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The atmosphere stands as a pivotal component of the Earth's climate system. This program delves into the quantitative and deductive facets of atmospheric physics, dynamics, and chemistry, encompassing both fundamental and applied research. Within the RCEC, two prominent research centers take the lead: the Anthropogenic Climate Change Center (AC3) and the Air Quality Research Center (AQRC). AC3 centers its efforts on examining global climate change patterns and addressing Taiwan's unique climate concerns. Meanwhile, AQRC delves into the study of atmospheric physical processes and chemical variations, particularly those occurring over Taiwan and its neighboring regions, investigating potential causal mechanisms behind air pollution and its consequential impacts on both the environment and human society.

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  1. Introductory Earth System Science
  2. Atmospheric Science
  3. Observation and Modeling of Cloud Physics
  4. Seismic Studies on Atmosphric, Hydrosphric and Lithospheric Processes
  5. Special Topic on Atmospheric Remote Sensing
  6. Aerosols and Air Pollution