Advances in Environmental Remote Sensing
As a common challenge for humankind in the 21st century, atmospheric environmental issues have received significant attention worldwide, and extensive practices of comprehensive atmospheric environment management have been carried out in countries around the world. At present, atmospheric environmental governance is entering a new stage of pollution reduction and carbon reduction. Remote sensing technology has the unique advantages of large temporal and spatial scope and low cost and has become an important means to quantitatively monitor atmospheric composition, reveal pollution mechanisms, and account for carbon emissions. This Special Issue will be focused on air quality monitoring, emission control, climate effects of atmospheric compositions, atmospheric radiative transfer and atmospheric chemical assimilation, aerosol–cloud interaction, etc. Authors are encouraged to submit contributions that describe original studies on the advances in atmospheric environment remote sensing. Topics will include (but are not limited to):
- Satellite retrievals of aerosols, cloud, gaseous pollutants, and greenhouse gases;
- Atmospheric radiative transfer model and its application;
- Lidar atmospheric remote sensing technology and application;
- Data assimilation with atmospheric remote sensing data;
- Understanding of aerosol optical properties and air pollution from comprehensive observations.
Studies discussing upcoming environmental missions are also welcome.
Prof. Dr. Zhengqiang Li
Prof. Dr. Zhongwei Huang
Dr. Chi Li
Prof. Dr. Kai Qin
Dr. Han Wang
Prof. Dr. Tianhe Wang
Dr. Jie Luo
|Journal Name||Impact Factor||CiteScore||Launched Year||First Decision (median)||APC|
|3.110||3.7||2010||14.7 Days||2000 CHF||Submit|
|-||5.2||2014||19.6 Days||1500 CHF||Submit|
|-||4.8||2011||22.5 Days||1500 CHF||Submit|
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Healthijerph
|4.614||4.5||2004||20.1 Days||2500 CHF||Submit|
|5.349||7.4||2009||19.7 Days||2500 CHF||Submit|
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