Ympäristötieteen laitos
Department of Environmental Science

Julkaisut 2009
Publications 2009

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1 Asikainen V et al. Pölyisyyden ja pölyaltistumisen vähentäminen uudisrakentamisessa.
2 Backman U et al. On the performance of a calibrated nanoparticle generator.
3 Bhatnagar A et al. Removal of phenolic pollutants from water utilizing Mangifera indica (Mango) seed waste and cement fixation.
4 Bhatnagar A, Sillanpää M. Applications of chitin- and chitosan-derivatives for the detoxification of water and wastewater - A short review.
5 Björk E. Melun vaikutus.
6 Björk E, Toivonen T. Äänen vaimeneminen metsämaastossa.
7 Blande JD et al. Pine weevil feeding on Norway spruce bark has a stronger impact on needle VOC emissions than enhanced ultraviolet-B radiation.
8 Chandran A et al. Survival of enteric bacteria and coliphage MS2 in pure human urine.
9 Frey AK et al. Chemical composition and mass size distribution of fine particulate matter emitted by a small masonry heater.
10 Gröhn A et al. Reduction of fine particle emissions from wood combustion with optimized condensing heat exchangers.
11 Haapala JK et al. Carbon dioxide balance of a fen ecosystem in northern Finland under elevated UV-B radiation.
12 Hao LQ et al. New particle formation from the oxidation of direct emissions of pine seedlings.
13 Happo M. Inflammation and Tissue Damage in the Mouse Lung by Size-segregated Urban Air Particulate Matter.
14 Hartikainen K et al. Emissions of volatile organic compounds and leaf structural characteristics of European aspen (Populus tremula) grown under elevated ozone and temperature.
15 Heikkinen M et al. A modelling and optimization system for fluidized bed power plants.
16 Heikkinen M et al. SOM-based subtraction analysis to process data of an activated sludge treatment plant.
17 Heini M, Asikainen V. Tuloilman hiukkaspitoisuus IV-koneen käynnistyksen yhteydessä ja hiukkasten kokojakauma tuloilmajärjestelmän eri osissa.
18 Heinonen-Tanski H. Human excreta for fertilization of non-edible tropical plants.
19 Heinonen-Tanski H et al. Airborne enteric coliphages and bacteria in sewage treatment plants.
20 Himanen SJ et al. Degree of herbivore feeding damage as an important contributor to multitrophic plant-parasitoid signaling under climate change.
21 Himanen SJ et al. Effects of elevated carbon dioxide and ozone on volatile terpenoid emissions and multitrophic communication of transgenic insecticidal oilseed rape (Brassica napus).
22 Himanen SJ et al. Elevated atmospheric ozone increases concentration of insecticidal Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) Cry1Ac protein in Bt Brassica napus and reduces feeding of a Bt target herbivore on the non-transgenic parent.
23 Holopainen JK et al. Potential for the Use of Exogenous Chemical Elicitors in Disease and Insect Pest Management of Conifer Seedling Production.
24 Holopainen JK et al. Life-history strategies affect aphid preference for yellowing leaves.
25 Huang X et al. Water quality in the Tibetan Plateau: Major ions and trace elements in the headwaters of four major Asian rivers.
26 Hyttinen M et al. Heat-treated wood products as a furnishing material.
27 Hytönen K et al. Gas-particle distribution of PAHs in wood combustion emission determined with annular denuders, filter, and polyurethane foam adsorbent.
28 Hyvönen NP et al. Fluxes of nitrous oxide and methane on an abandoned peat extraction site: Effect of reed canary grass cultivation.
29 Häikiö E. Clonal Differences of Aspen (Populus spp.) in Responses to Elevated Ozone and Soil Nitrogen.
30 Häikiö E et al. Differences in leaf characteristics between ozone-sensitive and ozone-tolerant hybrid aspen (Populus tremula x Populus tremuloides) clones.
31 Häikiö E et al. Performance and Secondary Chemistry of Two Hybrid Aspen (Populus tremula L. x Populus tremuloides Michx.) Clones in Long-Term Elevated Ozone Exposure.
