Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics
The journal Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics publishes original scientific research and review articles on vital issues in the physics of the earthâ€™s atmosphere and hydrosphere, and climate theory. The journal throws light on recent investigations into physical processes in the atmosphere and ocean that control climate, weather, and their changes, which have possible practical applications. It also gives space to the discussion of results obtained in studies in various fields of oceanic and atmospheric physics, such as the dynamics of gas and water media, interaction of the atmosphere with the ocean and land surfaces, turbulence theory, heat balance and radiation processes, remote sensing and optics of both media, natural and man-induced climate changes, and the state of the atmosphere and ocean. The journal publishes papers on research techniques, current information on events in the physics of the atmosphere and ocean, conference proceedings, book reviews, and more.
E. V. Kaplya (December 2016)
Studying Atmospheric Processes from Space
S. A. Shishigin (December 2016)
Stydying Seas and Oceans from Space
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