Nov 2014 to present
AQEG Ltd - London
Head of Air Quality Services and Technical Director
Nov 2012 to Nov 2014
WSP Global - London
Associate Director and Technical Manager
May 2009 to Nov 2012
Mouchel Ltd - Woking
Mar 2006 to Mar 2009
Bureau Veritas - London
Senior Scientific Policy Advisor
Mar 2003 to Mar 2006
Defra - London
Associate Lecturer and Researcher
Oct 1996 to May 2004
Imperial College London - London
Post doc, Air Quality Modelling and Exposure Assessment - 2002
Imperial College London - London, UK
Air Quality Modelling and Public Exposure Assessment, using Geographic Information Systems and Advanced Dispersion Models, 2000-2002. Funded by the European Commission, DG ENV.
Ph.D, Applied Physics, Remote Sensing, Air Pollution and Environmental Data - 1996
Imperial College London - London, UK
Ana's PhD was co-funded by the European Commission (EC) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and looked at forest damage due to air pollution in East Germany, Czech Republic/Slovakia and Poland using Remote Sensing data (Landsat TM5), advanced digital image processing techniques, Air Pollution monitoring data and Geographic Information Systems, coupled with geostatistical data integration and analysis (Centre for Remote Sensing, Physics Department, Imperial College, University of London, UK and Complex Systems Research Centre (NASA unit), University of New Hampshire, USA).
MSc, Environmental Technology - 1991
Imperial College London - London, UK
Ana's MSc at the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine Centre for Environmental Technology (world renowned ICCET) was funded by the European Commission and looked at the uncertainties of Air Pollution Data associated with modelling tools and assumptions, being supervised by Professor Helen ApSimon.
Licenciatura, Environmental Engineering -1988
Department of Earth Sciences and Environmental Engineering, New University of Lisbon - Lisbon, Portugal
This was a 5 year course, with the first three years covering Maths, Physics and Chemistry and the last two years specialising in water, land and air pollution, monitoring, data processing, integration and dissemination. Ana's final year dissertation was on "Environmental Impact Assessment of an accidental oil spill in the River Sado estuary, Portugal”.
Ana has acted as a Team Leader to four EU Air Quality technical assistance projects namely:
TEAM LEADER - Study on Air Pollution in Dhaka and Opportunities for Cost-Effective Control Solutions - The Study on Air Pollution in Dhaka and Opportunities for Cost-Effective Control Solutions (SAPD-OCECS-Dhaka) funded by the European Union was a comprehensive study of the air quality key emission sources in the Dhaka region using a cost/benefit analysis approach to select the most efficient measures to solve and or significantly contribute to the amelioration of air pollution in this mega city with the primary objective of safeguarding human health.
TEAM LEADER - Positioning the European Union on Air Quality Management in India - Positioning the EU in Air Quality Management in India (PoEU-AirQM-India), aimed to understand India's needs in terms of air quality management and enabling the drafting of India’s Air Quality Strategy and Local Action Plans for four mega cities, offering a description of the main EU mechanisms to control air pollution, namely regulatory, political, technical striving to align India with EU legislation, policy and guidance. There were in total seven capacity building session with government officials and four workshops which acted both as stakeholder consultations and awareness raising events. http://www.eu-india-air.com/.
TEAM LEADER - Development and demonstration of technical IT solutions linking INSPIRE services to the reporting and data exchange requirements of the proposed CAFE Directive, European Commission (2010). Responsible for leading the international consortium for the delivery of the EC/JRC project, “Development and demonstration of technical IT solutions linking INSPIRE services to the reporting and data exchange requirements of the proposed CAFE Directive” project, for LOT 1 (Centralised System with less than 50 stations,) on behalf of the Slovak Ministry of Environment.
TEAM LEADER - Developing and prototyping INSPIRE technical specifications for air, water, waste and biodiversity environmental monitoring facilities across Member States, European Commission, Joint Research Centre, (2008-2009).
