AER has now been accepted for inclusion in Scopus


Applied Environmental Research (AER) is pleased to announce that the journal has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus database. AER would like to deliver our utmost appreciation to the TCI-TRF-Scopus collaboration project, Thai-Journal Citation Index Centre (TCI Centre) and local boards for their invaluable suggestions, supervisions, and helps to improve the journal quality and standards.

AER publications on human health effects of air pollution in Thailand



1. Relationship between Annual Average Concentration of Ambient PM10 and Out-patient with Respiratory Disease: Thailand Case Study

     Volume 41, No. 1 (2019), Pages 57-69

2. Analysis of Air Quality Impacts on Human Health Using the Geoinformatics Application: Chiang Rai Province

     Volume 39, No. 3 (2017), Pages 25-32

AER Publications relating to the particulate air pollution in Thailand


AER Publications relating to the particulate air pollution in Thailand

1.  PM10 and PM2.5 from Haze Smog and Visibility Effect in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand

     Volume 40, No. 3 (2018), Pages 1-10

2.  A GIS Model for PM10 Exposure from Biomass Burning in the North of Thailand

     Volume 39, No. 2 (2017), Pages 77-87

3.  Visualization and Interpretation of PM10 Monitoring Data Related to Causes of Haze Episodes in Northern Thailand

     Volume 37, No. 2 (2015), Pages 33-48

AER ranking in Thai-Journal Citation Index (TCI)


          As of January 2015, Applied Environmental Research (AER) was approved to be included in the Tier 1 on science and technology by the Thai-Journal Citation Index (TCI). The high quality of publications of AER will be guaranteed by TCI until 31 December 2019.

          In addition, AER has been indexed in ASEAN Citation (ACI), a central regional database of the ASEAN scholarly journals, since October 2014. Among hundreds of journals indexed in the TCI, AER was approved by the ACI Steering committee as one of the first batch for Thai journals in ACI.

Journal Indexing


AER is currently indexed Thai-Journal Citation Index (TCI - Tier 1) and ASEAN Citation Index (ACI).

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