Aims and Scope

The Anthropogenic Pollution is a peer-reviewed journal. The aim of this journal is providing an effective media of exchanging knowledge, communication among researchers, scientists, technologists, policy-makers, government agencies and professionals working in the field to update ideas, concept, and research findings for a successful solution for environmental-friendly pollution control technologies. 
This Journal is an international journal which seeks publishing papers that report results from original, novel research addressing significant environmental pollution issues and it also plays a contributory part in developing science.
The editors welcome papers where the pollutants are clearly defined and measured and can be directly related to biological, ecological, and human health effects. This includes air, water, and soil pollution and climate change, anthropogenic pollution through various urban, industrial, agricultural and nuclear activities and their effects on biotic and abiotic components of environment including water, soil, air, plants, animals and humans in local, regional and universal scales and assessment of human-induced risky activities.