Special Issue "Emissions, Transport and Fate of Pollutants in the Atmosphere"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 May 2020) | Viewed by 37790
Interests: atmospheric transport; multiscale atmospheric modeling; turbulence and turbulent flows; planetary boundary layer meteorology; air quality modeling; air pollution; chemical transport models; aerosols emissions and transport; air-surface exchange; atmospheric dust
Air pollutants (including chemicals, pathogens, allergens, and toxics) go through many dynamical, physical, and chemical processes from emissions to deposition. Aerosols and gasses are released from various sources to the atmosphere, where they interact with the planetary boundary layer, radiation, and clouds. The transport and dispersion of pollutants may occur at various spatial and temporal scales before they are deposited back on land or water. There are still many scientific questions concerning multiscale and multiphysics phenomena that govern the emissions, transport, and fate of pollutants in the atmosphere.
This Special Issue is devoted to research that aims to improve our understanding of physical mechanisms controlling emissions, transport, and deposition of airborne pollutants, chemicals, pathogens, allergens, or toxics. We are especially interested in original research articles addressing the multiscale and multiphysics nature of these mechanisms. All theoretical, modeling, and observational studies are welcome. Some topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Air-surface exchange of pollutants
- Emissions due to atmosphere and land/water interactions
- Pollutants pathways in the atmosphere
- Long-range transport
- Wet/dry deposition processes
Dr. Hosein Foroutan
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Air-land and air-sea interactions
- Pollutant and pathogen emissions
- Turbulence and dispersion
- Long-range transport
- Multiscale air quality
- Wet/dry deposition