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    • Limits to Solar Cycle Predictability: Cross-equatorial Flux Plumes 

      Işık, Emre; Cameron, R. H.; Dasi-Espuig, M.; Jiang, J.; Schmitt, D.; Schuessler, M. (Edp Sciences S A, 17, Ave Du Hoggar, Pa Courtaboeuf, Bp 112, F-91944 Les Ulis Cedex A, France, 2013-09)
      Context. Within the Babcock-Leighton framework for the solar dynamo, the strength of a cycle is expected to depend on the strength of the dipole moment or net hemispheric flux during the preceding minimum, which depends ...
    • Modeling Solar Cycles 15 to 21 Using a Flux Transport Dynamo 

      Işık, Emre; Jiang, J.; Cameron, R. H.; Schmitt, D. (Edp Sciences S A, 17, Ave Du Hoggar, Pa Courtaboeuf, Bp 112, F-91944 Les Ulis Cedex A, France, 2013-05)
      Context. The Sun's polar fields and open flux around the time of activity minima have been considered to be strongly correlated with the strength of the subsequent maximum of solar activity. Aims. We aim to investigate ...
    • Stellar Activity Cycles in a Model for Magnetic Flux Generation and Transport 

      Işık, Emre (Cambridge Univ Press, The Pitt Building, Trumpington St, Cambridge Cb2 1Rp, Cambs, England, 2012-10-03)
      We present results from a model for magnetic flux generation and transport in cool stars and a qualitative comparison of models with observations. The method combines an alpha Omega-type dynamo at the base of the convection ...