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[1] A. Baklanov, A. Aloyan, A. Mahura, V. Arutyunyan, and P. LuzanEvaluation of source receptor relationship for atmospheric pollutants using approaches of trajectory modelling, cluster probability fields analyses and adjoint equations. Atmos. Poll. Res., 2(4):400–408, 2011.


[2] T. Balk, J. Kukkonen, K. Karatzas, T. Bassoukos, and V. Epitropou. A european open access chemical weather forecasting portal. Atmos. Environ., 45(38):6917–6922, 2011.


[3] O. Hänninen, G. Hoek, E. Mallone, S., Chellini, C. Katsouyanni K., Gariazzo, G. Cattani, A. Marconi, P. Molnar, and T. Bellander. Seasonal patterns of outdoor pm infiltration into indoor environments: review and meta-analysis of available studies from different climatological zones in europe. Air Quality, Atmos. and Health, 4(3 – 4):221–233, 2011.


[4] J. P. Jalkanen, L. Johansson, J. Kukkonen, A. Brink, J. Kalli, and T. Stipa. Extension of an assessment model of ship traffic exhaust emissions for particulate matter and carbon monoxide. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12:2641–2659, 2012.


[5] N. Janssen, G. Hoek, M. Simic-Lawson, P. Fischer, L. Bree, H. Ten-Brink, M. Keuken, R. Atkinson, H. Anderson, B. Brunekreef, and F. Cassee. Black carbon as an additional indicator of the adverse health effects of airborne parti- cles compared with pm10 and pm2.5. Environ. Health Per., 19(12):1691–1699, 2011.


[6] M. Kauhaniemi, J. Kukkonen, J. Härkönen, J. Nikmo, L. Kangas, G. Omstedt, M. Ketzel, A. Kousa, M. Haakana, and A. Karppinen. Evaluation of a road dust suspension model for predicting the concentrations of pm(10) in a street canyon. Atmos. Environ., 45(22):3646–3654, 2011.

[7] M.P. Keuken, J.S. Henzing, P. Zandveld, S. van den Elshout, M. Karl (2012).   Dispersion of particle numbers and elemental carbon from road traffic, a harbor and an airstrip in the Netherlands. Atmospheric Environment  54, (2012) 320-327


[ 8] M.P. Keuken, M.G.M. Roemer, P. Zandveld, R.P. Verbeek, G.J.M. Velders (2012).   Trends in primary NO2 and exhaust PM emissions from road traffic for the period 2000-2020 and implications for air quality and health in the Netherlands. Atmospheric Environment  54,  313-319


[9] M.P. Keuken, S. Jonkers, P. Zandveld, M. Voogt, S. van den Elshout (2012). Elemental carbon as an indicator for evaluating the impact of traffic measures on air quality and health. Atmospheric Environment 61, 1-8


[10] J. Kukkonen, T. Olsson, D. M. Schultz, A. Baklanov, T. Klein, A. I. Miranda, A. Monteiro, M. Hirtl, V. Tarvainen, M. Boy, V. H. Peuch, A. Poupkou, I. Kioutsioukis, S. Finardi, M. Sofiev, R. Sokhi, K. E. J. Lehtinen, K. Karatzas, R. San José, M. Astitha, G. Kallos, M. Schaap, E. Reimer, H. Jakobs, and K. Eben. A review of operational, regional-scale, chemical weather forecast- ing models in europe. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12(1):1–87, 2012.


[11] J. Langner, M. Engardt, A. Baklanov, J. H. Christensen, M. Gauss, C Geels, G. B. Hedegaard, R Nuterman, D. Simpson, J. Soares, M Sofiev, P. Wind, and Zakey A. A multi-model study of impacts of climate change on surface ozone in europe. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 12, 10423-10440, 2012


[12] V. Penenko, A. Baklanov, E. Tsvetora, and A. Mahura. Direct and inverse problems in a variational concept of environmental modelling. Pure Appl. Geophys., 169:447–465, 2012.


