Aims and Scope
JGR: Space Physics is dedicated to the publication of new and original research in the broad field of space science. This embraces aeronomy, magnetospheric physics, planetary atmospheres, ionospheres and magnetospheres, solar and interplanetary physics, cosmic rays, and heliospheric physics. Science that links interactions between space science and other components of the Sun-Earth system are encouraged, as are multidisciplinary and system-level science papers.
JGR: Space Physics welcomes theoretical, numerical, or observational manuscripts as well as submissions on new instrumentation, numerical models, or analysis methods, as long as such papers include an illustrative example demonstrating direct and timely relevance to space research. Authors are strongly encouraged to make very clear in their manuscript the new science or technology contribution to the field.
JGR: Space Physics also encourages the members to the space science research community to submit proposals for topical reviews, commentaries, and special collections to the Editors.
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- Generation of field-aligned current (FAC) and convection through the formation of pressure regimes: Correction for the concept of Dungey's convection
- Advances in remote sensing of the daytime ionosphere with EUV airglow
- What Drives Variation in the Ionosphere’s Electron Density?
- On the twists of interplanetary magnetic flux ropes observed at 1 AU
Upcoming AGU Meetings
- Fall Meeting
12-16 Dec 2016
San Francisco, California, USA
- AGU Chapman Conference on Extreme Climate Event Impacts on Aquatic Biogeochemical Cycles and Fluxes
22-27 Jan 2017
San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA
- AGU Chapman Conference on Submarine Volcanism: New Approaches and Research Frontiers
29 Jan-3 Feb 2017
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia