Ympäristötieteen laitos
Department of Environmental Science

Julkaisut 2007
Publications 2007

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1 Aatamila M et al. Perception and annoyance of odour in Residents living near biowaste composting plants.
2 Airaksinen S et al. Contamination of surface run-off water and soil in two horse paddocks.
3 Akieh MN et al. Selective removal of Ni from waste waters using sodium iron titanates.
4 Alm J et al. Emission factors and their uncertainy for the exchange of CO2, CH4 and N2O in Finnish managed peatlands.
5 Alm J et al. Methods for determining emission factors for the use of peat and peatlands - flux measurements and modelling.
6 Arnanthigo Y et al. In-situ monitoring of dissolved VOCs using SnO2 gas sensors and a carrier gas probe.
7 Arnanthigo Y et al. Indoor air contaminants detection using aspiration IMS.
8 Asikainen V, Pasanen P. The prevention of the snow entrance to the HVAC-systems.
9 Asikainen V et al. Ilmanvaihtojärjestelmän puhtauden tarkastus . Ilmanvaihdon parannus- ja korjausratkaisut.
10 Baverstock K. The recognition of childhood thyroid cancer as a consequence of the Chernobyl accident: an allegorical tale of our time.
11 Björk E. Lintujen äänien kuuluvuusmatkat.
12 Blande DJ et al. A comparison of semiochemically mediated interactions involving specialist and generalist Brassica-feeding aphids and the braconid parasitoid Diaeretiella rapae.
13 Blande JD et al. Emission of herbivore-induced volatile terpenoids from two hybrid aspen (Populus tremula x tremuloides) clones under ambient and elevated ozone concentrations in the field.
14 Castro FA et al. Geographic distribution of cervical cancer-associated human leucocyte antigens and cervical cancer incidence in Finland.
15 Fernandez MF et al. PBDEs and PBBs in the adipose tissue of women from Spain.
16 Freiwald V et al. Troposheric ozone as protective agent against pathogen Venturia tremulae?
17 Haapala JK et al. Effects of long-term exposure to elevated UV-B radiation on photosynthetic performance of Eriophorum russeolum.
18 Hamed A et al. A comparison of new particle formation at different sites in the European boundary layer.
19 Hamed A et al. Nucleation and growth of new particles in Po Valley, Italy.
20 Hamed A et al. Nucleation events in Melpitz, Germany, and Po Valley, Italy: similarities and differences.
21 Happo MS et al. Dose and time dependency of inflammatory responses in the mouse lung to urban air coarse, fine, and ultrafine particles from six European cities.
22 Heikkinen M et al. A modeling and optimization tool for the expandable polystyrene batch process.
23 Heikkinen M et al. Independent component analysis to mass spectra of aluminium sulphate.
24 Heikkinen M-L et al. Junttiselän kunnostusmahdollisuudet ja -suositukset.
25 Heinonen-Tanski H et al. Pure human urine is a good fertiliser for cucumbers.
26 Heinonen-Tanski H et al. Assessing of environmental quality in six areas in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
27 Huang X et al. Water quality on the Tibetan plateau.
28 Hyttinen M. The Formation of Organic Compounds and Subsequent Emissions from Ventilation Filters.
29 Hyttinen M et al. Ozone removal, ultra fine particles, and VOC levels on sooty supply air filters in the presence of alpha-pinene.
30 Hyttinen M et al. Odors and volatile organic compounds released from ventilation filters.
31 Häikiö E et al. Impacts of elevated ozone and nitrogen on growth and photosynthensis of European aspen (Populus tremula) and hybrid aspen (P. tremula x Populus tremuloides) clones.
32 Höytö A et al. Ornithine decarboxylase activity of L929 cells after exposure to continuous wave or 50 Hz modulated radiofrequency radiation - a replication study.
33 Höytö A et al. Ornithine decarboxylase activity is affected in primary astrocytes but not in secondary cell lines exposed to 872 MHz RF radiation.
34 Jalava PI et al. Heterogeneities in inflammatory and cytotoxic responses of RAW 264.7 macrophage cell line to urban air coarse, fine, and ultrafine particles from six European sampling campaigns.
35 Joutsensaari J et al. Secondary organic aerosol formation by ozonolysis of volatiles emitted from trees.
36 Juutilainen J et al. Micronucleus frequency in erythrocytes of mice after long-term exposure to radiofrequency radiation.
