Volume 81, Issue 2, February 2017

ISSN: 1062-8738 (Print) 1934-9432 (Online)

In this issue (40 articles)

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    Proceedings of the 34th All-Russian Conference on Cosmic Rays

    Analysis of ground level enhancement on January 6, 2014

    V. E. Sdobnov Pages 121-123
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    Ultimate ground level enhancements of solar cosmic ray intensity

    A. V. Belov, A. B. Struminsky Pages 124-127
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    Spectra of Fe ions in powerful SCR events

    D. G. Baranov, V. A. Dergachev, R. A. Nymmik Pages 128-131
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    Registering Jovian electrons in the Earth’s orbit

    E. I. Daibog, K. Kecskemety, L. L. Lazutin Pages 136-139
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    Suprathermal 4He, O, and Fe ions at 1 AU in the quiet time of 2006–2012

    M. A. Zeldovich, Yu. I. Logachev Pages 140-142
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    Solar modulation of cosmic deuteron fluxes in the PAMELA experiment

    S. A. Koldobskiy, O. Adriani Pages 151-153
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    Modulation of electrons and positrons in 2006–2015 in the PAMELA experiment

    V. V. Mikhailov, O. Adriani Pages 154-156
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    Long-term variations in the natural thermal neutron flux at 4300 m above sea level

    Yu. V. Stenkin, V. V. Alekseenko Pages 160-161
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    Proceedings of the 34th All-Russian Conference on Cosmic Rays

    Causes of long-term variations in galactic cosmic ray intensity in the inner heliosphere

    M. B. Krainev Pages 166-169
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    Modulation of galactic cosmic rays and its traces in isotopic tracks on the Earth and the moon

    V. M. Ostryakov, A. V. Blinov Pages 170-172
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    Proceedings of the 34th All-Russian Conference on Cosmic Rays

    Predicting GCR fluxes for future space missions

    E. P. Popova, N. V. Kuznetsov Pages 173-176
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    Analyzing the June 2015 Forbush effect by the spectrographic global survey

    M. V. Kravtsova, V. E. Sdobnov Pages 177-179
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