PUBLIC SECTOR EXPERIENCE
Senior Scientific Policy Advisor at the Air Quality Division, Standards and Assessment Branch, Department of Environment, Food, and Regional Affairs (Defra), Central Government, UK. Main duties included managing Defra contracts under the Air and Environmental Quality Research Programme, providing policy and technical advice on air monitoring, modelling and reporting issues related to ambient air quality and emissions, ministerial briefing, national and local air quality assessment and strategy delineation (e.g. UK Air Quality Strategy Review 2007), Low Emission Zones definition, national and European negotiation of vehicle pollution emission legislation (Euro 5 and 6), representing the UK at European Technical meetings and Expert Panels and Defra's nominated officer
with responsibility for several Government projects. The post has provided and required vast project management experience and coordination of large international multidisciplinary teams at various levels, as well as project specification, procurement and subcontractor management.
Examples of projects managed
Description - COMMUNICATION OF AIR QUALITY DATA
This service collates and disseminates air quality information and data as required by the
Air Quality Strategy for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and the EC Directive on Air Quality Management and Assessment and associated Daughter Directives. Air Quality monitoring data are stored in an on-line database of over 150 million records at www.airquality.co.uk. Up-to-date figures for the current hour are available as simple pop-up bulletins and weekly graphs of data. More detailed data and statistics are available on screen or through e-mail by querying the database. Information is also disseminated hourly via:
• Teletext page 156;
• FreePhone 0800 556677. Daily air quality bulletins are disseminated automatically by e-mail to over 150 recipients. The contract also covers a number of other areas:
• Reporting UK annual data sets to the European Commission via it's DEM software and Airbase;
• Reporting data for the EC Daughter Directive Questionnaire;
• Calculating the UK Headline Air Quality Indicator;
• Responding to ad-hoc queries for data and statistics for PQs, or from the scientific community;
• Publishing air quality reports in an on-line database;
• Publishing air quality contracts information in an on-line database;
• Publishing on-line tools for local air quality management;
• Managing an interactive on-line system for frequently asked questions.
Description - CMCU of the automatic urban & rural networks - 2002-2008
This service provided by Defra manages the Central Management and Control Unit (CMCU) for the Automatic Urban and Rural Network (AURN). This contract enables the Authority to:
• Provide information to the public on airborne concentrations of pollutants at various sites as required in the EU Ambient Air Quality directive;
• Inform the public about air quality in near real-time;
• Check if statutory air quality standards, objectives, target and limit values are met;
• Assess effects of air pollution on health and the environment;
• Provide information for local air quality review and assessments within the UK Air Quality Strategy; and
• Inform and support the development of cost effective planning solutions and identify long term trends and sources of pollution.
PRIVATE SECTOR EXPERIENCE
WSP Global - UK Technical Director (Air Quality) at Environmental Planning, Head of UK Air Quality Services November 2012 - March 2014. Responsibilities included recruiting and developing talent in the team, delineation of a growth strategy and programme implementation for the team to attain business targets and objectives, involvement of team in planning, setting targets and budgeting, keeping team informed of business performance, development of strategic and effective networks in the industry and delivery of high profile presentations. Project Director of all projects in the team with responsibility for signing off project scope and specification, fee quotations, management of suppliers and subcontractors and quality control of reports to clients, including securing timely delivery within budget.
Mouchel Ltd. - Associate Director and Technical Manager - main duties included technical leadership, technical coordination, mentoring and training of staff assuring robustness of project delivery and high standard of technical reports prepared by the team. Contributed to winning large framework agreements having secured the GPS 2011-2014 for provision of Air Quality Technical support.
Bureau Veritas, UK. Senior Project Manager at Bureau Veritas.. Main duties ranged from technical direction on project proposal writing and budget definition, management and delivery; team management and coordination, training and presentation of the capability of the team to clients and stakeholders. Shared with the team her extensive experience and expertise in the usage of geographic information systems (GIS) for integrated air quality assessment, integrated environmental modelling and mapping projects and assisted EU clients and stakeholders including technical support to the European Commission, in relation to the implementation provisions of the CAFE and INSPIRE Directives. Development and implementation of a mapping system in the UK (on behalf of Defra) to disseminate on-line near real time air quality monitoring data to the public to implement directive 2008/05/EC (see http://uk-air.defra.gov.uk/latest /google-earth).
