New Themed Collection: “Indoor Air Quality” from ES: Atmospheres and ES: Processes & Impacts

Could our collection be the ideal platform for your next atmospheric and environmental science publication on indoor air quality?

We invite you to contribute to our growing collection highlighting the key role that the chemical sciences play in the study of indoor air quality, its interactions with outdoor air, health implications and exposure. For this collection, we invite submissions which focus on all aspects relating to indoor air quality, including theoretical and experimental methods, as well as modelling and consideration of policy and health impacts of indoor air quality. For more information on this cross-journal collection, which closes for submissions on 31st October, see open call for papers.

When you publish with Environmental Science: Atmospheres and Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts you can:

  • Put your trust in both our rigorous peer review process and fast times to publication – which are less than 9 weeks after submission across all our journals.
  • Expect your work to be promoted through our journal social media (@EnvSciRSC)
  • Be confident of a global audience for your work. As a leading voice in the chemical sciences, there are opportunities for work published in this collection to inform our policy positions on indoor air quality. This means that dissemination of this work will likely go beyond chemists and reach a broader audience.


Which journal should I choose?

Environmental Science: Atmospheres publishes high quality research in fundamental and applied atmospheric chemistry. The journal scope spans the entirety of Earth’s atmosphere, and studies addressing the interactions of indoor air pollutants with outdoor air, or considering human health effects, are encouraged. We offer authors the option to publish the peer review history alongside their article.

Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts publishes high quality articles in all areas of the environmental chemical sciences. The journal strongly prefers significant contributions whose results can be generalised to other systems, particularly those which characterise chemical processes or address contaminant environmental impacts. All authors have the option of double-anonymised peer review.

Article publication online and in issues will occur without delay to ensure the timely dissemination of the work. The articles will then be assembled on the RSC Publishing platform and promoted as a web-based thematic collection, to permit readers to consult and download individual contributions from the entire series.

If you’re interested, we invite you to submit your research today, quoting ‘XXIndAir22’ when submitting your manuscript.