Collecting papers for next issue (January, 2023)

Journal of Atmospheric Science Research is currently collecting papers for our next issue. If you have suitable manuscripts, please consider us, we will provide you with the best quality publishing services.  
Posted: October 21,2022

Congratulations to Professor Qiang Zhang on his appointment as Co-Editor-In-Chief of Journal of Atmospheric Science Research


Professor Qiang Zhang is a physical geographer. His research is related to hydrological cycle and related effects in terms of resources, disasters and ecology. The major methods include statistical techniques and statistical models, hydrological models, machine learning and geo-intelligence. In recent years, he focused on urbanization-related climate changes such as urban heat island and urban rainfall island. Besides, he is also interested in soil moisture changes and relevant ecological effects, disaster effects and resource effects. He has more than 200 peer-reviewed papers published in international journals with total 5000 citations and H index of 54. Besides, he edited 6 books.

Posted: November 10,2021

JASR Volume 4, Issue 4 is now live!


We are pleased to announce that Volume 4, Issue 4 of Journal of Atmospheric Science Research has been published, and is currently available for download.

The process of collating and peer review for the next issue(January 2022) release has already begun.

If you have any manuscripts on hand that you are looking to have published with us, we would be glad to include it in the next issue. Moreover, if you know of any colleagues, or students under your direction who are looking to publish manuscripts, we would be glad to receive their manuscripts under your recommendation as well.

Posted: November 03,2021

Congratulations to Professor Jianhui Bai on his appointment as Co-Editor-In-Chief of Journal of Atmospheric Science Research


Prof.Jianhui Bai obtained his PhD at the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Acadeny of Scences (IAP, CAS). He is a professor and work at the Laboratory for Middle Atmosphere and Global Environment Observation (LAGEO), IAP, CAS. His research areas are related to solar radiation (UV, Visible, global, etc.), trace gases (SO2, NOx, O3, VOCs, etc.), aerosols, O3 photochemistry, BVOC emissions. He specializes in ground observations of solar radiation, trace gases, BVOC emissions (biogenic volatile organic compounds), and is interested in the study on the interactions between solar radiation and atmospheric constituents. He has long term collaborations with the scientists in the institutes and universities (KNMI, FMI, NCAR, MIT, IASB-BIRA, etc.), and organized international campaigns at some sites in China. He is the principal investigator of ESA and MOST Dragon 4, Dragon 5 and EU MarcoPolo projects. He has been fulfilled some projects support by National Sciences Foundation of China, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Meteorological Administration. He is a member of atmospheric constituents committee, Chinese meteorological society. More than 100 Chinese and English peer-reviewed papers have been published.

Posted: September 27,2021

Welcome to join Journal of Atmospheric Science Research as authors or reviewers!


The process of collating and peer review for the next issue (Volume 4, Issue 4) of Journal of Atmospheric Science Research release has already begun.

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Posted: September 24,2021

Aerosols from coniferous forests no longer cool the climate as much

Emissions of greenhouse gases have a warming effect on the climate, whereas small airborne particles in the atmosphere, aerosols, act as a cooling mechanism. That is the received wisdom in any case. However, new research can now show that the tiniest aerosols are increasing at the expense of the normal sized and slightly larger aerosols -- and it is only the latter that have a cooling effect.(Lund University)  
Posted: September 29,2019

Europe warming faster than expected due to climate change

Climate change is increasing the number of days of extreme heat and decreasing the number of days of extreme cold in Europe, posing a risk for residents in the coming decades, according to a new study of American Geophysical Union.  
Posted: September 04,2019

Air pollution linked to risk of premature death


Exposure to toxic air pollutants is linked to increased cardiovascular and respiratory death rates, according to a new international study by researchers from Monash University (Australia) and abroad.

The study, led by Dr Haidong Kan from Fudan University in China, analysed data on air pollution and mortality in 652 cities across 24 countries and regions, and found increases in total deaths are linked to exposure to inhalable particles (PM10) and fine particles (PM2.5) emitted from fires or formed through atmospheric chemical transformation.


Posted: August 28,2019

Microplastic drifting down with the snow

Over the past several years, microplastic particles have repeatedly been detected in seawater, drinking water, and even in animals. But these minute particles are also transported by the atmosphere and subsequently washed out of the air, especially by snow—and even in such remote regions as the Arctic and the Alps.  
Posted: August 16,2019 More...

JASR Volume 2, Issue 2 (2019) is now live!

We are pleased to announce that Volume 2, Issue 2 (2019) of Journal of Atmospheric Science Research has been published, and is currently available for download.  
Posted: August 07,2019

Happy New Year

Posted: January 03,2019

Happy Holidays!


Merry Christmas from Bilingual Publishing CO!

May the joy of the season fill your heart with goodwill and cheer.

During this period of celebration, we hope you'll be able to enjoy this treasured time with those dear to your heart.

Posted: December 20,2018

Celebrate the birth of the new Journal of Atmospheric Science Research


Article Processing Charge (APC) of Journal of Atmospheric Science Research Has Been Waived For its First 2 Issues

Posted: November 15,2018 More...