Role of the solar main magnetic dipole field in the solar-tropospheric relations. Part II. Dependence on the types of solar sources

Baranyi, T.; Ludmány, A.

Two criteria have previously been reported for efficient solar-tropospheric relations through corpuscular channels: the appropriate Sun-Earth attitude (equinoxes) and the mutual orientations of the terrestrial and solar main magnetic dipole fields. The effect also depends on the geographical position. The present paper reports a further criterion. The solar-meteorological correlations also depend on the solar origin of the given corpuscular impact: disturbances originating from the polar and equatorial regions release opposite behaviours. We conclude that the solar-meteorological relations can only be described by taking into account the specific spatial situations and polarity distributions.

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Baranyi, T. / Ludmány, A.: Role of the solar main magnetic dipole field in the solar-tropospheric relations. Part II. Dependence on the types of solar sources. 1995. Springer Verlag.

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