R.M.Harrison
R.M.Harrison
Professor of Environmental Health, University of Birmingham
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei bham.ac.uk
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Source apportionment of atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons collected from an urban location in Birmingham, UK
RM Harrison, DJT Smith, L Luhana
Environmental science & technology 30 (3), 825-832, 1996
14451996
Particulate matter in the atmosphere: which particle properties are important for its effects on health?
RM Harrison, J Yin
Science of the total environment 249 (1-3), 85-101, 2000
13302000
Sources and properties of non-exhaust particulate matter from road traffic: a review
A Thorpe, RM Harrison
Science of the total environment 400 (1-3), 270-282, 2008
12732008
Volatile organic compounds in the atmosphere
RE Hester, RM Harrison
Royal Society of Chemistry, 1995
1157*1995
Frenetic: A network programming language
N Foster, R Harrison, MJ Freedman, C Monsanto, J Rexford, A Story, ...
ACM Sigplan Notices 46 (9), 279-291, 2011
9562011
The validity of self-reported drug use: Improving the accuracy of survey estimates
LD Harrison, A Hughes
US Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health …, 1997
936*1997
Carbonaceous aerosol in urban and rural European atmospheres: estimation of secondary organic carbon concentrations
LM Castro, CA Pio, RM Harrison, DJT Smith
Atmospheric Environment 33 (17), 2771-2781, 1999
9091999
Source apportionment of particulate matter in Europe: a review of methods and results
M Viana, TAJ Kuhlbusch, X Querol, A Alastuey, RM Harrison, PK Hopke, ...
Journal of aerosol science 39 (10), 827-849, 2008
9022008
The effects of meteorological factors on atmospheric bioaerosol concentrations—a review
AM Jones, RM Harrison
Science of the total environment 326 (1-3), 151-180, 2004
8372004
Estimation of the contribution of road traffic emissions to particulate matter concentrations from field measurements: A review
P Pant, RM Harrison
Atmospheric environment 77, 78-97, 2013
8242013
Chemical associations of lead, cadmium, copper, and zinc in street dusts and roadside soils
RM Harrison, DPH Laxen, SJ Wilson
Environmental Science & Technology 15 (11), 1378-1383, 1981
8071981
Hybrid zones and the evolutionary process
RG Harrison, RG Harrison
Oxford University Press on Demand, 1993
7891993
Pollution: causes, effects and control
RM Harrison
Royal society of chemistry, 2015
7402015
A European aerosol phenomenology–3: Physical and chemical characteristics of particulate matter from 60 rural, urban, and kerbside sites across Europe
JP Putaud, R Van Dingenen, A Alastuey, H Bauer, W Birmili, J Cyrys, ...
Atmospheric Environment 44 (10), 1308-1320, 2010
7352010
Speciation and origin of PM10 and PM2. 5 in selected European cities
X Querol, A Alastuey, CR Ruiz, B Artiñano, HC Hansson, RM Harrison, ...
Atmospheric environment 38 (38), 6547-6555, 2004
6982004
Particles, air quality, policy and health
MR Heal, P Kumar, RM Harrison
Chemical Society Reviews 41 (19), 6606-6630, 2012
5832012
Mobility particle size spectrometers: harmonization of technical standards and data structure to facilitate high quality long-term observations of atmospheric particle number …
A Wiedensohler, W Birmili, A Nowak, A Sonntag, K Weinhold, M Merkel, ...
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 5 (3), 657-685, 2012
5692012
Ultrafine particles in cities
P Kumar, L Morawska, W Birmili, P Paasonen, M Hu, M Kulmala, ...
Environment international 66, 1-10, 2014
538*2014
A European aerosol phenomenology—1: physical characteristics of particulate matter at kerbside, urban, rural and background sites in Europe
R Van Dingenen, F Raes, JP Putaud, U Baltensperger, A Charron, ...
Atmospheric Environment 38 (16), 2561-2577, 2004
5292004
Evaluating the toxicity of airborne particulate matter and nanoparticles by measuring oxidative stress potential—a workshop report and consensus statement
JG Ayres, P Borm, FR Cassee, V Castranova, K Donaldson, A Ghio, ...
Inhalation toxicology 20 (1), 75-99, 2008
5042008
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