Examples of projects managed
Planning - Residential
Air Quality Assessment for the Milbank Residential Development, Project Director, Berkeley, London
Ana's team was commissioned to assess the potential impacts of the proposed development on local air quality using complex air dispersion modelling. The EHO raised a concern as the application site was located in an Air Quality Management Area and new residents would be exposed to pollutant concentrations exceeding current legislated national objectives and European limit values. The results of the assessment identified that there was a risk of exceeding the annual air quality standard for nitrogen dioxide at all locations within the development site due to both traffic and Energy Centre emissions. Ana provided advice on the most suitable height and location of the Combined Heat and Power unit (CHP) to minimise impacts and identified suitable mitigation measures which led to agreement with the EHO being successfully secured.
Air Quality Assessment for the Hogarth Business Park Mixed Use Development, Project Manager, Berkeley, London
Ana's team was commissioned to assess the potential exposure of future residential occupants of the proposed development which was located in an area in London where pollutant concentrations exceeded the UK Air Quality Strategy Objectives. Ana was responsible for the technical delivery of the project and took a proactive approach by undertaking sensitivity testing modelling to identify hot spot areas were there was a risk of exceeding the annual air quality objectives. The preliminary modelling results were used to advise the client on a site layout that would minimise the impacts of local pollution on the residential areas planned leading to an optimised design. The final air quality modelling results indicated only slight impacts and planning permission was successfully secured.
Air Quality Assessment for Broom Hill, Project Manager, Project Director, Cooper Estates Ltd
Ana's team was commissioned to prepare a statement of common ground to avoid a planning application going to public inquiry. A grounded knowledge of policy, technical and planning issues enabled a successful engagement with the Local Authority’s Environmental Health Officer and a robust case defending the views of the client was put forward. A sound methodological approach coupled with confident defence of the evidence provided successfully secured planning permission to the client.
Air Quality Assessment for Land at Hailsham, Project Manager, Project Director, The Fairfield Partnership
Ana was responsible for the delivery of the air quality assessment of the potential impacts of approximately 340 000m2 for residential use with approximately 600 dwellings, a two-form entry primary school, a small retail unit and a range of formal and informal public open spaces, including playing fields and allotments / community orchards. This entailed the assessment of local effects on public exposure and environment of construction phase activities using IAQM guidance and traffic emissions associated with the operational phase of the proposal using the advanced ADMS-Roads dispersion model.
Air Quality Assessment for Land at Jotmans Farm, Project Manager, Project Director, Persimmon Homes Essex
Ana was responsible supervision, management and the delivery of the air quality assessment to support an Outline Planning Application for the Site and the associated Environmental Statement (ES). The Application Site entailed, up to 200 residential dwellings; provision of public open spaces; green infrastructure; and supporting infrastructure and utilities. The assessment used the advanced ADMS-Roads dispersion model considering the potential impacts of the Site Application at selected worst case receptor locations
Air Quality Assessment for Cheltenham Residential Development, Project Director and Manager, Cheltenham
Ana was responsible for the supervision and delivery of the air quality assessment of the potential impacts of the Application Site at over 1,000 receptor locations for a proposed regeneration development located at North Place and Portland Street car parks, Cheltenham, using the advanced ADMS-Roads dispersion model. The assessment addressed the proposals construction and operational phases including the following components: a multi-storey public car park; a retail foodstore car park; and 143 housing units.
Planning - Retail
Air Quality Assessment for Prologis Park, Project Manager, Project Director, Prologis UK Limited
Ana's team was commissioned to assess the potential impacts of the proposed development on public exposure which was located in an area in London where pollutant concentrations exceeded the UK Air Quality Strategy Objectives. The assessment addressed both the construction and operational phases of the proposals and engagement and discussions with the EHO required to address all the air quality area concerns. Robust modelling of impacts in the opening year and a sound methodological approach coupled with suitable delineation of mitigation measures successfully secured planning permission to the client.
