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Extraterrestrial Influence on Climate ChangeCosmic Ray Variation and Environmental Change

Extraterrestrial Influence on Climate Change: Cosmic Ray Variation and Environmental Change [Influence of star flare on Sun-Earth environment leading Snowfall Influence of star flares during low Kp and low Efflux condition of Sun-Earth Environment may have produced further sudden drop in magnetic field and Efflux in Sun-Earth environment. This may have caused by repulsion of magnetic field in Sun-Earth Environment and star flares. Time varying ionospheric currents caused by geomagnetic storms originating from the star-Sun-Earth environment induced electron flux in the Earth’s atmosphere. Ionospheric current variation has direct influence on atmospheric temperature.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Extraterrestrial Influence on Climate ChangeCosmic Ray Variation and Environmental Change

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Publisher
Springer India
Copyright
© The Author(s) 2013
ISBN
978-81-322-0729-0
Pages
31 –40
DOI
10.1007/978-81-322-0730-6_5
Publisher site
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Abstract

[Influence of star flare on Sun-Earth environment leading Snowfall Influence of star flares during low Kp and low Efflux condition of Sun-Earth Environment may have produced further sudden drop in magnetic field and Efflux in Sun-Earth environment. This may have caused by repulsion of magnetic field in Sun-Earth Environment and star flares. Time varying ionospheric currents caused by geomagnetic storms originating from the star-Sun-Earth environment induced electron flux in the Earth’s atmosphere. Ionospheric current variation has direct influence on atmospheric temperature.]

Published: Aug 22, 2012

Keywords: Solar System; Solar Eclipse; Total Solar Irradiance; Interstellar Dust; Dust Shell

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