Atmospheric Environment: X is a companion journal to the highly-respected Atmospheric Environment. We are indexed on Scopus (see above for the current CiteScore Tracker 2020) as well as on Clarivate ESCI (we are awaiting a first Impact Factor).
Atmospheric Environment: X is a fully Open Access peer review journal publishing science, technology and engineering research developments that aim to:
- Reduce the atmospheric emissions of pollutants impacting air quality (indoor and outdoor) and
- Remove pollutants from the indoor and outdoor atmospheres
We invite Original Research Papers, Review Papers, and Short Communications.
Submissions should be novel and innovative, related to the following sectors, and crucially cover science and technologies that reduce atmospheric concentrations of pollutants impacting air quality and global climate change:
- Combustion technology
- Energy and alternative fuels
- Indoor and outdoor air cleaning technologies
- engineered ecosystems
The Journal publishes studies that address full-scale commercial systems; pilot-scale research and development efforts; as well as laboratory feasibility research.
Our readers are Atmospheric Science researchers, Air Quality engineers, and Policy Makers.
Atmospheric Environment: X aims to be a leading source of scientific and engineering advances that address atmospheric pollution - and adversely impact climate change, stratospheric ozone depletion, urban air pollution, atmospheric air toxics including mercury, and indoor air pollution. To be considered for publications, manuscripts must consider the scientific, technological, and engineering solutions in the proper context of control measures and current and future airborne pollution problems.
Atmospheric Environment: X will also consider policy, economic, and environmental justice studies that directly address technologies and policies aimed at reducing emissions of atmospheric pollutants impacting urban air pollution, regional air quality problems, indoor air pollution, and climate change.
This journal welcomes contributions that support and advance the UN's sustainable development goals, in particular SDG 7 (Affordable and clean energy) and SDG 13 (Climate Action)
|Issue volume||Issue year||Planned ship date||Actual ship date|
|9C||2021||Mar 15, 2021||Mar 09, 2021|
|10C||2021||Jun 15, 2021||Jun 09, 2021|
|11C||2021||Sep 14, 2021||Sep 08, 2021|
|12C||2021||Dec 06, 2021|
|13C||2022||Mar 18, 2022|
|14C||2022||Jun 16, 2022|
|15C||2022||Sep 16, 2022|
|16C||2022||Dec 05, 2022|