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Conference booklet and selected presentations

TitleAuthor
Conference Booklet of Abstracts 
Meeting the EU Limit Values in the UKTim Williamson and Helen Ainsworth, DEFRA, UK
Trends in NO2 and PM10 Concentration in the NetherlandsRonald Hoogerbrugge – RIVM, Netherlands
The Past Present and Future of Metals and PAH Monitoring in the UKRichard Brown, National Physical Laboratory, UK
Towards an Improved Harmonization of Regional Scale Air QualityMonitoring in Europe – The Role of EMEP in Providing Information toSupport Future EU DirectivesKjetil Tørseth, Norwegian Institute for Air Research, Norway
Intercomparisons of Carbonaceous Aerosol Source Apportionment Models at Various Urban SitesOlivier Favez, INERIS, France
Reduction of Black Carbon and CO2 in Urban EnvironmentsJim Mills, Air Monitors Ltd, UK
Optical Detection and Discrimination Between Biomass and Fossil Fuel Combustion: Influence on Air Quality in Different EnvironmentsGrisa Močnik, Aerosol d.o.o., Slovenia
Air Quality Monitoring of Black Elemental and Organic Carbon in FlandersChristine Matheeussen, Flemish Environment Agency, Belgium
Intercomparison of Thermal-Optical Protocols Currently Used in France and Europe for the Assessment of Ambient Air Organic and Elemental Carbon Within PMLaura Chiappini, INERIS, France
Existing Technologies for Regulated MetricsChristoph Hueglin, EMPA, Switzerland
New Monitoring Technologies, New Metrics and ProxiesUlrich Quass, IUTA eV, Germany
Baseline and Low Emission Zone Scenario Modelling to Support the Development of UK Air Quality Plans for NO2 ComplianceJohn Stedman, AEAT, UK
Recent Evidence and Future Prospects Relating to NOx and NO2 from Road VehiclesDavid Carslaw, King’s College, London, UK
Nitrogen Dioxide Measurement Ambient Concentrations and Future Control MeasuresSamuel Rouse, Brighton & Hove City Council, UK
Low-Cost Sensor Networks for Measuring Urban Air QualityRod Jones, Cambridge University, UK 
From Air Quality to Climate Change – A Switcher’s Perspective Richard Gilham, Met Office Hadley Centre, UK 
Air Quality Across Europe, Progress Towards Limit Value Attainmnet and Outstanding IssuesDaniela Buzica-Widlowski, DG Environment, Brussels