Bernard Clot
Bernard Clot
Federal Office for Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss
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Climate change 2007-impacts, adaptation and vulnerability: Working group II contribution to the fourth assessment report of the IPCC
ML Parry
Cambridge University Press, 2007
Pollen monitoring: minimum requirements and reproducibility of analysis
C Galán, M Smith, M Thibaudon, G Frenguelli, J Oteros, R Gehrig, ...
Aerobiologia 30, 385-395, 2014
Phytophenological trends in Switzerland
C Defila, B Clot
International journal of biometeorology 45, 203-207, 2001
Recommended terminology for aerobiological studies
C Galán, A Ariatti, M Bonini, B Clot, B Crouzy, A Dahl, ...
Aerobiologia 33, 293-295, 2017
Ragweed (Ambrosia) progression and its health risks: will Switzerland resist this invasion?
B Lambelet, B Clot, C Keimer
Swiss Medical Weekly 135 (3738), 538-538, 2005
Real-time sensing of bioaerosols: Review and current perspectives
JA Huffman, AE Perring, NJ Savage, B Clot, B Crouzy, F Tummon, ...
Aerosol Science and Technology 54 (5), 465-495, 2020
Trends in airborne pollen: an overview of 21 years of data in Neuchâtel (Switzerland)
B Clot
Aerobiologia 19, 227-234, 2003
Defining pollen exposure times for clinical trials of allergen immunotherapy for pollen‐induced rhinoconjunctivitis–an EAACI position paper
O Pfaar, K Bastl, U Berger, J Buters, MA Calderon, B Clot, U Darsow, ...
Allergy 72 (5), 713-722, 2017
All-optical automatic pollen identification: Towards an operational system
B Crouzy, M Stella, T Konzelmann, B Calpini, B Clot
Atmospheric Environment 140, 202-212, 2016
Higher airborne pollen concentrations correlated with increased SARS-CoV-2 infection rates, as evidenced from 31 countries across the globe
A Damialis, S Gilles, M Sofiev, V Sofieva, F Kolek, D Bayr, MP Plaza, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (12), e2019034118, 2021
Real-time pollen monitoring using digital holography
E Sauvageat, Y Zeder, K Auderset, B Calpini, B Clot, B Crouzy, ...
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 13 (3), 1539-1550, 2020
Automatic pollen recognition with the Rapid-E particle counter: the first-level procedure, experience and next steps
I Šaulienė, L Šukienė, G Daunys, G Valiulis, L Vaitkevičius, P Matavulj, ...
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 12 (6), 3435-3452, 2019
Airborne birch pollen in Neuchâtel (Switzerland): onset, peak and daily patterns
B Clot
Aerobiologia 17 (1), 25-29, 2001
An algorithm and a device for counting airborne pollen automatically using laser optics
S Kawashima, B Clot, T Fujita, Y Takahashi, K Nakamura
Atmospheric Environment 41 (36), 7987-7993, 2007
Phenology and human health: allergic disorders
M Huynen, B Menne, H Behrendt, R Bertollini, S Bonini, R Brandao, ...
Health and global environmental change, 2003
Spatial and temporal variations in airborne Ambrosia pollen in Europe
B Sikoparija, CA Skjøth, S Çelenk, C Testoni, T Abramidze, K Alm Kübler, ...
Aerobiologia 33, 181-189, 2017
Effects of airborne birch pollen levels on clinical symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinoconjunctivitis
D Caillaud, S Martin, C Segala, JP Besancenot, B Clot, M Thibaudon
International archives of allergy and immunology 163 (1), 43-50, 2014
Phytophenological trends in the Swiss Alps, 1951-2002
C Defila, B Clot
Meteorologische Zeitschrift (Berlin) 14, 2005
Automated pollen monitoring system using laser optics for observing seasonal changes in the concentration of total airborne pollen
S Kawashima, M Thibaudon, S Matsuda, T Fujita, N Lemonis, B Clot, ...
Aerobiologia 33 (3), 351-362, 2017
Nonlinear short-term effects of airborne Poaceae levels on hay fever symptoms
DM Caillaud, S Martin, C Segala, JP Besancenot, B Clot, M Thibaudon
Journal of allergy and clinical immunology 130 (3), 812-814. e1, 2012
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