[13] A. Vlachogianni, P. Kassomenos, Ari Karppinen, S. Karakitsios, and Jaakko Kukkonen. Evaluation of a multiple regression model for the forecasting of the concentrations of no(x) and pm(10) in athens and helsinki. Sci. Total Environ., 409(8):1559–1571, 2011.


[14] D. Voukantsis, K. Karatzas, J. Kukkonen, T. Räsänen, A. Karppinen, and M. Kolehmainen. Intercomparison of air quality data using principal component analysis, and forecasting of pm(10) and pm(2.5) concentrations using artificial neural networks, in thessaloniki and helsinki. Sci. Total Environ., 409(7):1266–1276, 2011.

[15] Vira, J., Sofiev, M., 2012. On variational data assimilation for estimating the model initial conditions and emission fluxes for short-term forecasting of SOx concentrations. Atmospheric Environment 46, 318–328.


[16] Jalkanen, Jukka-Pekka, Lasse Johansson, Jaakko Kukkonen, 2013. A Comprehensive Inventory of the Ship Traffic Exhaust Emissions in the Baltic Sea from 2006 to 2009. Ambio, DOI 10.1007/s13280-013-0389-3, http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13280-013-0389-3.


[17] Hänninen O, Sorjamaa R, Lipponen P, Cyrys J, Lanki T, Pekkanen J, 2013. Aerosol-based modelling of infiltration of ambient PM2.5 and evaluation against population-based measurements in homes in Helsinki, Finland. Journal of Aerosol Science  66:111-122.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jaerosci.2013.08.004.


[18] Source contributions to PM2.5 and PM10 at an urban background and a street location M.P. Keuken a,*, M. Moerman a, M. Voogt a, M. Blom b, E.P. Weijers b, T. Röckmann c, U. Dusek c Atmospheric Environment 71 (2013) 26-35


[19] Righi, M., Hendricks, J., Sausen, R., 2013. The global impact of the transport sectors on atmospheric aerosol: Simulations for year 2000 emissions. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 13, 9939-9970.

20. Singh, Vikas, Ranjeet Sokhi and Jaakko Kukkonen, 2013. PM2.5 concentrations in London for 2008 - A modeling analysis of contributions from road traffic. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, Published online, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10962247.2013.848244.

21. Johansson, L., J.-P. Jalkanen, J. Kalli and J. Kukkonen, 2013. The evolution of shipping emissions and the costs of regulation changes in the northern EU area.  Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 11375-11389, 2013. http://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/13/11375/2013/acp-13-11375-2013.pdf

22. Impact of inland shipping emissions on elemental carbon concentrations near waterways in The Netherlands M.P. Keuken a, *, M. Moerman a, J. Jonkers a, J. Hulskotte a, H.A.C. Denier van der Gon a, G. Hoek b, R.S. Sokhi c. Atmospheric Environment 95 (2014) 1-9

23. Physical and chemical characterisation of PM emissions from two ships operating in European Emission Control Areas. J. Moldanová, E. Fridell, H.Winnes, S. Holmin-Fridell, J. Boman, A. Jedynska, V. Tishkova, B. Demirdjian, S. Joulie, H. Bladt, N. P. Ivleva, and R. Niessner. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. Special issue Measurements of ship emissions, Vol. 6, 2013. pp. 3577-3596

24. Microscopic characterization of individual particles from multicomponent ship exhaust. O. Popovicheva, E. Kireeva, N. Persiantseva, M. Timofeev, H. Bladt, N.P. Ivleva, R. Niessner, J. Moldanová. Journal of Environmental Monitoring. Issue 12, 2012. 3101–3110

