Special Issue "Space Weather: Observations and Modeling of the Near Earth Environment II"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 8436
Interests: geomagnetism; ionosphere; satellite data; non-linear dynamics; global geomagnetic field modelling; lithosphere–atmosphere–ionosphere coupling
Interests: ionosphere; space weather; ionosondes; radio propagation; ionospheric modeling; lithosphere–atmosphere–ionosphere coupling
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The call for papers for the second edition of the Special Issue on “Space Weather: Observations and Modeling of the Near Earth Environment” is now open.
Space weather results from a complex system driven by the strong variations of the Sun’s activity, appearing as violent energetic events such as solar flares and Coronal Mass Ejections (CME) with irregular occurrence. Depending on the mutual position of the triggered solar region and the Earth and the propagation conditions through the interplanetary medium, the resulting EUV and X-ray emissions, as well as energetic particle streams, could be “geoeffective”, affecting the Earth’s magnetosphere and upper atmosphere in various ways, among which are of particular importance magnetic, ionospheric and thermospheric storms. Space weather includes a wide spectrum of physical processes with various spatial and temporal scales which affect different users and technologies, also endangering human life or health. Its impact on the performance and reliability of space-borne and ground-based technological systems is particularly important.
This Special Issue aims to contribute to updating our understanding of the physical processes from the Sun to the Earth’s environment and to further report advances in monitoring and predicting space weather conditions.
This issue focuses on the physics processes behind space weather and their modeling to achieve a reliable predictive capability of space weather forecast in the operation of HF, GNSS, and satellite observations.
Dr. Saioa A. Campuzano
Dr. Dario Sabbagh
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- space weather
- solar activity
- geospheric storms
- ground-based and satellite observations