The Scientific Online Letters on the Atmosphere (SOLA) is an international Open Access journal published by the Meteorological Society of Japan. It aims to publish peer-reviewed short scientific papers in the atmospheric and related interdisciplinary sciences.The pronunciation of "SOLA" sounds similar to a Japanese word "sora" meaning the sky in English.
This journal is available online at J-STAGE (Open Access).
(J-STAGE SOLA home)
(The list of top cited articles is from Clarivate Analytics's Web of Knowledge.)
- Please be advised that SOLA have made some important change to the policy in 2018.
- Congratulations on the SOLA Award 2018!
We are pleased to announce that The SOLA Award in 2018 is going to be presented to the following papers:
Kosuke Ito et al., Analysis and forecast using dropsonde data from the inner-core region of Tropical Cyclone Lan (2017) obtained during the first aircraft missions of T-PARCII, SOLA, VOL.14, 105−110, doi: 10.2151/sola.2018-018.
- Call for Papers:“Extreme Rainfall Events in 2017 and 2018”in the Special Edition/Collection of Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan (JMSJ) and Scientific Online Letters on the Atmosphere (SOLA)
- Shimpo et al., Primary Factors behind the Heavy Rain Event of July 2018 and the Subsequent Heat Wave in Japan, SOLA, 2019, VOL.15A,doi:10.2151/sola.15A-003
- Takemi T., Impacts of Global Warming on Extreme Rainfall of a Slow-Moving Typhoon: A Case Study for Typhoon Talas (2011), SOLA, 2019, VOL.15,doi:10.2151/sola.2019-023
- Bui et al., Convective Structure Changes over the Equatorial Pacific with Highly Increased Precipitation under Global Warming Simulated in the HiRAM, SOLA, 2019, VOL.15,doi:10.2151/sola.2019-022
- Doan et al., Usability and challenges of offshore wind energy in Vietnam revealed by the regional climate model simulation, SOLA, 2019, VOL.15,doi:10.2151/sola.2019-021
- Nosaka et al., Influence of the temporal resolution of sea surface temperature on winter precipitation over the coastal area of the Sea of Japan, SOLA, VOL.15,doi:10.2151/sola.2019-020
Most Cited Articles
- Yatagai et al., A 44-Year Daily Gridded Precipitation Dataset for Asia Based on a Dense Network of Rain Gauges, 2009, VOL.5, 137-140, doi:10.2151/sola.2009-035
- Yokota et al., Global Concentrations of CO2 and CH4 Retrieved from GOSAT: First Preliminary Results, 2009, VOL.5, 160-163, doi:10.2151/sola.2009-041
- Ebita et al., The Japanese 55-year Reanalysis "JRA-55": An Interim Report, 2011, VOL.7, 149-152, doi:10.2151/sola.2011-038