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  1. European characterization factors for human health damage of PM10 and ozone in life cycle impact assessment

    This paper presents characterization factors (CFs) for human health effects of fine particulate (PM 10 ) and ozone in Europe for the purpose of life cycle impact assessment. The CFs express the...

  2. Theme sites

    PBL hosts a number of thematic subsites. These websites are stand-alone sections of the PBL website, presenting information on scientific theme(s) or models, hosted at PBL. For information on...

  3. Gas fluxes of N2O, NO and NH3 to the atmosphere

    The acceleration of the global nitrogen (N) cycle due to human activities is the major cause of the increase in the atmospheric nitrous oxide (N2O) concentration of 0.7 ppb per year and of the...

  4. Impact klimaatverandering

    Het KNMI heeft berekend dat Nederland tweemaal zo snel opwarmt als het wereldgemiddelde. De klimaatgevolgen voor ons land kunnen daarom groter zijn dan tot nu toe is aangenomen. Klimaatverandering...

  5. The LOTOS-EUROS model: description, validation and latest developments

    This paper presents a validation study for oxidants and secondary inorganic aerosols using the new regional Chemistry Transport Model (CTM) Long Term Ozone Simulation (LOTOS) European Operational...

  6. Indirecte baten van klimaatbeleid

    Streng mondiaal klimaatbeleid leidt tot een forse verbetering van de lokale luchtkwaliteit en daarmee tot minder gezondheidsverlies. Maatregelen om in 2050 de wereldwijde uitstoot van...

  7. What are the problems associated with reactive nitrogen (Nr)?

    in Nr lead to the production of tropospheric ozone and aerosols that induce serious respiratory illness, ...
  8. Co-benefits of climate policy

    A stringent global climate policy will lead to considerable improvements in local air quality and consequently improves health. Measures to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases to 50% of 2005...

  9. Biogeophysical effects of land use on climate: model simulations of radiative forcing and large-scale temperature change

    Changes in land cover affect climate through the surface energy and moisture budgets. Here we assess the importance of these biogeophysical effects for present-day climate, and quantify the...

  10. Global inventory of ammonia emissions from global livestock production and fertilizer use

    Ammonia is an important atmospheric pollutant with a wide variety of impacts ranging from aerosol formation, soil acidification, eutrophication, and biodiversity loss in ecosystems. One of the major...