32 Jalava PI et al. Associations of urban air particulate composition with inflammatory and cytotoxic responses in RAW 246.7 cell line.
33 Jokiniemi J, Sippula O. Modelling fine particle formation and alkali metal deposition in BFB combustion.
34 Jokitulppo J. Non Occupational Noise. Sources, Exposure and Effects on Hearing.
35 Joutsensaari J et al. SOA formation by ozonolysis of biogenic VOCs emitted from biotic stressed boreal trees.
36 Juutilainen J et al. Review of Experimental Studies of RF Biological Effects (100 kHz - 300 GHz).
37 Kalliokoski P et al. Aldehydes determined as carbonyls and VCOs.
38 Kolehmainen M et al., ed. Adaptive and Natural Computing Algorithms. 9th International Conference, ICANNGA 2009, Kuopio, Finland, April 23-25, 2009, Revised Selected Papers.
39 Korpi A et al. Microbial volatile organic compounds.
40 Kurniawan TA et al. Removal of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol from Contaminated Water Using Low-Cost Corncob Waste Chemically Modified with HNO3 and/or H2SO4.
41 Lamberg H et al. Effect of operation conditions on emissions from a small scale pellet boiler.
42 Lappalainen MH et al. Maturation of cytokine-producing capacity from birth to 1 yr of age.
43 Lev-Yadun S, Holopainen JK. Why red-dominated autumn leaves in America and yellow-dominated autumn leaves in Northern Europe?
44 Liukkonen M et al. Application of self-organizing maps in analysis of wave soldering process.
45 Liukkonen M et al. Modeling of process states by using artificial neural networks in a fluidized bed energy plant.
46 Liukkonen M et al. Self-organizing maps for analysis of process emissions in fluidized bed energy plant.
47 Liukkonen M et al. Emission analysis of a fluidized bed boiler by using self-organizing maps.
48 Liukkonen M et al. Modeling of soldering quality by using artificial neural networks.
49 Liukkonen M et al. Process state identification and modeling in a fluidized bed energy plant by using artificial neural networks.
50 Luostarinen S et al. Increased biogas production at wastewater treatment plants through co-digestion of sewage sludge with grease trap sludge from a meat processing plant.
51 Luste S et al. Effect of pre-treatments on hydrolysis and methane production potentials of by-products from meat-processing industry.
52 Luukkonen J et al. Enhancement of chemically induced reactive oxygen species production and DNA damage in human SH-SY5Y neuroblastoma cells by 872 Mhz radiofrequency radiation.
53 Lyyränen J et al. A size selective nanoparticle collection device based on diffusion and thermophoresis.
54 Lätti AK et al. Characterization of anthocyanins in Caucasian blueberries (Vaccinium arctostaphylos L.) native to Turkey.
55 Maljanen M et al. Land-use and greenhouse gas balances of peatlands in the Nordic countries - present knowledge and gaps.
56 Maljanen M et al. Low soil temperature as a result of snow removal increases emission and production of N2O in boreal agricultural soils.
57 Maljanen M et al. Nitrous oxide production in boreal soils with variable organic matter content at low temperature - snow manipulation experiment.
58 Markkanen A. Effects of Electromagnetic Fields on Cellular Responses to Agents Causing Oxidative Stress and DNA Damage.
59 Markkanen P et al. Co-cultivated damp building related microbes Streptomyces californicus and Stachybotrys chartarum induce immunotoxic and genotoxic responses via oxidative stress.
60 Miettinen M et al. Development of a highly controlled gasphase nanoparticle generator for inhalation exposure studies.
61 Mäkinen MSE et al. Respiratory and dermal exposure to organophosphorus flame retardants and tetrabromobisphenol a at five work environments.
62 Naarala J, Korpi A. Kahdella rakenteeltaan samankaltaisella flataatilla erilaiset solutason vaikutukset.
63 Naarala J, Korpi A. Cell death and production of reactive oxygen species by murine macrophages after short term exposure to phthalates.
