Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer
Light Pollution : Theory, Modelling, and Measurements (2019)
• 大类 : 物理 - 2区
• 小类 : 光学 - 3区
• 小类 : 光谱学 - 3区
Characterizing light pollution is a multidisciplinary topic that poses new demands to the experimental and theoretical methods. The conferences on Light Pollution Theory Modeling and Measurement (LPTMM) became now a tradition in presenting new ideas, methods, solutions, and research directions. Following the first three successful LPTMM projects held in Slovakia (2013), Canada (2015), and Spain (2017) we proceed with 4th LPTMM conference (Hungary 2019) and are soliciting papers for the Topical issues of the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. The virtual issue is to bring together full-size papers addressing themes concerning theoretical concepts of modelling skyglow, numerical tools and simulation experiments, effects of atmospheric aerosols and obstacles on light pollution, impact of spectral characteristics of light sources and reflecting surfaces, observational techniques, evaluation of dark sky conditions and their relation to light sources with specific focus on the color change in the light pollution field. Hungarian edition is specifically oriented toward the new challenges on the color change in the light pollution. The special issue is not only to document results presented at the LPTMM2019, but also introduce with the current advances achieved by other experts in the field.