37 Järnström H et al. Reference values for structure emissions measured on site in new residential buildings in Finland.
38 Järnström H et al. Variables affecting indoor air quality in newly finished buildings - a multivariate evaluation.
39 Kankaala P et al. Oxidation, efflux, and isotopic fractionation of methane during autumnal turnover in a polyhumic, boreal lake.
40 Karnosky DF et al. Free-air exposure systems to scale up ozone research to mature trees.
41 Karppanen O et al. Knotwood as a window to the indirect measurement of the decay resistance of Scots pine heartwood.
42 Kasurinen A et al. Leaf litter under changing climate: will increasing levels of CO2 and O3 affect decompositon and nutrient cycling processes?
43 Kasurinen A et al. Effects of elevated CO2 and O3 on leaf litter phenolics and subsequent performance of litter-feeding soil macrofauna.
44 Kilpinen P. Virtauslaskennan käytännön mahdollisuudet ja ongelmat.
45 Kilpinen P et al. Towards sustainable and zero-emission fluidised bed combustion-on utilization of ash and development of novel low NOx bed material.
46 Kivimäenpää M, Sutinen S. Microscopic structure of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris (L.)) needles during ageing and autumnal senescence.
47 Koistinen J et al. Bioaccumulation, bioavailability and environmental fate of chlorophenol impurities, polychlorinated hydroxydiphenylethers and their methoxy analogues.
48 Koivunen J. Effects of Conventional Treatment, Tertiary Treatment and Disinfection Processes on Hygienic and Physico-Chemical Quality of Municipal Wastewaters.
49 Kokotti H et al. Air quality in indoor swimming pools: associations with air distribution, water treatment, aerosols and airway symptoms.
50 Koponen H. Production of Nitrous Oxide (N2O) and Nitric Oxide (NO) in Boreal Agricultural Soils at Low Temperature.
51 Korpi A et al. A multi-faceted approach to risk assessment of laboratory animal allergens at two facilities.
52 Korpi A et al. Controlling occupational allergies in the workplace.
53 Korpi A et al. Determination of phthalates - effects of extraction parameters on recovery.
54 Kumlin T et al. Mobile phone radiation and the developing brain: behavioral and morphological effects in juvenile rats.
55 Kumpulainen S et al. Seasonal variations of ochreous precipitates in mine effluents in Finland.
56 Kurnitski J et al. Sisäilmaongelmaisten koulurakennusten korjausratkaisujen kehittäminen.
57 Kutzbach L et al. CO2 flux determination by closed-chamber methods can be seriously biased by inappropriate application of linear regression.
58 Lehtola MJ et al. The effects of disinfection and flow rate on biofilms growing in copper and plastic pipes.
59 Lehtola MJ et al. Effects of water flow regime on water quality in copper and plastic pipes.
60 Lehtola MJ et al. estimates of microbial quality and concentration of copper in distributed drinking water are highly dependent on sampling strategy.
61 Lehtola MJ et al. Survival of Mycobacterium avium, Legionella pneumophila, Escherichia coli, and caliciviruses in drinking water-associated biofilms grown under high-shear turbulent flow.
62 Leskinen AP et al. Characterization of aging wood chip combustion aerosol in an environmental chamber.
63 Leskinen AP et al. Transformation of diesel engine exhaust in an environmental chamber.
64 Lignell U et al. Effects of moisture damage and renovation on microbial conditions and pupils´ health in two schools - a longitudinal analysis of five years.
65 Lind T et al. Fine particle and trace element emissions from waste combustion - comparison of fluidized bed and grate firing .
66 Linnainmaa M et al. Exposure to refractory ceramic fibres in the metal industry.
67 Liukkonen M et al. A som-based approach for analysing and modelling a wave soldering process.
68 Luostarinen S et al. Anaerobic co-digestion of sewage sludge and grease trap waste from a meat-processing plant.
69 Main KM et al. Flame retardants in placenta and breast milk and cryptorchidism in newborn boys.
70 Makkonen S et al. Differential responses of lichen symbionts to enhanced nitrogen and phosphorus availability: an experiment with Cladina stellaris.
71 Maljanen M et al. Greenhouse gas emissions from cultivated and abandoned organic croplands in Finland.
72 Maljanen M et al. Fluxes and production of N2O, CO2 and CH4 in boreal agricultural soil during winter as affected by snow cover.
73 Maljanen M et al. Fluxes of nitrous oxide and nitric oxide from experimental excreta patches in boreal agricultural soil.
