By Yongliang Zhang, Larry J. Paxton
The aurora is the main noticeable manifestation of the relationship of the Earth to the gap atmosphere and has encouraged awe, interest, and medical inquiry for centuries. contemporary advances in looking at suggestions and modeling and theoretical paintings have published new auroral phenomena, supplied a greater figuring out of auroral dynamics, and feature ended in an stronger power for auroral forecasts.
This monograph beneficial properties discussions of:
- New auroral phenomena as a result of the ring present ion and polar rain electron precipitation
- Various auroral varieties and hemispheric asymmetry
- Auroral version improvement and MHD simulations
- Application of the auroral observations for radio absorption and scintillation
- Aurora nowcast and forecast for house climate operations
Auroral Dynamics and house Weather is a useful contribution for scientists, researchers, house climate operators, and scholars of Earth's house environment.
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