By J. D. Huba, R. W. Schunk, G. V. Khazanov
Published by way of the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Geophysical Monograph sequence, quantity 201.
Modeling the Ionosphere-Thermosphere System brings jointly for the 1st time an in depth description of the physics of the IT method at the side of numerical strategies to unravel the complicated process of equations that describe the procedure, in addition to problems with present curiosity. quantity highlights comprise discussions of:
- Physics of the ionosphere and thermosphere IT method, and the numerical easy methods to clear up the fundamental equations of the IT system
- The physics and numerical easy methods to ascertain the worldwide electrodynamics of the IT system
- The reaction of the IT approach to forcings from under (i.e., the decrease surroundings) and from above (i.e., the magnetosphere)
- The physics and numerical tips on how to version ionospheric irregularities
- Data assimilation recommendations, comparability of version effects to information, weather variability experiences, and functions to house weather
Providing a transparent description of the physics of the program in numerous tutorial-like articles, Modeling the Ionosphere-Thermosphere System is of worth to the higher surroundings technological know-how group ordinarily. Chapters describing information of the numerical tools used to resolve the equations that describe the IT method make the quantity important to either lively researchers within the box and students.
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