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22nd European Cosmic Ray Symposium in Turku, Finland

3 - 6 August 2010







Abstracts

4.    Monitoring of higher and lower atmosphere using the Yakutsk EAS array    Stanislav Knurenko
4.    The depth of maximum shower development and its fluctuations: Cosmic ray composition at E0 > 10**17 eV    Stanislav Knurenko
1.    Major solar energetic particle events in three dimensions    Leon Kocharov
1.    Towards realistic models of interplanetary transport of solar energetic particles    Leon Kocharov
4.    SEARCH FOR RARE EVENTS AT THE BAKSAN UNDERGROUND SCINTILLATION TELESCOPE    Makhti Kochkarov
1.    The analytical description of GCR distribution at the termination shock of the heliosphere    Iurii Kolesnyk
1.    Forbush decreases influence on registered high energy    Mikhail Kostyuk
2.    Temperature variations of high energy muon flux    Mikhail Kostyuk
4.    High Energy Neutrino Astronomy    Antoine Kouchner
2.    THE VOYAGERS' VIEW OF COSMIC RAYS IN THE HELIOSHEATH AND THE SHAPE OF THE ENA HELIOSPHERE    Stamatios Krimigis
1.    THE CONNECTION BETWEEN FORBUSH EFFECTS AND CORONAL HOLES IN THE LAST MINIMUM OF SOLAR ACTIVITY    Olga Kryakunova
2.    Energetic particles near Earth: relations to Space Weather studies    Karel Kudela
4.    UNDERGROUND MULTI-MUON EXPERIMENT EMMA    Pasi Kuusiniemi
5.    Study of primary CR composition on the basis of radial scale factors of electron lateral distribution in EAS    Anatoly Lagutin
8.B.    From Gamma-1 to HEGRA and H.E.S.S.: contribution of the Altai gamma-ray research group    Anatoly Lagutin
1.    Case studies on the effect of pre-event background in solar particle event timing    Timo Laitinen
4.    Directional correlations between UHECRs and neutrinos observed with IceCube    Robert Lauer
1.    The Innsbruck Hafelekar CR observatory - a heritage with new perspectives    Martin Leitner
2.    Strong variations of cosmic ray intensity during thunderstorms and associated pulsations of the geomagnetic field    Aleksandr Lidvansky
2.    TIME-SCALE PATTERN FEATURES IN THE NEUTRON MONITOR INTENSITY BEFORE EARTHQUAKES    Albert Loctionov

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