Interpreting Numerical Data of Viable Airborne Mould Samples

Another article on airborne mould samples provides guidelines for interpreting numerical data of viable air samples. To see the guidelines for non-viable air samples click Guidelines for Interpreting Non-viable Air Samples. The guidelines may be used to decide whether further investigations are required after initial investigations. As was indicated in the last Issue, numerical laboratory […]

Sampling for Airborne Aspergillus species

Aspergillus is one the most common types of moulds in indoor environment. Some members of Aspergillus group are recognized health hazards and are of great concern if they appear in built environment. The most important species as concerns health are Aspergillus clavatus, Aspergillus fumigatus, Aspergillus niger and Aspergillus versicolor. Aspergillus clavatus is often associated with […]

Significance of Airborne Cladosporium in Indoor Air Quality

Cladosporium is one of the most widespread mould. It includes about 40 species naturally found in soil, on decaying plant material and as plant pathogens. Several studies conducted in Europe and North America have shown that Cladosporium spores are present in the outdoor environment throughout the year. However, concentrations are very low in winter. In […]

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