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The publications of the FRES research team

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Most important peer-reviewed publications

 

Klimont, Z., K., Kupiainen, K., Visschedijk, A., Denier van der Gon, H.A.C., Amann, M. 2017. Global anthropogenic emissions of particulate matter including black carbon. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussion. 

Fauser P., M. Ketzel, T. Becker, M.S. Plejdrup, J. Brandt, L. Gidhagen, G. Omstedt, T. Skårman, A. Bartonova, P. Schwarze, N. Karvosenoja, V.-V. Paunu, J. Kukkonen, A. Karppinen 2017. Human exposure to carcinogens in ambient air in Denmark, Finland and Sweden. Atmospheric Environment 167:283–297.

Kupiainen, K., Ritola, R., Stojiljkovic, A., Pirjola, L., Malinen, A., Niemi, J.  2016.  Contribution of mineral dust sources to street side ambient and suspension PM10 samples. Atmospheric environment 147: 178-189. 

Thunis, P., Miranda, A., Baldasano, J.M., Blond, N., Douros, J.,  Graff, A., Janssen, S., Juda-Rezler, K.,  Karvosenoja, N., Maffeis, G., Martilli, A., Rasoloharimahefa, M., Real, E., Viaene, P., Volta, M., White, L. 2016: Overview of current regional and local scale air quality modelling practices: Assessment and planning tools in the EU. Environmental Science & Policy

Flanner M., Berntsen T., Kupiainen K., Langner J., von Salzen K., Wang H. Arctic Radiative Forcing and Climate Response: Literature Review. In: AMAP Assessment 2015: Black Carbon and Ozone as Arctic Climate Forcers. Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), Oslo, Norway, vii + 124 pp.

Höglund-Isaksson L., Thomson A., Kupiainen K., Rao S., Janssens-Maenhout G. Anthropogenic Methane Sources, Emissions and Future Projections. In: AMAP Assessment 2015: Methane as and Arctic Climate Forcer. Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), Oslo, Norway, vii + 139 pp.

Pietikäinen J.-P., Kupiainen K., Klimont Z., Makkonen R., Korhonen H., Karinkanta R., Hyvärinen A.-P., Karvosenoja N., Laaksonen A., Lihavainen H. and Kerminen V.-M. 2015. Impacts of emission reductions on aerosol radiative effects. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 15:5501–5519

Henriksson S., Pietikäinen J.-P., Hyvärinen A.-P., Räisänen P., Kupiainen K., Tonttila J., Hooda R., Lihavainen H., O’Donnell D., Backman L., Klimont Z., Laaksonen A. 2014. Spatial distributions and seasonal cycles of aerosol climate effects in India seen in global climate-aerosol model. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 14, 10177–10192.

Kauhaniemi M., Stojiljkovic A., Pirjola L., Karppinen A., Härkönen J., Kupiainen K., Kangas L., Aarnio M.A., Omstedt G., Denby B.R., Kukkonen J., 2014. Comparison of the predictions of two road dust emission models with the measurements of a mobile van. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 14, 9155-9169.

Judl J., Koskela S., Korpela T., Karvosenoja N., Häyrinen A. and Rantsi J. 2014. Net environmental impacts of low-share wood pellet co-combustion in an existing coal-fired CHP production. Energy 77: 844-851

Ekholm T., Karvosenoja K., Tissari J., Sokka L., Kupiainen K., Sippula O., Savolahti M., Jokiniemi J, Savolainen I. 2014. A multi-criteria analysis of climate, health and acidification impacts due to greenhouse gases and air pollution—The case of household-level heating technologies. Energy Policy 74:499-509.

Karvosenoja N., Kangas L., Kupiainen K., Kukkonen J., Karppinen A., Sofiev M., Tainio M., Paunu V.-V., Ahtoniemi P., Tuomisto J. T., Porvari P. 2011. Integrated modeling assessments of the population exposure in Finland to primary PM2.5 from traffic and domestic wood combustion on the resolutions of 1 and 10 km. Air Quality, Atmoshere & Health 4 (3-4):179–188. Abstract

Tainio M., Tuomisto J.T., Pekkanen J., Karvosenoja N., Kupiainen K., Porvari P., Sofiev M., Karppinen A., Kangas L., Kukkonen J. 2010. Uncertainty in health risks due to anthropogenic primary fine particulate matter from different source types in Finland. Atmospheric Environment 44 (17):2125-2132.

