CEDAR email: Submissions open: Advances In Mesosphere And Thermosphere Dynamics, Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences

Sumanta Sarkhel sarkhel at ph.iitr.ac.in
Wed Mar 1 02:56:51 MST 2023

Dear Researcher, 

Submission is now open for the special issue, Advances In Mesosphere And Thermosphere Dynamics, to be published in Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences. 

The brief description on the research topic is given below: 

The coupled Mesosphere-Thermosphere system is affected by both lower atmospheric as well as magnetospheric forcings. Various atmospheric waves, excited in the troposphere, can reach this region in their course of propagation, and control and modify the dynamics of the ambience. Large-scale middle atmospheric disturbances, e. g. sudden stratospheric warming, have a mighty impact on the overlying mesosphere-thermosphere system through dynamical coupling. The geomagnetic disturbances driven by strong solar activities can impact significantly through precipitation of energetic charge particles in the ionosphere causing heating and associated alteration in the circulation pattern therein. Owing to complexities of physical processes and lack of investigation, various observed features are not completely understood and require extensive multi-platform and multi-instrument observations as well as modeling studies. Clear understanding of this coupled region is essential to delineate a broader perspective of the Sun-Earth interactions. 

You can read more about the collection [ https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/53262/advances-in-mesosphere-and-thermosphere-dynamics#overview | here ] . 

Why publish on this Research Topic? 

Alongside a top group of authors, the accepted work will be published in Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, a leading journal in the field with a Journal Impact Factor of 4.055 and a CiteScore of 4.1. 

Please click the [ https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/53262/advances-in-mesosphere-and-thermosphere-dynamics/participate-in-open-access-research-topic | link  ] to register your interest in submitting an article. As well as original research, we also accept Review, Mini-Review and Data Report. 

The deadline for submission is 30.09.2023, but Frontiers’ fast-track review process, led by our editorial team, means each article is published online as soon as it’s been successfully peer-reviewed and accepted (typically within 61 days). 

As a Gold open access journal, publishing fees are applied to accepted articles. Please contact [ mailto:spacesciences.submissions at frontiersin.org | spacesciences.submissions at frontiersin.org ] to discuss fees, institutional waivers, and discounts. 

If you have any other questions in the meantime, please let us know. 

We believe your insight will be a great addition to this topic, and we look forward to hearing more about your latest research. 

Best Regards, 


Dr. Amitava Guharay, Physical Research Laboratory, India ( [ mailto:guharay at prl.res.in | guharay at prl.res.in ] ) 

Dr. Sumanta Sarkhel, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India ( [ mailto:sarkhel at ph.iitr.ac.in | sarkhel at ph.iitr.ac.in ] ) 

Dr. Igo Paulino, Federal University of Campina Grande, Brazil ( [ mailto:igo.paulino at df.ufcg.edu.br | igo.paulino at df.ufcg.edu.br ] ) 

Sumanta Sarkhel, Ph.D. 
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Department of Physics, 
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