Choudhuri, Arnab Rai (1989) Locating the seat of the solar dynamo. In: 142nd Symp Of The International Astronomical Union : Basic Plasma Processes On The Sun, DEC 01-05, 1989, Bombay, INDIA.
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The hypothesis that the solar dynamo operates in a thin layer at the bottom of the convection zone is addressed. Recent work on the question whether the magnetic flux can be made to emerge at sunspot latitudes is reviewed. It is concluded that this hypothesis can fit the observational facts only if there is turbulence with a length scale of a few hundred kilometers in and around the dynamo region.
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