1 edition of Solar and geophysical events, 1960-1965. found in the catalog.
Solar and geophysical events, 1960-1965.
|Statement||compiled by J.V. Lincoln. General editor, A.C. Strickland.|
|Series||Special Committee for the International Years of the Quiet Sun. Annals of the IQSY -- v.2.|
|Contributions||Lincoln, J. Virginia. comp., Strickland, A. C., ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 297 p.|
|Number of Pages||297|
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Get this from a library. Solar and geophysical events, (calendar record). [J Virginia Lincoln; A C Strickland;]. Title: Annals of the IQSY, Vol._2: Solar and geophysical events, _-_ Authors: Lincoln, J. V.; Stickland, A. Publication: Annals of the IQSY, Vol._2: Solar. Solar and Geophysical Events – (Calendar Record) J.
Lincoln, A. Stickland, and International Years of the Quiet Sun Decembrought to a close the International years of the Quiet Sun (IQSY ). The daily Solar and Geophysical Activity Summary is a brief list of solar and geophysical events and indices for the previous UTC day, including energetic solar flares, proton events, geomagnetic activity, and stratospheric warming alerts.
This is a joint product of NOAA and the USAF, and is issued daily at UTC. This book is of value to geophysicists and researchers. Show less Annals of the International Geophysical Year, Volume IGY Calendar Record: 1960-1965.
book Instruction Manual presents various indices and highlights of the solar, geophysical and associated events which took place during the IGY, a period of intensified observation of the earth and its.
Annals of the International Geophysical Year, Vol Part III: Calendar Record for the International Geophysical Cooperation is a three-chapter text that presents various indices and highlights of the solar, geophysical and associated events which took place during This volume is a companion to the IGY Calendar Record.
Geophysical constraints on the reliability of solar and wind power in the United States. Abstract. We analyze 36 years of global, hourly weather data (–) to quantify the covariability of solar and wind resources as a function of time and location, over multi-decadal time scales and up Cited by: Journal of Geophysical Research () Partnered Journals.
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Articles of general interest on the solar-terrestrial environment and its effects on various technical systems are. Decembrought to a close the International years of the Quiet Sun (IQSY ). The rich harvest of scientific results produced by this intensive study of the vast region between the sun and the earth will be published in a series of about 7 volumes, of which this is the second, under the general title of Annals of the IQSY.
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