A V Karelin

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  • Acad Press, D C Washington, W A Hoppel, R V Anderson, K A Boyarchuk, V V Khegai +9 others
  • 2004
Climate models used for climate change projections are on the threshold of including much greater biological and chemical detail than previous models. Today, standard climate models (referred to generically as atmosphere-ocean general circulation models , or AOGCMs) include components that simulate the coupled atmosphere, ocean, land, and sea ice. Some(More)
Protons and helium nuclei are the most abundant components of the cosmic radiation. Precise measurements of their fluxes are needed to understand the acceleration and subsequent propagation of cosmic rays in our Galaxy. We report precision measurements of the proton and helium spectra in the rigidity range 1 gigavolt to 1.2 teravolts performed by the(More)
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