4 edition of The Earth"s Climate and Variability of the Sun Over Recent Millenia found in the catalog.
The Earth"s Climate and Variability of the Sun Over Recent Millenia
J. C. Pecker
January 25, 1991
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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(3) Over longer periods, such as the 20th century, or going back say years, variability of the Sun might have played a role in climate variability but we have no direct measurements of solar. Lockwood and Fröhlich, , found "considerable evidence for solar influence on the Earth's pre-industrial climate and the Sun may well have been a factor in post-industrial climate change in the first half of the last century", but that "over the past 20 years, all the trends in the Sun that could have had an influence on the Earth's climate.
The Sun and Climate by Judith Lean and David Rind. Of the many objects in the universe, only two are essential for life as we know it: the Earth itself, and the Sun: the star around which it circles, year after year. Burning steadily in stable, middle age, the Sun--now about five billion years old--provides an unfailing source of light and energy. How The Sun Could Control Earth’s Temperature. Introduction: The Holy Grail of climatology has always been to ascertain whether, and if so how, the sun might affect the Earth’s energy budget to cause the climate swings observed throughout history despite the apparent inadequacy of the tiny variations in Total Solar Irradiance (TSI) that occur from one series of solar cycles to another. The Sun Affects Climate Climate can change if there is a change in the amount of solar energy that gets to Earth. Changes to the cycle of solar activity, called the year solar cycle, can cause a small impact on climate, too small to be the cause of recent climate change.
Climate, Life, and Earth. The geological record shows that climate is relatively stable over tectonic time-scales while undergoing abrupt changes in periods as short as decades or millenia. Past periods when the planet underwent extreme climate conditions may help to understand the mechanisms behind that behavior. Variations in solar activity, at least as observed in numbers of sunspots, have been apparent since ancient times but to what extent solar variability may affect global climate has been far more controversial. The subject had been in and out of fashion for at least two centuries but the current need to distinguish between natural and anthropogenic causes of climate change has brought it again Cited by: Earth’s climate controlled by magnetic variations on the sun, new paper suggests Octo by Robert Cornelis (Kees) de Jager and Hans Nieuwenhuijzen from the Space Research Organisation of the Netherlands have analysed the dependence of global earth temperature on the suns’ magnetic fields (rather than the number of sunspots).
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