25 Meng Wang, Rob Beelen, Massimo Stafoggia, Ole Raaschou-Nielsen, Zorana Jovanovic Andersen, Barbara Hoffmann, Paul Fischer, Danny Houthuijs, Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, Gudrun Weinmayr, Paolo Vineis, Wei W. Xun, Konstantina Dimakopoulou, Evangelia Samoli, Tiina Laatikainen, Timo Lanki, Anu W Turunen, Bente Oftedal, Per Schwarze, Geir Aamodt, Johanna Penell, Ulf De Faire, Michal Korek, Karin Leander, Göran Pershagen, Nancy L. Pedersen, Claes-Göran Östenson, Laura Fratiglioni, Kirsten Thorup Eriksen, Mette Sørensen, Anne Tjønneland, Bas Bueno-de-Mesquita, Marloes Eeftens, Michiel L. Bots, Kees Meliefste, Ursula Krämer, Joachim Heinrich, Dorothea Sugiri, Timothy Key, Kees de Hoogh, Kathrin Wolf, Annette Peters, Josef Cyrys, Andrea Jaensch, Hans Concin, Gabriele Nagel, Ming-Yi Tsai, Harish Phuleria, Alex Ineichen, Nino Künzli, Nicole Probst-Hensch, Emmanuel Schaffner, Alice Vilier, Françoise Clavel-Chapelon, Christophe Declerq, Fulvio Ricceri, Carlotta Sacerdote, Alessandro Marcon, Claudia Galassi, Enrica Migliore, Andrea Ranzi, Giulia Cesaroni, Chiara Badaloni, Francesco Forastiere, Michail Katsoulis, Antonia Trichopoulou, Menno Keuken, Aleksandra Jedynska, Ingeborg M. Kooter, Jaakko Kukkonen, Ranjeet S Sokhi, Bert Brunekreef, Klea Katsouyanni, Gerard Hoek, 2014. Long-Term Exposure to Elemental Constituents of Particulate Matter and Cardiovascular Mortality in 19 European Cohorts: Results from the ESCAPE and TRANSPHORM Projects, Environmental International.

26 J. Soares, A. Kousa, J. Kukkonen, L. Matilainen, L. Kangas, M. Kauhaniemi, K. Riikonen, J-P. Jalkanen, T. Rasila, O. Hänninen, T. Koskentalo, M. Aarnio, C. Hendriks, and A. Karppinen, 2014. Refinement of a model for evaluating the population exposure in an urban area, submitted to Geoscientific Model Development (GMD), accepted for publication.

27 Kauhaniemi M., Stojiljkovic A., Pirjola L., Karppinen A., Härkönen J., Kupiainen K., Kangas L., Aarnio M.A., Omstedt G., Denby B.R.,  Kukkonen J., 2014. Comparison of the predictions of two road dust emission models with the measurements of a mobile van. ACP (accepted for publication). http://www.atmos-chem-phys-discuss.net/14/4263/2014/


TRANSPHORM- related presentations at the Air Quality Conference, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, 2014

GLOBAL MODEL SIMULATIONS OF THE IMPACT OF TRANSPORT SECTOR EMISSIONS ON ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL AND CLIMATE

M. Righi (1), J. Hendricks (1), R. Sausen (1)

AN IMPROVED MODEL FOR EVALUATING THE URBAN POPULATION EXPOSURE

J. Soares(1), A. Kousa(1), J. Kukkonen(1), L. Matilainen(1), L. Kangas(1), M. Aarnio(1), M. Kauhaniemi(1), K. Riikonen(1), J.-P. Jalkanen(1), T. Rasila(1), O. Hänninen(3), T. Koskentalo(2) and A. Karppinen(1)

CAN THE PREDICTIONS OF ROAD DUST EMISSION MODELS BE DIRECTLY COMPARED WITH ON-SITE MOBILE MEASUREMENTS?

M. Kauhaniemi (1), A. Stojiljkovic (2), L. Pirjola (3), A. Karppinen (1), J. Härkönen (1), K. Kupiainen (2), L. Kangas (1), M.A. Aarnio (1), G. Omstedt (4), B.R. Denby (5), J. Kukkonen (1)

EVALUATION OF THE PRESENT AND FUTURE AIR QUALITY IN EUROPE BASED ON TRANSPHORM MULTI-MODEL ENSEMBLE

M.Prank (1), M.Sofiev (1), B.Amstrup (2), A.Baklanov (2), H.Denier van der Gon (3), C.Hendriks (3), X.Kong (4), A.Mažeikis (2), R.Nuterman (2), S.Tsyro (5), S.Valiyaveetil (5), X.Vazhappilly Francis (4), J.Kukkonen (1), R.Sokhi (4)

HEALTH IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF LONG-TERM EXPOSURE TO PARTICULATE AIR

POLLUTION WITHIN TRANSPHORM.

