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Burns, J.* et al.: COVID-19 mitigation measures and nitrogen dioxide - a quasi-experimental study of air quality in Munich, Germany. Atmos. Environ. 246:118089 (2021)
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Charalampopoulos, A.* ; Damialis, A. ; Lazarina, M.* ; Halley, J.M.* & Vokou, D.*: Spatiotemporal assessment of airborne pollen in the urban environment: The pollenscape of Thessaloniki as a case study. Atmos. Environ. 247:118185 (2021)
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Liu, X. et al.: Combined land-use and street view image model for estimating black carbon concentrations in urban areas. Atmos. Environ. 265:118719 (2021)
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Ghasemifard, H.* et al.: High post-season Alnus pollen loads successfully identified as long-range transport of an alpine species. Atmos. Environ. 231:117453 (2020)
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Kirchner, M. et al.: Air concentrations and deposition of chlorinated dioxins and furans (PCDD/F) at three high alpine monitoring stations: Trends and dependence on air masses. Atmos. Environ. 223:117199 (2020)
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Klimczak, L.J.* ; Ebner von Eschenbach, C. ; Thompson, P.M.* ; Buters, J.T.M. & Mueller, G.A.*: Mixture analyses of air-sampled pollen extracts can accurately differentiate pollen taxa. Atmos. Environ. 243:117746 (2020)
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Hertig, E.* et al.: Association of ground-level ozone, meteorological factors and weather types with daily myocardial infarction frequencies in Augsburg, Southern Germany. Atmos. Environ. 217:116975 (2019)
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Oteros, J.* et al.: Spatial interpolation of current airborne pollen concentrations where no monitoring exists. Atmos. Environ. 199, 435-442 (2019)
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Sun, J.* et al.: Variability of black carbon mass concentrations, sub-micrometer particle number concentrations and size distributions: Results of the German Ultrafine Aerosol Network ranging from city street to High Alpine locations. Atmos. Environ. 202, 256-268 (2019)
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Czech, H.* et al.: Time-resolved analysis of primary volatile emissions and secondary aerosol formation potential from a small-scale pellet boiler. Atmos. Environ. 158, 236-245 (2017)
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Czech, H.* ; Schnelle-Kreis, J. ; Streibel, T.* & Zimmermann, R.: New directions: Beyond sulphur, vanadium and nickel - About source apportionment of ship emissions in emission control areas. Atmos. Environ. 163, 190-191 (2017)
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Jedynska, A.* et al.: Spatial variations and development of land use regression models of oxidative potential in ten European study areas. Atmos. Environ. 150, 24-32 (2017)
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Flentje, H.* et al.: Identification and monitoring of Saharan dust: An inventory representative for South Germany since 1997. Atmos. Environ. 109, 87-96 (2015)
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Jakobi, G. et al.: Atmospheric bulk deposition measurements of organochlorine pesticides at three alpine summits. Atmos. Environ. 101, 158-165 (2015)
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Jochner, S.* et al.: Seasonal variation of birch and grass pollen loads and allergen release at two sites in the German Alps. Atmos. Environ. 122, 83-93 (2015)
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Reda, A. et al.: Corrigendum: Gas phase carbonyl compounds in ship emissions: Differences between diesel fuel and heavy fuel oil operation. Atmos. Environ. 112, 370-380 (2015)
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Reda, A. et al.: Corrigendum to "Gas phase carbonyl compounds in ship emissions: Differences between diesel fuel and heavy fuel oil operation". Atmos. Environ. 112, 369 (2015)
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Jedynska, A.* et al.: Spatial variations of PAH, hopanes/steranes and EC/OC concentrations within and between European study areas. Atmos. Environ. 87, 239-248 (2014)
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Reda, A. et al.: Gas phase carbonyl compounds in ship emissions: Differences between diesel fuel and heavy fuel oil operation. Atmos. Environ. 94, 467-478 (2014)