CEDAR email: JASTP special issue High-Latitude Geospace studied by ISR, deadline 15 Feb 2012

Esa Turunen esa.turunen at eiscat.se
Mon Jan 9 07:14:44 MST 2012

Call for papers: JASTP special issue High-Latitude Geospace  
Environment studied by Incoherent Scatter Radars

Quest Editors Dr. Esa Turunen, EISCAT Sweden, Prof. Ruiyuan Liu, PRIC  
China, Prof. Jian Wu, CRIRP China.

Deadline of manuscript submission is extended to 15.02.2012

Paper submissions are invited for a special issue of Journal of  
Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, highlighting the recent  
advance in geospace environment studies by incoherent scatter radars  
at high-latitudes. In addition to the papers presented at the 15th  
EISCAT International Workshop in Qingdao, China, on 5-9 September  
2011, submissions would be expected from the authors, who work with  
the PFISR, RISR, Millstone Hill, Stromfjord, Arecibo, Kharkov and  
Irkutsk radars, as relevant to the thematic special issue. Combining  
other instruments with the IS radars in order to gain new insights is  
encouraged. As some recent results by low-latitude radars relate to  
high-latitude phenomena, contributions which study of coupling through  
the atmospheric regions may also be possible.

The submission website for the journal is located at: http://ees.elsevier.com/atp/default.asp

To ensure that all manuscripts are correctly identified for the  
special issue, it is important that authors select Special Issue: 15th  
EISCAT, when they reach the "Article Type" step in the submission  

Dr. Esa Turunen
Director, EISCAT Scientific Association
P. O. Box 812, SE-981 28 Kiruna, Sweden
gsm: +46702094384
office: +4698079153
fax: +4698079159
e-mail: esa.turunen at eiscat.se

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