Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry
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Aims and Scope
The journal concentrates on the following topics:
- Observational, interpretative and modelling studies of the composition of air and precipitation and the physiochemical processes in the Earth`s atmosphere, excluding air pollution problems of local importance only.
- The role of the atmosphere in biogeochemical cycles; the chemical interaction of the oceans, land surface and biosphere with the atmosphere.
- Laboratory studies of the mechanics in homogeneous and heterogeneous transformation processes in the atmosphere.
- Descriptions of major advances in instrumentation developed for the measurement of atmospheric composition and chemical properties.
Institute of Chemistry and Dynamics of the Geosphere (ICG), Research Centre Jülich, Germany
Frontier Research System for Global Change, Yokohama, Japan
Roderic L. Jones
Centre for Atmospheric Science, University of Cambridge, UK
Elliot L. Atlas
Rosensteil School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, Miami, FL, USA
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