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Solar total and spectral irradiance: Modelling and a possible impact on climate

@inproceedings{Krivova2003SolarTA,
  title={Solar total and spectral irradiance: Modelling and a possible impact on climate},
  author={Natalie A. Krivova and Sami K. Solanki},
  year={2003}
}
There is growing evidence that solar variability influences the Earth’s climate, although the underlying mechanism is not yet understood. Variations in the solar total and spectral irradiance often play a central role within various processes that have been suggested. Whereas changes in the total irradiance can affect the overall energy balance of the Earth’s atmosphere, variations in its spectral distribution, in particular in the UV, have a pronounced effect on the chemistry of the Earth’s… 
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