Air Quality Assessment for TESCO Stores, Project Manager, Project Director, TESCO
Ana has been responsible for the supervision, management and the delivery of a variety air quality assessments to support Tesco stores Planning Applications securing successful outcomes for the client. This included negotiation of section 106 agreements and sustainable measures with the Local Authority Health Environment Officer to reduce local air quality impacts and contribute to compliance with current UK and European legislative requirements.
Air Quality Assessment for the Doha Metro Line and National Rail System, Project Manager, Project Director, Dubai
Ana's team was commissioned to assess the potential impacts of the proposed Doha Metro Line and National Rail System on public exposure. The assessment addressed both the construction and operational phases of the proposals. Ana was responsible for managing the delivery team and securing robust modelling of impacts in the opening year (2022). Her management and technical skills secured a sound methodological approach whilst meeting the very strict delivery program securing a timely submission to the client.
Roads and Bridges
Air Quality Assessment for Hermitage Lane Scheme and Proposed Development, Project Manager, Project Director, Maidstone Borough Council
Ana's team was commissioned to assess the potential impacts on local air quality of a Proposed Scheme which sought to ameliorate traffic current congestion and enable the reduction of traffic impacts of a proposed residential scheme. A series of air quality advanced dispersion modelling scenarios were designed and modelled to ascertain the scheme’s benefits or dis-benefits on the grounds of air quality. The final air quality modelling results clearly indicated the overall benefits of the proposed scheme and its relative impacts on local air quality in association with the proposed development making a clear case to the Council’s planners in terms of the local transport strategy to be adopted.
Air Quality Assessment for South East Manchester Multimodal Strategy (SEMMS), Project Director and Manager, Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council, Manchester City Council, Cheshire East
Ana was part of a multidisciplinary team of consultants for delivery of the EIA for the SEMMMS project A6 to Manchester Airport Relief Road. Her role was to project manage delivery and act as the technical lead for the Air Quality Assessment works. The air quality modelling work entailed ADMS-Roads dispersion modelling of NO2 and Particulate Matter (PM10) traffic emissions during the operation phase, and dust impacts during the construction phase across the study area. This large scale detailed air quality assessment for South East Manchester Multi Modal Strategy (SEMMS) with Stockport, Manchester, and Cheshire East Council required the provision of inputs for the ES chapter, consultation and public exhibition. It involved leading and managing the air quality team to the delivery of a TG09/DMRB and TAG compliant assessment. This included the delineation and management of an air quality monitoring campaign and consultation with relevant Local Authorities.
Camborne Pool Redruth Regeneration Strategy, Project Director and Manager, Cornwall Council
Role involved leading and managing the air quality assessment as part of the EIA for a new road and viaduct in the CPR region examining the potential for likely significant environmental impacts on air quality arising from dust generation during construction and emissions from road traffic during both the construction and operation phases of the project.
A5 Western Transport Corridor Phase 4 Options Appraisal and Phase 6 Preferred Route, Project Director and Manager, Road Service 2010
EIA for Air Quality for the proposed 90km Western Transport Corridor in Northern Ireland. Ana was responsible for the delivery of air quality assessment results to the final EIA considering the preferred option. Interpretation of a 12-18 month NO2 monitoring survey results at across approximately 70 locations; and the delivery of ADMS-Roads dispersion modelling considering the potential impacts of the final route option at over 10,000 receptor locations. Ana did project manage delivery of the air quality assessment report including stakeholder consultations with three statutory authorities.
Air Quality Assessment of Lincon East Bypass, Project Director and Manager, Lincon District Council
This Project entailed a detailed assessment to support the Council with the planning application for the DfT funded single carriageway design. Ana lead the delivery of works and was responsible for peer review of Jacobs partnership EIA report for previous dual carriage way design.
