List of Cited Documents

(listed in order of citation)

  1. ASHRAE, ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2010. Ventilation for acceptable indoor air quality. 2010, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc.: Atlanta, GA.
  2. Fisk, W.J., D. Black, and G. Brunner, "Benefits and costs of improved IEQ in offices". Indoor Air, 2011. 21(5): p. 357-367.
  3. Persily, A.K. and J. Gorfain, Analysis of ventilation data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Building Assessment Survey and Evaluation (BASE) Study, NISTIR-7145-Revised. 2008, National Institute for Standards and Technology: Bethesda. MD.
  4. EPA, Cost of illness handbook. 2002, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Washington, DC.
  5. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Employer cost for employee compensation - June 2008. 2008 [cited 2011; Available from: http://www.bls.gov/news.release/archives/ecec_09102008.pdf.
  6. Benne, K., et al., Assessment of the energy impacts of outside air in the commercial sector, NREL/TP-550-41955. 2009, National Renewable Energy Laboratory: Golden, CO.
  7. Griffith, B., et al., Methodology for modeling building energy performance across the commercial sector. 2008, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, NREL/TP-550-41956.
  8. Brandemuehl, M.J. and J.E. Braun, "The impact of demand controlled and economizer ventilation strategies on energy use in buildings". ASHRAE Transactions, 1999. 105(2): p. 39-50.
  9. Fisk, W.J., D. Black, and G. Brunner, "Changing ventilation rates in U.S. offices: implications for health, work performance, energy, and associated economics". Building and Environment, 2011. 47: p. 368-372.
  10. ASHRAE, ASHRAE/ANSI Standard 55-2010 Thermal environmental conditions for human occupancy. 2010, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers: Atlanta, GA.
  11. Fang, L., et al., "Impact of indoor air temperature and humidity in an office on perceived air quality, SBS symptoms and performance". Indoor Air, 2004. 14 Suppl 7: p. 74-81.
  12. Mendell, M.J. and A.G. Mirer, "Indoor thermal factors and symptoms in office workers: findings from the U.S. EPA BASE study". Indoor Air, 2009. 19(4): p. 291-302.
  13. Mendell, M.J., et al., "Indoor particles and symptoms among office workers: results from a double-blind cross-over study". Epidemiology, 2002. 13(3): p. 296-304.
  14. Seppänen, O. and W.J. Fisk, "Some quantitative relations between indoor environmental quality and work performance or health". International Journal of HVAC&R Research, 2006. 12(4): p. 957-973.
  15. Lan, L., et al., "Effects of thermal discomfort in an office on perceived air quality, SBS symptoms, physiological responses, and human performance". Indoor Air, 2011. 21(5): p. 376-390.
  16. Wargocki, P. and D.P. Wyon, "The effect of moderately raised classroom temperatures and classroom ventilation rate on the performance of schoolwork by children". HVAC&R Research, 2007. 13(2): p. 193-220.
  17. Lan, L., P. Wargocki, and Z. Lian, "Quantitative measurement of productivity loss due to thermal discomfort". Energy and Buildings, 2011b. 43(5): p. 1057-1062.
  18. Mills, E., Building commissioning: a golden opportunity for reducing energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions. 2009, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory http://cx.lbl.gov/2009-assessment.html: Berkeley, CA.
  19. Mudarri, D. and W.J. Fisk, "Public health and economic impact of dampness and mold". Indoor Air, 2007. 17(3): p. 226-235.
  20. Fisk, W.J., E. Eliseeva, and M.J. Mendell, "Association of residential dampness and mold with respiratory tract infections and bronchitis: a meta-analysis". Environmental Health, 2010. 9:72.
  21. Sahakian, N., J.H. Park, and J. Cox-Ganser, "Respiratory morbidity and medical visits associated with dampness and air-conditioning in offices and homes". Indoor Air, 2009. 19(1): p. 58-67.
  22. Beko, G., G. Clausen, and C.J. Weschler, "Is the use of particle air filtration justified? Costs and benefits of filtration with regard to health effects, building cleaning and occupant productivity". Building and Environment, 2008. 43: p. 1647-1657.
  23. Brauner, E., et al., "Indoor particles affect vascular function in the aged: an air filtration-based intervention study". American Journal of Respiratory Critical Care Medicine, 2008. 177: p. 419-425.
  24. Franklin, M., A. Zeka, and J. Schwartz, "Association between PM2.5 and all-cause and specific-cause mortality in 27 US communities". J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol, 2007. 17(3): p. 279-87.
  25. IOM, Clearing the air: asthma and indoor air exposures. 2000, Washington, D.C.: Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences National Academy Press.
  26. Wargocki, P., D.P. Wyon, and P.O. Fanger, "The performance and subjective responses of call-center operators with new and used supply air filters at two outdoor air supply rates". Indoor Air, 2004. 14 Suppl 8: p. 7-16.
  27. Beko, G., G. Clausen, and C.J. Weschler, "Sensory pollution from bag filters, carbon filters and combinations". Indoor Air, 2008. 18(1): p. 27-36.
  28. Fisk, W.J., et al., "Performance and costs of particle air filtration technologies". Indoor Air, 2002. 12(4): p. 223-34.
  29. Oliveira-Fernandes, E.d., et al., EnVIE co-ordination action on indoor air quality and health effects. Deliverable 0.1.4 publishable final activity report. http://www.envie-iaq.eu/. 2009.
  30. EPA, Report to congress on indoor air quality: volume II assessment and control of indoor air pollution, EPA/400/1-89/001C. 1989, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Washington, DC.
  31. Fisk, W.J. and A.H. Rosenfeld, "Estimates of improved productivity and health from better indoor environments". Indoor Air, 1997. 7(3): p. 158-172.
  32. Fisk, W.J., "Health and productivity gains from better indoor environments and their relationship with building energy efficiency". Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, 2000. 25(1): p. 537-566.

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