VOLUME 2 : SH 3 LIST OF CONTENTS




SH.3.1 : Origin and acceleration of anomalous cosmic rays




Effects of different solar wind speed profiles in the heliosheath on the modulation of cosmic ray and anomalous protons

1

U W Langner et al (ger-langner-U-abs1-sh31-oral)


Anomalous and galactic cosmic ray He spectra near the termination shock

5

R A Caballero-Lopez et al (mex-caballero-lopez-RA-abs1-sh31-oral)


Ion Acceleration at Solar Wind Termination Shock

9

E G Berezhko et al (rus-ksenofonov-L-abs1-sh31-poster)


Effects of asymmetrical heliospheric boundaries on cosmic ray proton modulation

13

M S Potgieter et al (saf-potgieter-MS-abs1-sh31-oral)


Characteristics of the Solar Wind Termination Shock Region from Voyager 1 Observations

17

A C Cummings et al (usa-cummings-A-abs2-sh31-oral)


The interaction of solar wind structures with the termination shock and anomalous cosmic ray enhancements at low energies

19

V Florinski et al (usa-florinski-V-abs2-sh31-poster)


ACR's and Magnetic Field at the Heliospheric Termination shock

23

J R Jokipii et al (usa-jokipii-JR-abs2-sh31-oral)


Implications of the Two-Population Spectra Observed by Voyager-1 at the Termination Shock

27

J Kota et al (usa-kota-J-abs2-sh31-poster)


Voyager 2 Observations of MeV Ions in the Outer Heliosphere Over the Solar Maximum Period of Cycle 23

31

F B McDonald et al (usa-mcdonald-FB-abs1-sh31-poster)


Voyager 1 Observations of Termination Shock Particle Events - The Effect of Interplanetary Transients

35

F B McDonald et al (usa-mcdonald-FB-abs2-sh31-oral)


Studies of the Termination Shock and Heliosheath at > 92 AU: Voyager 1 Magnetic Field Measurements

39

N F Ness et al (usa-ness-NF-abs1-sh31-oral)


Appearance of a Third Episode of Enhanced Particle Intensities at 94 AU: Voyager 1 in the Heliosheath

43

E C Stone et al (usa-stone-E-abs1-sh31-oral)


Voyager 1 in the Vicinity of the Termination Shock: an Overview of Observations beyond 94 AU in the Heliosheath

45

E C Stone et al (usa-stone-E-abs2-sh31-poster)


Evidence for Two Energetic Particle Sources at the Termination Shock

47

E C Stone et al (usa-stone-E-abs3-sh31-poster)




SH.3.2 : Gradients and anisotropies




Two dimensional observation on TeV Cosmic-ray large scale anisotropy using the Tibet Air Shower Array

49

M Amenomori et al (chn-zhang-Y-abs1-sh32-oral)


The role of drifts in the galactic cosmic ray transport

53

K Alanko et al (fin-alanko-K-abs1-sh32-poster)


Quiet time fluxes and radial gradients of low-energy protons in the inner and outer heliosphere

57

K Kecskeméty et al (hun-kecskemety-K-abs2-sh32-poster)


Cosmic Ray Intensity Variations During Carrington Rotation Periods in Low Solar Activity Conditions

61

V Gupta et al (ind-gupta-V-abs1-sh32-poster)


Intense geomagnetic storms with Ap ≥ 100 during 21-23 sunspot solar cycles

65

S Kumar et al (ind-kumar-S-abs1-sh32-poster)


Features of low amplitude anisotropic wave train events in cosmic ray intensity

69

S Kumar et al (ind-kumar-S-abs2-sh32-poster)


Study of Cosmic-Ray Depressions due to Corotating High-Speed Solar-Wind Streams and their Dependence on Solar Polarity

73

Y P Singh et al (ind-singh-YP-abs1-sh32-oral)


Sidereal Anisotropy of Galactic Cosmic-Ray Intensity Observed with the Tibet Air Shower Array

77

K Kawata et al (jap-kawata-K-abs2-sh32-poster)


A study of sidereal anisotropy of Cosmic rays with GRAPES-3 Muon Telescopes

81

H Kojima et al (jap-kojima-H-abs1-sh32-oral)


The effect of cosmic ray energy changes in the heliosphere on K-capture secondaries

85

R A Caballero-Lopez et al (mex-caballero-lopez-RA-abs2-sh32-poster)


North-south anisotropy of cosmic rays and the IMF neutral surface

89

G F Krymsky et al (rus-gerasimova-SK-abs2-sh32-poster)


Mean Diurnal Variations of Cosmic Ray Intensity as Measured by the Baksan Surface and Underground Detectors

93

V A Kozyarivsky et al (rus-lidvansky-AS-abs1-sh32-oral)


On Measurements of the True Anisotropy of Cosmic Rays

97

V A Kozyarivsky et al (rus-lidvansky-AS-abs3-sh32-poster)


Dynamics in the arrival directions of galactic cosmic rays in the presence of large-scale solar wind disturbances

101

I S Petukhov et al (rus-starodubtsev-S-abs3-sh32-poster)


An explanation for the unusual cosmic ray diurnal variation in 1954

105

H Moraal et al (saf-moraal-H-abs1-sh32-oral)


Electron anisotropies in the inner heliosphere: a theoretical perspective

109

M S Potgieter et al (saf-potgieter-MS-abs2-sh32-poster)


Intensity Gradients of Anomalous Cosmic Rays Between 1 AU and Voyager During Solar Cycle 23

113

R A Leske et al (usa-leske-R-abs1-sh32-oral)




SH.3.3 : Energy spectra, composition and charge state




SOHO/ERNE Measurements on Galactic Cosmic Rays During the Solar Cycle 23

117

I Lehtinen et al (fin-lehtinen-I-abs2-sh33-poster)


Effects of the solar wind termination shock and heliosheath on the modulation of galactic and anomalous Helium

119

U W Langner et al (ger-langner-U-abs2-sh33-poster)


He and Ne isotopes in radiation belts observed by HIT onboard TSUBASA Satellite

121

M Hareyama et al (jap-hareyama-M-abs3-sh33-poster)


Termination shock and heliosheath effects on cosmic ray energy changes in the heliosphere

125

R A Caballero-Lopez et al (mex-caballero-lopez-RA-abs3-sh33-poster)


Modulation of cosmic ray boron and carbon in the heliosphere

129

M S Potgieter et al (saf-potgieter-MS-abs3-sh33-poster)




SH.3.4 : Short-term and long-term variations and

interpretations




Model of Galactic and Anomalous Cosmic Ray Spectrum in the Planetary Ionospheres. Calculation of CR Ionization Effects in the Ionosphere and Middle Atmosphere

131

M Buchvarova et al (bul-buchvarova-MB-abs1-sh34-poster)


Solar modulation of cosmic rays in the energy range from 10 to 20 GeV

135

I Braun et al (ger-hoerandel-J-abs3-sh34-poster)


Study of Time Lags and Hysteresis between Solar Indices and Cosmic Rays: Implications for Drifts and Modulation Theories  

139

M Singh et al (ind-badruddin-abs1-sh34-poster)


Study of cosmic ray intensity in association with solar features

143

M L Chauhan et al (ind-chouhan-ML-abs1-sh34-poster)


Correlative study of solar activity and cosmic ray intensity for solar cycles 20 to 23

147

M Gupta et al (ind-gupta-M-abs1-sh34-poster)


Study of Intense Geomagnetic Storms and associated Cosmic Ray Intensity Variation

151

S C Kaushik et al (ind-kaushik-SC-abs1-sh34-oral)


Study and effect of different heliospheric parameters on cosmic ray anisotropy

155

S Kumar et al (ind-kumar-S-abs3-sh34-poster)


Solar activity and cosmic ray intensity variation

159

M P Mishra (ind-mishra-MP-abs2-sh34-poster)


Search of appropriate solar index for long-term cosmic ray variational studies

163

V K Mishra et al (ind-mishra-VK-abs1-sh34-poster)


The study of daily variation of cosmic ray anisotropy for the period of 1991 to 2004

167

G K Pandey et al (ind-pandey-GK-abs1-sh34-poster)


Study of Third Harmonics of daily variation in cosmic ray intensity at Equatorial station

171

M K Richharia et al (ind-richharia-MK-abs1-sh34-poster)


The role of drift in long term variation of cosmic ray intensity

175

N K Sharma (ind-sharma-NK-abs1-sh34-poster)


Long–term relationship between the tilt of the heliospheric neutral current sheet and cosmic ray intensity variation

179

U Sharma et al (ind-sharma-UK-abs1-sh34-oral)


Study of the characteristics of low and high amplitude diurnal wave trains of cosmic rays

183

A K Pandey et al (ind-tiwari-CM-abs1-sh34-poster)


Effect of interplanetary disturbances on cosmic ray daily variation at neutron monitor energies

187

C M Tiwari et al (ind-tiwari-CM-abs2-sh34-poster)


