The Hidden Link Between Earth s Magnetic Field and Climate

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The Hidden Link Between Earth   s Magnetic Field and Climate
Author : Kilifarska N.A.
File Size : 53,5 Mb
Publisher : Elsevier
Language : English
Release Date : 19 June 2020
ISBN : 9780128193471
Pages : 230 pages
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The Hidden Link Between Earth’s Magnetic Field and Climate offers a new framework of understanding and interpretation for both well-known and less known relations between different geophysical and meteorological variables which can improve the quality of climate modeling. The book reviews the most current research on both current and paleo data to introduce a causal chain of interactions between the geomagnetic field, energetic particles which bombard the Earth’s atmosphere, ozone and humidity near the tropopause, and surface temperature. The impacts of these complicated interactions is not uniformly distributed over the globe, thus contributing to our understanding of regional differences in climatic changes and the asymmetrical ozone distribution over the globe. Covers the newly discovered autocatalytic cycle for ozone production in the lower stratosphere, providing a better understanding of the heterogeneous distribution of ozone globally Outlines a mechanism for the lower stratospheric ozone influence on the temperature and humidity of the upper troposphere Provides a single resource on research in energetic particles’ modulation by heterogeneous geomagnetic fields, mechanisms of the influence of particles on the atmospheric ozone, and the influence of ozone on climate

The Hidden Link Between Earth   s Magnetic Field and Climate

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