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|Editor-In-Chief||Jo-Chun Kim (Konkuk University)|
|Editor||(Kangwon National University)|
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The Journal of Korean Society for Atmospheric Environment is the official Journal of Koran Society for Atmospheric Environment. The abbreviated title is โJ. Korean Soc. Atmos. Environ.โ It was launched in 1985 under the title of โJournal of Korea Air Pollution Research Associationโ. The title was changed to โJournal of Korean Society for Atmospheric Environmentโ in 1999. It is a multidisciplinary forum for the publication of original researches relevant to the nature, distribution, control technology, and ecological effects of all types and forms of chemical and biological constituents as well as physical phenomena in the atmosphere and between the atmosphere and other environmental spheres. It publishes research articles, review articles, technical information, special features, and discussion and reply. Journals are scheduled to be published on the last days of February, April, June, August, October, and December each year. All articles published in this journal are indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index(ESCI) of the web of Science Core Collection and DOI/Crossref.
J. Korean Soc. Atmos. Environ is devoted to the advancement of knowledge in the fields listed below.
- Atmospheric measurements and analysis
- Current status and management
- Dispersion and reaction
- Control technology
- Climate Change and Energy
- Human and ecosystem impact
- Indoor air quality
- Other related fields
Five types of manuscripts are published in this journal:
(1) Research papers, (2) Review papers, (3) Technical information, (4) Special features, and (5) Discussion and Reply.
(1) Research Papers:
Original findings pertaining to the scope of the journal will be published after editorial review. In full-length research articles, authors should present new experimental or theoretical results of significant importance.
(2) Review Papers:
Authoritative review can be published either by the invitation or by direct submission. In both cases, the work will be subject to a peer-review. The review article should include a critical review of important areas in atmospheric science and engineering in order to inform the general reader of the background, state-of-the art, and outstanding research works.
(3) Technical Information:
A report, which includes relevant analytical or treatment information, new experimental elaboration on previous journal articles, etc, with a brief piece of work, although not sufficiently comprehensive for a full article, can be published as technical information.
(4) Special Features:
Special features will be published by invitation only and will be on atmospheric environmental topics judged to be important by editorial board.
(5) Discussions and Reply:
Opinion and comments on the contents of articles published in Journal of Korean Society for Atmospheric Environment within one year period can be published as discussions and reply.
Volume 36(6); December 2020
Bok-Jin Lee, Se-Chang Son, Geun-Hye Yu, Seoryeong Ju, Seungshik Park, Sangil Lee
In this study, oxidative potentials (OPs) of PM at an urban site in Gwangju and a rural site in Seosan were evaluated using the dithiothreitol (DTT) assay metho...
Min Ju Yeo, Yong Pyo Kim
The annual mean concentration of sulfur dioxide has been less than 10 ppb since 2002 in all 16 districts in Korea, but still higher than those in developed coun...
Jin Sook Lee, Choong Dae Lee, Mun Ju Kwon
In this study, the characteristic of BFM was studied wherein nonlinearity was shown in the relation between ship emissions and PM concentrations. The study was ...
Hae Young Ahn, Yun Jeong Cho, JiHyeon Song
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs), major ozone precursors, are emitted from various organic solvents, and control methods such as adsorption are required to red...
Seunghee You, Changhan Bae, Hyungcheon Kim, Chul Yoo, Soontae Kim
Emissions of SO, NO, NH, volatile organic compounds and primary PM released from thirty-one local authorities in Gyeonggi and its adjacent provinces were tagged...
Kyuwon Son, Eunhye Kim, Minah Bae, Seunghee You, Yoon-Hee Kang, Hyun Cheol Kim, Byeong-Uk Kim, Soontae Kim
The ambient concentration of an air pollutant can represent how bad air quality is aggravated, but local authorities may need the alternative indicator to show ...
Dae-hyeon Kim, Youn-Suk Son
Due to change in the industrial and residential environment, many of people live in indoor space. In addition, this transformed lifestyle expose the people to i...
Bangwoo Han, Sang-Bok Kim, Gunhee Lee, Gi-Jeong Hong, In-Yong Park, Hak-Joon Kim, Ye-Wan Lee, Yong-Jin Kim, Sang-Hyeon Jeong, Seong-Hoon Shim, Jin-Tae Kim, Seon-Ah Roh, Tae-Jin Min, Wan-Ho Shin
The social and economic losses caused by viruses such as SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV, and SARS-CoV-2 has been serious. In this study, the size of airborne droplet nuclei...