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|Title: ||Editorial for the Special Issue “Air Quality Research Using Remote Sensing”|
|Authors: ||Costa, Maria João|
|Keywords: ||Air quality|
|Issue Date: ||Nov-2022|
|Citation: ||Costa, M.J.; Bortoli, D.Editorial for the Special Issue “Air Quality Research Using Remote Sensing”. Remote Sens. 2022, 14, 5566.
|Abstract: ||Air pollution is a worldwide environmental hazard with serious consequences for health and climate as well as for agriculture, ecosystems, and cultural heritage, among others. According to the WHO, there are 8 million premature deaths every year resulting from exposure to ambient air pollution. In addition, more than 90% of the world’s population lives in places where air quality is poor, exceeding the recommended limits; most of these places are in low- or middle-income countries. Air pollution and climate influence each other through complex physicochemical interactions in the atmosphere, altering the Earth’s energy balance, with implications for climate change and air quality.|
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