Forbush decreases and solar events seen in the 10 - 20GeV energy range by the Karlsruhe Muon Telescope

  title={Forbush decreases and solar events seen in the 10 - 20GeV energy range by the Karlsruhe Muon Telescope},
  author={Isabel Braun and Joachim Engler and Jorg R. Horandel and James A. Milke},
  journal={Theoretical Computer Science},

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