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Identification of the Russell-McPherron effect using the polarity of the IMF [BY]GSEQ component. The left-hand column is for all data, the middle column for [BY]GSEQ > 0 and the right-hand column for [BY]GSEQ < 0. The top row shows annual means of am and Pα divided by their overall means for the whole interval: respectively, <am>1yr/<am>all (mauve lines) and <Pα>1yr/Po (black lines). The middle row shows the variations of Pα/Po as a function of fraction-of-year, F and year, <Pα>F/<Pα>1yr and the bottom row the same for am, <am>F/<am>1yr. As for Figure 10, data are for 1995–2017 and have been averaged into 36-equal width bins of F in each year, and a 3-point running mean applied to the time series to smooth the data.

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