Special Issue "Atmospheric Aerosols: Interaction between Vertical Distribution of Air Pollution and Its Transportation within Boundary Layer"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 August 2023) | Viewed by 492
With the improvement in global air pollution, the regional diffusion characteristics of air pollution within the boundary layer have attracted increasingly more attention. The interaction mechanism between the vertical evolution of air pollution within the boundary layer and its regional transport still requires studying, being of great significance for the improvement of the air quality model and air pollution control measures. The aim of this Special Issue is to provide recent advances in the field of the vertical distribution of air pollution and its correlations with regional transport, including the vertical evolution of air pollutants and their regional diffusion characteristics based on the combination of observation and modelling studies, and the vertical distribution of particulate matter chemical species and gas species at urban sites and background stations that, based on various observation methods, e.g., aerial survey, radar, satellite, meteorological tower, tethered airship, sounding balloon, and cable car, etc. The topic is also highly relevant to innovative observation methods and model research methods for the vertical evolution of air pollutants and their regional diffusion characteristics.
Dr. Qingqing Wang
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- aerosols chemical composition
- vertical distribution
- secondary aerosol species
- innovative methods