CEDAR email: Gentle Reminder: Deadline for ASR special issue on MTI studies is 31 March 2023
venkatkau at gmail.com
Sun Mar 19 03:18:00 MDT 2023
This is a gentle reminder to inform that the last date for the submission
of articles to ASR special issue is 31 March 2023. Please find below the
detailed information of the special issue.
Special Issue in Advances in Space Research on "Recent advances in
equatorial, low- and mid-latitude mesosphere, thermosphere and ionosphere
Papers are invited for a special topical issue of Advances in Space
Research (ASR) entitled “Recent advances in equatorial, low- and
mid-latitude mesosphere, thermosphere and ionosphere studies”.
The coupling processes taking place between mesosphere, thermosphere and
ionosphere, from equatorial to mid latitudes, are of significant importance
to understand the variability of Earth’s middle and upper atmosphere. The
main objective of this ASR special issue is to highlight the recent
developments in the field of equatorial, low- and mid-latitude mesosphere,
thermosphere and ionosphere from observational (ground-based and
space-borne), theoretical and simulation studies. This ASR special issue is
open to all scientists who have an appropriate scientific paper related to
various aspects in this area that include: Short-term, long-term and
space-time variability of the mesosphere, thermosphere and ionosphere;
response of the thermosphere-ionosphere system to forcing from above and
below; coupling between high-, mid- and low-latitude regions;
magnetosphere-ionosphere-atmosphere coupling; Lithosphere-ionosphere
coupling; Equatorial electrodynamics: Equatorial Ionization Anomaly (EIA),
Equatorial Electrojet (EEJ), Spread-F phenomena; Ionospheric
irregularities, scintillations; F-region multi-layer stratification, F3 and
StF4 layers; Mid-latitude trough; Sporadic E layer; Space weather effects
on the ionosphere; Geomagnetic storms; solar flares; Ionospheric response
to SSW; Nowcasting/forecasting modelling of the ionosphere,
data-assimilation and tomography; Satellite and ground based observational
We welcome high quality and relevant manuscripts from all scientists in the
upper atmosphere community.
Papers must be submitted electronically to
https://www.editorialmanager.com/aisr/. To ensure that all manuscripts are
correctly identified for inclusion into the special issue, authors must
select “SI: Recent progress in MTI” when they reach the "Article Type" step
in the submission process.
The general format for submission of papers can be found on the ASR
Elsevier web site at
Submitted papers must be written in English and should include full
affiliation postal addresses for all authors. Only full-length papers will
be considered for publication, subject to peer review by a minimum of two
reviewers. There are no page limits although the length of the paper should
be appropriate for the material being presented. While the deadline for
submissions is 31 March 2023, papers will be published electronically as
soon as they are accepted. The printed issue will be assembled within a
reasonable time with late papers being printed in regular issues of ASR.
All articles will be typeset at no cost to the author; there is a nominal
charge for printing color figures although there is no charge for color
figures on the electronic version.
Dr. Venkatesh Kavutarapu (venkateshk at prl.res.in) and Dr. Michael Pezzopane (
michael.pezzopane at ingv.it) are the Guest Editors for this special issue.
Questions can be directed to Drs. Venkatesh and Pezzopane or to the
Co-Editor for Special Issues, Dr. Peggy Ann Shea (sssrc at msn.com).
*Dr. K. Venkatesh*
Space and Atmospheric Sciences Division
Physical Research Laboratory
Navrangpura, Ahmedabad-380 009, INDIA
Email: venkatkau at gmail.com; venkateshk at prl.res.in
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