Long-term Spatial and Temporal Variations of Aurora Borealis Events in the Period 1700 – 1905

@article{Vazquez2014LongtermSA,
  title={Long-term Spatial and Temporal Variations of Aurora Borealis Events in the Period 1700 – 1905},
  author={M. Vazquez and J. Vaquero and M. C. Gallego},
  journal={Solar Physics},
  year={2014},
  volume={289},
  pages={1843-1861}
}
  • M. Vazquez, J. Vaquero, M. C. Gallego
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • Solar Physics
  • Catalogues and other records of aurora-borealis events were used to study the long-term spatial and temporal variation of these phenomena in the period from 1700 to 1905 in the Northern Hemisphere. For this purpose, geographic and geomagnetic coordinates were assigned to approximately 27 000 auroral events with more than 80 000 observations. They were analyzed separately in three large-scale areas: i) Europe and North Africa, ii) North America, and iii) Asia. There was a clear need to fill some… CONTINUE READING
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