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Weather and climate responses to solar variations

Weather and climate responses to solar variations

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Published by Colorado Associated University Press in Boulder .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Climatology -- Congresses,
  • Solar activity -- Congresses.,
  • Weather -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Billy M. McCormac.
    ContributionsMcCormac, Billy Murray.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC883.2S6 W32 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination626 p. :
    Number of Pages626
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14858876M
    ISBN 10087081138

    Mecherikunnel, A. Correlations of atmospheric dynamics with solar wind induced changes of air-Earth current density into cloud tops. Allowing for this temperature lag, an outstanding aa peak around could explain the high global temperature in Both coasts have a climate resembling the continental during the season when the wind is blowing from the interior of the continent. After the geomagnetic aa data show a steep decline comparable to the decrease between andfollowed by falling temperatures from through in spite of growing anthropogenic CO2 emissions. The original data were subjected to repeated three-point smoothing.

    In:Stephenson, F. Extreme solar events can affect electrical devices. Arctic paleoclimate, in particular, has linked total solar irradiance variations and climate variability. When Svensmark compared these data with temperature in the Northern Hemisphere, his results were corroborated.

    The researchers found a time lag between variations in solar irradiance and atmospheric pressure patterns of about one to two years, which can be explained by an interaction between the atmosphere and the ocean. The lag varies from 4 to 8 years. The sun's influence could clearly be identified in the so-called North Atlantic Oscillation, which is roughly speaking the pressure difference between the Azores high and the Iceland low. Jones P. Climatic Change 37, So global temperature should fall at a faster rate than after temperatur maximum 5.


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The decline in the aa curve after maximum 7 is steeper than after maximum 5. Mayaud, P. The Trellis Weather and climate responses to solar variations book also demonstrates how the correlation develops over time.

Nevertheless there are options to predict the development of key parameters on such long time scales. After the shift, the record of yearly means is reduced from to data points as the data lost by shifting cannot be replaced.

Climate models have been unable to reproduce the rapid warming observed in recent decades when they only consider variations in total solar irradiance and volcanic activity. The panels show scatter plots for different classes of aa. It has the fingerprints of the greenhouse effect.

Figure 1. Tinsley, B. If Svensmark could show in detail in his laboratory experiments, planned in cooperation with CERN, how galactic cosmic rays, regulated by the solar wind, affect cloud development, we would even have to concede Weather and climate responses to solar variations book the energy of starlight is sufficient to affect climate.

During this period, winters in Europe were longer and colder by about 1 C than they are today. Mayaud, P. For latitudes poleward of This amount is comparable to the power consumption of a typical electric heater.

Geomagnetic activity leads temperature by 4 to 8 years. Milankovitch cycle variations Some variations in insolation are not due to solar changes but rather due to the Earth moving closer or further from the Sun, or changes in the latitudinal distribution of radiation.

Over the past century, Earth's average temperature has increased by approximately 0. Science The correlation between temperature and the length of the year sunspot cycle, established by Friis-Christensen and Lassenonly covers land air temperature. The t-test can be applied as both of the time series are close to a normal distribution.

Almost no sunspots were observed on the sun's surface during the period from to In: Me Cormac, B. Stolov, H. Even small changes in these parameters can affect climate.

The corresponding change in radiative forcing is in the range 0. They found that, as the sun's output reaches a peak, the small amount of extra sunshine over several years causes a slight increase in local atmospheric heating, especially across parts of the tropical and subtropical Pacific where Sun-blocking clouds are normally scarce.

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