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Solar Modulation Of Atmospheric Electrification And Possible Implications For The Sun–weather Relationship

R. Markson
Published 1978 · Environmental Science

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Atmospheric electrical processes may help explain statistical findings indicating that variable solar activity, such as solar flares or the Earth's position in the extended solar magnetic field, affects the weather. An atmospheric electrical mechanism bypasses difficulties associated with solar heating mechanisms. Understanding Sun–weather relationships offers a basis for long range weather forecasting.
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