Volume 24, Issue 13, May 2017

Biomonitoring of Atmospheric Pollution: Possibilities and Future Challenges (pp. 11865-12080)

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ISSN: 0944-1344 (Print) 1614-7499 (Online)

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    Biomonitoring of atmospheric pollution: possibilities and future challenges

    Assessment of dioxin-like activity in PM10 air samples from an industrial location in Algeria, using the DRE-CALUX bioassay

    Sidali Khedidji, Kim Croes Pages 11868-11877
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    Biomonitoring of atmospheric pollution: possibilities and future challenges

    Exposure assessment of a cyclist to particles and chemical elements

    C. A. Ramos, J. R. Silva, T. Faria Pages 11879-11889
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    Biomonitoring of atmospheric pollution: possibilities and future challenges

    Quality means decency–on the quality of teaching through accreditation of the course?

    Bernd Markert, Bernd Delakowitz Pages 11940-11948
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    Biomonitoring of atmospheric pollution: possibilities and future challenges

    A quarter century of biomonitoring atmospheric pollution in the Czech Republic

    Ivan Suchara, Julie Sucharová, Marie Holá Pages 11949-11963
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    Biomonitoring of atmospheric pollution: possibilities and future challenges

    Vitality assessment of exposed lichens along different altitudes. Influence of weather conditions

    Bruno J. Vieira, M. C. Freitas Pages 11991-11997
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    Biomonitoring of atmospheric pollution: possibilities and future challenges

    Phytoremediation of contaminated soils containing gasoline using Ludwigia octovalvis (Jacq.) in greenhouse pots

    Asia Fadhile Al-Mansoory, Mushrifah Idris Pages 11998-12008
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    Biomonitoring of atmospheric pollution: possibilities and future challenges

    Traffic represents the main source of pollution in small Mediterranean urban areas as seen by lichen functional groups

    Esteve Llop, Pedro Pinho, Manuel C Ribeiro Pages 12016-12025
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    Biomonitoring of atmospheric pollution: possibilities and future challenges

    Scenario-based analysis of traffic-related PM2.5 concentration: Lisbon case study

    Marta V. Faria, Gonçalo O. Duarte Pages 12026-12037
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    Biomonitoring of atmospheric pollution: possibilities and future challenges

    The role of forest in mitigating the impact of atmospheric dust pollution in a mixed landscape

    Artur Santos, Pedro Pinho, Silvana Munzi Pages 12038-12048
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