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#### A study of the global heliospheric modulation of galactic carbon

(Elsevier, 2014)

Observations of galactic Carbon in the heliosphere provide a useful tool with which a comprehensive description of the global
modulation of cosmic rays both inside and outside off the solar wind termination shock (TS) can ...

#### Modelling and observing Jovian electron propagation times in the inner heliosphere

(ELSEVIER, 2013)

The propagation of Jovian electrons in interplanetary space was modelled by solving the relevant transport equation numerically through the use of stochastic differential equations. This approach allows us to calculate, ...

#### Time-dependent modulation of cosmic rays in the heliosphere

(Springer Verlag, 2014)

The time-dependent modulation of galactic cosmic rays in the heliosphere is studied
by computing intensities using a time-dependent modulation model. By introducing recent
theoretical advances in the transport coefficients ...

#### The charge-sign dependent effect in the solar modulation of cosmic rays

(Elsevier, 2014)

The centennial anniversary of the discovery of cosmic rays was in 2012. Since this discovery considerable progress has been made on
several aspects related to galactic cosmic rays in the heliosphere. It is known that they ...

#### Solar modulation of cosmic rays

(Living Reviews, 2013)

This is an overview of the solar modulation of cosmic rays in the heliosphere. It is a
broad topic with numerous intriguing aspects so that a research framework has to be chosen
to concentrate on. The review focuses on ...

#### A local interstellar spectrum for galactic electrons

(ELSEVIER, 2013)

A heliopause spectrum at 122 AU from the Sun is presented for galactic electrons over an energy range
from 1 MeV to 50 GeV that can be considered the lowest possible local interstellar spectrum (LIS). The
focus of this ...

#### Modelling the effects of scattering parameters on particle-drift in the solar modulation of galactic cosmic rays

(Elsevier, 2015)

It is well known that particle drift motions are suppressed by diffusive scattering as established by direct numerical simulations. The effect of constant scattering on the drift velocities of charged particles has always ...

#### Solving Parker’s transport equation with stochastic differential equations on GPUs

(Elsevier, 2015)

The numerical solution of transport equations for energetic charged particles in space is generally very costly in terms of time. Besides the use of multi-core CPUs and computer clusters in order to decrease the computation ...

#### New insights from modeling the neutral heliospheric current sheet

(Springer, 2015)

Recently, the modulation of cosmic rays in the heliosphere
has increasingly been studied by solving the well
known transport equation via an approach based on stochastic
differential equations. This approach, which is ...

#### Cosmic rays in the inner heliosphere: insights from observations, theory and models

(Springer, 2011)

The global modulation of galactic cosmic rays in the inner heliosphere is determined by four major mechanisms: convection, diffusion, particle drifts (gradient, curvature and current sheet drifts), and adiabatic energy ...