Evidence of Lunar Phase Influence on Global Surface Air Temperatures

  • E. Anyamba

Abstract

Intraseasonal oscillations appearing in a newly available 20-year record of satellite-derived surface air temperature are composited with respect to the lunar phase. Polar regions exhibit strong lunar phase modulation with higher temperatures occuring near full moon and lower temperatures at new moon, in agreement with previous studies. The polar response… (More)

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@inproceedings{AnyambaEvidenceOL, title={Evidence of Lunar Phase Influence on Global Surface Air Temperatures}, author={E. Anyamba} }