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  Information - AS1.19 Solar Influence on the Middle Atmosphere and Dynamical Coupling to the Troposphere

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The focus of this session is the effect of solar UV and energetic particle changes on the middle atmosphere and its transfer to the Earth's surface through chemical and dynamical processes. To understand the mechanism for solar influence on climate the impact of stratospheric circulation changes on the troposphere needs to be clarified in general. We invite contributions from observational and modeling studies that investigate the solar influence on the middle atmosphere (on different timescales, i.e. 27-day, 11-year, and centuries) and/or the dynamical impact of the stratosphere on the troposphere. Studies that are linked to SOLARIS (Solar Influence Study for SPARC with connection to CAWSES) and that are process oriented rather than simple statistical studies are especially encouraged.

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