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This series intends to review advances in our understanding of the atmospheric sciences and the ways in which these interface with our society. The series will cover topics that operate on all scales, such as air pollution and climate change and related processes. Topics that involve smaller scales, such as turbulence and boundary-layer meteorology, building and urban climatology and aspects of agricultural and biometeorology will also be within scope. The series will be balanced in its inclusion of the chemistry and physics of the atmosphere. Air-pollution science and regulation – which encompass everything from indoor air quality, though the urban atmosphere, to the stratosphere and beyond – will be an important topic area for the series. Equally, health impacts of air pollution along with climate change and related issues such as mitigation, adaptation and the carbon footprint, which have social and political implications, will represent important areas of coverage. The contributions will be part of a growing library of books dedicated to a topic of great contemporary relevance to scientists and policymakers.


Series Editors

Peter Brimblecombe – University of East Anglia, UK

Ranjeet S. Sokhi – University of Hertfordshire, UK

Editorial Board

Alexander Baklanov – Danish Meteorological Institute, Denmark

John G. Bartzis – University of West Macedonia, Greece

Greg Carmichael – University of Iowa, USA

Georg Grell – David Skaggs Research Center, USA

Sue Grimmond – King’s College London, UK

Brooke L. Hemming – US Environmental Protection Agency, USA

George Kallos – University of Athens, Greece

Jaakko Kukkonen – Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

Paulo Laj – Université Joseph Fourier, France

Neng-Huei (George) Lin – National Central University, Taiwan

S. T. Rao – US Environmental Protection Agency, USA

Hugh Ross Anderson – King’s College London, UK and St George’s, University of London, UK

Chul H. Song – Gwanju Institute of Science and Technology, Korea


We welcome submissions of proposals for challenging and original works that meet the criteria of this series. We make prompt editorial decisions. Our titles are published simultaneously in print and eBook editions and are subject to peer review by recognized authorities in the field. Should you wish to send in a proposal for a collection of essays, a single or multi-authored monograph, or a course reader, please contact us at: proposal@anthempress.com

  1. The Atlas of Climate Change Impact on European Cultural Heritage
    Scientific Analysis and Management Strategies
    Edited by C. Sabbioni, P. Brimblecombe and M. Cassar

     The Atlas of Climate Change Impact on European Cultural Heritage' is comprised of a vulnerability atlas and its accompanying guidelines, which together reveal the effects of future climate variations on cultural heritage.

    PRICE:  £50.00  /  $80.00
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    Paperback | November 2012 | ISBN 9780857282835

  2. World Atlas of Atmospheric Pollution
    Revised Edition
    Edited by Ranjeet S. Sokhi, with a Foreword by Mario Molina

    Provides a revealing global overview of air pollution and its startling impact through graphical and visual representation of data.

    PRICE:  £35.00  /  $50.00
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    Paperback | August 2011 | ISBN 9781843318910