Conference papers, Volume 5
Frank C Jones, International Union of Pure and Applied Physics. Cosmic Ray Commission, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch
Scientific and Technical Information Branch, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1985 - Science
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ABSTRACT amplitude analysis anisotropy anomalous anti-sidereal atmospheric average calculated changes coefficient component correlation Cosmic Ray Conf cosmic ray intensity cosmic ray modulation cosmogenic nuclides counting rates curve cutoff rigidity daily variation Deep River density detector direction distribution earth effect equatorial Figure Forbush decrease frequency galactic cosmic rays geomagnetic field Geophys harmonic heliosphere hemisphere ICRC increase intensity variation interval Japan latitude LEEDS 78 magnetic field maximum measurements meteorites method Morioka muon N-S anisotropy Nagashima Nagoya neutron monitor data observed obtained paper parameters particles period phase polarity present Proc production rates protons radial gradient region scintillation semi-diurnal shows sidereal diurnal variations sidereal variation significant solar activity solar cosmic ray solar cycle solar diurnal solar flare solar minimum solar wind solar wind velocity space spectra stations sunspot tion underground USSR vectors vertical