B.G. Miller (1), J.F Hurley (1), R.S. Sokhi (2), M. Keuken (3) and B. Brunekreef (4)

EUROPEAN PARTICLE NUMBER EMISSIONS FOR 2005, 2020 AND 2030 WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE TRANSPORT SECTOR.

H.A.C. Denier van der Gon (1), A.J.H. Visschedijk (1), J. Kuenen (1), C. Schieberle (2), I. Vouitsis (3), Z. Samaras (3), J. Moldanova (4), A. Petzold (5)

INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT OF POLICIES FOR REDUCING HEALTH IMPACTS OF AIR POLLUTION CAUSED BY TRANSPORT IN EUROPE

R. Friedrich, J. Roos, C. Schieberle

A COMPREHENSIVE INVENTORY OF EMISSIONS FROM SHIP TRAFFIC IN EUROPE IN 2011

J.-P. Jalkanen, L. Johansson and J. Kukkonen

CHARACTERIZATION OF ULTRAFINE PARTICLE NUMBER CONCENTRATION AND NEW PARTICLE FORMATION IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT OF VILNIUS, LITHUANIA

V. Ulevicius, S. Byčenkienė, K. Plauškaitė, G. Mordas

THE SHIPPING EMISSIONS AND THE COSTS OF EMISSION REGULATIONS IN THE NORTHERN EUROPEAN EMISSION CONTROL AREA

L.O. Johansson(1), J-P. Jalkanen(1), J. Kalli(2) and J. Kukkonen(1)

CALCULATIONS OF PRESENT AND FUTURE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT TRANSPORT MODES ON AIR QUALITY AND HUMAN HEALTH IN EUROPE

J.E.Jonson(1), R. Friedrich (2), S. Tsyro (1), J. Roos (2) and V.S. Semeena(1)

MODELLING OF PARTICULATE MATTER CONCENTRATIONS IN THE HELSINKI METROPOLITAN AREA IN 2008 AND 2010

M.A. Aarnio (1), L. Kangas (1), M. Kauhaniemi (1), A. Karppinen (1), A. Kousa (2), T. Petäjä (3), C. Hendriks (4), J. Kukkonen (1)

PM ATTRIBUTED MORTALITY AND MORBIDITY DUE TO BIOMASS USE IN THESSALONIKI – ESTIMATION OF SOCIOECONOMIC COST

D.A. Sarigiannis (1,2), S. Karakitsios (1,2), M. Kermenidou (1)

ENHANCING PM EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CONCENTRATION-RESPONSE FUNCTIONS

BY INCORPORATING LUNG DEPOSITION AND OXIDATIVE STRESS

D.A. Sarigiannis, S. Karakitsios, M. Kermenidou

MODELLING THE SOURCE CONTRIBUTION OF PARTICULATE MATTER IN OSLO: COMPARISON BETWEEN MODELS AND OBSERVATIONS

B.R. Denby and C. Hak

CARCINOGENIC RISK OF PAHS IN PARTICULATE MATTER FROM BIOMASS COMBUSTION

D.A. Sarigiannis (1,2), D. Zikopoulos (1), M. Kermenidou (1), S. Nicolaki (1,2), S. Karakitsios (1,2)

HEALTH BENEFITS FROM TRANSPORT RELATED GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION POLICIES

D. S. Sarigiannis, P. Kontoroupis, S. Karakitsios, D. Chapizanis

MODELLING EXPOSURE AND LUNG DEPOSITION OF PARTICLE-BOUND POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS (PAHS)

O. Hänninen (1), P. Lipponen (1), R. Sorjamaa (1), M. Lamberti (2), C. Gariazzo (2)

UNCERTAINTIES IN HEALTH IMPACT ESTIMATES DUE TO EXPOSURE AND RESPIRATORY TRACT DEPOSITION PROCESSES

O. Hänninen (1), J. Roos (2), S. Karakitsios (3), P. Kontoroupis (3), D.A. Sarigiannis (3), B. Miller (4)

INTERCOMPARISON OF URBAN SCALE AIR QUALITY MODELS

S. Jonkers (1), E.W. Meijer (1), P.Y.J. Zandveld (1), B. Denby (2), I. Douros, (3), N. Moussiopoulos (3), V. Singh (4), R.S.

