What do existing measurement and model results reveal about indoor air chemistry?
To identify species to measure indoors based on existing indoor results.
In order to achieve this objective, the following tasks will be carried out through reviews of existing literature and current projects, with results presented at workshop 2 in month 12:
1. Identify key indoor gas- and particle-phase species based on existing measurements and model results. This will include measurements in buildings, but also relevant measurements from chamber or laboratory studies (e.g. kinetic experiments, toxicological assessments).
2. Provide source apportionment of indoor pollutants, both in the gas- and particulate-phases (e.g. indoor vs outdoor; human vs natural, primary vs secondary).
3. Identify parameters that cause major uncertainties in indoor air models.
4. Provide a list of recommendations for WGs3-6.
Milestones and deliverables
Month 1: Start-up workshop (Workshop 1) for all participants of the network
Month 6: Progress meeting
Month 12: Workshop 2; Recommendations for WG3 on species to be measured indoors (D1)
Month 12: ECI Training School 1 (D2)
Month 18: Editorial submitted summarising findings and recommendations (D3)
1. Field studies
2c. Occupant behaviour/household products
2d. Microbial activity
2e. Chemical transformations
2f. Role of particles
2g. Source apportionment