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Do we understand the 22-year solar activity cycle ?PATERNO, L.Comptes rendus de l'Académie des sciences. Série IIb, mécanique, physique, astronomie. 1998, Vol 326, Num 6, pp 393-405, issn 1287-4620Article

Confirmation de la loi fondamentale sur la formation des cycles solaires de 22 ansGNEVYSHEV, M. N; OL, A. I.Solnečnye dannye. 1987, Num 8, pp 90-92, issn 0552-5829Article

The peak of solar cycle 22 : predictions in retrospectBROWN, G. M.Annales geophysicae (1988). 1992, Vol 10, Num 7, pp 453-461, issn 0992-7689Conference Paper

Apparition périodique des éruptions dans le cycle solaire de 20/21 ansIKHSANOV, R. N; MILETSKIJ, E. V; PEREGUD, N. L et al.Solnečnye dannye. 1988, Num 4, pp 81-87, issn 0552-5829Article

Streamer belt structure at solar minimaRICHARDSON, J. D; PAULARENA, K. I.Geophysical research letters. 1997, Vol 24, Num 11, pp 1435-1438, issn 0094-8276Article

Variations in total solar irradiance during solar cycle 22CHAPMAN, G. A; COOKSON, A. M; DOBIAS, J. J et al.Journal of geophysical research. 1996, Vol 101, Num A6, pp 13541-13548, issn 0148-0227Article

A prediction for the size of sunspot cycle 22WILSON, R. M.Geophysical research letters. 1988, Vol 15, Num 2, pp 125-128, issn 0094-8276Article

The patterns of the twenty two-year cycle of solar activity in sunspots statistics and in the global magnetic field and activity distributionBUMBA, V.Bulletin of the Astronomical Institutes of Czechoslovakia. 1989, Vol 40, Num 1, pp 17-23, issn 0004-6248Article

Spatial organization of decadal and bidecadal rainfall fluctuations in southern North America and southern South AmericaLUCERO, Omar Abel; RODRIGUEZ, Norma C.Atmospheric research. 2001, Vol 57, Num 4, pp 219-246, issn 0169-8095Article

The 22-year cycle of geomagnetic and solar wind activityCLIVER, E. W; BORIAKOFF, V; BOUNAR, K. H et al.Journal of geophysical research. 1996, Vol 101, Num A12, pp 27091-27109, issn 0148-0227Article

The 22-year variation of geomagnetic activity : implications for the polar magnetic field of the SunRUSSELL, C. T; MULLIGAN, T.Geophysical research letters. 1995, Vol 22, Num 23, pp 3287-3288, issn 0094-8276Article

Components of the 11- and 22-year variation of cosmic raysPOPIELAWSKA, B.Planetary and space science. 1992, Vol 40, Num 6, pp 811-827, issn 0032-0633Article

On forecasting the sunspot numbersKURTHS, J; RUZMAIKIN, A. A.Solar physics. 1990, Vol 126, Num 2, pp 407-410, issn 0038-0938, 4 p.Article

Dynamics of energetic electrons in the radiation beltsTVERSKAYA, L. V.Geophysical monograph. 1996, Vol 97, pp 183-187, issn 0065-8448Article

Annual and solar rotation periodicities in IMF components: Evidence for phase/frequency modulationTAKALO, J; MURSULA, K.Geophysical research letters. 2002, Vol 29, Num 9, pp 31.1-31.4, issn 0094-8276Article

Rigidity dependence of the 11-year variation of the cosmic ray intensity from 0.6 to 50 GV at the Earth in two 22-year cyclesLOCKWOOD, J. A; DEBRUNNER, H.Journal of geophysical research. 2002, Vol 107, Num A8, pp SSH5.1-SSH5.11, issn 0148-0227Article

A two-stream, four-sector, recurrence pattern : Implications from WIND for the 22-year geomagnetic activity cycleCROOKER, N. U; LAZARUS, A. J; LEPPING, R. P et al.Geophysical research letters. 1996, Vol 23, Num 10, pp 1275-1278, issn 0094-8276Article

Prominence activity during the ascending phase of solar cycle 22DERMENDJIEV, V. N; STAVREV, K. Y; ANDREEVA, P. L et al.Solar physics. 1992, Vol 138, Num 2, pp 415-418, issn 0038-0938Article

Characteristics of the 22-year modulation of cosmic rays as seen by neutron monitorsWEBBER, W. R; LOCKWOOD, J. A.JGR. Journal of geophysical research. Part A, Space physics. 1988, Vol 93, Num 8, pp 8735-8740Article

Observations of the Sun's magnetic field during the recent solar maximumSANDERSON, T. R; APPOURCHAUX, T; HOEKSEMA, J. T et al.Journal of geophysical research. 2002, Vol 108, Num A1, pp SSH7.1-SSH7.10, issn 0148-0227Article

The subharmonics of the 22-year solar cycleATTOLINI, M. R; CECCHINI, S; GALLI, M et al.Nuovo cimento della società italiana di fisica. C. 1990, Vol 13, Num 1, pp 131-138, issn 0390-5551, 8 p.Conference Paper

Long-term variability of solar magnetic fieldsTODD HOEKSEMA, J; SCHERRER, P. H.Advances in space research. 1988, Vol 8, Num 7, pp 177-183, issn 0273-1177Conference Paper

Hemispheric sunspot numbers Rn and Rs from 1945-2004 : catalogue and N-S asymmetry analysis for solar cycles 18-23TEMMER, M; RYBAK, J; BENDIK, P et al.Astronomy and astrophysics (Berlin. Print). 2006, Vol 447, Num 2, pp 735-743, issn 0004-6361, 9 p.Article

A 22-year cycle in the F layer ionization of the ionosphereFEICHTER, E; LEITINGER, R.Annales geophysicae (1988). 1997, Vol 15, Num 8, pp 1015-1027, issn 0992-7689Article

Latitude-time distribution of 3 types of magnetic field activity in the global solar cycleCALLEBAUT, D. K; MAKAROV, V. I.Solar physics. 1992, Vol 141, Num 2, pp 381-390, issn 0038-0938Article

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