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Special Issue of Advances in Space Research: Solar Physics Advances from the Interior to the Heliosphere

Posted By Tiago Pereira, Friday 15 December 2017

Manuscripts are solicited for Solar Physics Advances from
the Interior to the Heliosphere
, a special topical issue of Advances
in Space Research (ASR).

Ongoing research in solar physics continuously advances and deepens our
understanding of basic physical processes operating in the solar
interior, atmosphere and wind, and contributes to uncovering the
solar-terrestrial relations and forecasting space weather. The main
objective of this special issue of Advances in Space Research (ASR)
is to highlight recent findings achieved in different branches of Solar
Physics. We welcome original and high-quality relevant manuscripts from
all scientists in the solar and heliospheric physics communities. All
submissions must be original papers that meet the quality and
peer-review standards of Advances in Space Research.

Topics to be considered include:

  1. Solar Interior, Dynamo, Large-Scale Flows and the Solar Cycle
  2. The Solar Atmosphere: Heating, Dynamics and Coupling
  3. Fundamental Plasma Processes in the Solar Atmosphere: Magnetic
    Reconnection, Waves, Emission, Particle Acceleration
  4. From Radio to Gamma Rays: Near-Sun Manifestations and Triggering of
    Solar Flares and Coronal Mass Ejections
  5. Solar Effects on the Heliosphere
Instructions for submission:
  1. Go the submission website.
  2. To ensure that all manuscripts are correctly identified for inclusion
    into the special issue you are editing, it is important that authors
    select SI: Solar Physics Advances when they reach the “Article Type”
    step in the submission process.
  3. Deadline for manuscript submission: 30 April 2018 .

All manuscripts will be subject to a standard peer-review process,
including at least two independent reviewers. There are no page limits,
but the length of the paper should be appropriate to the scientific
material being presented. Manuscripts will be accepted on a
paper-by-paper basis and available on-line with a DOI a few days after
acceptance.  All articles will be typeset at no cost to the author,
while a fee will be charged to the authors for colour figures in print,
but not in the electronic version.  Accepted late papers due to
submission delays or protracted refereeing will appear individually in
regular issues of ASR.

On behalf of the Guest Editors Dr. Georgoulis, Dr. Kontar and the ASR.
Co-editor for Special Issues, Dr. Peggy Ann Shea.

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