modelling of nanoparticles inside and outside a car cabin
  140. An integrated statistical approach for evaluating the exceedence of criteria pollutants in the ambient air of megacity Delhi
  141. Nanoparticle emissions from 11 non-vehicle exhaust sources – A review
  142. Footprints of air pollution and changing environment on the sustainability of built infrastructure
  143. The behaviour of traffic produced nanoparticles in a car cabin and resulting exposure rates
  144. Wind tunnel measurements for dispersion modelling of vehicle wakes
  145. Field comparison of cyclonic separator and mass inertial impactor for PM10 monitoring
  146. Seasonal differences of the atmospheric particle size distribution in a metropolitan area in Japan
  147. New Directions: Airborne ultrafine particle dust from building activities – A source in need of quantification
  148. Wintertime spatio-temporal variation of ultrafine particles in a Belgian city
  149. Nanoparticles in the Indian Environment: Known, Unknowns and Awareness
  150. Development of Delhi Driving Cycle: A Tool for Realistic Assessment of Exhaust Emissions from Passenger Cars in Delhi
  151. PM10 and Heavy Metals in Suburban and Rural Atmospheric Environments of Northern India
  152. Release of ultrafine particles from three simulated building processes
  153. Particles, air quality, policy and health
  154. Nanoparticles in European Cities and Associated Health Impacts
  155. Indoor Air Quality: Current Status, Missing Links and Future Road Map for India
  156. Footprints of Airborne Ultrafine Particles on Urban Air Quality and Public Health
  157. Technical challenges in tackling regulatory concerns for urban atmospheric nanoparticles
  158. Ground-fixed and on-board measurements of nanoparticles in the wake of a moving vehicle
  159. Dynamics and dispersion modelling of nanoparticles from road traffic in the urban atmospheric environment—A review
  160. Preliminary Estimates of Nanoparticle Number Emissions from Road Vehicles in Megacity Delhi and Associated Health Impacts
  161. Improving student learning in engineering discipline using student- and lecturer-led assessment approaches
  162. Impact of altitude on emission rates of ozone precursors from gasoline-driven light-duty commercial vehicles
  163. An overview of experimental results and dispersion modelling of nanoparticles in the wake of moving vehicles
  164. A review of the characteristics of nanoparticles in the urban atmosphere and the prospects for developing regulatory controls
  165. Negotiation on the assessment of research articles with academic reviewers: application of peer-review approach of teaching
  166. Nanoparticle emissions from biofuelled vehicles-their characteristics and impact on the number-based regulation of atmospheric particles
  167. Comparison of the behaviour of manufactured and other airborne nanoparticles and the consequences for prioritising research and regulation activities
  168. Fast response measurements of the dispersion of nanoparticles in a vehicle wake and a street canyon
  169. Real world driving cycle for motorcycles in Edinburgh
  170. Comparative study of measured and modelled number concentrations of nanoparticles in an urban street canyon
  171. Hydrogen Fuel: Opportunities and Barriers
  172. Treatment of losses of ultrafine aerosol particles in long sampling tubes during ambient measurements
  173. Effect of wind direction and speed on the dispersion of nucleation and accumulation mode particles in an urban street canyon
  174. Street Versus Rooftop Level Concentrations of Fine Particles in a Cambridge Street Canyon
  175. Pseudo-simultaneous measurements for the vertical variation of coarse, fine and ultrafine particles in an urban street canyon
  176. Measurements of particles in the 5–1000 nm range close to road level in an urban street canyon