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Bulletin of Atmospheric Science and Technology

Bulletin of Atmospheric Science and Technology

Editor-in-Chief: S. Di Sabatino; P. Di Girolamo

ISSN: 2662-1495 (print version)
ISSN: 2662-1509 (electronic version)

Journal no. 42865

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  • A bulletin journal promoting sound atmospheric science and technological advancement with relevance to both academic, industry and government users
  • Strong focus on meteorological technology, sensors, radars, and atmospheric science monitoring equipment
  • Presents research and development as academic papers as well as short communication on the latest advancements in atmospheric science and technology

The Bulletin of Atmospheric Science and Technology is an official journal of the Italian Association of Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology (AISAM – l'Associazione Italiana di Scienze dell'Atmosfera e Meteorologia).

This journal covers research related to the broad areas of atmospheric sciences and meteorology. It welcomes a cross-disciplinary approach, with a focus on emerging and innovative numerical models, computational techniques, data analyses and retrieval techniques, and new sensor technologies, applied when and where meteorology and atmospheric science are relevant.

Offering a platform in which new ideas and developments in the field are shared, the bulletin aims to stimulate research which can improve sensing (measuring) and mitigation techniques to protect urban, coastal, marine and mountain environments.

Related subjects » Atmospheric Sciences - Geography - Meteorology

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    The Bulletin of Atmospheric Sciences and Technology covers studies related to the broad areas of atmospheric sciences and meteorology, based on a cross-disciplinary approach, with a focus on emerging and innovative numerical models, computational techniques, data analyses and retrieval techniques, and new sensor technologies, applied when and where meteorology and atmospheric sciences are relevant.

    Fields of interest are the protection of the environment, the observation, comprehension and modeling of hazardous and extreme events and the mitigation of their impacts, as well as the development of new sensing tools integrating satellite information with surface measurements.

    The Journal represents a forum in which new ideas are developed with the intent of supplying results of applied sciences, having potential direct impact on the improvement of sensing (measuring), mitigating, and protecting urban, coastal, marine, and mountain environments.

    Content will be accessible for free in the first two years.

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