The Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate welcomes submissions on the topics listed below. If you wish to submit your article to one of these Topical Issues, please submit your manuscript via the JSWSC online submission tool and select the appropriate Topical Issue when you reach the Section/Category selection step. Please note the deadlines for submissions to Topical Issues, as submissions will not be considered past the expiration date.

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Topical Issue «Ionospheric plasma irregularities and their impact on radio systems», deadline 31 October 2022

The Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate (JSWSC) opens a Topical Issue «Ionospheric plasma irregularities and their impact on radio systems», deadline 31 October 2022.

Upon unanimous agreement between all affected regular and topical editors of the two Topical Issues «Towards better understanding of the ionospheric plasma irregularities and scintillation» and «Tackling ionospheric interactions and their impact on radio systems at the dawn of Solar Cycle 25» these two Topical Issues will be combined into a single new Topical Issue «Ionospheric plasma irregularities and their impact on radio systems» with deadline 31 October 2022. The descriptions of both former Topical Issues remain valid for the new Topical Issue and will continue to be visible on the JSWSC website. The Editor teams will be merged. Authors are requested to submit any manuscript whose content would fit one of the former Topical Issues now to the new Topical Issue. If desired they may specify Chao Xiong or Luca Spogli as preferred editor. The former two Topical Issues will be closed for submission and only the newly formed Topical Issue will remain open.

The Topical Issue «Towards better understanding of the ionospheric plasma irregularities and scintillations» is replaced by the Topical Issue «Ionospheric plasma irregularities and their impact on radio systems», deadline 31 July 2022

The Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate (JSWSC) opens a Topical Issue "Towards better understanding of the ionospheric plasma irregularities and scintillations" to appear in 2021/2022.

This Topical Issue arises from the virtual European Geophysical Union General Assembly (vEGU21) held in April 2021, primarily from the Session ST3.3 entitled “Towards better understanding of the ionospheric plasma irregularities and scintillations”. However, it is not reserved to papers presented during this session and is open for all submissions within the scope.

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Topical Issue «Tackling ionospheric interactions and their impact on radio systems at the dawn of Solar Cycle 25» is replaced by the Topical Issue «Ionospheric plasma irregularities and their impact on radio systems», deadline 31 July 2022

The Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate (JSWSC) opens a Topical Issue «Tackling ionospheric interactions and their impact on radio systems at the dawn of Solar Cycle 25», deadline 31 July 2022.

This Topical Issue arises from the European Space Weather Week 2021, primarily from the Session sw04 entitled “Ionospheric Interactions”. However, it is not reserved to papers presented during this session and is open for all submissions within the scope of this TI. 

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