64 Nerg A-M et al. Interactions of ectomycorrhizas and above-ground insect herbivores on silver birch.
65 Niemi J et al. Estimation of VLDL, IDL, LDL, HDL2, apoA-I, and apoB from the Friedewald inputs-apoB and IDL, but not LDL, are associated with mortality in type 1 diabetes.
66 Nikula S et al. Effects of elevated ozone on growth and foliar traits of European and hybrid aspen.
67 Niska H et al. Neural networks for estimating net ecosystem CO2 exchange using incomplete eddy covariance data.
68 Nousiainen M et al. Fast Detection of Methyl tert-butyl ether from water using solid phase microextraction and ion mobility spectrometry.
69 Okkonen L et al. PELLETime investigates alternative raw materials of pellet production.
70 Oksanen E et al. Near-ambient ozone concentrations reduce the vigor of Betula and Populus species in Finland.
71 Oonnittan A et al. Removal of hexachlorobenzene from soil by electrokinetically enhanced chemical oxidation.
72 Oonnittan A et al. Effect of cyclodextrin on the remediation of hexachlorobenzene in soil by electrokinetic Fenton process.
73 Peltola S, Asikainen V. Sisäilmaongelmaisten koulurakennusten korjaaminen.
74 Pham TD et al. Electrokinetic and Ultrasonic Treatment of Kaolin Contaminated by POPs.
75 Pham TD et al. Combined ultrasonication and electrokinetic remediation for persistent organic removal from contaminated kaolin.
76 Pham TD et al. Recent studies in environmental applications of ultrasound.
77 Pietikäinen M et al. Exposure assessment of particulates of diesel and natural gas fuelled buses in silico.
78 Poutiainen H et al. On-line microwave total solids sensoring in sewage characterization.
79 Pradhan SK et al. Stored human urine supplemented with wood ash as ertilizer in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) cultivation and its impacts on fruit yield and quality.
80 Pradhan SK et al. Fertilizer value of urine in pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima L.) cultivation.
81 Puranen L et al. Space efficient system for whole-body exposure of unrestrained rats to 900 MHz electromagnetic fields.
82 Puton J et al. Quantivative analysis of pollutants by ion mobility spectrometry.
83 Rassaei L et al. Electrochemically active mercury nanodroplets trapped in a carbon nanoparticle - chitosan matrix.
84 Repo E et al. Removal of Co(II) and Ni(II) ions from contaminated water using silica gel functionalized with EDTA and/or DTPA as chelating agents.
85 Repo HE et al. Extraction of CO(II) and Ni(II) from Contaminated Water Using Silica Gel Functionalized with EDTA and DTPA.
86 Repo ME et al. Large N2O emissions from cryoturbated peat soil in tundra.
87 Riikonen J et al. Interactive effect of elevated temperature and O3 on antioxidant capacity and gas exchange in Betula pendula saplings.
88 Rokhina EV. Heterogeneous Ruthenium-Based Catalytic Systems in Wet Peroxide Oxidation of Organic Compounds.
89 Räsänen T, Kolehmainen M. Feature-based clustering for electricity use time series data.
90 Räsänen T et al. Predictive system for monitoring regional visitor attendance levels in large recreational areas.
91 Saari A et al. Effects of water table and nitrogen load on methane emissions and methane oxidation in a littoral wetland of a boreal freshwater lake.
92 Salonen H et al. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the indoor air of Finnish office buildings without exceptional VOC sources.
93 Salonen H et al. Volatile organic compounds and formaldehyde as explaining factors for sensory irritation in office environments.
94 Salonen HJ et al. Man-made vitreous fibers in office buildings in the Helsinki area.
95 Salonen HJ et al. Airborne concentrations of volatile organic compounds, formaldehyde and ammonia in Finnish office buildings with suspected indoor air problems.
96 Sannino A et al. Human fibroblasts and 900 MHz radiofrequency radiation: evaluation of DNA damage after exposure and co-exposure to 3-chloro-4-(dichloromethyl)-5-dydroxy-2(5h)-furanone (MX).
