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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)
Gu, J. et al.: Personal day-time exposure to ultrafine particles in different microenvironments. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 218, 188-195 (2015)
Hampel, R. et al.: Long-term effects of elemental composition of particulate matter on inflammatory blood markers in European cohorts. Environ. Int. 82, 76-84 (2015)
Jedynska, A.* et al.: Spatial variations of levoglucosan in four European study areas. Sci. Total Environ. 505, 1072-1081 (2015)
Kraus, U. et al.: Individual daytime noise exposure in different microenvironments. Environ. Res. 140, 479-487 (2015)
Mölter, A.* et al.: A multicentre study of air pollution exposure and childhood asthma prevalence: The ESCAPE project. Eur. Respir. J. 45, 610-624 (2015)
Perez, L.* et al.: Air pollution and atherosclerosis: A cross-sectional analysis of four European cohort studies in the ESCAPE study. Environ. Health Perspect. 123, 597-605 (2015)
Peters, A. et al.: Elevated particle number concentrations induce immediate changes in heart rate variability: A panel study in individuals with impaired glucose metabolism or diabetes. Part. Fibre Toxicol. 12:7 (2015)
Su, C. et al.: Assessing responses of cardiovascular mortality to particulate matter air pollution for pre-, during- and post-2008 Olympics periods. Environ. Res. 142, 112-122 (2015)
Tsai, M.Y.* et al.: Spatial variation of PM elemental composition between and within 20 European study areas - results of the ESCAPE project. Environ. Int. 84, 181-192 (2015)
Wolf, K. et al.: Long-term exposure to particulate matter constituents and the incidence of coronary events in 11 European cohorts. Epidemiology 26, 565-574 (2015)
Wolf, K. et al.: Associations between short-term exposure to particulate matter and ultrafine particles and myocardial infarction in Augsburg, Germany. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 218, 535-542 (2015)
Babisch, W.* et al.: Associations between traffic noise, particulate air pollution, hypertension, and isolated systolic hypertension in adults: The KORA study. Environ. Health Perspect. 122, 492-498 (2014)
Beelen, R.* et al.: Long-term exposure to air pollution and cardiovascular mortality : An analysis of 22 European cohorts. Epidemiology 25, 368-378 (2014)
Birmili, W.* et al.: Ultrafeine Aerosolpartikel in der Außenluft: Perspektiven zur Aufklärung ihrer Gesundheitseffekte. Gefahrstoffe Reinhalt. Luft 74, 492-500 (2014)
Cyrys, J. ; Peters, A. ; Soentgen, J.* & Wichmann, H.-E.: Low emission zones reduce PM10 mass concentrations and diesel soot in German cities. J. Air Waste Manag. Assoc. 64, 481-487 (2014)
Cyrys, J. ; Peters, A. ; Soentgen, J. ; Gu, J. & Wichmann, H.-E.: Umweltzonen. In: Wichmann, H.-E. ; Schlipköter, H.-W.* ; Fülgraff, G.* [Eds.]: Handbuch der Umweltmedizin. Landsberg/Lech: ecomed, 2014. 1-30 ( ; 12)
de Hoogh, K.* et al.: Comparing land use regression and dispersion modelling to assess residential exposure to ambient air pollution for epidemiological studies. Environ. Int. 73, 382-392 (2014)
Deffner, V.* et al.: Personal exposure to ultrafine particles: Two-level statistical modeling of background exposure and time-activity patterns during three seasons. J. Expo. Sci. Environ. Epidemiol. 26, 17-25 (2014)
Durant, J.L.* et al.: Comparison of ambient airborne PM2.5, PM2.5 absorbance and nitrogen dioxide ratios measured in 1999 and 2009 in three areas in Europe. Sci. Total Environ. 487, 290-298 (2014)