Singh, N. K.; Raichur, H.; Käpylä, M. J.; Rheinhardt, M.; Brandenburg, A.; Käpylä, P. J.: f-mode strengthening from a localised bipolar subsurface magnetic field. Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics 114 (1-2), pp. 196 - 212 (2020)
Brandenburg, A.; Bracco, A.; Kahniashvili, T.; Mandal, S.; Pol, A. R.; Petrie, G. J. D.; Singh, N. K.: E and B Polarizations from Inhomogeneous and Solar Surface Turbulence. The Astrophysical Journal 870 (2), 87 (2019)
Singh, N. K.: Bihelical Spectrum of Solar Magnetic Helicity and Its Evolution during cycle 24 from SOLIS/VSM data. Solar Helicities in Theory and Observations: Implications for Space Weather and Dynamo Theory, Stockholm, Schweden (2019)
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