74 Metsärinne S et al. Biodegradation of novel amino acid derivatives suitable for complexing agents in pulp bleaching applications.
75 Miettinen M et al. Synthesis of TiO2 nanoparticles for the studies of their health effects.
76 Miettinen MA et al. Controlled synthesis of nanoparticles for inhalation exposure studies.
77 Mikkonen S et al. Multivariate mixed effects regression model in the analysis of number concentration of 50NM particles.
78 Minkkinen K et al. Heterotrophic soil respiration in forestry-drained peatlands.
79 Mäkinen J et al. Junttiselän sedimenttitutkimukset.
80 Mäkinen M et al. Altistuminen palonestoaineina käytetyille organofosforiyhdisteille ja tetrabromibisfenoli-A:lle kolmella työalallla.
81 Mäkiranta P et al. Soil greenhouse gas emissions from afforested organic soil croplands and cutaway peatlands .
82 Nissinen A et al. Short feeding period of carrot psyllid (Trioza apicalis) females at early growth stages of carrot reduces yield and causes leaf discolouration.
83 Nousiainen M et al. Determination of gas-phase produced ethyl parathion and toluene 2,4-diisocyanate by ion mobility spectrometry, gas chromatography and liquid chromatography.
84 Nousiainen M et al. Analysis of ethyl parathion and toluene 2,4-diisocyanate vapors: ion mobility spectrometry, gas chromatography and liquid chromatography.
85 Oonnittan A et al. Enhanced electrokinetic remediation of hexachlorobenzene in soil.
86 Oonnittan A et al. Remediation of hexachlorobenzene in soil by enhanced electrokinetic fenton process.
87 Pasanen A-L, Korpi A. Altistuminen mikrobien haihtuville aineenvaihduntatuotteille kosteusvauriorakennuksissa .
88 Pasanen P et al. Cleanliness of ventilation systems.
89 Pekkarinen NM et al. Microbial biomass and activity related to carbon cycling within soils of abandoned peat mining site cultivated with a bioenergy crop.
90 Penttinen P et al. DNA damage and p53 in RAW264.7 cells induced by the spores of co-cultivated Streptomyces californicus and Stachybotrys chartarum.
91 Pinto DM et al. Ozone degrades common herbivore-induced plant volatiles: does this affect herbivore prey location by predators and parasitoids?
92 Pinto DM et al. Effects of atmospheric ozone on biogenic volatile organic compounds: an atmospheric and ecological perspective.
93 Pinto DM et al. The role of ozone-reactive compounds, terpenes, and green leaf volatiles(GLVs), in the orientation of Cotesia plutellae.
94 Pinto DM et al. The effects of increasing atmospheric ozone on biogenic monoterpene profiles and the formation of secondary aerosols.
95 Pirkanniemi K. Complexing Agents. A Study of Short-term Toxicity, Catalytic Oxidative Degradation and Concentrations in industrial Waste Waters.
96 Pirkanniemi K et al. Degradation of EDTA and novel complexing agents in pulp and paper mill process and waste waters by Fenton´s reagent.
97 Pirkanniemi K et al. Fenton`s reagent in degradation of EDTA and novel chelating agents.
98 Pirkanniemi K et al. Chelating agents in wastewaters of electroplating industry.
99 Pitkänen T et al. Comparison of media for enumeration of coliform bacteria and Escherichia coli in non-disinfected water.
100 Pradhan S et al. Fertilizer value of urine in cabbage cultivation.
101 Pradhan SK et al. Use of human urine fertilizer in cultivation of cabbage (Brassica oleracea) - impacts on chemical, microbial, and flavor quality.
102 Puttonen K et al. Ftalaattien määritys - uuttoparametrien optimointi.
103 Pyykönen J et al. Nucleation in a perforated tube diluter.
104 Rantakokko P et al. Market basket study on the dietary intake of organotin compounds in Finland.
105 Rassaei L et al. Carbon nanofiber - polystyrene composite electrodes for electroanalytical processes.
106 Rassaei L et al. Carbon nanofiber - polystyrene composite electrodes for electroanalytical processes.
107 Repo E et al. Metal complexation by surface grafted carboxyphenyl groups: a potential tool for cation removal from water streams.
