Advances in Geosciences, Vol. 8: Solar Terrestrial by Marc Duldig (ed.)

By Marc Duldig (ed.)

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Therefore, we are trying to understand details of multi-time/spatial-scale processes in the solar-terrestrial system, and to use large, instead of infinite, computer memories. We also make use of as many different types of observations as possible at a large number of points. Computer simulations and modeling are extremely powerful in filling gaps where no observation points exist on the Earth’s surface and in space. It is very useful to rely not only on physics-based theories of the processes but also on empirical formulas.

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