List of publications in English

 

BUILDING BIOLOGY, PUBLICATIONS

Alfredsen, G., Solheim H. & Jenssen, K.M. 2005. Evaluation of decay fungi in Norwegian buildings. IRG/WP 05/10562, Stockholm. 12 pp.

Braathen, O.A., Lunder, C., Schmidbauer, N., Mattsson, J., Ahlen, C. 2002. ORM (Optimual removal of moisture from water damaged building constructions) – MVOCs. Proceedings Indoor Air, Monterey, 6 pp.

Gobakken, L.R., Mattsson, J. & Alfredsen, G. 2008. In-service performance of wood depends upon the critical in-situ conditions. 39th. IRG Proceedings, Istanbul. 13 pp.

Haugen, A. & Mattsson, J. 2011. Preparations for climate change’s influences on cultural heritage. Int. J. Climate Change Strategies and Management 3(4):386-401.

Holme, J., Hagerhed-Engman, L., Mattsson, J., Sundell, J. & Bornehag, C.G. 2008. Mould in Swedish houses and its association with observed and reported dampness and mouldy odour, and its effect on asthma and allergy in children. Proceedings Indoor Air, Austin, Texas. 1 pp.

Holme, J., Hagerhed-Engman, L., Mattsson, J., Sundell, J. & Bornehag, C.G. 2010. Culturable mold in indoor air and its association with moisture-related problems and asthma and allergy among Swedish children. Indoor Air 20(4):329-340.

Mattsson, J. 1993. Service life of Building Components of Ancient, Historic and Newer Wooden Buildings. Biodeterioration of Cultural Property 2 (ICBCP-2). International Communications Specialists Inc., Tokyo, Japan. 14 pp.

Mattsson, J. 1995. Remedies of Mould Growth in Homes. Proceedings of Indoor Air Quality in Practice. 6 pp.

Mattsson, J. 2000. Inspection and evaluation of decay in log structures. In: Wood Structures: A Global Forum on the Treatment, Conservation and repair of cultural heritage. ASTM STP 1351:79-94, Kelley et al. (eds.).

Mattsson, J. 2002. Building ecology: Influence of distribution, detection and control of biodeterioration. IMC 7. Oslo. 1 pp.

Mattsson, J. 2005. Mould Disinfection - effect of surface cleaning. Proceedings Indoor Air, Beijing. 4 pp.

Mattsson, J. 2005. Tape lift versus contact agar plates - evaluation of analysis methods. Proceedings Indoor Air, Beijing. 4 pp.

Mattsson, J. 2007. Structural Failures of the Timber Structures in Arctic Climate.16th ICOMOS IWC, Florence. 5 pp.

Mattsson, J., Carlson, O.E. & Engh, I. 2002. Negative influence on IAQ by air movement from mould contaminated constructions into buildings. Proceedings Indoor Air, Monterey, 6 pp.

Mattsson, J. & Carlson, O.E. 2008. Quality assessment of building survey. Proceedings Indoor Air, Copenhagen. 5 pp.

Mattsson, J., Carlson, O.E. & Jenssen, K.M. 2011. Norwegian guidelines for particle exposure in IAQ investigations: mould and dust levels. Proceedings Indoor Air, Austin, Texas. 6 pp.

Mattsson, J., Flyen, A.C. 2001. Preventive methods against biodeterioration of protected building materials in Svalbard. ICOMOS IPHC. Polar settlements - location, techniques and conservation. 7 pp.

Mattsson, J. & Flyen, A.C. 2008. Biodeterioration in buildings at Svalbard. ICOMOS IPHC, Alaska. 8 pp.

Mattsson, J., Flyen, A.C. & Nunez, M. 2010. Wood-decaying fungi in protected buildings and structures on Svalbard. Agarica 29:5-14.

Mattsson, J., Oftedal, T., Lyngstad, H. & Whist, C. 2004. Building Physics and Microbiology in Bryggen, Bergen. Christensson, A. (ed). Stiftelsen Bryggen, Bergen. 9 pp.

Nunez, M. 2011. Indoor mould ecology resembles ecological strategies in natural environments.

Nunez, M., Sivertsen, M.S. & Mattsson, J. 2012. Growth preferences on substrate, construction, and room location for indoor moulds and Actinomycetes. Abstracts Healthy Buildings 2012, Brisbane. 6 pp.
 

Risan, T., Haugen, A. & Mattsson, J. 2011. Municipalities Addressing Climate Change. Nova Science publ. 93 – 111, Kelman (ed.). 19 pp.

Sivertsen, M.S. & Mattsson, J. 2011. Growth conditions for fungal decay in wooden constructions - practical experience versus literature. Proceedings IRG 42, IRG/WP 11-10758, Queenstown. 12 pp.

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