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Aims and Scope

Journal of Atmospheric Science Research studies and explores new patterns of physical, chemical, biological and human processes in the Earth's atmosphere and in the interaction between the atmosphere and its surroundings. The Journal focuses on innovations of research methods at all stages and is committed to providing theoretical and practical experience for all those who are involved in these fields.

Journal of Atmospheric Science Research aims to discover innovative methods, theories and studies in all aspects of Atmospheric Science by publishing original articles, case studies and comprehensive reviews.

The scope of the papers in this journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Remote Sensing
  • Climate Dynamics
  • Air Chemistry
  • Hydrological Cycle
  • Satellite Meteorology
  • Ocean Dynamics
  • Climate Change
  • Weather Extremes
  • Air Pollution
  • Weather and Climate Prediction
  • Climate Variability
  • Atmospheric chemistry
  • Atmospheric physics
  • Aerobiology

Submission Preparation Checklist

By submitting a manuscript to the journal, the Author(s) verifies that the following items have been met:
  1. The submission has not been previously published under another journal, or is currently under consideration for another journal.
  2. The submission format should be in Microsoft Word. Other word processing software may be considered.
  3. DOIs or URLs have been provided wherever possible in the Reference List.
  4. The document(s) have been formatted according to the requirements under Author Guidelines. The placement of illustrations, figures, graphs, tables, and equations have been integrated into the main manuscript.
  5. Instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed in order to comply with the double-blind peer review process employed.

Volume 5, Issue 4 (2022)

Table of Contents

Articles

Jully Odhiambo Ouma, Dereje Wakjira, Ahmed Amdihun, Eva Nyaga, Franklin Opijah, John Muthama, Viola Otieno, Eugene Kayijamahe, Solomon Munywa, Guleid Artan

Article ID: 4809
Views - 286  (Abstract) PDF - 32  (Download)
Abstract: Rangelands dominate arid and semi-arid lands of the Greater Horn of Africa (GHA) region, whereby pastoralism being the primary source of livelihood. The pastoral livelihood is affected by the seasonal variability of pasture and water resources. This research sought to design a grid-based forage monitoring and pred...
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Aditi Singh, R. S. Maheskumar, Gopal R. Iyengar

Article ID: 5068
Views - 112  (Abstract) PDF - 18  (Download)
Abstract: An attempt has been made in the present study to forecast fog with a diagnostic method using the outputs of global NWP model. The diagnostic method is based on the combination of thresholds of meteorological variables involved in fog formation. The thresholds are computed using the observations during fog. These t...
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Francis Olawale Abulude, Abigail Oluwakemi Feyisetan, Kikelomo Mabinuola Arifalo, Akinyinka Akinnusotu, Lateef Johnson Bello

Article ID: 5104
Views - 103  (Abstract) PDF - 13  (Download)
Abstract: Indoor air pollution in buildings puts people at risk of developing respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. Particulate matter (PM) exposure is known to cause these health issues. Preliminary efforts were made in this study to assess the quantity and quality of PM1.0, PM2.5, and PM10 present in an abattoir and a ...
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Konstantinos Kourtidis, Ageliki Andrikopoulou

Article ID: 5121
Views - 71  (Abstract) PDF - 12  (Download)
Abstract: Here the authors examine whether bell sounds can have an impact on ambient aerosol levels and size distribution under atmospheric conditions. The authors present calculation results for acoustic coagulation by church bell sounds for a range of ambient aerosol types. The results show that for orthokinetic sonic agg...
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Vlado Spiridonov, Mladjen Curic, Marija Grcic, Boro Jakimovski

Article ID: 5081
Views - 288  (Abstract) PDF - 8  (Download)
Abstract: An attempt has been made in the present research to simulate a deadly flash-flood event over the City of Skopje, Macedonia on 6 August 2016. A cloud model ensemble forecast method is developed to simulate a super-cell  storm's initiation and evolutionary features. Sounding data are genera...
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Collecting papers for next issue (January, 2023)

 
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