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Air Quality and Aerosols
Submission Deadline: August 30, 2021 (Open) Submit Now
Luca Di Liberto, PhD
CNR-ISAC – Italian National Research Council, Institute of Atmospheric Science and Climate, via Fosso del Cavaliere 100, I-00133 Rome, Italy
Research Interests: Atmosphere; lidar; aerosols; observation; atmospheric physics; atmospheric pollution; air quality
About This Topic
As is now known Atmospheric trace constituents, like aerosol and trace gases, play a key role in a variety of Earth’s processes that impact directly (e.g. environment, health) or indirectly (e.g. climate) in our lives.
Because of the growing concerns over climate change and air pollution, in the last few years aerosol research has become a hot topic. In addition, the effect of the air pollution and aerosol are recognized cause of increased disease incidence in exposed population.
Aim of this Special Issue is to highlight novel research in the field of the air pollution showing new field measurements, data analysis and modeling on atmospheric aerosols.
Authors are encouraged to submit papers on new technologies for aerosol measurements, carried out in different observation platforms (e.g. Observatories, airborne/ground based laboratories), and modeling that improve agreement between model simulations and field observations. Results obtained in long time series or in field campaigns are also welcome, in order to present studies for health and regulatory assessments.
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