Studies of the Influence of Galactic Cosmic Rays on the Cloud Cover of the Earth. Review of Research in Recent Decades

Authors

  • Irina P. Mkurnalidze
  • Naili I. Kapanadze

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48614/ggs2420213323

Keywords:

Galactic cosmic rays, cloud cover, temperature anomaly, global temperature

Abstract

A review of scientific studies of the existence of the influence of galactic cosmic rays on cloudiness on Earth and, accordingly, on climatic fluctuations is given. Corresponding illustrations are presented.  Describes the work on this topic, carried out in the international center CERN (project "CLOUD"). The article examines the research of the last decades.

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2021-12-30

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Mkurnalidze, I. P. ., & Kapanadze, N. I. . (2021). Studies of the Influence of Galactic Cosmic Rays on the Cloud Cover of the Earth. Review of Research in Recent Decades. JOURNAL OF THE GEORGIAN GEOPHYSICAL SOCIETY, 24(2). https://doi.org/10.48614/ggs2420213323