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Special Issue In JASTP
Published Date:

08 May 2022

Description:

Special Issue on STP-15 in Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics Journal

We are pleased to announce the Special Issue of SCOSTEP’s 15th Quadrennial Solar-Terrestrial Physics Symposium (STP-15) in Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (JASTP). The Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics (SCOSTEP) runs Predictability of the variable Solar-Terrestrial Coupling (PRESTO) program in 2020-2024. The PRESTO program (https://scostep.org/presto/) identifies predictability of the variable solar-terrestrial coupling performance metrics through modeling, measurements, and data analysis and to strengthen the communication between scientists and users. The STP-15 symposium was held on February 21-25, 2022, via full online with the host of Indian Institute of Geomagnetism. Eminent scientists from solar, magnetospheric, ionospheric and atmospheric physics communities were gathered to discuss and deliberate on the cutting-edge sciences pertaining to STP, especially the coupling across disciplines to understand predictability of variable solar-terrestrial coupling. The symposium has three sessions corresponding to the three PRESTO Pillars, as well as overarching topics in the sun-earth connection, space weather prediction and implementation, modelling, database, data analysis tools, new ground and space-based initiatives for solar-terrestrial physics. A special session on geomagnetism - the connecting link between sun and earth was also held. This special issue welcomes scientific results on all these topics of solar-terrestrial physics and PRESTO achievements.

Submission page: https://www.editorialmanager.com/jastp/default1.aspx

            (Log in with Editorial Manager account, choose an Article Type: VSI: STP-15).

 

Deadline of submission for this special issue: October 31, 2022

Review Papers in the special issue

The special issue also accepts some review papers on the relevant fields of solar-terrestrial physics.  In order to avoid overlap of the topic, review papers will be accepted by invitation.  If you are interested in submitting a review paper to this special issue, please contact the Chief Guest Editor, Dr. Kazuo Shiokawa (shiokawa@nagoya-u.jp) at your earliest convenience. 

Guest Editors of the special issue

Kazuo Shiokawa (Chief Guest Editor) (Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research, Nagoya University, Japan)
Spiros Patsourakos (University of Ioannina, Greece)
Nandita Srivastava (Physical Research Laboratory, India)
S. Tulasiram (Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, India)
Duggirala Pallamraju (Physical Research Laboratory, India)
Nick Pedatella (High Altitude Observatory of National Center for Atmospheric Research, US)
M. Venkat Ratnam (National Atmospheric Research Laboratory, India)
Eugene Rozanov (Physical-Meteorological Observatory Davos/World Radiation Center, Switzerland)
Daniel Marsh (High Altitude Observatory of National Center for Atmospheric Research, US, and University of Leeds, UK)