97 Selvaraj R et al. Enhanced photocatalytic activity of nanosize Ag doped TiO2 for the degradation of environment endocrine disruptor chemical under UV light illumination.
98 Shrestha R et al. Variations in the physiochemical conditions of the river water of Bagmati, Nepal during pre and post monsoon.
99 Shrestha RA et al. Effect of ultrasound on removal of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) from different types of soils.
100 Shrestha RA et al. Remediation of chrysene from contaminated soil by enhanced electrokinetics.
101 Shurpali NJ et al. Cultivation of a perennial grass for bioenergy on a boreal organic soil - carbon sink or source?
102 Siljanen HMP et al. The effect of nitrogen fertilization on the activity and diversity of methanotrophs in the littoral wetland of a Boreal lake.
103 Sillanpää M et al. Oxidation of EDTA with H2O2 catalysed by metallophthalocyanines.
104 Sillanpää M, Rämö J. Metal analysis of pulp: ICP-AES, XRF and ISE methods and their on-line feasibility.
105 Sillanpää MET. Occurrence, interaction with heavy metals and behaviour of complexing agents in the environment: a review.
106 Sippula O et al. Particle emissions from small biomass and fuel oil fired heating units.
107 Sippula O et al. Particle emissions from small wood-fired district heating units.
108 Sippula O et al. Comparison of particle emissions from small heavy fuel oil and wood-fired boilers.
109 Stocker M, Sirin E. PelletSpatial: a hybrid RCC-8 and RDF/OWL reasoning and query engine.
110 Särkkä H et al. Electrochemical oxidation of sulphides in paper mill wastewater by using mixed oxide anodes.
111 Särkkä H et al. Electrochemical Oxidation of Sulfides in Paper Mill Wastewater.
112 Tainio M. Methods and Uncertainties in the Assessment of the Health Effects of Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) Air Pollution.
113 Tampio M et al. Induction of PUMA-A and down-regulation of PUMA-B expression is associated with benzo(a)pyrene-induced apoptosis in MCF-7 cells.
114 Tiiva P et al. Contribution of vegetation and water table on isoprene emission from boreal peatland microcosms.
115 Tissari J et al. The effects of operating conditions on emissions from masonry heaters and sauna stoves.
116 Tissari J, Oravainen H. Pientulisijojen päästöistä ja testauksesta.
117 Tuutijärvi T et al. As(V) adsorption on maghemite nanoparticles.
118 Tzima FA et al. An experimental evaluation of ZCS-DM for the prediction of urban air quality.
119 van Rongen E et al. Effects of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields on the human nervous system.
120 Vapaavuori E et al. Rising atmospheric CO2 concentration partially masks the negative effects of elevated O3 in silver birch (Betula pendula Roth).
121 Vepsäläinen M et al. Investigations of the effects of temperature and initial sample pH on natural organic matter (NOM) removal with electrocoagulation using response surface method (RSM).
122 Vilhunen S et al. Atomic layer deposited TiO2 films in photodegradation of aqueous salicylic acid.
123 Vilhunen S et al. Ultraviolet light-emitting diodes in water disinfection.
124 Vilhunen S et al. Photo-oxidation treatment for electroagulated surface water.
125 Vilhunen SH, Sillanpää MET. Ultraviolet light emitting diodes and hydrogen peroxide in the photodegradation of aqueous phenol.
126 Vilhunen SH, Sillanpää MET. Atomic layer deposited (ALD) TiO2 and TiO2-x-Nx thin film photocatalysts in salicylic acid decomposition.
127 Vilve M et al. Effects of reaction conditions on nuclear laundry water treatment in Fenton process.
128 Vilve M, Sillanpää M. Fenton Treatment of Nuclear Laundry Water.
129 Winkler K et al. Nectar-providing plants enhance the energetic state of herbivores as well as their parasitoids under field conditions.
130 Yli-Pirilä T. Amoebae in Moisture-Damaged Buildings.
131 Yli-Pirilä T et al. Survival of amoebae on building materials.
132 Yuan JS et al. Smelling global climate change: mitigation of function for plant volatile organic compounds.

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