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Forbush effects and their connection with solar, interplanetary and geomagnetic phenomena

  • A. V. Belov (a1)
Abstract

Forbush decrease (or, in a broader sense, Forbush effect) - is a storm in cosmic rays, which is a part of heliospheric storm and very often observed simultaneously with a geomagnetic storm. Disturbances in the solar wind, magnetosphere and cosmic rays are closely interrelated and caused by the same active processes on the Sun. Thus, it is natural and useful to investigate them together. Such an investigation in the present work is based on the characteristics of cosmic rays with rigidity of 10 GV. The results are derived using data from the world wide neutron monitor network and are combined with relevant information into a data base on Forbush effects and large interplanetary disturbances.

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