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Holocene Millennial-Scale Solar Variability and the Climatic Responses on Earth
The solar impact on Earth's climate is both a rich and open-ended topic with intense debates. In this study, we use the reconstructed data available to investigate periodicities of solar variability (i.e., variations of sunspot numbers) and temperature changes (10 sites spread all over the Earth) as well as the statistical inter-relations between them on the millennial scale during the past 8640 years (BC 6755–AD 1885) before the modern industrial era. We find that the variations of the Earth'sdoi:10.3390/universe7020036 fatcat:bkomffz5hjb5hbco2x627tihau