Resolution No.24 (1967): World-wide computer analysis of lunar effects

The Joint IAGA-IAMAP Committee on Lunar Effects considering the lack of statistical significance, obtained so far, on studies of lunar variations in atmospheric, aeronomical and geomagnetic phenomena, and further considering that a wealth of past observations in these fields is available for improving such results, recommends that all possible measures be taken to commit to computer readable form past and present atmospheric, aeronomical and geomagnetic parameters in such a way as to facilitate the integration and correlation of that data so processed into world-wide computer analysis of lunar effects.