CEDAR email: JASTP Special Issue: Vertical Coupling

Loren Chang loren at ncu.edu.tw
Fri Feb 24 08:25:03 MST 2017

Dear Colleagues,
We kindly invite you to submit your recent results to the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics special issue "Vertical Coupling in the Atmosphere-Ionosphere System: Recent Progress“. The Special Issue will address both recent theoretical and empirical results concerning the coupling mechanisms through dynamics, composition and electrodynamics. Papers focusing on the modulation of waves from the lower to the upper atmosphere as well as from low- to high-latitudes, electrodynamic and compositional changes, plasma drifts, electric fields and plasma irregularities at different latitudinal regions of the globe due to the varying energy inputs are of particular interest. The manner in which the couplings take place due to varying geomagnetic activity, changing energy inputs from the Sun and from the lower atmosphere together with the downward control effects transferring from the strongly solar dependent structure to the lower atmospheric levels and upward propagating structures induced in the lower atmosphere by changing solar activity are welcome.

Papers dealing with experiments, observations, modeling and data analysis that describe the effects of atmospheric coupling processes within the atmosphere-ionosphere system are kindly invited. Please, consider submitting an article for this Special Issue of the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics. 

Papers should be submitted via EVISE system: https://www.evise.com/profile/#/ATP/login
Guides for authors can be found on the web: https://www.elsevier.com/journals/journal-of-atmospheric-and-solar-terrestrial-physics/1364-6826/guide-for-authors

The submission deadline has been extended to April 1, 2017.
During submission process, please, select Special Issue: Vertical Coupling.


Petra Koucka Knizova
Loren Chang
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