A short review on the effects of aerosols on visibility impairment
Ozone in the lower planetary boundary layer of the earth atmosphere is dangerous to people and vegetation, since it oxidizes natural tissue. The diminished in visibility is because of dispersing of sun based radiation by high convergences of anthropogenic aerosols. Visibility impairment is most prominent at high relative mugginess when the aerosols swell by the takeup of water to expand the...
Published at IOP Conf. Series: Journal of Physics: Conf. Series
Volume 852 (2017) 012006
Issue doi :10.1088/1742-6596
Published in 2017
Emetere Moses E and Akinyemi M. L.
Akinyemi Marvel » Prof. Marvel Lola Akinyemi is a Professor of Atmospheric and Environmental Physics. She joined Covenant University on 3rd of October, 2005 as an academic staff. Her primary area of research focuses on atmospheric ozone variation, ozone concentration and UV-B radiation, impact of ozone variation on life forms, assessment of atmospheric pollution from anthropogenic activities, simulation and... view full profile
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