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О ДВИЖЕНИЯХ ЛУНЫ КАК ВОЗМОЖНОМ КЛИМАТООБРАЗУЮЩЕМ ФАКТОРЕ

С. 41-48.
Зотов Л. В., Sidorenkov N., Bizouard C.

It is well known, that inclination of the Earth rotation axis to the ecliptic plain defines the maxima
and minima declination of the Sun on the days of solstices. According to the Milankovitch theory
variations of this parameter are one of the causes of the glacial periods. Some facts show, that motions
of the Moon from equator to the maxima declinations also influence the processes in the atmosphere
and ocean. The changes of maxima declinations of the Moon in the 18.6-year orbital precession cycle
could put important footprint on the Earth climate.
We discuss the results of analysis of the atmospheric angular momentum, pressures and winds,
Earth mean temperature, sea level changes, comparing them with the Earth rotation changes and moon
tidal effects.









In book

Вып. 222: ТРУДЫ V Пулковской молодежной астрономической конференции. СПб.: ГАО РАН, 2015.