Category: Atmospheric Dust

Unmasking the Impact: Investigating the Link Between Special Emissions and Particulate Matters in Atmospheric Dust

The Impact of Special Emissions on Particulate Matter: An Overview Atmospheric dust, composed of various particulate matter suspended in the air, plays an important role in earth science and has significant implications for both human health and the environment. One factor that can contribute to the presence of particulate matter in the atmosphere is specific

Linking Air Chemical and Particulate Composition to Meteorological Visibility: An Atmospheric Dust Perspective

Meteorological visibility is a critical parameter for many applications, including aviation, transportation, and air quality management. Visibility is affected by several factors, including atmospheric aerosols, which are tiny solid or liquid particles suspended in the air. Atmospheric aerosols can originate from natural sources such as dust storms, forest fires, and volcanic eruptions, as well as