Tainio M., Sofiev M., Hujo M., Tuomisto J. T., Loh M., Jantunen M. J., Karppinen A., Kangas L., Karvosenoja N., Kupiainen K., Porvari P., Kukkonen J. 2009. Evaluation of the European population intake fractions for European and Finnish anthropogenic primary fine particulate matter emissions. Atmospheric Environment 43 (19):3052-3059.

Karvosenoja N. 2008. Emission scenario model for regional air pollution. Monographs of the Boreal Environment Research 32.

Karvosenoja N., Tainio M., Kupiainen K., Tuomisto J. T., Kukkonen J. and Johansson M. 2008. Evaluation of the emissions and uncertainties of PM2.5 originated from vehicular traffic and domestic wood combustion in Finland. Boreal Environment Research 13 (5):465-474. (pdf)

Karvosenoja N. Klimont Z., Tohka A. and Johansson M. 2007. Cost-effective reduction of fine primary particulate matter emissions in Finland. Environmental Research Letters 2 (4/2007) 044002. 8pp.

Rypdal K., Rive N., Åström S., Karvosenoja N., Kupiainen K., Bak J. and Aunan K. 2007. Nordic Air Quality Co-Benefits from European Post-2012 Climate Polices. Energy Policy, 35 (12): pp. 6309-6322.

Karvosenoja N. and Johansson M. 2003. Cost curve analysis for SO2 and NOx emission control in Finland. Environmental Science and Policy 6 (3):329-340.

Karvosenoja N. and Johansson M. 2003. Primary particulate matter emissions and the Finnish climate strategy. Boreal Environment Research 8 (2):125-133. (pdf)

Syri S., Karvosenoja N., Lehtilä A., Laurila T., Lindfors V. and Tuovinen J.-P. 2002. Modeling the impacts of the Finnish climate strategy on air pollution. Atmospheric Environment 36 (19): 3059-3069.

Johansson M, Alveteg M, Amann M, Bak J, Bartnicki J, Ekqvist M, Forsius M, Frohn L, Geernaert G, Gimeno B, Guardans R, Karvosenoja N, Martín F, Posch M, Suutari R. and Syri S. 2001. Integrated assessment modeling of air pollution in four European countries. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 130(1-4): 175-186.

Karvosenoja N., Hillukkala P., Johansson M. and Syri S. 2001. Cost-effective abatement of acidifying emissions with flue gas cleaning vs. fuel switching in Finland. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 130 (1-4): 1619-1624.

Syri S. and Karvosenoja N. 2001. Low-CO2 energy pathways versus emission control policies in acidification reduction. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 130: 1831-1836.

 

Most important reports and popularized articles

 

Vihanninjoki V. 2014. Arctic Shipping Emission in the Changing Climate. Reports Of Finnish Environment Institute 41/2014. 105 pp.

Fauser, P., Plejdrup, M., Ketzel, M., Hertel, O., Loft, S., Gidhagen, L., Omstedt, G., Skårman, T., Kittilsen, M., Walker, S-E., Schwarze, P., Karvosenoja, N., Kukkonen, J., Karppinen, A., Pukkala, E., Salonen, R. 2014. Emissions and air exposure of carcinogens and co-carcinogens in four Nordic countries. Nordic Working Papers. NA2014:907. Nordic Council of Ministers. ISSN 2311-0562.

ACAP 2014. Reduction of black carbon emissions from residential wood combustion in the Arctic - Black carbon inventory, abatement instruments and measures. Arctic Contaminants Action Program (ACAP). 164 pp. ISBN 978-82-999755-1-3

Ahtoniemi P., Tainio M., Tuomisto J. T., Karvosenoja N., Kupiainen K., Porvari P., Karppinen A., Kangas L., Kukkonen J. 2010. Health Risks from Nearby Sources of Fine Particulate Matter: Domestic Wood Combustion and Road Traffic (PILTTI). National Institute for Health and Welfare REPORT 3/2010. (pdf)

 

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