"...an excellent reference for researchers in the field of aeronomy and graduate students who are planning to study aeronomy." EOS
"...collects in one place information that is scattered in the literature and is useful for researchers and students who want to learn about the complex chemistry and dynamics of the highest part of the atmosphere." H. Nieuwenhuijzen, Space Science Reviews
A multitude of processes that operate in the upper atmosphere are revealed by detailed physical and mathematical descriptions of the interactions of particles and radiation, temperatures, spectroscopy and dynamics.