Dependence of the velocity changes of secular variations on the position of observatory and time

Authors

  • T. P. Sumaruk Subbotin Institute of Geophysics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine
  • P. V. Sumaruk Subbotin Institute of Geophysics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24028/gzh.v43i3.236388

Keywords:

secular variations, solar activity, geomagnetic activity, magnetosphere and ionosphere sources

Abstract

According to the data of world observatories net secular variations of geomagnetic fields from internal and outer sources have been studied. Averaged 3-year data have been used for this purpose. Procedure of calculations of secular variations from internal and outer sources according to observatories data has been submitted. 1979 has been chosen as a zero level for accounting secular variations from outer sources because the sign of the large-scale magnetic field has changed this year. It has been shown that the value of secular variations from outer sources is different for different regions and increases with the growth of the latitude of magnetic observatory. Maximal values of secular variations are observed in the northern polar cap as well as at the longitudes of the eastern focus of secular variation. It has been shown that at the DIK, CSS, TIK observatories secular variations have maximal values.

Groups of observatories have been segregated with symmetric and asymmetric changes of secular variation comparing to 1979. Symmetric changes of secular variation during two Hail’s cycles are observed at the observatories in circumpolar area (ALE, NAL, BJN), in auroral and middle latitudes. Maximal asymmetry of secular variation is observed at the observatories GDH, BLC, FCC, as well as at certain subauroral observatories and the regions with raised seismic activity.

Secular variation from outer sources depends on the value of the large scale magnetic field of the Sun. The value of secular variation from the inner sources has been modulated by the outer sources and depends on special features of underlying surfaces of the observatories, induction currents in particular.

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Published

2021-07-28

How to Cite

Sumaruk, T. P. ., & Sumaruk, P. V. . (2021). Dependence of the velocity changes of secular variations on the position of observatory and time. Geofizicheskiy Zhurnal, 43(3), 181–192. https://doi.org/10.24028/gzh.v43i3.236388

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