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- Celenk, Sevcan; Malyer, Hulusi
- International journal of biometeorology 2017 v.61 no.8 pp. 1499-1510
- hay fever, etc ; Ambrosia; allergenicity; allergens; bioclimatology; models; pollen; Black Sea; Bulgaria; North America; Romania; Russia; Turkey (country); Ukraine; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Ambrosia pollen was first reported as an important allergen in North America at the end of the nineteenth century, and many European countries have recently reported its increasing significance for pollen allergy. The aims of this study were to determine whether the highly allergenic Ambrosia pollen recorded during the studied period could be the result of long-distance transport (LDT) and to iden ...
- Kim, Kyu Rang; Kim, Mijin; Choe, Ho-Seong; Han, Mae Ja; Lee, Hye-Rim; Oh, Jae-Won; Kim, Baek-Jo
- International journal of biometeorology 2017 v.61 no.2 pp. 259-272
- hay fever, etc ; Weibull statistics; bioclimatology; climate change; pollen; regression analysis; risk; sanitation; statistical models; weather; Korean Peninsula; Show all 11 Subjects
- ... Pollen is an important cause of respiratory allergic reactions. As individual sanitation has improved, allergy risk has increased, and this trend is expected to continue due to climate change. Atmospheric pollen concentration is highly influenced by weather conditions. Regression analysis and modeling of the relationships between airborne pollen concentrations and weather conditions were performed ...