Pollution | VOL. 16, ISSUE 95, March-April 2016 |

Atmospheric Aerosols

Atmospheric aerosols are one of the primary air pollutants within the troposphere and usually have an adverse influence on hydrological cycle, crops, plants, human health and visibility. They are capable of influencing weather and climate over a particular region though their role is highly uncertain and difficult to understand (Stocker et al., 2013). They can modulate the total radiation the earth is exposed to through several direct and indirect ways. Directly, they scatter and absorb solar radiation and cause a...

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