A branch of atmospheric science in which the chemistry of the Earth atmosphere and that of other planets is studied is called Atmospheric chemistry. It is a multidisciplinary method of research and draws on environmental chemistry, physics, meteorology, computer modeling, oceanography, geology and volcanology and other disciplines. Research is progressively associated with other arenas of study such as climatology. The composition and chemistry of the Earth atmosphere is of importance for several reasons, however essentially due to the interactions between the atmosphere and living organisms. The composition of the Earth atmosphere changes as consequence of natural processes such as volcano emissions, lightning and bombardment by solar particles from corona. It has additionally changed by human activity and some of these changes are harmful to human health, crops and ecosystems. Examples of problems which have been addressed by atmospheric chemistry include acid rain, ozone depletion, photochemical smog, greenhouse gases and global warming. Atmospheric chemists seek to understand the causes of these problems, and by obtaining a theoretical understanding of them, allow possible solutions to be tested and the effects of changes in government policy assessement.
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