A study of the role of the coronal index of solar activity in Long­term cosmic ray modulation

191

R K Tiwari et al (ind-tiwari-RK-abs1-sh34-oral)


Heliospheric modulation of cosmic rays based on 44Ti produced in stony meteorites over the past 250 years

195

C Taricco et al (ita-verma-N-abs1-sh34-oral)


Variation of solar activity during the grand solar minima deduced from radiocarbon content in tree rings

199

H Miyahara et al (jap-masuda-K-abs1-sh34-oral)


Effects of the tilted and wavy current sheet on the solar modulation of galactic cosmic rays

203

S Miyake et al (jap-miyake-S-abs1-sh34-poster)


Sun's Shadow Variation During the Recent Solar Cycle 23 Observed with the Tibet Air Shower Array

207

M Amenomori et al (jap-ohnishi-M-abs1-sh34-poster)


Mid Term Cosmic Ray Quasi Periodicities And Solar Magnetic Activity Manifestations

211

J F Valdés-Galicia et al (mex-valdes-galicia-J-abs1-sh34-oral)


27-Day Variations Of The Galactic Cosmic Ray Intensity And Anisotropy In Different Solar Magnetic Cycles (1964-2004)

215

M V Alania et al (pol-alania-M-abs2-sh34-oral)


The Galactic Cosmic Ray Intensity and Anisotrophy Variations for Different Ascending and Descending Epochs of Solar Activity

219

M V Alania et al (pol-alania-M-abs3-sh34-poster)


On the expected deviation of the interplanetary magnetic field lines From the helioequatorial plane and the anisotropic diffusion tensor of galactic cosmic rays

223

M V Alania (pol-alania-M-abs5-sh34-poster)


Influence of the Asymmetrical Character of the Solar Activity on the Annual Variation of Galactic Cosmic Rays

227

T B Botchorishvili et al (pol-botchorishvili-T-abs1-sh34-poster)


The 11-year modulation of density and the annual variation in the north-south cosmic ray anisotropy at different phases of a solar magnetic cycle

231

G F Krymsky et al (rus-gerasimova-SK-abs3-sh34-poster)


The relation of global magnetic solar field indices and solar wind characteristics with long-term variations of galactic cosmic rays

235

A V Belov et al (rus-gushchina-RT-abs1-sh34-poster)


Estimate of long-term detector stability of the worldwide neutron monitor network

239

A V Belov et al (rus-gushchina-RT-abs2-sh34-poster)


Do Be-10 and C-14 give us the information about cosmic rays in the past?

243

I Nikitin et al (rus-nikitin-I-abs1-sh34-oral)


Long-Term Modulation of the Cosmic Ray Fluctuation Spectrum: Spacecraft Measurements

247

S A Starodubtsev et al (rus-starodubtsev-S-abs1-sh34-poster)


Modeling cosmic ray intensities over an 11 year modulation cycle

251

S E S Ferreira et al (saf-ferreira-S-abs1-sh34-poster)


Solar cycle related variations of the cosmic ray flux computed by a hybrid hydrodynamic and transport model

253

S E S Ferreira et al (saf-ferreira-S-abs2-sh34-oral)


Rigidity Dependence of Galactic Cosmic Ray Modulation: 2. Forbush decreases

255

H S Ahluwalia et al (usa-ahluwalia-HS-abs2-sh34-poster)


Comparing the 11-yr and 22-yr cycles in cosmic ray modulation

259

M Storini et al (usa-cliver-E-abs3-sh34-poster)


Galactic cosmic ray response to heliospheric environment changes and implications for cosmogenic isotope records

263

V Florinski et al (usa-florinski-V-abs1-sh34-oral)


Imaging Interplanetary Disturbances Causing Forbush Decreases

267

S W Kahler et al (usa-kahler-S-abs1-sh34-poster)


The Evolution of the Current Sheet and its Effects on Cosmic Ray Modulation

271

J Kota et al (usa-kota-J-abs1-sh34-oral)


Voyager Observations of Galactic and Anomalous Cosmic Rays in the Heliosheath and Over the Solar Maximum Period of Cycle 23

273

F B McDonald et al (usa-mcdonald-FB-abs3-sh34-poster)


The Level of Solar Modulation of Galactic Cosmic Rays from 1997 to 2005 as Derived from ACE Measurements of Elemental Energy Spectra

277

M E Wiedenbeck et al (usa-wiedenbeck-M-abs3-sh34-poster)




SH.3.5 : Space weather, terrestrial effects and cosmogenic

nuclides




Multivariate correlation analysis of transient solar events by the facilities of Aragats Space Environmental Center (ASEC)

