The Ionospheric respond of the 15 January 2022 Tonga Eruption and Tsunami
The 15 January 2022 eruption of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai in the Tonga Islands was unprecedented in modern times. It was one of the largest volcanic explosions of the instrumental era and also caused atmospheric shockwaves that circled the globe. The eruption produced a tsunami that traveled throughout the Pacific and was also observed at locations in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. We welcome papers on the eruption, the atmospheric waves, any sources and characteristics of the tsunami, remote or nearby measurements of any of the associated phenomena, as well as threat assessment and communications and impacts.
Demand for collaboration:
The Ionospheric Total electron content (TEC) data near Tonga Islands for 1 month before The 15 January 2022 and after 1 month before The 15 January 2022 is needed.
Ionospheric respond was found using AI method
The co-operator that can give me corresponding Total electron content (TEC) data is needed.
Academic papers submitted in SCI indexed journals, such as AGU and EGU.