Day-to-Day Variability of the Thermosphere and Ionosphere

Huixin Liu, Yosuke Yamazaki, Jiuhou Lei

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Day-to-day variability is an intricate aspect of the ionosphere and thermosphere (IT) system. Its ubiquitous but random presence makes it difficult to track down and hard to predict, presenting a serious challenge for both theoretical understanding and space weather forecasting. We currently understand the day-to-day variability as being externally driven by three different forces: (1) solar radiation, (2) solar wind/geomagnetic storms, and (3) upward propagating atmospheric waves generated in the meteorological regime. This chapter reviews the characteristics of day-to-day variability revealed in recent years. We note that our knowledge on the day-to-day variability is highly limited, and a systematic picture of such variability across an array of major IT parameters (e.g., plasma density and drift, thermosphere density, wind, and temperature) is yet to be achieved.

本文言語英語
ホスト出版物のタイトルSpace Physics and Aeronomy, Upper Atmosphere Dynamics and Energetics
出版社wiley
ページ275-300
ページ数26
ISBN(電子版)9781119815631
ISBN(印刷版)9781119507567
DOI
出版ステータス出版済み - 1月 1 2021

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