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Paper: Sun and Space Weather Influence on Global Temperature by the Agency of Cosmic Rays during the Solar Cycles 19-23
Volume: 504, Coimbra Solar Physics Meeting: Ground-based Solar Observations in the Space Instrumentation Era
Page: 265
Authors: Biktash, L.
Abstract: In this study sunspot numbers (SSN), interplanetary magnetic field B (IMF B) and cosmic ray variations have been compared with global temperature variations from 1954 to the end 2006. It is shown that the long-term cosmic ray count rate variations in 19-23 solar cycles were modulated by solar activity and by the IMF B and were correlated with detrended global temperature variations.
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