View Vol. 5 ,  Iss. 2 (April 2022)

Journal of Atmospheric Science Research

ISSN: 2630-5119 (Online)

Vol. 5 , Iss. 2 (April 2022)


  • Spatio-temporal Changes in the Regime of Rivers in the Pripyat River Catchment and Climate Change

    Budnik Svetlana Vasilivna

    Article ID: 4396
    237  (Abstract) 45  (Download)
    In work features of a hydrological regime of catchments of the river of the Pripyat in climate change are considered. Researches of meteorological characteristics of the given territory show the tendency to growth, both temperatures of air, and precipitation, evaporation from a surface of water and ground also show the tendency to increase. That is...
  • Pollution of Airborne Fungi in Naturally Ventilated Repositories of the Provincial Historical Archive of Santiago de Cuba (Cuba)

    Sofia Borrego, Alian Molina, Yuneisis Bonne, Anyilena González, Lidiersy Méndez

    Article ID: 4536
    184  (Abstract) 28  (Download)

    Environmental fungi can damage the documentary heritage conserved in archives and affect the personnel’s health if their concentrations, thermohygrometric parameters and ventilation conditions are not adequate, problems that can be accentuated by Climate Change. The aims of this work were to identify and to characterize the airborne fungal pollution of naturally ventilated repositories in the...

  • History and Projection of Hydrological Droughts in the Benin Basin of the Niger River (Benin)

    Yarou Halissou, Alamou Adéchina Eric, Biao Iboukoun Eliézer, Obada Ezéchiel, Tore Daniel Bio, Afouda Abel

    Article ID: 4602
    211  (Abstract) 21  (Download)

    In the context of a changing climate, the Beninese Niger River basin has been the focus of several research studies for the quantification, planning, and modeling of water and related resources for sustainable use. This research aims to characterize the historical (1976-2019) and projected (2021- 2050) hydrological drought of the Beninese Niger River basin....

  • Wave Dynamics of the Average Annual Temperature Surface Air Layer New Delhi for 1931-2021

    Peter Matveevich

    Article ID: 4639
    182  (Abstract) 21  (Download)

    The identification method revealed asymmetric fluctuations in the dynamics of the average annual temperature in New Delhi from 1931 to 2021, that is, for 90 years. An analysis of the wave patterns of climate until 2110 was carried out. Geotechnology of the Himalayan passage was proposed to reduce heat waves in India and China. Formulas...