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UKCEH's long-standing expertise in air pollution reflected in new special issue
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UKCEH's long-standing expertise in air pollution reflected in new special issue

The Royal Society has published a themed issue of its Philosophical Transactions journal addressing “Air Quality, past, present and future”. This special issue of 16 articles from the world’s first and longest running scientific journal brings together the work of world leaders in air quality research. Two of the four editors of the issue come from the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH), while three articles are led by UKCEH authors, David Fowler, Mark Sutton and Eiko Nemitz. Several more UKCEH scientists are included as co-authors. All three UKCEH-led articles are available as Open Access.

Image: A micrometeorological tower in Old Delhi during the ‘DelhiFlux’ field campaign. Photo by Ben Langford.

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