The Radio Science Bulletin
The Radio Science Bulletin (published quarterly in March, June, September and December) contains scientific articles covering the fields of interest of the ten scientific commissions of URSI. Emphasis lies on non-specialised contributions that are oriented towards the radioscientist community.
The Radio Science Bulletin also contains items of information concerning the activities of URSI; such as notices relating to past and future scientific symposia, announcements about the activities of the Board of Officers and the Scientific Commissions and the Working Groups of URSI, reports on relevant decisions of other ICSU organisations, as well as book reviews, and historical articles of interest to radioscientists.
Lists of the names and addresses of the Officers of URSI appear each year in the December issue. The Radio Science Bulletin has not been available in printed form since 2012, following a decision taken by the URSI Council at the Istanbul GASS.
URSI Radio Science Letters
URSI Radio Science Letters (RSL) is an electronic journal owned and operated by URSI. It was started in 2019 and its purpose is to rapidly publish original and previously unpublished scientific research work in all areas of radio science, in the form of short contributions that are rigorously reviewed. The journal is open access and will be published only in electronic format, one volume per calendar year. Each accepted contribution will be identified by volume number, year of publication, page numbers, and DOI. Each reviewed and accepted paper will be published as soon as full editing is completed. The URSI Board has appointed Prof. Piergiorgio L. E. Uslenghi as the first Editor-in-Chief (EIC) of the RSL.
The Radio Science Journal, sponsored by URSI and published by the American Geophysical Union, contains original articles on all aspects of electromagnetic phenomena related to physical problems. It covers the propagation through and interaction of electromagnetic waves with geophysical media, biological media, plasmas, and man-made structures.