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22nd European Cosmic Ray Symposium in Turku, Finland

3 - 6 August 2010







Abstracts

4.    LAGUNA Large Apparatus for Grand Unification and Neutrino Astrophysics    Wladyslaw Henryk Trzaska
1.    MAGNETIC FIELD-LINE SOURCE REGIONS AND VARIABILITY IN HEAVY- ION COMPOSITION IN GRADUAL SOLAR ENERGETIC PARTICLE EVENTS    Allan Tylka
3.    Results from Ionizing Radiation Imaging Detectors Medipix-2 and Timepix on stratospheric balloon campaigns    Jaroslav Urbar
1.    TEST OF THE NEUTRON MONITOR RESPONSE FUNCTION USING SPACE- AND BALLOON-BORNE DATA    Ilya Usoskin
2.    PRODUCTION OF COSMOGENIC BERYLLIUM ISOTOPES IN THE ATMOSPHERE: A FULL NUMERICAL MODEL    Ilya Usoskin
8.A.    History of high-energy astronomy in Finland    Esko Valtaoja
3.    SOLAR ENERGETIC PARTICLE MEASUREMENTS WITH EPD/LET ONBOARD SOLAR ORBITER    Eino Valtonen
4.    Simulation of IceTop VEM calibration and the dependency on the snow layer    Arne Van Overloop
1.    Features of relativistic solar proton spectra derived from GLE modeling    Eduard Vashenyuk
2.    High-energy photons connected to atmospheric precipitations    Eduard Vashenyuk
6.    Gamma ray sources observation with the ARGO-YBJ detector    Silvia Vernetto
4.    NEUTRINO BURSTS FROM GRAVITATIONAL STELLAR COLLAPSE WITH LVD    Carlo Francesco Vigorito
6.    GAMMA RAY BURSTS MONITORING WITH THE ARGO-YBJ EXPERIMENT IN SCALER MODE    Carlo Francesco Vigorito
4.    The features of electronics structure of the multichannel scintillation module for the EMMA experiment    Vladimir Volchenko
1.    THE THREE DIMENSIONAL NON STATIONARY MODEL OF THE FORBUSH DECREASE OF GALACTIC COSMIC RAY INTENSITY WITH THE CHANGEABLE SOLAR WI    Anna Wawrzyńczak-Szaban
1.    THREE DIMENSIONAL (3-D) MODELS OF THE INTERPLANETARY MAGNETIC FIELD, 27-DAY VARIATIONS AND FORBUSH DECREASE OF THE GALACTIC COS    Anna Wawrzyńczak-Szaban
5.    Particle acceleration at relativistic shocks with applications to gamma-ray bursts and UHECRs    Eli Waxman
5.    Composition of the Ankle    Tadeusz Wibig
2.    cosmic Rays and Global Warming - an update    Arnold Wolfendale
3.    Measurements of Cosmic Ray Antiprotons with PAMELA    Juan Wu

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