Sokhi (4), A. Karppinen (5), L. Kangas (5) and J. Kukkonen (5)

RESIDENTIAL LONG-TERM EXPOSURE TO PARTICULATE MATTER COMPONENTS AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE ENDPOINTS IN ADULTS

A. Peters (1), K. Wolf (1), R. Hampel (1), R. Beelen (2), F. Forastiere (3), I. Kooter (4), A. Jedynska (4), M. Keuken (4), B.

Hoffmann (5), N. Künzli (6), T. Lanki (7), on behalf of the members of the ESCAPE work package 5 and TRANSPHORM

LAND USE REGRESSION MODELLING FOR AIR QUALITY EXPOSURE: A STEP IN THE WRONG DIRECTION

B.R. Denby

CONTRIBUTION OF EMISSION SOURCES TO CONCENTRATIONS OF FINE PARTICULATE MATTER (PM2.5) IN EUROPE

X. Francis (1), R. S. Sokhi (1), C .Chemel (1) H. Denier van der Gon (2)

TRANSPORT RELATED EMISSION ASSESSMENT FOR PRAGUE

N. Benesova (1), M. Kazmukova (2), H. Kazmarova (3)

QUANTIFYING THE RESPONSES OF FUTURE AIR QUALITY OF EUROPE TO CHANGES IN CLIMATE AND EMISSIONS WITH WRF-CMAQ AND HADGEM

X. Kong (1), R.S. Sokhi (1), X. Francis (1), C. Chemel (1), G. Folberth (2) and B. Collins (3)

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF PM2.5 AND PM10: IMPLICATIONS FOR SOURCE APPORTIONMENT STUDIES OVER EUROPE.

H. Price (1), K. Douglas (1), R.S. Sokhi (1), M. Keuken (2), M. Kermenidou (3), D. Sarigiannis (3)

URBAN AND TRAFFIC CONTRIBUTIONS TO PM2.5 IN LONDON

V. Singh (1), R. S. Sokhi (1) and J. Kukkonen (2)

AIRBORNE PARTICULATE MATTER AND ASSOCIATED HEALTH IMPACTS:

NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR EUROPE

R.S. Sokhi and TRANSPHORM Partners

TRANSPORT RELATED EMISSION ASSESSMENT FOR PRAGUE

N. Benesova (1), M. Kazmukova (2), H. Kazmarova (3)

Applicability of an integrated plume rise model for the dispersion from wild-land fires.

Kukkonen, J., J. Nikmo, M. Sofiev, K. Riikonen, T. Petäjä, A. Virkkula, J. Levula, S. Schobesberger and D.M. Webber, 2014. 



Future publications 


Keuken M.P.*1, Moerman M1, Voogt M.1 Klok L.1, Elshout  van den S.2, Amato F.3, Price H.4 and Sokhi R.S.Dispersion of traffic-related primary PM emissions from street canyons to the urban background

M. Righi, J. Hendricks, R. Sausen. The global impact of land transport and shipping on atmospheric aerosol in the Representative Concentration Pathwaysto be submitted to Atmos. Chem. Phys.

M. Righi, J. Hendricks, R. Sausen. The global impact of aviation on atmospheric aerosol in the Representative Concentration Pathwaysto be submitted to Atmos. Chem. Phys.

Lanki et al., Traffic micro-environmental measurements for urban commuters et al.

