The Wind/EPACT Proton Event Catalog (1996 – 2016)

@article{Miteva2018TheWP,
  title={The Wind/EPACT Proton Event Catalog (1996 – 2016)},
  author={Rositsa Miteva and Susan W. Samwel and Marcus V. Costa-Duarte},
  journal={Solar Physics},
  year={2018},
  volume={293},
  pages={1-44}
}
We present the finalized catalog of solar energetic proton events detected by the Wind/EPACT instrument over the period 1996 – 2016. Onset times, peak times, peak proton intensity and onset-to-peak proton fluence are evaluated for the two available energy channels, at about 25 and 50 MeV. We describe the procedure utilized to identify the proton events and to relate them to their solar origin (in terms of flares and coronal mass ejections). The statistical relationships between the energetic… 

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