In this issue:
Geocoding and spatiotemporal modeling of long-term PM2.5 and NO2
exposure in the Mexican Teachers’ Cohort
By: Cervantes-Martínez, K., Riojas-Rodríguez, H., Díaz Avalos, C., Moreno-Macías, H.,
López-Ridaura, R., Stern, D., Acosta-Montes, J. O. and Texcalac-Sangrador, J. L.
Satellite-based estimation of NO2 concentrations using a
machine-learning model: A case study on Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
By: Becerra-Rondón, A., Ducati, J. and Haag, R.
Comparison of forecasting accuracy for the Madden Julian Oscillation (MJO)
and Convectively Coupled Equatorial Waves (CCEW) using Tropical Rainfall Measuring
Mission (TRMM) and ERA-Interim precipitation forecast data for Indonesia
By: Pramuwardani, I., Hartono, H., Sunarto, S. and Sopaheluwakan, A..
Focus and Scope
Atmosfera is an international, peer-reviewed journal published quarterly from 1988 to 2022. As of 2023, the manuscripts are published according to the continuous publication model. This journal is devoted to original research in the atmospheric sciences, climate change, interactions with the hydrosphere, cryosphere, biosphere and human systems.
It is published by the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, through the Instituto de Ciencias de la Atmósfera y Cambio Climático.
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Vol. 37 (2023)
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