Solar influences on global change
National Academy Press, 1994 - Nature - 163 pages
In a series of reports over the past decade, the National Research Council has outlined a broad scientific agenda to advance our understanding of the processes of global change. These studies stimulated and nourished the evolution of international efforts centered on the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program and the World Climate Research Program and in our own country supported the development of the U.S. Global Change Research Program.
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SOLAR VARIATIONS AND CLIMATE CHANGE
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11-year solar cycle ACRIM active regions AE-E altitude anthropogenic auroral biosphere chromospheric climate change climate system cosmic rays coupling cycle 22 data base decade dynamical Earth system Earth's atmosphere Earth's surface Earth's upper atmosphere effects electric emission energetic particles faculae Figure geomagnetic Geophys Geophysical global change research greenhouse gases ground based indicate influences on global instruments ionosphere Little Ice Age long term lower atmosphere magnetic field magnetosphere Maunder Minimum maximum measurements mesosphere middle atmosphere models modulation observations orbital ozone paleoclimate percent plasma predict radiative forcing record relativistic electrons rotation Rottman satellite scales solar activity solar activity cycle solar cycle solar energy inputs solar forcing solar influences solar proton events solar radiative output solar UV solar variability solar wind space spacecraft stratosphere studies Sun-like stars Sun's sunspot number temperature terrestrial thermosphere total solar irradiance troposphere UARS understanding USGCRP UV irradiance UV radiation wavelengths