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Publications: Kemp, Peter

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Neumeister-Kemp, H.G., Maxwell, A., Kemp, P.C., Dell, B. and Hardy, G.E.St.J. (2004) An advanced slit-type volumetric spore trap for monitoring bioaerosols; new methods for identifying fungal spores. Australasian Plant Pathology, 33 (3). pp. 393-400.

Kemp, P.C., Neumeister-Kemp, H.G., Esposito, B., Lysek, G. and Murray, F. (2003) Changes in airborne fungi from the outdoors to indoor air; large HVAC systems in nonproblem buildings in two different climates. AIHA Journal, 64 (2). pp. 269-275.

Kemp, P.C., Neumeister-Kemp, H.G., Murray, F. and Lysek, G. (2002) Airborne fungi in non-problem buildings in a southern-hemisphere Mediterranean climate: Preliminary study of natural and mechanical ventilation. Indoor and Built Environment, 11 (1). pp. 44-53.

Kemp, P.C., Neumeister-Kemp, H.G., Koch, C., Lysek, G. and Murray, F. (2002) Determining the growth and vitality of micro-organisms in carpets and mattresses in non-problem dwellings by measuring CO2 released during respiration. Indoor and Built Environment, 11 (4). pp. 214-220.

Kemp, P.C., Neumeister-Kemp, H.G., Lysek, G. and Murray, F. (2001) Survival and growth of micro-organisms on air filtration media during initial loading. Atmospheric Environment, 35 (28). pp. 4739-4749.

Neumeister-Kemp, H.G., Cheong, C.D., Kemp, P., Hardy, G.E.St.J. and Dingle, P.W. (2000) Indoor air fungi investigation of carpeted houses treated with different cleaning methods. Mycoses, 43 (6). p. 247.


Kemp, Peter Charles (2002) Sources of indoor fungi in non-problem buildings and dwellings. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

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