Past studies underestimated a major pollution source, particularly in rural areas.
The “White House effect” can compel support for science and protect the environment—or damage both.
The connection between poor air quality and higher stroke mortality was strongest in southern states across a region known as the “stroke belt.”
A new study found that verbal and math test scores in China dropped with reduced air quality. The effects were especially pronounced for men and elderly populations.
One of the authors of a new report on efforts to create healthy cities in China describes challenges and opportunities for urban health and healthcare.
Both the El Niño Southern Oscillation and natural variations in tropical Pacific weather conditions impact surface air quality in the Eastern United States.
A new study mined museum collections to investigate just how sooty the air in the United States has been for the past 135 years.
A long-term study in Switzerland reveals the promise of a new method to determine isotopic composition of the potent greenhouse gas.
By attaching an array of instruments to bike commuters in New York City, researchers aim to evaluate ambient pollution amounts and doses at the level of an individual cyclist.
New research provides a comprehensive overview of the effect of the Asian summer monsoon (ASM) on atmospheric composition throughout the life cycle of the ASM anticyclone.