Climate: How unusual is today's solar activity?

@article{Muscheler2005ClimateHU,
  title={Climate: How unusual is today's solar activity?},
  author={R. Muscheler and F. Joos and Simon A. M{\"u}ller and I. Snowball},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2005},
  volume={436},
  pages={E3-E4}
}
  • R. Muscheler, F. Joos, +1 author I. Snowball
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine, Environmental Science
  • Nature
  • Arising from: S. K. Solanki, I. G. Usoskin, B. Kromer, M. Schüssler & J. Beer 431, 1084–1087 (2004); Solanki et al. reply.To put global warming into context requires knowledge about past changes in solar activity and the role of the Sun in climate change. Solanki et al. propose that solar activity during recent decades was exceptionally high compared with that over the preceding 8,000 years. However, our extended analysis of the radiocarbon record reveals several periods during past centuries… CONTINUE READING
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