INTERA:Benzene concentrations in Europe

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Scope

The Benzene concentrations in indoor, outdoor and personal measurements in several European countries.

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Data

Data is obtained from various published studies.

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µg/m3

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References

  1. Schneider et al. 2001. Indoor and outdoor BTX levels in German cities. The Science of The Total Environment 267:41-51.
  2. Field et al. 2005. Population Exposure to Air Pollutants in Europe (PEOPLE): Methodological Strategy and Basic Results. European Communities, Report EUR 21810 EN. http://ies.jrc.ec.europa.eu/uploads/fileadmin/Documentation/Reports/Emissions_and_Health/EUR/2005/EUR_21810_EN.pdf
  3. Kim et al. 2001. Concentrations and sources of volatile organic compounds in urban domestic and public microenvironments. Indoor & Built Environement 10:147-153.
  4. Gustafson et al 2007. The impact of domestic wood burning on personal, indoor and outdoor levels of 1,3-butadiene, benzene, formaldehyde and acetaldehyde. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 9:23-32.
  5. Topp et al. 2004. Indoor and outdoor air concentrations of BTEX and NO2: correlation of repeated measurements. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 6:807-812.
  6. Kouniali et al 2003. Environmental benzene exposure assessment for parent-child pairs in Rouen, France. Science of the Total Environment 308: 73-82.
  7. Expolis database. http://www.ktl.fi/expolis/index.php?id=19
  8. Chatzis et al. 2005. Indoor air and personal exposure to benzene in Athens, Greece in 1997-1998 with 50 non-smoking persons. Sci. Total Environ. 349:72-80.
  9. Fondelli et al. 2008. Benzene exposure in 67 non-smoking persons residing in a district of Florence, Italy in 2002-2003. Science of the Total Environment 392:41-49
  10. Ilgen et al. 2001a. Personal exposure to aromatic hydrocarbons with 55 non-smoking persons in Germany in 1995-1997. Atmospheric Environment 35:1265-1279.
  11. Ilgen et al. 2001b. Aromatic hydrocarbons in indoor and outdoor air and in non-smoking persons blood in Northern Germany in 1995-1997. Atmospheric Environment 35:1235-1252.
  12. Schneider et al. 1999. Vertical and horizontal variability of volatile organic compounds in homes in Eastern Germany. J Expo Anal Environ Epidemiol 9:82-292.
  13. Hoffman et al. 2000. J. Exposure Assessment & Environ. Epidemiology 10:115-125.
  14. Gonzalez-Flesca et al. 2007. Atmospheric Environment 41:2549-2558
  15. Kotzias et al. 2005. The AIRMEX (European Indoor Air Monitoring and Exposure Assessment) Project report. European Commission
  16. Janssen et al. 2001. Assessment of exposure to traffic related air pollution of children attending schools near motorways. Atmos Environ 35:3875–84.

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