ISSN: 2630-5119(Online)

Journal of Atmospheric Science Research publishes original research papers that offers a rapid review and publication that freely disseminates research findings in areas of Remote Sensing, Weather Extremes, Air Pollution, Satellite Meteorology and more. 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

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Vol 4, No 4 (2021): In Progress

Table of Contents


Givanildo de Gois, José Francisco de Oliveira-Júnior

Views - 38  (Abstract)
Abstract:The goal was to perform the filling, consistency and processing of the rainfall time series data from 1943 to 2013 in five regions of the state. Data were obtained from several sources (ANA, CPRM, INMET, SERLA and LIGHT), totaling 23 stations. The time series (raw data) showed failures that were fil...
Romdhane Ben Slama

Views - 3  (Abstract)
Abstract: This paper contributes to explain the global warming instead of "giving up" and thinking about passively adapting to climate change or global warming. It makes more sense to tackle what creates the greenhouse effect and contributes to global warming. The greenhouse effect is not only due to GHGs ...
Tiga NEYA, Galine YANON, Mouhamadou Bamba SYLLA, Oble NEYA, Julien W. SAWADOGO

Views - 87  (Abstract)
Abstract: Transport sector is cited among the key emitted sector. In Burkina Faso, road transport occupies more than 60% of the emissions of the entire transport sector. However, there is no model equation for greenhouse gases modelling in transport sector. A methodology combining literature review and sur...


Victor Adjei, Elijah Foh Amaning

Views - 36  (Abstract)
Abstract: The changing climate is unequivocal, and it is generally recognised as a threat to the terrestrial environment due to its cross-sectoral and irreversible impacts. Since the inception of industrial revolution (1750), the concentration of greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide, methane an...



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
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