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Sikoparija, B.; Skj?th, C. A.; Celenk, S.; Testoni, C.; Abramidze, T.; Alm K?bler, K.; Belmonte, J.; Berger, U.; Bonini, M.; Charalampopoulos, A.; Damialis, A.; Clot, B.; Dahl, ?.; de Weger, L. A.; Gehrig, R.; Hendrickx, M.; Hoebeke, L.; Ianovici, N.; Kofol Seliger, A.; Magyar, D.; M?nyoki, G.; Milkovska, S.; Myszkowska, D.; P?ldy, A.; Pashley, C. H.; Rasmussen, K.; Ritenberga, O.; Rodinkova, V.; Rybn??ek, O.; Shalaboda, V. ... view all 38 authors View less authors (2016)
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Journal: Aerobiologia
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Q1, Allergen, Invasive alien species, Exposure, Aerobiology, Ragweed, Original Paper
The European Commission Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Action FA1203 ?SMARTER? aims to make recommendations for the sustainable management of Ambrosia across Europe and for monitoring its efficiency and cost-effectiveness. The goal of the present study is to provide a baseline for spatial and temporal variations in airborne Ambrosia pollen in Europe that can be used for the management and evaluation of this noxious plant. The study covers the full range of Ambrosia artemisiifolia L. distribution over Europe (39?N?60?N; 2?W?45?E). Airborne Ambrosia pollen data for the principal flowering period of Ambrosia (August?September) recorded during a 10-year period (2004?2013) were obtained from 242 monitoring sites. The mean sum of daily average airborne Ambrosia pollen and the number of days that Ambrosia pollen was recorded in the air were analysed. The mean and standard deviation (SD) were calculated regardless of the number of years included in the study period, while trends are based on those time series with 8 or more years of data. Trends were considered significant at p?

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