Production of cosmogenic isotopes 7Be, 10Be, 14C, 22Na, and 36Cl in the atmosphere: Altitudinal profiles of yield functions

@article{Poluianov2016ProductionOC,
  title={Production of cosmogenic isotopes 7Be, 10Be, 14C, 22Na, and 36Cl in the atmosphere: Altitudinal profiles of yield functions},
  author={Stepan Poluianov and Gennady A. Kovaltsov and Alexander L. Mishev and Ilya G. Usoskin},
  journal={Journal of Geophysical Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={121},
  pages={8125-8136}
}
New consistent and precise computations of the production of five cosmogenic radioisotopes, 7Be, 10Be, 14C, 22Na, and 36Cl, in the Earth's atmosphere by cosmic rays are presented in the form of tabulated yield functions. For the first time, a detailed set of the altitude profiles of the production functions is provided which makes it possible to apply the results directly as input for atmospheric transport models. Good agreement with most of the earlier published works for columnar and global… Expand

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