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By G. Schmidtke, K. Suchy, K. Rawer, Karl Rawer

ISBN-10: 3642685315

ISBN-13: 9783642685316

ISBN-10: 3642685331

ISBN-13: 9783642685330

This Encyclopedia goals, essentially, at summanzmg the wealth of good­ validated proof and outlining the suitable theories within the diverse branches of physics. With this as aim, the writers have been requested to provide their particular box in the sort of approach that entry is feasible to any scientist with out targeted a priori info in that box; the elemental innovations of physics are assumed to be recognized to the reader. The survey given in every one paper was once additionally to be lengthy­ lasting, in order that even many years after booklet, each one quantity will be important, for instance as an creation for beginners or as a resource of data for employees in a neighbouring box. within the box of geophysics, handled in Vols. 47--49 of the Encyclopedia, this job is hard to accomplish simply because over the past many years there was a far swifter improvement of easy details and concept than in the course of the many years sooner than. whilst I got here to give a contribution to this paintings the well-known Julius Bartels, then editor of the geophysical half, instructed me that Vol. forty nine may still definitely consider the result of the "International Geophysical 12 months" 1957/58 (I. G. Y. ), and that we had higher wait till those have been available than produce one of those details that can be out of date in a brief time.

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The application of the models outside of the period for which they were established is often of limited accuracy. One of the reasons for discrepancies is the lack of full correlation between radio noise of coronal origin F and the solar EUV flux, which constitutes the main heating source of the thermosphere. Bearing this in mind we have proposed activity indices EUV x and/or EUV y - z 6 which are directly derived from the solar radiation intensity at suitably chosen EUV lines or ranges. 222) in NIKOL'SKU'S contribution in volume 49/6 of this Encyclopedia gives an example.

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