Government - Local Authorities
Derry City Council Detailed Assessment (for the purposes of LAQM) and input to Local Action, Project Director and Manager, Derry City Council, NI
This project entailed a detailed assessment to support the Council to meet their LAQM requirements and reporting to Defra in terms of compliance with the EU Air Quality Limit Values and UK regulations. Ana was responsible for advising the client where to undertake traffic surveys to support the inputs of the air quality model and full delivery of the project which evaluated whether there was a need to declare an Air Quality Management Area.
Saffron Walden – Source Apportionment, Project Director and Manager, Essex County Council
A Local Authority study to determine main pollution sources contributing to the current ambient exceedences of NO2 in their AQMAs (Air Quality Management Areas). It entailed developing a suitable baseline model using ADMS-Roads using local air quality monitoring data and survey traffic data results and subsequent source apportionment work. Ana lead the model evaluation stage, engaging with relevant stakeholders for selection of relevant scenarios and production of final results. Results were presented in PowerPoint to support the presentation of results by the Council in Air Community Forums (e.g. IAPSC - Investigation of Air Pollution Standing Conference).
Energy and Natural Resources
Air Quality Assessment of EfW Site Development, Project Director and Manager, South London Waste Plan, Viridor
Ana was responsible for design and consultation of the 7-month monitoring survey to establish baseline air quality conditions at the vicinity of the proposed development. Diffusion tubes were used to assess the concentrations of volatile and semi-volatile organic pollutants such as Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and 1,3-Butadiene, and inorganic pollutants such as Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Fluoride (F), Hydrogen Sulphide (HS2) and Sulphur Dioxide (SO2). Dust monitoring implemented at two locations, including a landfill site operated by the client, using dust scans and frisbee gauges. She was also responsible for delivery of the Scoping report to the client and the set up and management of delivery of advanced dispersion modelling of predicted impacts in the opening year for a range of air quality pollutants in preparation to the planning application.
Air Quality Assessment of Minerals Site Options in Wiltshire, Project Director and Manager, Wiltshire County Council
Ana‘s role included early engagement with the client to identify a suitable methodology to assess the likely impacts of the site given a very tight timeframe. She was responsible for the methodology design, and led the technical delivery of an air quality assessment for the local authority to identify potential impacts associated with the operation of eight proposed mineral extraction sites. Relevant receptors were identified around the sites and assessed in accordance with Defra’s Local Air Quality Management Technical Guidance (TG09).
Awarded two Teaching Development Grants (2001/2002 and 2003/2004), Imperial College, UK;
European Union Fellowship, for funded postdoctoral research (FCT), 2001-2004;
Awarded the 1999 International Society of Exposure Analysis Prize (Athens, September 1999). Best contribution to methodology development in the environmental risk analysis and exposure assessment field – Development of the Network Exposure Assessment Model (NEAM) (as part of the Northampton Air Pollution Study - NAPS project);
Awarded the Science Program (1990-1995) and the PRAXIS XXI (1995-1996) European Grants;
Awarded a the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Grant for research in Earth Observation Sciences, Complex Systems Earth Research Centre, New Hampshire University, USA, (1994).
GROSSINHO, A, et al. Technical Specifications of the CAFE/EUROPEAN Data Model for Air Quality Data (D.220.127.116.11), June 2010.
GROSSINHO, A. Developing and prototyping INSPIRE technical specifications for air, water, waste and biodiversity environmental monitoring facilities. Proceedings INSPIRE 2010, Krakow, Poland, June 2010.
GROSSINHO, A. Development and demonstration of technical IT solutions linking INSPIRE services to the reporting and data exchange requirements of the CAFE Directive. Proceedings INSPIRE 2009, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 2009.
GROSSINHO, A. Tools for exposure reduction – overview. Proceedings EP UK SPRING WORKSHOP 2008.
GROSSINHO, A. Developing and prototyping INSPIRE technical specifications for air, water, waste and biodiversity environmental monitoring facilities. Proceedings INSPIRE 2008, Maribor, Slovenia, June 2008.
