Special Issue "Atmospheric Aerosols: Characterization and Health Impact"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 August 2023) | Viewed by 134
Interests: aerosols; atmosphere chemistry; precipitation; health impact; outdoor air quality
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Atmospheric aerosols are subject to various processes that affect their concentration, distribution, chemical and physical properties and, as a consequence, their impact on climate, ecosystems and human health. Source emissions and transport phenomena involve physical and chemical processes that directly affect the life cycle of aerosols in the atmosphere. Consequently, the characterization of the atmospheric aerosol provides relevant information on the potential negative impact that it could cause to human beings. This Special Issue aims to present the most recent and outstanding results on the characterization, source emissions, transport and, consequently, the spatial distribution that atmospheric aerosols undergo during their life cycle, as well as their impact on the environment and human health.
Topics of interest for this issue include, but are not limited to:
- The study of aerosol formation, transport and deposition processes.
- The physical and chemical characterization of aerosols and their relationship with transformation processes.
- The impact of atmospheric aerosols on health, climate and ecosystems.
- The study of aerosol transformation processes, both indoor and outdoor.
- Any other topic that is considered relevant and is framed within the objectives of this Special Issue.
Original research results related to the characterization and health impact of aerosols are welcome contributions.
Dr. Fernanda Oduber
Manuscript Submission Information
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- particle transport
- air quality
- atmospheric environment