108 Repo ME et al. Release of CO2 and CH4 from small wetland lakes in western Siberia.
109 Rokhina E, Sillanpää M. Heterogeneous Ru/H2O2 system in the treatment of pulp mill tertiary effluent.
110 Räisänen ML et al. Junttiselän veden happamoituminen keväällä ja sitä säätelevät tekijät.
111 Saari A et al. Methane dynamics in the littoral zone of a boreal lake.
112 Saarijärvi K et al. Nitrogen leaching and herbage production on intensively managed grass and grass-clover pastures on sandy soil in Finland.
113 Saarnio S et al. Annual CO2 and CH4 fluxes of pristine boreal mires as a background for the lifecycle analyses of peat energy.
114 Salokannel A et al. Tertiary treatment of pulp and paper mill wastewaters by ozonation and O3/H2O2 techniques.
115 Schuhmacher M et al. Concentrations of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in milk of women from Catalonia, Spain.
116 Semiz G et al. Variation in needle terpenoids among Pinus sylvestris L. (Pinaceae) provenances from Turkey.
117 Shrestha R et al. Investigations on different positions of electrodes and their effects on the distribution of Cr at the water sediment interface.
118 Shrestha R et al. Arrangement of electrodes to study the accumulation and mobilization of chromium at the water-sediment interface.
119 Sippula O et al. Effect of wood fuel on the emissions from a top-feed pellet stove.
120 Sippula O et al. Pienten kaukolämpölaitosten hiukkaspäästöissä suuria eroja.
121 Stenberg JA et al. Presence of Lythrum salicaria enhances the bodyguard effects of the parasitoid Asecodes mento for Filipendula ulmaria.
122 Särkkä H et al. Inactivation of paper mill bacteria by electro-oxidation.
123 Särkkä H et al. Inactivation of Deinococcus geothermalis bacteria in synthetic paper machine water by electrochemical oxidation.
124 Tainio M et al. Parameter and model uncertainty in a life-table model for fine particles (PM 2.5): a statistical modeling study.
125 Tiitta P et al. Road-side measurements of aerosol and ion number size distributions:a comparison with remote site measurements.
126 Tiitta P et al. Road-side measurements of air ions.
127 Tiiva P et al. Isoprene emission from a subarctic peatland under enhanced UV-B radiation.
128 Tiiva P et al. Isoprene emissions from boreal peatland microcosms; effects of elevated ozone concentration in an open field experiment.
129 Tirkkonen J et al. Effects of snow cover manipulation on N2O emissions during winter in three different boreal agricultural soils.
130 Tissari J et al. A novel field measurement method for determining fine particle and gas emissions from residential wood combustion.
131 Tissari S et al. Classification of soil groups using weights-of-evidence-method and RBFLN-Neutral nets.
132 Torvinen E et al. Survival of Mycobacterium avium in drinking water biofilms as affected by water flow velocity, availability of phosphorus, and temperature.
133 Tuan PA et al. Inhibition of denitrification by nitrous acid in activated sludge.
134 Tuan PA et al. Electroosmotic dewatering of anaerobic sludge.
135 Veijalainen A-M. Sustainable Organic Waste Management in Tree-Seedling Production.
136 Veijalainen AM et al. Forest nursery waste composting in windrows with or without horse manure of urea - the composting process and nutrient leaching.
137 Vepsäläinen M et al. Effect of current density on electrocoagulation of paper mill mechanically cleaned water.
138 Vilve M et al. Ozone-based advanced oxidation processes in nuclear laundry water treatment.
139 Vilve M et al. The combination of ozone, H2O2 and UV in the treatment of nuclear laundry water.
140 Virkutyte J, Sillanpää M. The hindering effect of experimental strategies on advancement of alkaline front and electroosmotic flow during electrokinetic lake sediment treatment.
141 Virkutyte J, Sillanpää M. Cu removal and effect of experimental strategies on electroosmotic flow during electrokinetic lake sediment treatment.
142 Vuorinen T et al. Epirrita autumnata induced VOC emission of silver birch differ from emission induced by leaf fungal pathogen.
143 Vuorio A-MK et al. The electrochemical methods to treat electrolytic and chemical surface treatment process water.
144 Yli-Pirilä T et al. Effects of co-culture of amoebae with indoor microbes on their cytotoxic and proinflammatory potential.
145 Zeni O et al. Formation of reactive oxygen species in L929 cells after exposure to 900 MHz radiation with and without co-exposure to 3-chloro-4-(dichloromethyl)-5-hydroxy-2(5H)-furanone.

Ympäristötieteen laitos Department of Environmental Science
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