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# In-situ calibration system for the measurement of the snow accumulation and the index-of-refraction profile for radio neutrino detectors

@inproceedings{Beise2022InsituCS,
title={In-situ calibration system for the measurement of the snow accumulation and the index-of-refraction profile for radio neutrino detectors},
author={Jakob Beise and Christian Glaser},
year={2022}
}
• Published 2 May 2022
• Physics
: High-energy neutrinos ( 𝐸 > 10 17 eV) are detected cost-eﬃciently via the Askaryan eﬀect in ice, where a particle cascade induced by the neutrino interaction produces coherent radio emission that can be picked up by antennas. As the near-surface ice properties change rapidly within the upper 40 m, a good understanding of the ice properties is required to reconstruct the neutrino properties. In particular, continuous monitoring of the snow accumulation (which changes the depth of the antennas…
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