Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts seeks your highest impact research for our upcoming Themed Issue dedicated to Chemistry of Atmospheric Pollutants.
Guest Edited by ESPI Editorial Board member Amila De Silva (Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada), Max McGillen (French National Centre for Scientific Research, France), Jason Surratt (University of North Carolina, USA) and Cora Young (York University, Canada).
The goal of the issue is to present advances in molecular-level study of atmospheric chemical processes that form our critical understanding of pollutant emissions, transport, transformation, and deposition. Such research is particularly apt given the accelerated perturbations such as climate change, changing emissions (including emerging contaminants), land development and regulations.
Submissions are open from now until 31st April 2022
We welcome urgent Communications, Full papers and Reviews. Articles can be submitted using our online submission system: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/em. Upon submission, please add ‘Invited for the Chemistry of Atmospheric Pollutants Themed Issue’ in step 4 of the submission process. All manuscripts will undergo initial assessment and peer review as per the usual standards of the journal.