Long‐Term Variations in Solar Wind Parameters, Magnetopause Location, and Geomagnetic Activity Over the Last Five Solar Cycles

@inproceedings{Samsonov2019LongTermVI,
  title={Long‐Term Variations in Solar Wind Parameters, Magnetopause Location, and Geomagnetic Activity Over the Last Five Solar Cycles},
  author={A. A. Samsonov and Yulia V. Bogdanova and Graziella Branduardi-Raymont and Jana Safrankova and Zdeněk Nem̌ecěk and J.‐S. Park},
  year={2019}
}
18 We use both solar wind observations and empirical magnetopause models to recon19 struct time series of the magnetopause standoff distance for nearly five solar cycles. Since 20 the average annual interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) Bz is about zero, and the an21 nual IMF cone angle varies between 54.0◦ and 61.2◦, the magnetopause standoff distance 22 on this time scale depends mostly on the solar wind dynamic pressure. The annual IMF 23 magnitude well correlates with the sunspot number (SSN… CONTINUE READING

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