281

A Chilingarian et al (arm-chilingarian-A-abs3-sh35-poster)


Correlation of the estimated arrival time of the relativistic solar ions at 1 AU and start of ground level enhancement (GLE)

285

H Martirosyan et al (arm-martirosyan-H-abs1-sh35-poster)


Spectrum of the galactic secondary antiprotons considering tertiary and antineutron decay components

289

K C Talavera et al (bra-jayanthi-UB-abs2-sh35-poster)


Long-term variations of solar, interplanetary and geomagnetic indices – An update

293

R P Kane et al (bra-kane-RP-abs1-sh35-oral)


Cosmic Ray Changes and Total North Atlantic Cyclonic Activities

295

S P Kavlakov et al (bul-kavlakov-abs1-sh35-oral)


The Study of Large geomagnetic storms observed during Of Period 1986-2002

299

B Singh et al (ind-chauhan-BS-abs1-sh35-poster)


Study of Magnetic cloud and associated major geomagnetic storm

303

S K Mishra et al (ind-mishra-SK-abs1-sh35-poster)


Effect of polar coronal hole maximum intensity on geosphere during 1978–95

307

S Kumar et al (ind-pal-J-abs1-sh35-poster)


Anti-podal Geomagnetic activity, Sea surface temperature and long-term solar variations

311

G N Shah et al (ind-shah-GN-abs2-sh35-poster)


Association of magnetic blobs with geomagnetic disturbances

315

G N Singh et al (ind-singh-GN-abs1-sh35-oral)


Heliospheric observations during October-November 2003

319

H O Vats (ind-vats-H-abs1-sh35-oral)


Long-term cosmic ray intensity variation in near future and prediction of their contribution in expected global climate change

323

L I Dorman (isr-dorman-LI-abs3-sh35-oral)


Space Weather, Cosmic Ray and Price' storms

327

L A Pustil’nik et al (isr-pustilnik-L-abs1-sh35-oral)


On the probability of solar cosmic ray fluency during SEP event in dependence of the level of  solar activity

331

L I Dorman et al (isr-pustilnik-L-abs2-sh35-poster)


Great SEP events and space weather: 1. Experience of automatically search of event beginning; probabilities of false and missed alerts

335

L I Dorman et al (isr-zukerman-I-abs1-sh35-poster)


Great SEP events and space weather: 2. On-line determination of solar energetic particle spectrum, diffusion coefficient in the interplanetary space, time of ejection and source function

339

L I Dorman et al (isr-zukerman-I-abs2-sh35-oral)


Preliminary results from the LAZIO-Sirad experiment on board of the International Space Station

343

F Altamura et al (ita-casolino-M-abs2-sh35-poster)


Cosmic ray measurements inside ISS with Sileye3/Alteino experiment

345

M Casolino et al (ita-casolino-M-abs6-sh35-poster)


On the altitude dependence of gamma-rays spectra in the Earth's atmosphere

349

S Cecchini et al (ita-cecchini-S-abs3-sh35-poster)


Plasma Events in the South Atlantic Anomaly: Correlations with the Interplanetary Magnetic Field Reconnection Processes

353

A de Brito et al (jap-debrito-AS-abs1-sh35-oral)


Possibility of the detection of past supernova explosion by radiocarbon measurement

357

H Menjo et al (jap-masuda-K-abs2-sh35-poster)


Atmospheric Air Mass Motions Studied from Measurement of Cosmogenic 7Be Radionuclide

361

M Yoshimori (jap-yoshimori-M-abs2-sh35-poster)


Temporal Variations in Surface Concentrations of Radionuclides as Viewed from Altitude Distributions

365

M Yoshimori (jap-yoshimori-M-abs3-sh35-poster)


Possible solar signals in historical droughts in central and southeastern Mexico

369

B Mendoza et al (mex-mendoza-B-abs1-sh35-poster)


Cosmogenic Radionuclide Evidence on the Solar Activity Behaviour Affecting the Climate of the Earth

373

V A Alexeev et al (rus-alexeev-VA-abs1-sh35-poster)


Studies of magnetosphere perturbations by means of wavelet analysis of atmospheric muon data

377

N S Barbashina et al (rus-barbashina-NS-abs1-sh35-poster)


Study of Atmospheric Temperature at Different Altitudes using Muon Angular Distribution at Sea Level

381

V V Borog et al (rus-borog-VV-abs1-sh35-poster)


Geomagnetic effects on cosmic rays during the very strong magnetic storms in November 2003 and November 2004