GROSSINHO, A. et al., Harmonization of air quality assessment approaches at National and European levels – the Italian and UK case studies, Proceedings of HARMO11, Cambridge, UK, July 2007.
GROSSINHO, A. et al, New web-site tools for mapping of air quality on different scales in Europe – illustrative examples of near real time applications. Proceedings of the 12th EIONET Workshop, Limassol, Cyprus, October 2007.
GROSSINHO et al, 2006: Data Exchange Working Group Technical Report: Supporting the Implementing Provisions for Reporting under the New Air Quality Directive Preparatory Material – Assessment Reporting Procedures, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium, BV/AQ/2492/10GG/AG].
Sheung, N.; Dimitrolopoulou, S.; GROSSINHO, A.; Chi Chen, L.; Kendall, M.; (2005), PM2.5 exposure assessment of the population in Lower Manhattan area of New York City after the World Trade Center disaster . Journal of Atmospheric Environment. Volume 39, Issue 11, 1979-1992.
Gomez, G.; GROSSINHO, A.; Nieuwenhuijsen, M.; Colvile, R. Exposure Assessment of CO levels for public transport users and residents in Mexico City using GIS. Atmospheric Environment, September 2005
T. Oxley, H. ApSimon & A. GROSSINHO, Issues of Scale in Nested Integrated Assessment Models, Proceedings, IEMSS, 2004.
GROSSINHO, A., et al, Improving exposure estimates related to incinerator emissions in Portugal using ADMS 3 and GIS for health risk assessment. Proceedings of the International Society on Exposure Assessment, Stresa, Piemonte, Italy, September 2003.
Gomez, G.; GROSSINHO, A.; Nieuwenhuijsen, M.; Colvile, R. Exposure Assessment of CO levels for public transport users and residents in Mexico City using GIS. Proceedings of the International Society on Exposure Assessment, Stresa, Piemonte, Italy, September 2003.
GROSSINHO, A., et al, Using geographic Information Systems to assess exposure to incinerator emissions, a pilot study in Portugal. Proceedings of the International Society on Exposure Assessment, Vancouver, Canada, August 2002.
Sheung, Ng, Dimitrolopoulou, S.; GROSSINHO, A.; Chi Chen, L.; Kendall, M.; Exposure Assessment of the population of New York City to Fine Particulate Matter after the Twin Towers disaster. Proceedings of the International Society on Exposure Assessment, Vancouver, Canada, August 2002.
Aylin, P., Morris, S., Wakefield, J., GROSSINHO, A., Jarup, L., Elliott, P. (2001), Temperature, housing, deprivation and their relationship to excess winter mortality in Great Britain, 1986-1996. International Journal of Epidemiology, 30, 1100-1108.
Ashmore, M.R., Batty, K., Machin, F, Gulliver, J., GROSSINHO, A., Elliott, P., Tate, J., Bell, M., Livesley, E and Briggs, D., (2000), Effects of traffic management and transport mode on the exposure of schoolchildren to carbon monoxide. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 65, 49-57.
Bottle, A., Aylin, P., GROSSINHO, A., Elliott, P., Hospital Admission for respiratory illness in children under five in a highly industrialised area in the north east of England, International Symposium on Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Buffalo, August, 2000.
Lars, J., Arnold, R., GROSSINHO, A., Kold-J., Morris, S., Reed, S., Wakefield, J., Elliott, P., Health effects in populations living close to landfill sites, International Symposium on Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Buffalo, August, 2000.
GROSSINHO, A., et al, The use of atmospheric dispersion modelling and geographic Information Systems to assess population exposure around point sources of pollution in Teeside, International Society on Exposure Assessment, California, October 2000.
GROSSINHO, A. “Exposure Assessment Methods within a Geographic Information Systems Environment – living close to Landfills”, 2000, Epidemiology and Public Health, Imperial College, UK, 67 pp.
