Principles Of Heliophysics: a textbook on the universal processes behind planetary habitability

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Title: Principles Of Heliophysics: a textbook on the universal processes behind planetary habitability
Authors: Schrijver, K
Bagenal, F
Bastian, T
Beer, J
Bisi, M
Bogdan, T
Bougher, S
Boteler, D
Brain, D
Brasseur, G
Brownlee, D
Charbonneau, P
Cohen, O
Christensen, U
Crowley, T
Fischer, D
Forbes, T
Fuller-Rowell, T
Galand, M
Giacalone, J
Gloeckler, G
Gosling, J
Green, J
Guetersloh, S
Hansteen, V
Hartmann, L
Horanyi, M
Hudson, H
Jakowski, N
Jokipii, R
Kivelson, M
Krauss-Varban, D
Krupp, N
Lean, J
Linsky, J
Longcope, D
Marsh, D
Miesch, M
Moldwin, M
Moore, L
Odenwald, S
Opher, M
Osten, R
Rempel, M
Schmidt, H
Siscoe, G
Siskind, D
Smith, C
Solomon, S
Stallard, T
Stanley, S
Sojka, J
Tobiska, K
Toffoletto, F
Tribble, A
Vasyliunas, V
Walterscheid, R
Wang, J
Wood, B
Woods, T
Zapp, N
Item Type: Working Paper
Abstract: This textbook gives a perspective of heliophysics in a way that emphasizes universal processes from a perspective that draws attention to what provides Earth (and similar (exo-)planets) with a relatively stable setting in which life as we know it can thrive. The book is intended for students in physical sciences in later years of their university training and for beginning graduate students in fields of solar, stellar, (exo-)planetary, and planetary-system sciences.
Issue Date: 31-Oct-2019
Publisher: arXiv
Copyright Statement: © 2019 The Author(s)
Sponsor/Funder: Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC)
Funder's Grant Number: ST/N000692/1
Keywords: astro-ph.SR
Notes: 419 pages, 119 figures, and 200 "activities" in the form of problems, exercises, explorations, literature readings, and "what if" challenges
Publication Status: Published
Appears in Collections:Space and Atmospheric Physics

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