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Pultz, J. (author), Banzhaf, S. (author), Thurkow, M. (author), Kranenburg, R. (author), Schaap, M. (author)
The exposure to ambient particulate matter in metropolitan areas is a major health problem. A prerequisite for formulating effective mitigation strategies it to understand the origin of particulate matter in terms of source regions and sectors. We performed a source attribution of particulate matter (PM) for the Berlin agglomeration area...
article 2023
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Janssen, R.J.N. (author), Geers, L.F.G. (author), Schaap, M. (author)
conference paper 2022
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Schaap, M. (author)
De Europese Habitatrichtlijn schrijft voor dat de Europese lidstaten de verslechtering van de biodiversiteit aan belangrijke plant- en diersoorten in Natura 2000-gebieden zoveel mogelijk moeten voorkomen. Sinds de uitspraak van de Raad van State in 2019 mogen economische activiteiten alleen worden ontplooid als deze de Natura 2000- gebieden niet...
other 2022
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Wintjen, P. (author), Schrader, F. (author), Schaap, M. (author), Beudert, B. (author), Kranenburg, R. (author), Brummer, C. (author)
To monitor the effect of current nitrogen emissions and mitigation strategies, total (wet + dry) atmospheric nitrogen deposition to forests is commonly estimated using chemical transport models or canopy budget models in combination with throughfall measurements. Since flux measurements of reactive nitrogen (Nr) compounds are scarce, dry...
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Timmermans, R.M.A. (author), van Pinxteren, D. (author), Kranenburg, R. (author), Hendriks, C. (author), Fomba, K.W. (author), Herrmann, H. (author), Schaap, M. (author)
Due to its serious health impact particulate matter is one of the air pollutants subject to abatement policies. Information on the main sources responsible for high concentrations of pollutants is therefore crucial to enable effective policy measures. In this study we compared two different methods for attribution of particulate matter...
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van der Graaf, S. (author), Dammers, E. (author), Segers, A.J. (author), Kranenburg, R. (author), Schaap, M. (author), Shephard, M.W. (author), Erisman, J.W. (author)
Atmospheric levels of ammonia (NH3) have substantially increased during the last century, posing a hazard to both human health and environmental quality. The atmospheric budget of NH3, however, is still highly uncertain due to an overall lack of observations. Satellite observations of atmospheric NH3 may help us in the current observational and...
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Timmermans, R.M.A. (author), Segers, A.J. (author), Dammers, E. (author), Jorba, O. (author), Bowdalo, D. (author), Fagerli, H. (author), Valdebenito, A. (author), Colette, A. (author), Descombes, G. (author), Kouznetsov, R. (author), Uppstu, A. (author), Schaap. M., (author)
Within Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) an ensemble of 9 chemistry transport models provides daily analyses and forecasts, as well as annual reanalyses over Europe. The CAMS_61 project was developed to provide development plans, guidelines and tools for the upgrade of the models within this regional air quality service. In this...
conference paper 2022
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Thurkow, M. (author), Kirchner, I. (author), Kranenburg, R. (author), Timmermans, R.M.A. (author), Schaap, M. (author)
Particulate matter (PM) remains as one of the most relevant air-quality concerns in urban environments. The Berlin agglomeration area is still affected by exceedances of the daily limit value of the PM concentration, especially during wintertime PM episodes. In this study, we present test-case studies with the LOTOS-EUROS CTM to improve the...
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Khan, B. (author), Banzhaf, S. (author), Chann, E.C. (author), Forkel, R. (author), Kanani-Suhring, F. (author), Ketelsen, K. (author), Kurppa, M. (author), Maronga, B. (author), Mauder, M. (author), Raasch, S. (author), Russo, E. (author), Schaap, M. (author), Suhring, M. (author)
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van der Graaf, S. (author), Dammers, E. (author), Segers, A. (author), Kranenburg, R. (author), Schaap, M. (author), Shephard, M.W. (author), Erisman, J.W. (author)
Atmospheric levels of ammonia (NH3) have substantially increased during the last century, posing a hazard to both human health and environmental quality. The atmospheric budget of NH3, however, is still highly uncertain due to an overall lack of observations. Satellite observations of atmospheric NH3 may help us in the current observational and...
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Super, I. (author), Dellaert, S.N.C. (author), Tokaya, J.P. (author), Schaap, M. (author)
Constraining urban emissions is gaining more attention because of the important role of cities in reaching na tional climate mitigation targets. Urban inverse modelling studies could constrain emissions of large hotspots, but still face many challenges. It has been argued that more detailed information is needed on both atmospheric transport and...
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van der Graaf, S.C. (author), Janssen, T.A.J. (author), Erisman, J.W. (author), Schaap, M. (author)
Atmospheric reactive nitrogen (N) deposition is an important driver of carbon (C)sequestration in forest ecosystems. Previous studies have focused on N-C interactions in various ecosystems; however, relatively little is known about the impact of N deposition on ecosystem C cycling during climate extremes such as droughts. With the occurrence and...
