Atmospheric Environment: Scope
The subject matter of papers published in Atmospheric Environment covers all aspects of the ecosystems with their atmospheric environment. This includes scientific, administrative, economic and political aspects of these interactions. A main aim of Atmospheric Environment is to provide a scientific understanding of the consequences of natural and human-induced perturbations on the earth's atmosphere. Areas covered include, but are not limited to, air pollution research and its applications, air quality and its effects, dispersion and transport, deposition, biospheric-atmospheric exchange, global atmospheric chemistry, radiation and climate. Novel results based on experiments, theory and modeling of the atmosphere, extending from local to global scales, are included. Atmospheric Environment publishes research and review papers, special issues and other invited and contributed columns.
Standard Research Papers
Original and informative research is published in Atmospheric Environment. The manuscripts must not have been submitted or published elsewhere.
Short Communications and Technical Notes
Papers that cover topics that are brief and more limited in content, sometimes reporting unusual observations.
Authoritative reviews in the general fields of air pollution and atmospheric sciences.
A monthly column reporting on controversial, speculative, and emerging issues in all aspects of atmospheric sciences.