Air Pollution 2015 : 23rd International Conference on Modelling, Monitoring and Management of Air Pollution
Call For Papers
Air Pollution 2015 is the 23rd Annual Meeting in the successful series of international conferences organised by the Wessex Institute dealing with Modelling, Monitoring and Management of Air Pollution.
The series started in Mexico (1993) and continued in Barcelona (1994); Halkidiki (1995); Toulouse (1996); Bologna (1997); Genova (1998); San Francisco (1999); Cambridge, UK (2000); Ancona (2001); Segovia (2002); Catania (2003); Rhodes (2004); Cordoba (2005); New Forest (2006); Algarve (2007); Skiathos (2008); Tallinn (2009); Kos (2010) Malta (2011), A Coruna (2012), Siena (2013) and Split (2014).
These meetings have attracted outstanding contributions from leading researchers from around the world. The papers selected for presentation and included in the Conference Proceedings have been permanently stored in the WIT eLibrary as Transactions of the Wessex Institute (see http://library.witpress.com). These collected papers provide an invaluable record of the development of science and policy pertaining to air pollution.
The conferences in this series have discussed and considered many important air pollution issues and the international nature of the attendees has ensured that the conference findings and conclusions enjoy a wide and rapid dissemination amongst the air pollution science and policy communities. Air pollution issues remain one of the most challenging problems facing the international community. The series has demonstrated the wide spread nature of the air pollution phenomena and has explored in depth the impacts of air pollution on human health and the environment.
The series also recognised, at a very early stage, that science alone will not improve a polluted atmosphere. The scientific knowledge derived from well designed studies needs to be allied with further technical and economic studies in order to ensure cost effective and efficient mitigation. In turn, the science, technology and economic outcomes are necessary but not sufficient. Increasingly, the conference has recognised that the outcome of such research needs to be contextualised within well formulated communication strategies that help policy makers and citizens to understand and appreciate the risks and rewards arising from air pollution management. Consequently, the series has enjoyed a wide range of high quality papers that develop the fundamental science of air pollution and an equally impressive range of presentations that places these new developments within the frame of mitigation and management of air pollution.
This important conference brings together contributions from scientists from around the world to present recent work on various aspects of air pollution phenomena. Notable in each of the conferences in this series has been the opportunity to foster scientific exchange between participants. New collaborations amongst scientists, and between scientists and policy makers or regulators have arisen through contacts made in this series. Each meeting has provided a further opportunity for identifying new areas of air pollution science demanding collaborative investigation.
The conference papers deal with a rich variety of topics. The presentation of case studies of specific regions and cities, including those in emerging countries are particularly encouraged.
Air pollution modelling
Monitoring and measuring
Air quality management
Indoor air pollution
Aerosols and particles
Air Pollution chemistry
Global and regional studies
Exposure and health effects
Economics of air pollution control
Policy and legislation