Idalia Kasprzyk
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Long-range transport of Ambrosia pollen to Poland
M Smith, CA Skjth, D Myszkowska, A Uruska, M Puc, A Stach, Z Balwierz, ...
Agricultural and forest meteorology 148 (10), 1402-1411, 2008
Aeromycology--main research fields of interest during the last 25 years
I Kasprzyk
Ann Agric Environ Med [Internet] 15 (1), 1-7, 2008
Airborne fungal spores in urban and rural environments in Poland
I Kasprzyk, M Worek
Aerobiologia 22 (3), 169-176, 2006
A method for producing airborne pollen source inventories: An example of Ambrosia (ragweed) on the Pannonian Plain
CA Skjth, M Smith, B Šikoparija, A Stach, D Myszkowska, I Kasprzyk, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150 (9), 1203-1210, 2010
FTIR-ATR spectroscopy of pollen and honey as a tool for unifloral honey authentication. The case study of rape honey
I Kasprzyk, J Depciuch, D Grabek-Lejko, M Parlinska-Wojtan
Food Control 84, 33-40, 2018
The occurrence of Ambrosia pollen in Rzeszw, Krakw and Poznań, Poland: investigation of trends and possible transport of Ambrosia pollen from Ukraine
I Kasprzyk, D Myszkowska, Ł Grewling, A Stach, B Šikoparija, ...
International Journal of Biometeorology 55 (4), 633-644, 2011
Non-native Ambrosia pollen in the atmosphere of Rzeszw (SE Poland); evaluation of the effect of weather conditions on daily concentrations and starting dates of the pollen season
I Kasprzyk
International journal of biometeorology 52 (5), 341-351, 2008
Comparative study of seasonal and intradiurnal variation of airborne herbaceous pollen in urban and rural areas
I Kasprzyk
Aerobiologia 22 (3), 185-195, 2006
Fungal spores in the atmosphere of Rzeszow [South-East Poland]
I Kasprzyk, B Rzepowska, M Wasylw
Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine 11 (2), 2004
Occurrence of airborne Cladosporium and Alternaria spores in Southern and Central Poland in 1995–1996
D Stępalska, K Harmata, I Kasprzyk, D Myszkowska, A Stach
Aerobiologia 15 (1), 39-47, 1999
Masting in wind‐pollinated trees: system‐specific roles of weather and pollination dynamics in driving seed production
M Bogdziewicz, J Szymkowiak, I Kasprzyk, Ł Grewling, Z Borowski, ...
Ecology 98 (10), 2615-2625, 2017
Flowering phenology and airborne pollen grains of chosen tree taxa in Rzeszw (SE Poland)
I Kasprzyk
Aerobiologia 19 (2), 113-120, 2003
Regional differentiation in the dynamics of the pollen seasons of Alnus, Corylus and Fraxinus in Poland (preliminary results)
I Kasprzyk, A Uruska, K Szczepanek, M Latałowa, J Gaweł, K Harmata, ...
Aerobiologia 20 (2), 141-151, 2004
Palynological analysis of airborne pollen fall in Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski in 1995
I Kasprzyk
Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine 3 (2), 1996
The long distance transport of airborne Ambrosia pollen to the UK and the Netherlands from Central and south Europe
LA de Weger, CH Pashley, B Šikoparija, CA Skjth, I Kasprzyk, ...
International journal of biometeorology 60 (12), 1829-1839, 2016
Alternaria spores in the air across Europe: abundance, seasonality and relationships with climate, meteorology and local environment
CA Skjth, A Damialis, J Belmonte, C De Linares, ...
Aerobiologia 32 (1), 3-22, 2016
Air pollution by allergenic spores of the genus Alternaria in the air of central and eastern Europe
I Kasprzyk, V Rodinkova, I Šaulienė, O Ritenberga, A Grinn-Gofron, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22 (12), 9260-9274, 2015
Description of the main Poaceae pollen season using bi-Gaussian curves, and forecasting methods for the start and peak dates for this type of season in Rzeszw and Ostrowiec Św…
I Kasprzyk, A Walanus
Journal of Environmental Monitoring 12 (4), 906-916, 2010
Spatial variations in the dynamics of the Alnus and Corylus pollen seasons in Poland
D Myszkowska, B Jenner, M Puc, A Stach, M Nowak, M Malkiewicz, ...
Aerobiologia 26 (3), 209-221, 2010
Near-ground effect of height on pollen exposure
J Rojo, J Oteros, R Prez-Badia, P Cervign, Z Ferencova, ...
Environmental research 174, 160-169, 2019
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