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Solar dynamo as host power pacemaker of the Earth global climate

  title={Solar dynamo as host power pacemaker of the Earth global climate},
  author={Vitaliy D. Rusov and Elena Linnik and Vladimir N. Vaschenko and Strachimir Cht. Mavrodiev and Margarita E. Beglaryan and Tatiana N. Zelentsova and Victor A. Tarasov and D. A. Litvinov and Vladimir P. Smolyar and Boyko I. Vachev},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
It is known that the so-called problem of solar power pacemaker related to possible existence of some hidden but key mechanism of energy influence of the Sun on fundamental geophysical processes is one of the principal and puzzling problems of modern climatology. The "tracks" of this mechanism have been shown up in different problems of solar-terrestrial physics for a long time and, in particular, in climatology, where the solar-climate variability is stably observed. However, the mechanisms by… 
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