The Large-scale Magnetic Field in the Global Solar Cycle: Observational Aspects

V.I. Makarov, K.R. Sivaraman
1991 International Astronomical Union Colloquium  
AbstractThe global solar cycle is considered as an interaction of 3 types of activity: at low-latitude (sunspots), at high-latitude (polar faculae) and the weak magnetic field. The properties of single and 3-fold reversals of the polar magnetic field are considered. The variation spectrum of the large-scale magnetic field of the Sun is analyzed in the range of 1–30 nHz. A dependence between the rate of a poleward meridional flow and phase of the global cycle is discussed.
doi:10.1017/s0252921100079641 fatcat:meiayf27z5grtcjoach3v2qdfe