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Title: Identification of potential sources of airborne 0lea pollen in the southwest Iberian Peninsula
Authors: Santiago Férnandez Rodríguez
Skjøth, Carsten Ambelas
Tormo-Molina, Rafael
Brandao, R. M.
Caeiro, E.
M. Smith
Silva-Palacios, I.
Gonzalo-Garijo, A.
Keywords: pollen
Iberian Peninsula
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Santiago Férnandez Rodríguez; Skjøth, Carsten Ambelas; Tormo-Molina, Rafael; Brandao, R. M.; Caeiro, E.; M. Smith; Silva-Palacios, I.; Gonzalo-Garijo, A.Identification of potential sources of airborne 0lea pollen in the southwest Iberian Peninsula, Trabalho apresentado em 5th European Symposium on Aerobiology, In Alergologia Immunologia, Krakow, 2012.
Abstract: Regional scale transport of olive pollen can result in increased nighttime concentrations of this important aeroallergen. This could be particularly important in Mediterranean countries where people can be outdoors during this time due to climate and lifestyle. Such studies are valuable for allergy sufferers and health care professionals because the information can be incorporated into forecasts, the outputs of which are used for avoiding exposure to aeroallergens and planning medication. The results of studies of this nature can also be used for examining gene flow in this important agricultural crop.
Other Identifiers: 17319404
Type: article
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