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 "Geomagnetic Storms and Substorm: a Geomagnetically Induced Current perspective", deadline 31 October 2020
The Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate (JSWSC) opens a Topical Issue on "Geomagnetic Storms and Substorm: a Geomagnetically Induced Current perspective" to appear in 2020/2021.
This Topical Issue intents to collect contributions on Geomagnetically Induced Currents (GICs) during high solar activity (e.g. geomagnetic storms, sub-storms and storm sudden commencements). It aims to: increase the global knowledge about the magnetosphere-ionosphere processes, driven by space weather events, responsible for creating GICs; understand the role played by ionospheric turbulence and ground conductivity in amplifying GICs; improve the forecasting of GICs.