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Breitner, S. et al.: Ambient and controlled exposures to particulate air pollution and acute changes in heart rate variability and repolarization. Sci. Rep. 9:1946 (2019)
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de Jesus, A.L.* et al.: Ultrafine particles and PM2.5 in the air of cities around the world: Are they representative of each other? Environ. Int. 129, 118-135 (2019)
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Kowalska, M.* et al.: The relationship between daily concentration of fine particulate matter in ambient air and exacerbation of respiratory diseases in silesian agglomeration, Poland. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 16:1131 (2019)
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Schulz, H. et al.: Breathing: Ambient air pollution and health - Part i. Pneumologie 73, 288-305 (2019)
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Schulz, H. et al.: Atmen: Luftschadstoffe und Gesundheit – Teil II Pneumologie 73, 347-373 (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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Beck, C.* et al.: Air temperature characteristics of local climate zones in the Augsburg urban area (Bavaria, southern Germany) under varying synoptic conditions. Urban Climate 25, 152-166 (2018)
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Chen, K. et al.: Two-way effect modifications of air pollution and air temperature on total natural and cardiovascular mortality in eight European urban areas. Environ. Int. 116, 186-196 (2018)
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Chen, K. et al.: Does temperature-confounding control influence the modifying effect of air temperature in ozone–mortality associations? Environ. Epi. 2:e008 (2018)
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Cyrys, J. ; Wichmann, H.-E. ; Rückerl, R. & Peters, A.: Low emission zones in Germany: A reliable measure for keeping current air quality standards? Bundesgesundheitsbl.-Gesund. 61, 645-655 (2018)
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Deffner, V.* et al.: Mixtures of Berkson and classical covariate measurement error in the linear mixed model: Bias analysis and application to a study on ultrafine particles. Biom. J. 60, 480-497 (2018)
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Li, F. et al.: Organic speciation of ambient quasi-ultrafine particulate matter (PM0.36) in Augsburg, Germany: Seasonal variability and source apportionment. Sci. Total Environ. 615, 828-837 (2018)
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Li, F. et al.: Spatial and temporal variation of sources contributing to quasi-ultrafine particulate matter PM0.36 in Augsburg, Germany. Sci. Total Environ. 631-632, 191-200 (2018)
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Pilz, V. et al.: C-reactive protein (CRP) and long-term air pollution with a focus on ultrafine particles. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 221, 510-518 (2018)
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Redelstein, J.* et al.: Smart air quality network for spatial high-resolution monitoring in urban area. Proc. SPIE 10786:107860B (2018)
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Schulz, H. et al.: Atmen: Luftschadstoffe und Gesundheit. In:. DGP, 2018.
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Verdonck, M.L.* et al.: The potential of local climate zones maps as a heat stress assessment tool, supported by simulated air temperature data. Landsc. Urban Plan. 178, 183-197 (2018)
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Budde, M.* et al.: SmartAQnet: Remote and in-situ sensing of urban air quality. Proc. SPIE 10424:104240C (2017)
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Fuks, K.B.* et al.: Long-term exposure to ambient air pollution and traffic noise and incident hypertension in seven cohorts of the European study of cohorts for air pollution effects (ESCAPE). Eur. Heart J. 38, 983-990 (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)