The Chapman-Miller method is used for analysis of lunar daily variations in geomagnetic and atmospheric pressure data recorded in Huancayo Observatory. Hourly mean data were used for the years 2008 and 2009, because it corresponds to the period of minimum solar and geomagnetic activity. A marked Lunar semidiurnal contribution is observed in the horizontal component H of the geomagnetic field, also the contribution is observed in the others lunar semidiurnal geomagnetic components and atmospheric pressure
Comments: 8 Pages. Latinmag Letters, Volume 3, Special Issue (2013), PA01, 1-8. Proceedings Montevideo, Uruguay, language Spanish
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