Solar magnetic activity, stratospheric ozone and global temperature at the second half of the 20th and at the beginning of the 21st centuries
The important role of stratosphere ozone at solar-terrestrial relations was investigated according to the solar observational data (//www.swpc.noaa.gov/solar cycle), data from British terrestrial climatic research centers, and monitoring of total ozone by the Asora Observatory (Switzerland). Before 1998 the increase of solar activity (Modern Max) and depletion of ozone layer with formation of ozone holes, rather than outbursts of CO2 into the atmosphere, gave rise to the global temperature (Tglob.). By the end of 20th – beginning of the 21st centuries (from 1998 to 2010) Tglob. had sufficiently stabilized due to the low level of total ozone abundance and increasing ultraviolet radiation.
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