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Title: Why is geomagnetic activity during the ending years of a solar cycle well correlated to the maximum of the next cycle?
Authors: Gokhale, M. H
Keywords: Solar Cycle;Solar Magnetic Fields;Geomagnetic Activity;Solar Cycle Theory
Issue Date: Nov-1979
Publisher: Indian Institute of Astrophysics
Citation: Kodaikanal Observatory Bulletins Series A, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp 222–223
Abstract: The two component nature of the solar activity cycle as resulting from the shock-transition model of the solar magnetic cycle, provides for a correlation between a measure of coronal hole formations during the ending years of one solar cycle and the maximum annual sunspot number R/submax of the next cycle. This might account for the observed correlation between the geomagnetic activity during the last few years of one cycle and the R/submax of the next cycle.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2248/5031
ISSN: 0374-3632
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