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  • Ma, N. and Birmili, W.: Estimating the contribution of photochemical particle formation to ultrafine particle number averages in an urban atmosphere, Sci. Tot. Environ., 512–513, 154-166, 2015. Open Access from STOTEN


  • Birmili, W., Rehn, J., Vogel, A., Boehlke, C., Weber, K., and Rasch, F.: Micro-scale variability of urban particle number and mass concentrations in Leipzig, Germany, Meteorolog. Z., 22, 155–165, 2013. Download from MetZ
  • Birmili, W., Tomsche, L., Sonntag, A., Opelt, C., Weinhold, K., Nordmann, S., Schmidt, W.: Variability of aerosol particles in the urban atmosphere of Dresden (Germany): Effects of spatial scale and particle size, Meteorolog. Z., 22, 195–211, 2013. Download from MetZ
  • Mølgaard, B., Birmili, W., Clifford, S., Massling, A., Eleftheriadis, K., Norman, M., Vratolis, S., Wehner, B., Corander, J., Hämeri, K., Hussein, T.: Evaluation of a statistical forecast model for size-fractionated urban particle number concentrations using data from five European cities. J. Aerosol Sci., 66, 96-110, 2013. Download from Science Direct
  • Nordmann, S., Birmili, W., Weinhold, K., Müller, K., Spindler, G., Wiedensohler, A.: Measurements of the mass absorption cross section of atmospheric soot particles using Raman spectroscopy. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 118, 12075–12085, doi:10.1002/2013JD020021, 2013. Download from Wiley Online Library
  • Rasch, F., Birmili, W., Weinhold, K., Nordmann, S., Sonntag, A., Spindler, G., Herrmann, H., Wiedensohler, A., Löschau, G.: Signifikante Minderung von Ruß und Anzahl ultrafeiner Partikel in Außenluft als Folge der Umweltzone in Leipzig (Significant reduction of ambient black carbon and particle number in Leipzig as a result of the low emission zone). Gefahrst. Reinh. Luft, 73(11/12): 483-489, 2013. Download PDF courtesy of SPRINGER-VDI-VERLAG
  • von Bismarck-Osten, C., Birmili, W., Ketzel, M., Massling, A., Petäjä, T., Weber, S.: Characterization of parameters influencing the spatio-temporal variability of urban particle number size distributions in four European cities. Atmos. Environ., 77, 415-429, 2013. Download from Science Direct
  • Engler, C., Birmili, W., Spindler, G., and Wiedensohler, A.: Analysis of exceedances in the daily PM10 mass concentration (50 μg m−3) at a roadside station in Leipzig, Germany, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 10107-10123, 2012. Download from ACP
  • Gnauk, T., K. Müller, E. Brüggemann, W. Birmili, K. Weinhold, D. Pinxteren, G. Löschau, G. Spindler, H., Herrmann: A study to discriminate local, urban and regional source contributions to the particulate matter concentrations in the city of Dresden, Germany, J. Atmos. Chem., 68, 199-231, doi: 10.1007/s10874-012-9216-7, 2012.
  • Breitner, S., L. Liu, J. Cyrys, I. Brüske, U. Franck, U. Schlink, A. M. Leitte, O. Herbarth, A. Wiedensohler, B. Wehner, M. Hu, X.-C. Pan, H.-E. Wichmann and A. Peters (2011). Sub-micrometer particulate air pollution and cardiovascular mortality in Beijing, China. Sci. Total Environ., 409(24), 5196-5204.
  • Franck, U., S. Odeh, A. Wiedensohler, B. Wehner and O. Herbarth (2011). The effect of particle size on cardiovascular disorders — The smaller the worse. Sci. Total Environ., 409, 4217-4221.
  • Poulain, L., Y. Iinuma, K. Müller, W. Birmili, K. Weinhold, E. Brüggemann, T. Gnauk, A. Hausmann, G. Löschau, A. Wiedensohler, H. Herrmann (2011). Diurnal variations of ambient particulate wood burning emissions and their contribution to the concentration of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Seiffen, Germany. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 11, 12697–12713. Download from ACP
  • Wu, Z. J. , M. Hu, D. L. Yue, B. Wehner, A. Wiedensohler (2011). Evolution of particle number size distribution in an urban atmosphere during episodes of heavy pollution and new particle formation. Science China, 11, 1772–1778.
  • Birmili, W., K. Heinke, M. Pitz, J. Matschullat, A. Wiedensohler, J. Cyrys, H.-E. Wichmann, A. Peters: Particle number size distributions in urban air before and after volatilisation. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 10, 4643-4660, 2010. Download form ACP
  • Birmili, W., B. Alaviippola, D. Hinneburg, O. Knoth, T. Tuch, J. Borken-Kleefeld, A. Schacht (2009). Dispersion of traffic-related exhaust particles near the Berlin urban motorway: Estimation of fleet emission factors. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 9, 2355-2374. Download form ACP
  • Birmili, W., K. Weinhold, S. Nordmann, A. Wiedensohler, G. Spindler, K. Müller, H. Herrmann, T. Gnauk, M. Pitz, J. Cyrys, H. Flentje, C. Nickel, T. A. J. Kuhlbusch, G. Löschau, D. Haase, F. Meinhardt, A. Schwerin, L. Ries, K. Wirtz (2009). Atmospheric aerosol measurements in the German Ultrafine Aerosol Network (GUAN): Part 1 - Soot and particle number size distributions. Gefahrstoffe Reinhaltung der Luft, 69(4), 137-145.
  • Costabile, F., W. Birmili, S. Klose, T. Tuch, B. Wehner, A. Wiedensohler, U. Franck, K. König, A. Sonntag (2009). Spatio-temporal variability and principal components of the particle number size distribution in an urban atmosphere. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 9, 3163-3195. Download form ACP
  • Wehner, B. , U. Uhrner, S. von Löwis, M. Zallinger, A. Wiedensohler (2009). Aerosol number size distributions within the exhaust plume of a diesel and a gasoline passenger car under on-road conditions and determination of emission factors. Atmos. Environ., 43, 1235-1245.
  • Wehner, B., M. Berghof, Y. F. Cheng, P. Achtert, W. Birmili, A. Nowak, A. Wiedensohler, R. M. Garland, U. Pöschl, M. Hu, T. Zhu (2009). Mixing state of non-volatile aerosol particle fractions and comparison with light absorption in the polluted Beijing-region. J. Geophys. Res., 114, D00G17.
  • Wiedensohler, A., Y. F. Cheng, A. Nowak, B. Wehner, P. Achtert, M. Berghof, W. Birmili, Z. J. Wu, M. Hu, T. Zhu, N. Takegawa, K. Kita, Y. Kondo, S. R. Lou, A. Hofzumahaus, F. Holland, A. Wahner, S. S. Gunthe, D. Rose, U. Pöschl (2009). Rapid aerosol particle growth and increase of Cloud Condensation Nucleus (CCN) activity by secondary aerosol formation and condensation: A case study for regional air pollution in North-Eastern China. J. Geophys. Res., 114, D00G08.
  • Yue, D.L., M. Hu, Z.J. Wu, Z. Wang, S. Guo, B. Wehner, A. Nowak, P. Achtert, A. Wiedensohler, J. Jung, Y. J. Kim, S. C. Liu (2009). Characteristics of aerosol size distributions and new particle formation in summer of mega-city Beijing, China. J. Geophys. Res., 114, D00G12.

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