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Title: Remote sensing of geomagnetic field and applications to climate prediction
Authors: Selvam AMary 
Keywords: Atmospheric electricity - theory;earth - magnetism;meteorology - climatology, atmospheric eddy dynamics theory;geomagnetic field lines, geophysics
Issue Date: 1987
Publisher: Digest - International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS)
IEEE, New York, NY, USA
Project: IGARSS '87. Remote Sensing: Understanding the Earth as a System 
Ann Arbor, MI, USA 
Abstract: A universal theory of atmospheric eddy dynamics is presented which shows that the global geomagnetic field, atmospheric electric field, and weather systems are manifestations of a semipermanent scale-invariant hierarchical atmospheric eddy continuum. The scale-invariant energy structure for the atmospheric eddy continuum is documented and discussed. Quantitative equations are derived to show that the full continuum of atmospheric eddies exists as a unified whole and originates from buoyant energy supply from frictional turbulence at the planetary surface. Large eddy growth occurs from turbulence scale by the universal period doubling route to chaos.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/7064
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