SH 2.6.

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Cosmic Ray decreases during 1977-1994

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Major Forbush Decrease recorded by Lead Free-Neutron Monitor

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Study of large solar flares in association with halo Coronal Mass Ejections and their helio­longitudinal association with Forbush decreases of cosmic rays

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The study of secondary X-rays produced by the Cosmic rays and solar energetic particle's interaction with the atmosphere of Mars during its close approach to the Earth.

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Short Term Variations of Galactic Cosmic Rays Observed with GRAPES-3 Muon Telescopes

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Simultaneous Detection Of The Loss-Cone Anisotropy With Ooty And Akeno Muon Telescopes.

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Three Dimensional Modeling of the Recurrent Forbush Effect of Galactic Cosmic Rays

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On the Relationship of the Interplanetary Magnetic Field Turbulence and the Energy Spectrum of the Forbush Effects

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Frequency of Forbush effects as an index of solar activity

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Gnevyshev gap in the frequency of cosmic ray decreases and Dst index

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Local and non-local geometry of Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections (ICMEs): GCR short-period variations, and magnetic field modeling

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The Forbush Decreases of October-November 2003 as Measured with Milagro