The influence of sunspot number and magnetic activity on the diurnal variation of the geomagnetic field at mid to high latitudes
The variations of the diurnal range of the geomagnetic field with sunspot number and with magnetic activity was studied at mid and high latitude stations in the northern hemisphere at different seasons. The effect of increasing sunspot number is small at lower latitudes and increases with geomagnetic latitude, while the effect of increasing magnetic activity is to increase the range at all latitudes, very greatly at the higher geomagnetic latitudes.
Authors: Hamilton, R.A., Hodder, B.M.
1 January, 1984
Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Physics / 46