Impact of variations in solar activity on hydrological decadal patterns in northern Italy

@inproceedings{Zanchettin2008ImpactOV,
  title={Impact of variations in solar activity on hydrological decadal patterns in northern Italy},
  author={Davide Zanchettin and Angelo Rubino and Pietro Traverso and Mario Tomasino},
  year={2008}
}
[1] Using spectral and statistical analyses of discharges and basin average precipitation rates acquired over the Po River since the early 1800s, we investigate the impact of variations in solar activity on hydrological decadal patterns over northern Italy. Wet and dry periods appear to alternate in accordance with polarized sunspot cycles. Intriguingly, a solar signature on Po River discharges is detected to be highly significant since the late 1800s, before the onset of sunspots hyperactivity… CONTINUE READING

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