Special Issue: Seismic anisotropy and shear-wave splitting: Achievements and perspectives


Seismic anisotropy has played a crucial role in investigating the Earth’s interior from the upper crust to the inner core and is a useful tool to study dynamic processes in the Earth’s interior. Shear-wave splitting, one of the most effective way to study seismic anisotropy, can identify the properties and the geodynamics of the upper mantle analyzing core phases, such as SKS and PKS.

Vol. 64 No. 4 (2021)

Published: 2021-11-16

Westward Drift of Ionospheric Plasma Irregularities over a Low to Mid-latitude Transition Region in Indian Sector

Aashiq Hussain Bhat, Bilal Ahmad Ganaie, T K Ramkumar, Manzoor A Malik, P Pavan Chaitanya


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Managing Director: Valeria De Paola 

Editor in Chief: Paola De Michelis

Editorial Board: Lucilla Alfonsi, Maria Elina Belardinelli, Andrea Bizzarri, Fabio Caratori Tontini, Carlo Cardellini, Annalisa Cherchi, Corrado Cimarelli, Gaetano Festa, Arnau Folch, Irene Molinari, Paola Montone, Barbara Orecchio, Michael Pezzopane, Alessio Piatanesi, Eugenio Sansosti, Enrico Scoccimarro, Enrico Serpelloni.

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