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22nd European Cosmic Ray Symposium in Turku, Finland

3 - 6 August 2010







Abstracts

1.    FORBUSH-EFFECTS WITH SUDDEN AND GRADUAL ONSET    Artem Abunin
1.    Observation of Solar Energetic Particle (SEP) events associated with narrow CMEs    Amjad Al-Sawad
2.    LARGE AREA SCINTILLATION MUON HODOSCOPE FOR MONITORING OF ATMOSPHERIC AND HELIOSPHERIC PROCESSES    Nikolay Ampilogov
2.    KAZAKHSTAN SPACE ENVIRONMENT EXPERIMENTAL COMPLEX FOR COSMIC RAYS INVESTIGATION    Malimbayev Andrey
1.    Ground Level Enhancements and the related Solar Activity during the Solar Cycle 23    Maria Andriopoulou
2.    SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF LONG-TERM AVERAGE FLUXES OF CR MUONS AND SOLAR pp-NEUTRINOS    Ivan Anicin
3.    Measurement of the Cosmic-Ray electron spectrum with the Fermi LAT    Luca Baldini
2.    Study of temporal changes of the Forbush decrease amplitude spectrum exponent by means of muon hodoscope URAGAN    Natalia Barbashina
1.    Coronal Shock Acceleration of Protons and Minor Ions In Self-generated Turbulence    Markus Battarbee
4.    ANOMALOUS ABSORPTION DEPENDENCE    Yury Bazhutov
4.    LARGE SEASON VARIATIONS OF THE HIGH IONIZATION COSMIC RAY COM-PONENT, OBSERVED ON THE SCINTILLATION SPECTROMETRIC TELESCOPE R    Yury Bazhutov
4.    NEW RESULTS ON COSMIC RAY ERZIONS SEARCH, RECEIVED ON THE SCINTILLATION SPECTROMETRIC TELESCOPES “DOCH-4M,C”    Yury Bazhutov
2.    EFFECTS OF COSMIC RAYS ON THE EARTH’S SURFACE    Natalia Belisheva
5.    Shocks, magnetic field and energetic particles    Anthony Bell
5.    Dark matter signatures in cosmic rays    Lars Bergstrom
2.    DAILY DISTRIBUTION OF HIGH IONIZATION COSMIC RAY COMPONENT ON THE “DOCH-4M” TELESCOPE    Marina Berkova
2.    TEMPERATURE EFFECT OF MUON COMPONENT AND PRACTICAL QUESTIONS OF ITS ACCOUNT    Marina Berkova
4.    The cosmic ray energy spectrum in the range 10^16 - 10^18 eV measure by KASCADE-Grande    Mario Bertaina
1.    Effect of perpendicular diffusion on Heliosphere modulation of Cosmic Rays    Pavol Bobik
6.    Observations with the High Altitute GAmma-Ray (HAGAR) telescope array in the Indian Himalayas    Richard Britto

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