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|Title:||Variability of the solar chromospheric network over the solar cycle|
Sivaraman, K. R
|Keywords:||Calcium;K Lines;Line Shape;Network Analysis;Photosphere;Solar Activity;Correlation Coefficients;Periodic Variations;Solar Cycles|
|Citation:||Solar Physics, Vol. 152, No. 1, pp. 139 - 144|
|Abstract:||From a large sample of the Kodaikanal spectroheliograms in the Ca II K line we have studied the variations in the intensity of the network elements over two solar cycles and have estimated their contribution to the overall variability seen in the disk-averaged K line profiles. The relative contribution of the network elements and the bright points to the K-emission are of the order of 25% and 15% respectively. We have shown that the area of the network elements is anti-correlated with the solar activity, and it increases by about 24% during the solar minimum compared to the maximum period.|
|Appears in Collections:||IIAP Publications|
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