Special Issue "Remote Sensing and Modeling of Greenhouse and Chemically Active Gases in the Atmosphere"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 29 February 2024 | Viewed by 2930
Interests: data assimilation; ozone; nitrous oxide; nitrogen
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Many chemically active gases play a significant role in affecting, either directly or indirectly, the climate. Due to the uncontrolled emissions of greenhouse and chemically active gases such as carbon dioxide, methane, nitrogen oxides, sulfur, and others, temperatures are warming on a global scale at unprecedented speed. Climate change has a significant direct and indirect impact on the ecological situation, the biosphere, and the physical/chemical processes responsible for air quality; this has become a real problem in several countries. That is why a deep understanding of the relationship between processes that determine the variability of greenhouse and chemically active gases is urgent. In this Special Issue, we intend to highlight the following issues relating to the study of processes that determine the variability of climatically and chemically active gases:
- The analysis of spatial and temporal variations, long-term trends, and anomalies in concentrations of greenhouse and chemically active gases based on the results of satellite and ground-based measurements.
- The validation and comparison of different greenhouse and chemically active gas measurements.
- The global and regional numerical modeling of processes that determine the variability of greenhouse and chemically active gases.
- The analysis of chemically active gases and their impact on the global climate.
- Forecasts of climate impact on the ecology of megacities and industrial regions.
- Studies on air quality changes under the conditions of climate change and the manmade impact on the environment.
All other relevant contributions are very welcome.
Prof. Dr. Sergei P. Smyshlyaev
Prof. Dr. Yu M. Timofeev
Manuscript Submission Information
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- greenhouse and chemically active gases
- spatial and temporal analysis
- validation and comparison of measurements
- global and regional numerical modeling
- global climate
- climate impact
- ecology of megacities and industrial regions
- air quality