Special Issue Call for Papers

“COVID-19 Aerosol Drivers, Impacts and Mitigation”

The Aerosol and Air Quality Research is issuing a special call for papers with the theme “COVID-19 Aerosol Drivers, Impacts and Mitigation”. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, scientists are working together and around the clock to answer critical and/or unexplored questions associated with this horrific situation. What and how aerosol  processes are related to the generation, transmission, and eventually infection? What are the resulting consequences on human and the environment? How do we mitigate such impact? We thereby cordially invite you to forge ahead with these and other COVID-19 related research topics. We together can make a difference! 
All high quality letters, technical notes, short communications, and research papers relevant to this theme are welcome. Manuscripts will undergo a rigorous but accelerated review.

The publication fee will be waived for accepted papers that are submitted by July 31, 2020. The submission deadline is December 31, 2020. All accepted manuscripts will be published immediately and collected in a virtual issue.
COVID-19 Special Issue of Aerosol and Air Quality Research Open Access Journal

Special Issue on “COVID-19 Aerosol Drivers, Impacts and Mitigation” (I)

Special Issue on “COVID-19 Aerosol Drivers, Impacts and Mitigation” (II)

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Aerosol and Air Quality Research (AAQR) is dedicated to serve the worldwide scientific community through publication of high-quality and high-impact scholarly, multi- and inter-disciplinary research that broadly resides in the fields of aerosol and air quality. AAQR is committed to provide a platform that disseminates scholarly work, findings and knowledge promptly, openly and freely to all, and thus promote academic and public discussion and communication. By this, AAQR strives to be one of the leading aerosol and air quality journals in Asia and the world.

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Dan Jaffe is a Professor of Environmental Chemistry at the University of Washington. He is an expert on atmospheric chemistry, ozone photochemistry, urban and regional smog, and long-range transport of pollutants. 

Prof Lin is the group leader. Cloud and Aerosol Lab. is established since 1993. Our group mainly study the physical and chemical characteristics of the transmission process of air pollutants in Asia and its impact on the regional and Taiwanese environment.

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