Solar activity during the last 1000 yr inferred from radionuclide records

@inproceedings{Muscheler2007SolarAD,
  title={Solar activity during the last 1000 yr inferred from radionuclide records},
  author={Raimund Muscheler and Fortunat Joos and James Anthony Beer and Simon Andreas Mueller and Maura Valeria Vonmoos and Ian F. Snowball},
  year={2007}
}
Identification of the causes of past climate change requires detailed knowledge of one of the most important natural factors-solar forcing. Prior to the period of direct solar observations, radionuclide abundances in natural archives provide the best-known proxies for changes in solar activity. Here we present two independent reconstructions of changes in solar activity during the last 1000 yr, which are inferred from Be-10 and C-14 records. We analyse the tree-ring C-14 data (SHCal, IntCa104… CONTINUE READING
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