October 2020

This month, EM highlights four studies that exemplify inter-agency and inter-state cooperative efforts to advance scientific understanding of air pollution near the land–water interface.

Inside This Month's Issue


Recent Advances in Understanding Ozone Pollution
Near Large Water Bodies

by Susan Wierman, Leiran Biton, and Joel Dreessen

LISTOS: Toward a Better Understanding of New York City’s Ozone Pollution Problem
by Alexandra Karambelas

OWLETS: An Enhanced Monitoring Strategy Directly
within the Chesapeake Bay

 John Sullivan, Joel Dreessen, Timothy Berkoff, Ruben Delgado, Xinrong Ren, and Tad Aburn

LMOS: 2017 Lake Michigan Ozone Study
 Zachariah E. Adelman, R. Bradley Pierce, Charles O. Stanier, and Donna M. Kenski

SCOAPE: Satellite and Shipboard Views of Air Quality along the Louisiana Coast
 Anne M. Thompson, Debra E. Kollonige, Ryan M. Stauffer, Nader Abuhassan, Alexander E. Kotsakis, Robert J. Swap, and Holli (Ensz) Wecht

Also This Month...

Message from the President: 2020: Our Year to ‘Pivot’
Kim Marcus

Back In Time: A look at the 1984 Critical Review, "Source-Receptor Relationships for Acid Deposition: Pure and Simple?" George M. Hidy

2021 EM Editorial Calendar Preview


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