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  1. Here are the current Papers & Articles under the research topic Solar Cycle (includes Sunspots, Solar Wind, Solar Flares, Grand Maxima & Grand Minima). Click on the title of a paper you are interested in to go straight to the full paper. Solar and QBO Influences on the Timing of Stratospheric Sudden Warmings Sunspots and ENSO relationship using Markov method Space Weather: Sunspots, Solar Flares & Coronal Mass Ejections Sunspots, the QBO and the stratosphere in the North Polar Region – 20 years later The Influence of the Solar Cycle and QBO on the Late-Winter Stratospheric Polar Vortex Transfer of the solar signal from the stratosphere to the troposphere: Northern Winter
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