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Atmospheric Pollution Research Volume 6, Issue 2, March 2015, Ranking the suitability of common urban tree species for controlling PM2.5 pollution. Open Access Abstract Pollution caused by particles with aerodynamic diameters less than 2.5 μm (PM2.5) is now a major environmental problem in many Asian cities.

Atmospheric Pollution Research Volume 6, Issue 2, March 2015, Ranking the suitability of common urban tree species for controlling PM2.5 pollution

Planting more trees has been suggested as an unconventional approach to alleviate the problem. In this study, we developed a ranking approach to evaluate the PM2.5 removal efficiency, negative impacts on air quality, and the suitability to urban environments of commonly occurring urban tree species. The results showed that the most frequently occurring tree species in global cities were not the best performers in removing PM2.5. Keywords: Air pollutant; urban environment; urban greening; biophysical characteristics. PEERJ 04/06/15 Assessment of water pollution in the Brazilian Pampa biome by means of stress biomarkers in tadpoles of the leaf frog Phyllomedusa iheringii (Anura: Hylidae) BMC Microbiology 2011, 11:132 A species independent universal bio-detection microarray for pathogen forensics and phylogenetic c. EMERGING HEALTH THREATS JOURNAL Vol 3 (2010) The landscape of international event-based biosurveillance. Tosti and Gallo, J Marine Sci Res Development 2012, 2:2 Best Biomarker and Bioindicator for Marine Environmental Pollution.

PLANET EARTH 09/08/13 Bird eggs reveal urban pollution. Bird eggs reveal urban pollution 9 August 2013, by Tom Marshall Birds' eggs show just how serious a problem river pollution remains in the UK's former industrial heartlands, according to a new study.

PLANET EARTH 09/08/13 Bird eggs reveal urban pollution

Scientists analysed the eggs of Eurasian Dippers living in 33 rivers in South Wales, comparing the eggs of birds living along urban waterways with those of their rural peers. The city-dwellers' eggs contained large amounts of several harmful chemicals – in some cases four times higher than their country cousins, and approaching levels known to cause permanent damage. Indeed, the team detected some of the highest levels of one particular class of pollutants ever recorded in songbirds. The rivers of the Welsh valleys suffered severe pollution during the area's mining and industrial heyday; in the 1970s they were among Europe's most contaminated watercourses. But the cleanup hasn't gone nearly far enough. IJERPH, Vol. 10, 2013: Study of Environmental Health Problems in Korea Using Integrated Environmental Health Indicators.

Braz. arch. biol. technol. vol.56 no.4 Curitiba July/Aug. 2013 The bioindicative potential evaluation of Tabebuia alba (Cham.) S. The bioindicative potential evaluation of Tabebuia alba (Cham.)

Braz. arch. biol. technol. vol.56 no.4 Curitiba July/Aug. 2013 The bioindicative potential evaluation of Tabebuia alba (Cham.) Sandwith, Bignoniaceae, in urban atmospheric pollution – guatemalt
Braz. arch. biol. technol. vol.56 no.4 Curitiba July/Aug. 2013 The bioindicative potential evaluation of Tabebuia alba (Cham.) S

GOV_UK 01/10/13 A series of indicators monitoring agricultural and environmental change in England. OMS 04/06/09 Biomonitoring of Human Milk for Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) EHP NOV 2006 Potential Uses of Biomonitoring Data: A Case Study Using the Organophosphorus Pesticides Chlorpyrifos and Malathion. EHP AVR 2005 Assessing Exposure to Organophosphorus Pesticides by Biomonitoring in Epidemiologic Studies of Birth Outcomes. ENVIRONMENT AGENCY - 2008 - Review and implementation study of biomonitoring for assessment of air quality outcomes. JOINT NATURE CONSERVATION COMMITTEE - Au sommaire: Biomonitoring methods for assessing the impacts of nitrogen pollution: refine. CDC EID AVRIL 2009 Enhancing Time-Series Detection Algorithms for Automated Biosurveillance. Jerome I.

CDC EID AVRIL 2009 Enhancing Time-Series Detection Algorithms for Automated Biosurveillance

Tokars , Howard Burkom, Jian Xing, Roseanne English, Steven Bloom, Kenneth Cox, and Julie A. Pavlin. CDC MMWR 24/09/04 Role of Data Aggregation in Biosurveillance Detection Strategies with Applications from ESSENCE. Howard S.

CDC MMWR 24/09/04 Role of Data Aggregation in Biosurveillance Detection Strategies with Applications from ESSENCE

Burkom,1 Y. Elbert,2 A. Feldman,1 J. Lin1 1Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Maryland; 2Walter Reed Army Institute for Research, Silver Spring, Maryland. GAO – JUIN 2010 - Biosurveillance: Efforts to Develop a National Biosurveillance Capability Need a National Strategy and a Desig. JOINT NATURE CONSERVATION COMMITTEE (UK) - 2004 - Bioindicator and biomonitoring methods for assessing the effects of atmospheri. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease (2011)247-250 Landscape epidemiology: An emerging perspective in the mapping and model. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2009, 6(8), 2307-2331 Morphological Deformities as Biomarkers. 1.

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2009, 6(8), 2307-2331 Morphological Deformities as Biomarkers

Introduction In contaminated waters, fish may exhibit whole animal, morphological, histopathological, cellular, organismic, or parasitic aspects of abnormalities, some of which can be used as biomarkers of contamination exposure [1–10]. The use of abnormalities in fish as biomarkers has become more prevalent in recent years [6,11–17]. Biomarkers in fish can provide a chronic indication the environmental condition than can more general and acute indices such as plankton analyses or water quality parameters.

However, the cause-and-effect relationships between biomarkers and certain suspected pollutants cannot always be established [18]. HEALTH RESEARCH FOR ACTION - SEPT 2011 - Biomonitoring: The Chemicals Within Us. J. Environ. Monit., 2008 Spatial biomonitoring of persistent organic pollutants in Iran: a study using locally produced butter. COST - Agricultural Bio-Markers for Array Technology. Descriptions are provided by the Actions directly via e-COST.

COST - Agricultural Bio-Markers for Array Technology

The aim of the Action was to constitute a European network of laboratories with similar interests that collaborate in the evaluation of the suitability of the developed array-products on a pan-European scale. The Action mainly focused on evaluation of the technique for agricultural purposes such as diagnostics, large scale screening and breeding. New strategies for detecting pests and plant pathogens have been developed in order to improve and harmonise the diagnostic procedures within the European Community. To give just one example, the PRI-Lock and Pad-Lock systems, which are under patenting procedure, have been successfully set up. Furthermore, several DNA-based microarrays have been created for pathogen identification, such as plant viruses or bacteria which are among the EPPO list of quarantine species.

Another objective of our Action was to establish a probe database. Also the home page functioned very well.

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