Special Issue "Air Pollution in the Asia-Pacific Region"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (29 February 2016)
With rapid industrialization and urbanization in developing countries over the past several decades, the problem of air pollution has become aggravated, especially in the Asia-Pacific region. The degradation of air quality has had adverse effects on human health and the ecosystem. Moreover, air pollution causes climate change, which in turn influences air quality. Under these circumstances, this Special Issue aims to offer an opportunity to present scientific approaches, related to the Asia-Pacific region, for solving regional and global atmospheric issues, such as road-side and urban air pollution, wet and dry deposition, the long-range transport of photochemical ozone and PM2.5, and climate change.
Dr. Shinji Wakamatsu
Dr. Toshimasa Ohara
Dr. Hiroaki Kondo
Dr. Shiro Hatakeyama
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- Asia-Pacific region
- photochemical ozone
- urban meteorology
- sea and land breezes
- urban heat island
- emissions inventory
- human exposure
- roadside air pollutionurban air pollution
- regional air pollution
- transboundary air pollution
- long-range transport
- wet and dry deposition
- numerical modelling
- receptor modelling
- climate change
- co-beneficial countermeasure scenarios