GROSSINHO, A., Bottle, A., Aylin, P., Colvile, R., Jarup, L., Elliott, P., Atmospheric dispersion modelling to assess population exposure around point sources of pollution in the Teeside area (UK), International Symposium on Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Buffalo, August, 2000.
Ashmore, M.R., Batty, K., Machin, F, Gulliver, J., GROSSINHO, A., Elliott, P., Tate, J., Bell, M., Livesley, E and Briggs, D., Effects of traffic management and transport mode on the exposure of schoolchildren to carbon monoxide, 1999, (Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Urban Air Quality, Madrid 3-5 March, 1999).
Aylin, P., Morris, S., Wakefield, J., GROSSINHO, A., Jarup. L, Elliott, P., Deprivation, Housing, Temperature and Excess Winter Deaths, Epidemiology, vol 10, n.4 (459) ISEE/ISEA 1999 Conference, Greece, September 1999.
GROSSINHO, A., Gulliver, J., Briggs, D., Northampton Air Pollution Study: A School Children CO Exposure Assessment using a Network Model, in “GISRUK’99”, P. ed (University of Southampton) 1999, 68-70. (Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 7th Annual Conference, 1999).
GROSSINHO, A. “Exposure Assessment of Northampton School Children to Traffic Related Pollution using a Network Model” ,1999, Epidemiology and Public Health, Imperial College, UK, 34 pp.
GROSSINHO, A.; J. Gulliver, D. Briggs, F. Machin, J. Tate, M. Ashmore, B. Catena, P. Elliott. Air pollution exposure assessment of Northampton school children using a network model”, Epidemiology, vol 10, n.4, (282) ISEE/ISEA 1999 Conference, Greece, September 1999.
GROSSINHO, A.; J. Gulliver, D. Briggs, F. Machin, J. Tate, M. Ashmore, B. Catena, P. Elliott. Air pollution exposure assessment of Northampton school children to traffic emissions using a network model”, Epidemiology, vol 10, n.4, (282) ISEE/ISEA 1999 Conference, Greece, September 1999.
Jarup. L, Arnold, R., GROSSINHO, A., Wakefield, J, Elliott, P. Health Effects in Populations Living close to Landfill Sites” Epidemiology, vol 10, n.4 (40) ISEE/ISEA 1999 Conference, Greece, September 1999.
Lowles, I., ApSimon, H., Juda-Rezler, K., Abert, K., Brechler, J., Holpuch, J., and GROSSINHO, A., (1998), Integrated assessment models - tools for developing emission abatement strategies for the Black Triangle region. Journal of Hazardous Materials 61, 229-237.
Maheswaran, R., Morris, S.E., Falconer, S., GROSSINHO, A., Wakefield, J.C. and Elliott, P. (1999). Magnesium in drinking water supplies and mortality from acute myocardial infarction in North West England. Heart, 82, 455-460.
Aylin P, Arnold R, Wakefield J, GROSSINHO A, Elliott P, Colvile R, Bottle A. (1998); Hospital admissions for respiratory and cardiovascular disease near cokeworks. Epidemiology ; 9 (4)(suppl.):S33.
GROSSINHO, A. “Air Pollution Annual Report in the Tagus Region”, Comissao de Coordenacao da Regiao de Lisboa e Vale do Tejo,1990, Portuguese Government Ed., Lisbon, Portugal, 100 pp.
GROSSINHO, A. L.; Tavares, I. M; Távora, J. M. 1990. The Barreiro/Seixal Air Quality - The actual situation. (Proceedings of the II National Meeting on Environmental Quality, Lisbon, Portugal, March 4-6).
GROSSINHO, A., N. Cotton, Professor Kelly, Is clean air in our cities in reach? exploring sustainable solutions, CIHT, London, 2014.
GROSSINHO, A., Air Quality and Sustainability Best Practise and Evaluation Methods, Sustainability Live 2011, NEC Birmingham, 2011.
GROSSINHO, A., Harmonisation of air quality assessment approaches at local, national and European levels: context and requirements, DMUG, Royal Geographical Society, London, UK, September 2007.