Atmospheric changes from solar eclipses.

@article{Aplin2016AtmosphericCF,
  title={Atmospheric changes from solar eclipses.},
  author={K L Aplin and Chris Scott and S L Gray},
  journal={Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={374 2077}
}
This article reviews atmospheric changes associated with 44 solar eclipses, beginning with the first quantitative results available, from 1834 (earlier qualitative accounts also exist). Eclipse meteorology attracted relatively few publications until the total solar eclipse of 16 February 1980, with the 11 August 1999 eclipse producing the most papers. Eclipses passing over populated areas such as Europe, China and India now regularly attract scientific attention, whereas atmospheric… CONTINUE READING
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