Temporal Evolution of Solar Energetic Particle Spectra

@article{Doran2016TemporalEO,
  title={Temporal Evolution of Solar Energetic Particle Spectra},
  author={Donald Joseph Doran and Silvia Dalla},
  journal={Solar Physics},
  year={2016},
  volume={291},
  pages={2071-2097}
}
During solar flares and coronal mass ejections, Solar Energetic Particles (SEPs) may be released into the interplanetary medium and near-Earth locations. The energy spectra of SEP events at 1 AU are typically averaged over the entire event or studied in a few snapshots. In this article we analyze the time evolution of the energy spectra of four large selected SEP events using a large number of snapshots. We use a multi-spacecraft and multi-instrument approach for the observations, obtained over… 
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