Geoscience Letters

Official Journal of the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS)

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  1. Review

    A brief history of solar-terrestrial physics in Australia

    Solar-terrestrial physics research in Australia began in 1792 when de Rossel measured the southern hemisphere geomagnetic field at Recherche Bay on the southern tip of Tasmania, proving the field magnitude and...

    B. J. Fraser

    Geoscience Letters 2016 3:23

    Published on: 18 July 2016

  2. Review

    The fast development of solar terrestrial sciences in Taiwan

    In Taiwan, research and education of solar terrestrial sciences began with a ground-based ionosonde operated by Ministry of Communications in 1952 and courses of ionospheric physics and space physics offered b...

    Jann-Yenq Liu, Loren Chee-Wei Chang, Chi-Kuang Chao, Ming-Quey Chen, Yen-Hsyang Chu, Lin-Ni Hau, Chien-Ming Huang, Cheng-Ling Kuo, Lou-Chuang Lee, Ling-Hsiao Lyu, Chia-Hsien Lin, Chen-Jeih Pan, Jih-Hong Shue, Ching-Lun Su, Lung-Chih Tsai, Ya-Hui Yang…

    Geoscience Letters 2016 3:18

    Published on: 23 June 2016

  3. Research Letter

    A GCM with cloud microphysics and its MJO simulation

    The present study examines the Madden and Julian oscillation (MJO) appearing in a general circulation model (GCM) with full representation of cloud microphysics at 50 km horizontal resolution, and the MJO is c...

    In-Sik Kang, Min-Seop Ahn and Young-Min Yang

    Geoscience Letters 2016 3:16

    Published on: 31 May 2016

  4. Research Letter

    Relation of the auroral substorm to the substorm current wedge

    The auroral substorm is an organized sequence of events seen in the aurora near midnight. It is a manifestation of the magnetospheric substorm which is a disturbance of the magnetosphere brought about by the s...

    Robert L. McPherron and Xiangning Chu

    Geoscience Letters 2016 3:12

    Published on: 12 April 2016

  5. Review

    Electrodynamics of ionospheric weather over low latitudes

    The dynamic state of the ionosphere at low latitudes is largely controlled by electric fields originating from dynamo actions by atmospheric waves propagating from below and the solar wind-magnetosphere intera...

    Mangalathayil Ali Abdu

    Geoscience Letters 2016 3:11

    Published on: 18 March 2016

  6. Review

    Classifying Pacific islands

    An earth-science-based classification of islands within the Pacific Basin resulted from the preparation of a database describing the location, area, and type of 1779 islands, where island type is determined as...

    Patrick D. Nunn, Lalit Kumar, Ian Eliot and Roger F. McLean

    Geoscience Letters 2016 3:7

    Published on: 2 March 2016

  7. Review

    Geomagnetic storms: historical perspective to modern view

    The history of geomagnetism is more than 400 years old. Geomagnetic storms as we know them were discovered about 210 years ago. There has been keen interest in understanding Sun–Earth connection events, such a...

    Gurbax S. Lakhina and Bruce T. Tsurutani

    Geoscience Letters 2016 3:5

    Published on: 20 February 2016

  8. Research Letter

    A new parameter of geomagnetic storms for the severity of space weather

    Using the continuous Dst data available since 1957 and H component data for the Carrington space weather event of 1859, the paper shows that the mean value of Dst during the main phase of geomagnetic storms, call...

    N. Balan, I. S. Batista, S. Tulasi Ram and P. K. Rajesh

    Geoscience Letters 2016 3:3

    Published on: 19 February 2016

  9. Research Letter

    Water shortage risk assessment using spatiotemporal flow simulation

    Paddy irrigation practices in Taiwan utilize complicated water conveyance networks which draw streamflows from different tributaries. Characterizing and simulating streamflow series is thus an essential task f...

    Hsin-I Hsieh, Ming-Daw Su, Yii-Chen Wu and Ke-Sheng Cheng

    Geoscience Letters 2016 3:2

    Published on: 9 February 2016

  10. Research Letter

    Dipolarization fronts and magnetic flux transport

    Recent emphasis on dipolarization fronts (DFs) has led to the impression that DFs play a significant role in bringing magnetic flux to the inner magnetosphere during substorms. In this work, we investigate the...

    A. T. Y. Lui

    Geoscience Letters 2015 2:15

    Published on: 18 December 2015

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