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Influence of the solar radiation on Earth's climate using the LMDz-REPROBUS model

  • Sandrine Lefebvre (a1), Marion Marchand (a1), Slimane Bekki (a1), Philippe Keckhut (a2), Franck Lefèvre (a1), Chantal Claud (a3), David Cugnet (a1), Gérard Thuillier (a2) and Alain Hauchecorne (a2)...

Abstract

The atmospheric response to the 11-year solar cycle is studied using the fully interactive 3-D coupled chemistry-general circulation model LMDz-REPROBUS with a complete seasonal cycle. We will show results concerning a comparison between two series of 20-year runs, one in maximum of activity and the other in minimum. The stratosphere-troposphere system shows partly significant response to a solar cycle enhancement of UV radiation. We show how the changes in stratospheric ozone, temperature and zonal wind are connected.

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