Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters

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ISSN: 1674-2834
e-ISSN: 2376-6123

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters

Open access

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters (AOSL) is an international journal for the publication of original communications-length articles related to all aspects of the atmospheric sciences, oceanograp...

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters (AOSL) is an international journal for the publication of original communications-length articles related to all aspects of the atmospheric sciences, oceanography, and closely related sciences. Limited manuscript size expedites the review and publication process. AOSL also includes a Progress and Views section, featuring invited research highlights, and project reports. The journal provides a rigorous peer-review process and rapid publication speeds (final decision within a maximum of three months; minimum turnaround of two weeks). The editorial board welcomes the submissions of multi-disciplinary work and contributions that utilize ideas and techniques from parallel areas.

AOSL covers the following fields:

  • Climatology;
  • Extreme Events;
  • Numerical Models and Modeling;
  • Meso- and Micro-Scale Meteorology;
  • Physical Oceanography;
  • Ocean Chemistry;
  • Biogeochemistry;
  • Atmospheric Chemistry;
  • Atmospheric Environment;
  • Cloud Physics;
  • Atmospheric Radiation and Remote Sensing;
  • Boundary Layer Processes;
  • Applied Meteorology;
  • Observations and Techniques.

1. Global air quality change during the COVID-19 pandemic: Regionally different ozone pollution responses COVID-19 疫情期间全球空气质量变化:臭氧响应的区域间差异

2. State of China's Climate in 2020

3. Optimal parameterization of COVID-19 epidemic models 新冠肺炎流行病学模型的最优参数化

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Future changes in thermal comfort conditions over China based on multi-RegCM4 simulations

Future changes in precipitation extremes over China using the NEX-GDDP high-resolution daily downscaled data-set

Regional earth system modeling: review and future directions

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Special issue on extreme weather and climate events: variations, mechanisms and projections

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