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Timmermans, R. (author), Kranenburg, R. (author), Hendriks, C. (author), Thürkow, M. (author), Kirchner, I. (author), van Pinxteren, D. (author), Schaap, M. (author)
In Eastern Germany winter episodes with PM10 exceedances of EU limit values are often connected to continental air masses, combining polluted air from Eastern Europe with air pollution from local urban sources. The EU air quality legislation requires the analysis of the contribution of such cross-boundary transport to exceedances for development...
conference paper 2020
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Pommier, M. (author), Fagerli, H. (author), Schulz, M. (author), Valdebenito, A. (author), Kranenburg, M. (author), Schaap, M. (author)
article 2020
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Daellenbach, K.R. (author), Uzu, G. (author), Jiang, J. (author), Casagnes, L.E. (author), Leni, Z. (author), Vlachou, A. (author), Stefenelli, G. (author), Canonaco, F. (author), Weber, S. (author), Segers, A.J. (author), Schaap, M. (author), Favez, O. (author), Albinet, A. (author), Aksoyoglu, S. (author), Dommen, J. (author), Geiser, M. (author), Baltensperger, U. (author), El-Haddad, I. (author), Jaffrezo, J.L. (author), Prevot, A.S.H. (author)
Particulate matter is a component of ambient air pollution that has been linked to millions of annual premature deaths globally1–3 . Assessments of the chronic and acute efects of particulate matter on human health tend to be based on mass concentration, with particle size and composition also thought to play a part4 . Oxidative potential has...
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Belis, C.A. (author), Pernigotti, D. (author), Pirovano, G. (author), Favez, O. (author), Jaffrezo, J.L. (author), Kuenen, J. (author), denier van der Gon, H. (author), Reizer, M. (author), Riffault, V. (author), Alleman, L.Y. (author), Almeida, M. (author), Amato, F. (author), Angyal, A. (author), Argyropoulos, G. (author), Bande, S. (author), Beslic, I. (author), Besombes, J.L. (author), Bove, M.C. (author), Brotto, P. (author), Calori, G. (author), Cesari, D. (author), Colombi, C. (author), Contini, D. (author), de Gennaro, G. (author), di Gilio, A. (author), Diapouli, E. (author), el Haddad, I. (author), Elbern, H. (author), Eleftheriadis, K. (author), Ferreira, J. (author), Vivanco, M.G. (author), Gilardoni, S. (author), Golly, B. (author), Hellebust, S. (author), Hopke, P.K. (author), Izadmanesh, Y. (author), Jorquera, H. (author), Krajsek, K. (author), Kranenburg, R. (author), Lazzeri, P. (author), Lenartz, F. (author), Lucarelli, F. (author), Maciejewska, K. (author), Manders, A. (author), Manousakas, M. (author), Masiol, M. (author), Mircea, M. (author), Mooibroek, D. (author), Nava, S. (author), Oliveira, D. (author), Paglione, M. (author), Pandolfi, M. (author), Perrone, M. (author), Petralia, E. (author), Pietrodangelo, A. (author), Pillon, S. (author), Pokorna, P. (author), Prati, P. (author), Salameh, D. (author), Samara, C. (author), Samek, L. (author), Saraga, D. (author), Sauvage, S. (author), Schaap, M. (author), Scotto, F. (author), Sega, K. (author), Siour, G. (author), Tauler, R. (author), Valli, G. (author), Vecchi, R. (author), Venturini, E. (author), Vestenius, M. (author), Waked, A. (author), Yubero, E. (author)
In this study, the performance of two types of source apportionment models was evaluated by assessing the results provided by 40 different groups in the framework of an intercomparison organised by FAIRMODE WG3 (Forum for air quality modelling in Europe, Working Group 3). The evaluation was based on two performance indicators: z-scores and the...
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van der Graaf, S.C. (author), Kranenburg, R. (author), Segers, A.J. (author), Schaap, M. (author)
The nitrogen cycle has been continuously disrupted by human activity over the past century, resulting in almost a tripling of the total reactive nitrogen fixation in Europe. Consequently, excessive amounts of reactive nitrogen (Nr) have manifested in the environment, leading to a cascade of adverse effects, such as acidification and eutrophication...
article 2020
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Ge, X. (author), Schaap, M. (author), Kranenburg, R. (author), Segers, A. (author), Reinds, G.J. (author), Kros, H. (author), de Vries, W. (author)
Ammonia emissions to the atmosphere have increased substantially in Europe since 1960, largely due to the intensification of agriculture as illustrated by enhanced livestock and use of fertilizers. These associated emissions of reactive nitrogen, particulate matter and acid deposition have contributed to negative societal impacts on human health...
article 2020
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Theobald, M.R. (author), Vivanco, M.G. (author), Aas, W. (author), Andersson, C. (author), Ciarelli, G. (author), Couvidat, F. (author), Cuvelier, K. (author), Manders, A. (author), Mircea, M. (author), Pay, M.-T. (author), Tsyro, S. (author), Adani, M. (author), Bergström, R. (author), Bessagnet, B. (author), Briganti, G. (author), Cappelletti, A. (author), D'Isidoro, M. (author), Fagerli, H. (author), Mar, K. (author), Otero, N. (author), Raffort, V. (author), Roustan, Y. (author), Schaap, M. (author), Wind, P. (author), Colette, A. (author)
The wet deposition of nitrogen and sulfur in Europe for the period 1990-2010 was estimated by six atmospheric chemistry transport models (CHIMERE, CMAQ, EMEP MSC-W, LOTOS-EUROS, MATCH and MINNI) within the framework of the EURODELTA-Trends model intercomparison. The simulated wet deposition and its trends for two 11-year periods (1990-2000 and...
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Escudero, M. (author), Segers, A. (author), Kranenburg, R. (author), Querol, X. (author), Alastuey, A. (author), Borge, R. (author), de la Paz, D. (author), Gangoiti, G. (author), Schaap, M. (author)
Tropospheric O3 remains a major air-quality issue in the Mediterranean region. The combination of large anthropogenic emissions of precursors, transboundary contributions, a warm and dry aestival climate, and topographical features results in severe cases of photochemical pollution. Chemical transport models (CTMs) are essential tools for...
article 2019
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