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VLF/ELF Remote Sensing of Ionospheres and Magnetospheres

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Earth, Planets and Space welcomes submissions to the special issue on 'VLF/ELF Remote Sensing of Ionospheres and Magnetospheres'.

The 9th VLF/ELF Remote Sensing of Ionospheres and Magnetospheres (VERSIM) Workshop: VERSIM 2020 will be held in the Uji Campus of Kyoto University, Japan, from March 23 to 27 of 2020. The VERSIM working group is an international group of scientists interested in studying the behavior of the magnetosphere and ionosphere by means of ELF (300 Hz - 3 kHz) and VLF (3-30 kHz) radio waves, both naturally and artificially generated. In addition to all traditional VERSIM topics, results of recent space missions such as Arase, MMS, and Van Allen Probes will be presented. Through active discussion at the workshop, we will achieve substantial progress in our understanding of VLF/ELF wave phenomena and space environment. Many international collaborations will be facilitated through the workshop. The special issue will contain those outcomes from VERSIM 2020.


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Before submitting your manuscript, please ensure you have carefully read the submission Guidelines. The complete manuscript should be submitted through the Earth, Planets and Space submission system. To ensure that you submit to the correct special issue please select the appropriate special issue in the drop-down menu upon submission. In addition, indicate within your cover letter that you wish your manuscript to be considered as part of the special issue on 'VLF/ELF Remote Sensing of Ionospheres and Magnetospheres'.  All submissions will undergo rigorous peer review and accepted articles will be published within the journal as a collection.

Deadline for submissions: 30 June 2020


Lead Guest Editor
Yoshiharu Omura, Kyoto University, Japan

Guest Editors
Jacob Bortnik, UCLA, USA
Mark Clilverd, British Antarctic Survey, UK
Andrei Demekhov, Polar Geophysical Institute, Russia
Yohei Miyake, Kobe University, Japan


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