About the conference
Local Organizing Committee
Special Issue in the Journal of Hydrology "Advances in fog and dew life cycles and their dynamics in the hydrological cycle"
This special issue invites submissions of the latest research findings from scientists worldwide working
on the life cycles of fog and dew at the interface between surface, vegetation and the atmosphere,
and on the collection of fog and dew for freshwater production.
Its interdisciplinary nature will give this special issue a unique character at the crossroads between
fog and dew physics and chemistry and their interactions with and impacts on the hydrological cycle,
vegetation, materials, and human activities.
The special issue will feature research findings based on in-situ and remote sensing observations of
fog and dew dynamics and their impacts on soil and vegetation, high-resolution and numerical weather prediction modeling,
equipment design for fog and dew collection, and studies of potability of fog and dew.
You can view the content of this Special Issue and guidelines at the following URL:
If you have questions, please feel free to contact any of the Guest Editors.
We look forward to receiving your contributions.
Guest Editor Team: Martial Haeffelin, Nurit Agam, Jan Cermak, Christine Lac, Lixin Wang.