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《Chinese Journal of Sinica》 1961-02
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THE TEMPERATURE VARIATION IN CHINA AFTER THE GREAT GEOMAGNETIC STORMS

YANG CHIEN-CHU(Institute of Geophysics and Metearalogy, Academia Sinica)  
In this paper the daily temperature variations of 9 Chinese stations during the 90 days after each great geo-magnetic storm in the period 1909—1952 (total number is 72) are analyzed by the so-called superposed epoch method of analysis. The daily temperature variation during the 30 days before each of the great geo-rnagnetic storms are also analyzed in the same manner. The geo-magnetic storm data are taken from the publication of Greenwich Observatory in 1955. The percentage of the days with positive temperature departure from the normal of the day in question and the mean daily temperature departures of 9 stations after the great geo-magnetic storms are illustrated in Fig. la and Fig. lb. Fig. 2a Fig. 2b show the same parameters before the great geo-magnetic storms. From figure 1, we find that some significant warm periods occur at the 10, 16, 24, 44 75—77th days after the great storms. During the period of 120 days from 30 days before to 90 days after the great storms, temperature variations are found to compose a cyclic oscillation with a period of 27 days, which is just the synodical-period of the Sun. It is found, that the circulation patterns of natural synoptic periods during the great storms and 45th day or 75th day after the great storms show a high degree of rhythmic oscillations in the sense of Multanof School of long-range weather forcasting. Hence, we suggest that the rhythmic oscillations of weather process are probably intimately connected with the active regions of the Sun, which emit the strong corpuscular radiations and produce the great geo-magnetic storms. Besides, in this paper certain attention is also paid to some small geo-magnetic storms, which are used to correlate the daily temperature variations in China. A significant temperature drop at the 13th day after the small storms is revealed in Fig 3.
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