Air Quality Research Repository – Sort Option

This is a repository of (only) journal articles related to air pollution covering all the key subjects like emission inventories, emission factors, dispersion modeling, source apportionment, health impact studies, energy scenarios, etc. While the list is populated with India specific papers, a number of interesting and useful papers from other countries are also included. Follow the article links to the journal pages for full articles.

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Coffey, E R; Muvandimwe, D; Hagar, Y; Wiedinmyer, C; Kanyomse, E; Piedrahita, R; Dickinson, K L; Oduro, A; Hannigan, M P

New Emission Factors and Efficiencies from in-Field Measurements of Traditional and Improved Cookstoves and Their Potential Implications Journal Article

Environmental Science and Technology, 51 (21), pp. 12508-12517, 2017, (cited By 1).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: Air Pollutants; Air Pollution, air pollution; air quality; Article; combustion; cooking; environment; food; Ghana; heat transfer; meal; moisture; particulate matter; wood; air pollutant; household; indoor air pollution, Air quality impacts; Biomass fuels; Cooking technology; Emission factors; Environmental concerns; Mixed-effect models; Particulate Matter; Thermal efficiency, air quality; biomass burning; carbon dioxide; carbon monoxide; cooking appliance; domestic waste; efficiency measurement; emission; factor analysis; health impact; in situ measurement; particulate matter, Air quality; Carbon dioxide; Carbon monoxide; Charcoal; Fuels; Heating; Organic carbon, carbon dioxide; carbon monoxide; charcoal; fuel; organic carbon, Ghana, Indoor; Cooking; Ghana; Household Articles; Particulate Matter; Wood, Stoves

Matawle, J L; Pervez, S; Shrivastava, A; Tiwari, S; Pant, P; Deb, M K; Bisht, D S; Pervez, Y F

PM2.5 pollution from household solid fuel burning practices in central India: 1. Impact on indoor air quality and associated health risks Journal Article

Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 39 (5), pp. 1045-1058, 2017, (cited By 2).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: air pollutant; analysis; cooking; environmental monitoring; exposure; health status indicator; human; India; indoor air pollution; particle size; particulate matter; risk assessment, Air Pollutants; Air Pollution, air quality; ambient air; atmospheric pollution; burning; concentration (composition); health risk; indoor air; particulate matter, India, Indoor; Cooking; Environmental Monitoring; Health Status Indicators; Humans; India; Inhalation Exposure; Particle Size; Particulate Matter; Risk Assessment


Smith, K R; Peel, J L

Mind the gap Journal Article

Environmental Health Perspectives, 118 (12), pp. 1643-1645, 2010, (cited By 87).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: Air Pollutants; Air Pollution, air pollution; air quality; biomass; cardiovascular disease; cardiovascular risk; cigarette smoking; combustion; cooking; developing country; environmental exposure; environmental health; heating; human; mortality; note; particulate matter; priority journal; risk assessment, Drug; Humans; Inhalation Exposure; Particle Size; Particulate Matter; Risk Factors; Tobacco Smoke Pollution, Indoor; Biofuels; Cardiovascular Diseases; Dose-Response Relationship, Nicotiana tabacum, tobacco smoke