Aarnio, M.A., L. Kangas, M. Kauhaniemi, A. Karppinen, A. Kousa, T. Petäjä, C. Hendriks and  J. Kukkonen, 2013. MODELLING OF PARTICULATE MATTER CONCENTRATIONS IN THE HELSINKI METROPOLITAN AREA IN 2008 AND 2010. Manuscript in preparation.

Kauhaniemi, M., A. Stojiljkovic, L. Pirjola, A. Karppinen, J. Härkönen, K. Kupiainen, L. Kangas, M.A. Aarnio, G. Omstedt, B.R. Denby, J. Kukkonen, 2013. COMPARISON OF THE PREDICTIONS OF TWO ROAD DUST EMISSION MODELS WITH THE MEASUREMENTS OF A MOBILE VAN. Manuscript submitted to ACP.

J. Soaresa, A. Kousab, J. Kukkonena, L. Matilainenb, L. Kangasa, M. Kauhaniemia, K. Riikonena, J.-P. Jalkanena, T. Rasilaa, O. Hänninenc, T. Koskentalob, M. Aarnio, C. Hendriksd and A. Karppinena, Refinement of a model for evaluating the population exposure in an urban area, Manuscript in preparation. 

M.Prank (1), M.Sofiev (1), B.Amstrup (2), A.Baklanov (2), H.Denier van der Gon (3), C.Hendriks (3), X.Kong (4), A.Mažeikis (2), R.Nuterman (2), S.Tsyro (5), S.Valiyaveetil (5), X.Vazhappilly Francis (4), J.Kukkonen (1), R.Sokhi (4) Evaluation of the present and future air quality in europe based on TRANSPHORM multi-model ensemble  Manuscript in preparation. 

Kukkonen et al., PNC's in TRANSPHORM cities, manuscript planned.

E.W. Meijer (1), S. Jonkers (1), P.Y.J. Zandveld (1), B. Denby (2), I. Sundvor (2), F. Barmpas (3), I. Dourus, (3), N. Moussiopoulos (3), V. Singh (4), A. Karppinen (5), L. Kangas (5)  and J. Kukkonen (5) Intercomparison of urban scale air quality models  Manuscript in preparation. 

 Under preparation for Atmospheric Environment: Dispersion of primary PM traffic emissions from street canyons to the urban background Keuken M.P., Moerman M., Voogt M.,  Klok E.J., Elshout  van den S., Amato F., Price H. and Sokhi R.S.

Under preparation for Atmospheric Environment and to be presented at Garmisch Partenkirchen 2014: Impact of black carbon emissions from inland shipping on air quality and health in The Netherlands Keuken, M.P., Moerman, M., Jonkers S., Hulskotte, J., Denier van der Gon, H.A.C. and Hoek, G.

 Microenvironment particle measurements in Thessaloniki, Greece. Ilias Vouitsisa, Taimisto Pekkab, Apostolos Kelessisc Timo Lanki and Zissis Samarasa1, Submitted to Urban Climate. 

Jukka-Pekka Jalkanen, Lasse Johansson, Jaakko Kukkonen, Shipping emissions from European sea areas, manuscript in preparation.

Model calculations of the effects of present and future emissions of air pollutants from shipping in the Baltic and North Seas, J.E.~Jonson, Jukka-Pekka Jalkanen, Lasse Johansson, Juha Kalli, Michael Gauss, H.A.C. Denier~van~der~Gon

Applicability of an integrated plume rise model for the dispersion from wild-land fires, Manuscript submitted to ACP. J. Kukkonen1, J. Nikmo1, M. Sofiev1, K. Riikonen1, T. Petäjä2, A. Virkkula1,2, J. Levula3, S. Schobesberger2, and D.M. Webber4

Moldanová, J., Haeger Eugensson, M., Tang, L., 2014. Contribution of shipping to PM concentrations in harbour cities – Effect of secondary PM. Manuscript for Urban Climate.

 

Anderson, M., Boman, J., Moldanova, J., Holmin Fridell, S., 2014, Size-resolved chemical composition of particulate matter emitted from marine engines. Manuscript for Atmospheric Environment.

 




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