2014 | Scientific Publications
    Salthammer, T., T. Schripp, S. Wientzek, & M. Wensing

    The use of combustion heat sources like wood-burning fireplaces has regained popularity in the past years due to increasing energy costs. While the outdoor emissions from wood ovens are strictly...

    2014 | Scientific Publications
    Escobedo, L. E., W. M. Champion, N. Li, & L. D. Montoya

    Indoor concentrations of airborne pollutants can be several times higher than those found outdoors, often due to poor ventilation, overcrowding, and the contribution of indoor sources within a...

    2014 | Scientific Publications
    Kliucininkas, L., E. Krugly, I. Stasiulaitiene, I. Radziuniene, T. Prasauskas, A. Jonusas, V. Kauneliene, D. Martuzevicius

    Emissions from the fuel combustion in the energy production are causes of concern due to associated health risks, but little information is available on the impact of residential fuel burning on...

    2014 | Scientific Advisory Panel Updates

    The social imperatives for proper lighting and cleaner lighting sources are immense. The positive side of the kerosene lamp story is that off-the-shelf, cost effective and scalable technologies...

    2014 | Scientific Publications
    Hu, W., G. S. Downward, B. Reiss, J. Xu, B. A. Bassig, H. D. Hosgood, III, L. Zhang, W. J. Seow, G. Wu, R. S. Chapman, L. Tian, F. Wei, R. Vermeulen, & Q. Lan

    The combustion of biomass and coal is the dominant source of household air pollution (HAP) in China, and contributes significantly to the total burden of disease in the Chinese population. To...

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