Influence of Snow on Neutron Monitor Intensity


ON May 19, 1968, snow fell quite unexpectedly in many parts of northern Finland, and the snowfall was very heavy for another two days. On May 22, a layer of snow 20–30 cm thick covered the ground. It covered also the top of the roof of our neutron monitor building at Oulu. The snow had drifted and in places patches of snow 35–40 cm thick were measured. On… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/219926a0


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