Evidences for a shift in barometric pressure, air temperature and rainfall patterns circa 1920, and its possible relation to solar activity

  • Norma Sánchez Santillán Depto. El Hombre y su Ambiente. UAM-Xochimilco.
  • Alfonso Esquivel Herrera Depto. El Hombre y su Ambiente. UAM-Xochimilco.
  • Rubén Sánchez-Trejo Depto. El Hombre y su Ambiente. UAM-Xochimilco.
Palabras clave: Climatic reversal, climatic variability, sunspots

Resumen

A survey of 300 metereological stations worlwide located showed that nearly half of the stations presented a pattern change in the corelations between the sunspot number and barometric pressure, air temperature and precipitatio, around 1920. This change was mainly  fom a negative correlation to a positive correlation. Furthermore, we also found strong correlations between sunspots and pressure and precipitation in both tropical and extratropical latitudes; for the temperature the strong correlations appear mainly in extratropical zones.

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Sánchez Santillán, N., Esquivel Herrera, A., & Sánchez-Trejo, R. (1). Evidences for a shift in barometric pressure, air temperature and rainfall patterns circa 1920, and its possible relation to solar activity. HIDROBIOLÓGICA, 12(1), 29-36. Recuperado a partir de https://hidrobiologica.izt.uam.mx/index.php/revHidro/article/view/1069
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