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Solar-terrestrial physics

  • The Sun's Influence on Climateby Joanna D. Haigh; Peter Cargill

    Princeton University Press 2015; US$ 29.95

    The Earth?s climate system depends entirely on the Sun for its energy. Solar radiation warms the atmosphere and is fundamental to atmospheric composition, while the distribution of solar heating across the planet produces global wind patterns and contributes to the formation of clouds, storms, and rainfall. The Sun?s Influence on Climate provides... more...

  • Solar Variability and Planetary Climatesby Y. Calisesi; R.-M. Bonnet; L. Gray; J. Langen; M. Lockwood

    Springer New York 2007; US$ 269.00

    2 With a global average irradiance of 342 W/m , the Sun is by far the largest source of energy for planet Earth. In comparison, the internal energy produced by Earth 2 itself is only about 0. 087 W/m (Pollack et al. , 1993), which in turn is 3. 5 times 2 larger than the 0. 025 W/m of heat produced by the burning of fossil fuels. About 31% (31 units)... more...

  • Space Weather, Environment and Societiesby Jean Lilensten; Jean Bornarel

    Springer Netherlands 2006; US$ 159.00

    Our planet exists within a space environment affected by constantly changing solar atmosphere producing cosmic particles and electromagnetic waves. This "space weather" profoundly influences the performance of our technology because we primarily use two means for transmitting information and energy; namely, electromagnetic waves and electricity. On... more...

  • Multiscale Coupling of Sun-Earth Processesby A.T.Y. Lui; Y. Kamide; G. Consolini

    Elsevier Science 2005; US$ 205.00

    Many approaches exist for scientific investigations and space research is no exception. The early approach during which each space plasma region within the Sun-Earth system was investigated separately with physics-based tools has now progressed to encompass investigations on coupling between these regions. Ample evidence now exists indicating the dynamic... more...

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