The Open Atmospheric
Solar Forcing of Changes in Atmospheric Circulation, Earth's
Rotation and Climate
Adriano Mazzarella Pp 181-191
Cross analysis of available historical series of solar wind turbulence,
atmospheric circulation, Earth’s rotation and sea surface
temperature, when smoothed from the secular trend and periods shorter
than 23 years, allowed a cascade climatological model to be set
up that integrates the Sun-atmosphere-Earth system as a simple unit
and ties solar corpuscular output to sea surface temperature through
atmospheric circulation and the Earth’s rotation. An increase
in solar corpuscular activity causes a deceleration of zonal atmospheric
circulation which, like a torque, causes a deceleration of the Earth’s
rotation that, in turn, causes a decrease in sea surface temperature.
Application of this holistic model allows us to predict a gradual
decline in global warming starting from the current decade.