Special Issue "Recent Advances in Observation and Simulation of the Lithosphere-Atmosphere-Space Coupling"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 January 2024 | Viewed by 8945
Interests: troposphere-ionosphere coupling; magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling; lithospheric disturbance; nonlinear analysis
2. Department of Physics, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC 20064, USA
Interests: ionosphere; space weather; ionospheric disturbances; irregularities; GNSS RO; gravity waves
Activities from solar (above) and surface (below) seriously impact the Earth's atmosphere and the near-Earth space environment. The interactions of different spheres, including lithosphere, atmosphere, ionosphere, and magnetosphere, are complex, making it challenging to investigate the origin, propagation, and evolution of waves, currents, and dynamics in the Earth's system to remain challenging.
The advance of remote sensing and in situ observations of satellites and ground-based instruments collected the evidence from the Earth's spheres, which establishes the connection between nature and human beings. On the other hand, numerical simulations enable the understanding of the complex coupling processes in Earth's lithosphere, atmosphere, ionosphere, and magnetosphere.
The Special Issue anticipates studies that include but is not limited to the observation and simulation of weathers phenomena in the thermosphere, ionosphere, and magnetosphere; the impact of tropospheric, seismic, volcanic, and tsunami disturbances on the upper atmosphere; the satellite and ground-based multi-parameter observations, detections, and validations; as well as cross-disciplinary studies, in theory, modeling, and laboratory experiments for better understanding on the coupling of the lithosphere, atmosphere, and space.
Prof. Dr. Yang-Yi Sun
Dr. Min-Yang Chou
Dr. Chia-Hung Chen
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- spheres coupling
- ionospheric and thermospheric weather
- magnetosphere-ionosphere interaction
- tropospheric activity
- lithospheric activity