Global circuit response to the 11-year solar cycle: Changes in source or in medium?
Source of Publication
International Conference on Atmospheric Electricity, ICAE 2014
© International Conference on Atmospheric Electricity, ICAE 2014 Modifications to both the DC and AC global circuits are considered on both short time scales and on the 11-year solar cycle time scale. New long-term records of Schumann resonances are considered as documentation of the AC global circuit. In most cases, changes in the medium of the global circuit provide a better qualitative explanation than intrinsic source changes (i.e., lightning and electrified clouds) for the variations in the global circuit. Further work is needed with the quantitative details.
International Commission on Atmospheric Electricity, ICAE
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Atmospheric electricity; Timing circuits; 11-year solar cycle; Further works; Global circuit; Long term records; Schumann resonances; Short time scale; Solar energy
Williams, Earle; Guha, Anirban; Boldi, Robert; Satori, Gabriella; Koloskov, Alexander; and Yampolski, Yuri, "Global circuit response to the 11-year solar cycle: Changes in source or in medium?" (2014). All Works. 1783.
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