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Characteristics of Forbush-type Cosmic Ray Intensity Decreases Observed During Solar Cycle 21

  • A. G. Fenton (a1), K. B. Fenton (a1) and J. E. Humble (a1)

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Although transient decreases in cosmic ray intensity of the type first reported by Forbush (1937) have been observed and studied for more than 40 years using a variety of detectors at many locations, from medium depths underground to those on spacecraft far from Earth, the precise nature of the physical process causing these events is not yet clear (see, for example, McKibben 1981).

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Characteristics of Forbush-type Cosmic Ray Intensity Decreases Observed During Solar Cycle 21

  • A. G. Fenton (a1), K. B. Fenton (a1) and J. E. Humble (a1)

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