385

A Belov et al (rus-eroshenko-E-abs1-sh35-oral)


Variations of Intensity of Cosmic Ray Muons due to Thunderstorm Electric Fields

389

N S Khaerdinov et al (rus-khaerdinov-N-abs1-sh35-oral)


A Strong Enhancement of Cosmic Ray Intensity during Thunderstorm: A Case Study and Implications

393

N S Khaerdinov et al (rus-lidvansky-AS-abs2-sh35-poster)


Cosmic Ray/Solar Activity & Current Problems of Global Change Ozone and greenhouse scare: the evidence the sky isn't falling

397

S P Perov (rus-perov-S-abs1-sh35-oral)


Synchronous manifestations of 160-min pulsations in the atmospheric pressure at widely separated stations

401

V E Timofeev et al (rus-timofeev-V-abs3-sh35-poster)


10Be Concentration in the Queen Maud Land Ice Shelf, Antarctica

405

H Moraal et al (saf-moraal-H-abs2-sh35-poster)


CORONAS-F observations of solar energetic protons: changes of geomagnetic transmissivity in the disturbed magnetosphere

409

S N Kuznetsov et al (slk-kudela-K-abs1-sh35-oral)


Testing cosmic ray continuos records for Space Weather

413

M Storini et al (slk-kudela-K-abs3-sh35-poster)


Variations of geomagnetic cutoff rigidities during the series of geomagnetic storms in January 2005: observations and modelling

417

V G Yanke et al (swi-flueckiger-E-abs1-sh35-poster)


Atmospheric Neutron Measurements in the 10-170 MeV Range

421

M R Moser et al (swi-moser-M-abs1-sh35-poster)


Great SEP events and space weather: 4. Checking on the basis of historical events data, expending spectrum by using NM and satellite data simultaneously, and modernizing of the model; 5. Principles of on-line radiation hazard monitoring and forecasting in space, in magnetosphere, and in the atmosphere

425

L I Dorman et al (usa-applbaum-D-abs1-sh35-oral)


How Space Radiation Risk from Galactic Cosmic Rays at the International Space Station Relates to Nuclear Cross Sections

429

Z W Lin et al (usa-lin-ZW-abs1-sh35-oral)


The Cosmic Ray Radiation Dose in Interplanetary Space Present Day and Worst-Case Evaluations

433

R A Mewaldt et al (usa-mewaldt-RA-abs1-sh35-oral)


Space Exploration: Where we have been, Where we are and Where we are going - A human perspective

437

R K Tripathi (usa-tripathi-RK-abs1-sh35-poster)




SH.3.6 : New experiments and instrumentation




Space Weather Observatory at Aragats mountain in Armenia

441

A Chilingarian et al (arm-chilingarian-A-abs1-sh36-oral)


Nor-Amberd multidirectional muon monitor: new detector for the world-wide network

445

K Arakelyan et al (arm-chilingarian-A-abs2-sh36-poster)


Response of the LAZIO-SiRad detector to low energy electrons

449

R Bencardino et al (ita-bencardino-R-abs1-sh36-poster)


CALET Observations of Galactic Electrons in the Heliosphere

453

Y Komori et al (jap-komori-Y-abs1-sh36-poster)


Experimental setup for muon diagnostics of the Earth's atmosphere and magnetosphere (the URAGAN project)

457

D V Chernov et al (rus-chernov-DV-abs1-sh36-poster)


Coupling coefficients for the ground and underground muon detectors

461

G F Krymsky et al (rus-gerasimova-SK-abs1-sh36-poster)


Real-Time Cosmic Ray Distributed (RECORD) database: A status report

465

S A Starodubtsev et al (rus-starodubtsev-S-abs2-sh36-poster)


New multi-directional muon telescope and EAS installation on Mt. Hermon (Israel) in combination with NM-IQSY

469

L I Dorman et al (rus-yanke-VG-abs2-sh36-poster)


Latitude surveys with a calibration neutron monitor

473

H Krüger et al (saf-kruger-H-abs1-sh36-poster)


Environmental effects on neutron monitors

477

H Krüger et al (saf-kruger-H-abs2-sh36-oral)


Accelerator Tests of Angle Detecting Inclined Sensor (ADIS) Prototypes with Beams of 48Ca and Fragments

481

J J Connell et al (usa-connell-J-abs1-sh36-oral)


Neutron Monitor Temperature Coefficients: Measurements for BF3 and 3He Counter Tubes

485

P Evenson et al (usa-pyle-R-abs2-sh36-poster)




Author Index for Volume 2