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Atmospheric Pollution Research is an international journal designed for the publication of articles on air pollution and atmospheric processes. Papers should present novel measurement and modeling results, theory and modeling of air pollution on local, regional, or global scales. Topics covered are research on inorganic, organic, and persistent organic air pollutants, air quality monitoring, air quality management, atmospheric dispersion and transport, air-surface (soil, water, and vegetation) exchange of pollutants, dry and wet deposition, indoor air quality, exposure assessment, health effects, satellite measurements, natural emissions, atmospheric chemistry, greenhouse gases, and effects on climate change.

Impact Factor : 1.227  (©Thomson Reuters - Journal Citation Reports 2014)

5-Year Impact Factor: 1.259  (©Thomson Reuters - Journal Citation Reports 2014)


Current Issue

Volume 6, Issue 3 (May 2015), Pages 376-549

1. Biomass burning emissions contaminate winter snowfalls in urban Beijing: A case study in 2012
Chao You, Shaopeng Gao, Chao Xu
Pages 376-381, Short Communication, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.041
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2. Micro–scale simulation of atmospheric emissions from power–plant stacks in the Po Valley
Grazia Ghermandi, Sara Fabbi, Marco Zaccanti, Alessandro Bigi, Sergio Teggi
Pages 382-388, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.042
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3. Development of PLS–path model for understanding the role of precursors on ground level ozone concentration in Gulfport, Mississippi, USA
Amit Kumar Gorai, Francis Tuluri, Paul B. Tchounwou
Pages 389-397, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.043
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4. Source apportionment of carbonaceous fine particulate matter (PM2.5) in two contrasting cities across the Indo–Gangetic Plain
Ana M. Villalobos, Mansur O. Amonov, Martin M. Shafer, J. Jai Devi, Tarun Gupta, Sachi N. Tripathi, Kushal S. Rana, Michael Mckenzie, Mike H. Bergin, James J. Schauer
Pages 398-405, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.044
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5. Estimation of the isoprene emission from the Inner Mongolia grassland
Jianhui Bai
Pages 406-414, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.045
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6. Inspection of high–concentration CO2 events at the Plateau Rosa Alpine station
Silvia Ferrarese, Francesco Apadula, Fabio Bertiglia, Claudio Cassardo, Andrea Ferrero, Lucio Fialdini, Caterina Francone, Daniela Heltai, Andrea Lanza, Arnaldo Longhetto, Massimiliano Manfrin, Renzo Richiardone, Claudio Vannini
Pages 415-427, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.046
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7. Thermophilic biotrickling filtration of gas–phase trimethylamine
Zaishan Wei, Qianru Huang, Qihong Ye, Zhouyang Chen, Baoren Li, Jianbin Wang
Pages 428-433, Technical Note, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.047
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8. Current air quality plans in Europe designed to support air quality management policies
Ana Miranda, Carlos Silveira, Joana Ferreira, Alexandra Monteiro, Diogo Lopes, Helder Relvas, Carlos Borrego, Peter Roebeling
Pages 434-443, Critical Literature Review, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.048
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9. Biomonitoring of airborne fluoride and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in industrial areas of Cordoba, Argentina, using standardized grass cultures of Lolium multiflorum
Judith Hebelen Rodriguez, Eduardo Daniel Wannaz, Jurgen Franzaring, Andreas Klumpp, Andreas Fangmeier, Maria Luisa Pignata
Pages 444-453, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.049
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10. An investigation of local and regional sources of fine particulate matter in Ostrava, the Czech Republic
Teri Vossler, Libor Cernikovsky, Jiri Novak, Helena Placha, Blanka Krejci, Irina Nikolova, Eva Chalupnickova, Ronald Williams
Pages 454-463, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.050
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11. Brominated dioxin and furan stack gas emissions during different stages of the secondary copper smelting process
Mei Wang, Guorui Liu, Xiaoxu Jiang, Wenbin Liu, Li Li, Sumei Li, Minghui Zheng, Jiayu Zhan
Pages 464-468, Short Communication, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.051
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12. Trace elements pollution and toxicity of airborne PM10 in a coal industrial city
Xiaoyan Song, Longyi Shao, Shushen Yang, Riying Song, Limei Sun, Shihong Cen
Pages 469-475, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.052
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13. Spatial outlier detection in the PM10 monitoring network of Normandy (France)
Michel Bobbia, Michel Misiti, Yves Misiti, Jean‐Michel Poggi, Bruno Portier
Pages 476-483, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.053
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14. Implications of MODIS impression of aerosol loading over urban and rural settlements in Nigeria: Possible links to energy consumption patterns in the country
Nnaemeka Dominic Onyeuwaoma, Okechukwu Kelechi Nwofor, Theo Chidiezie Chineke, Ezekiel Onoshi Eguaroje, Victor Nnamdi Dike
Pages 484-494, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.054
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15. Metal concentrations and soluble iron speciation in fine particulate matter from light rail activity in the Denver–Metropolitan area
Benton T. Cartledge, Brian J. Majestic
Pages 495-502, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.055
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16. Modeling results of atmospheric dispersion of NO2 in an urban area using METI–LIS and comparison with coincident mobile DOAS measurements
Carmelia Mariana Dragomir, Daniel–Eduard Constantin, Mirela Voiculescu, Lucian Puiu Georgescu, Alexis Merlaud, Michel Van Roozendael
Pages 503-510, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.056
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17. Celebration-induced air quality over a tropical urban station, Pune, India
Panuganti C.S. Devara, Katta Vijayakumar, Pramod D. Safai, Made P. Raju, Pasumarti S.P. Rao
Pages 511-520, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.057
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18. Submicron particle concentration and particle size distribution at urban and rural areas in the surroundings of building materials industries in central Spain
Yolanda Diaz–de–Mera, Alfonso Aranda, Alberto Notario, Diana Rodriguez, Ana Maria Rodriguez, Ivan Bravo, Jose Antonio Adame
Pages 521-528, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.058
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19. Analysis of a decade of Asian outflow of PM10 and TSP to Gosan, Korea; also incorporating Radon–222
Jagoda Crawford, Scott Chambers, Chang–Hee Kang, Alan Griffiths, Won–Hyung Kim
Pages 529-539, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.059
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20. Neural network forecast of daily pollution concentration using optimal meteorological data at synoptic and local scales
Ana Russo, Pedro G. Lind, Frank Raischel, Ricardo Trigo, Manuel Mendes
Pages 540-549, doi: 10.5094/APR.2015.060
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