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DEEP RIVER

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Identification_Information:
Citation:
Citation_Information:
Title:
DEEP RIVER
Online_Linkage: http://spidr.ngdc.noaa.gov
Description:
Abstract:
DPRV Cosmic Ray Observatory DEEP RIVER
Supplemental_Information:
Monitor type: IQSY-NM-64 Neutron Monitors, Muon Detectors, Closed IGY-Type Neutron Monitors, Closed Ionization Chambers; Vertical Cutoff: 1. 02 GV; Altitude: 145 meters; # of tubes: 48 tubes; TYPE OF EQUIPMENT AND CONFIGURATION: Wide angle muon monitor, 4-MT-64 cubical muon monitor; Comments: The monitor was enlarged on February 1, 1965. Data routinely submitted to the World Data Centers approximately a week after observations. Data published in the Atomic Energy of Canada, ""Cosmic Ray NM-64 Neutron Monitor Data"" series of reports. Data for 1964 published in ""Cosmic-Ray Intensity During the International Years of the Quiet Sun"", No. 10, National Committee for the International Geophysical Coordination, Science Council of Japan, Ueno Park, Tokyo, Japan, March 1967. Daily averages published in ""Solar-Geophysical Data"", NOAA, Boulder, Colorado, 80302, U.S.A. Data may be submitted to World Data Centers. Data may be published from start until end of 1965 to overlap cubical muon monitor observations beginning February 20, 1965. Data routinely published in the Atomic Energy of Canada ""Cosmic Ray MT-64 Muon Monitor Data"" series of reports. The monitor was enlarged between December 4 and December 28, 1957. Data to April 30, 1962 deposited in the World Data Centers. Data to be published in the Atomic Energy of Canada, Ltd., neutron monitor series of reports. Data during IGY published in ""Cosmic-Ray Intensity During the International Geophysical Year"", National Committee for the International Geophysical Year, Science Council of Japan, Ueno Park, Tokyo, Japan, as follows: July 25-December 1957Book No. 1, March 1959 January-June 1958 Book No. 2, December 1959 July-December 1958 Book No. 3, April 1960. Pulse ion chamber, 30 inch diameter with 10 atmospheres argon (Phys. Rev., 99, 1542, 1955). This large ion-chamber was adapted to record ionization bursts due to extensive showers, individual protons, and stars. The number of protons and stars depositing more than 316, 000 ion-pairs in the chamber are listed. Approximately 87% are protons. Data deposited in the World Data Centers. The data for the above period are published in ""Annals of IGY"", Vol XXVI, 279, 1963.
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Beginning_Date:1957-07-01
Ending_Date:0000-00-00
Spatial_Domain:
Bounding_Coordinates:
West_Bounding_Coordinate:46.10
East_Bounding_Coordinate:46.10
North_Bounding_Coordinate:-77.50
South_Bounding_Coordinate:-77.50
Point_of_Contact:
Contact_Information:
Contact_Organization_Primary:
Contact_Person:Dr. Hugh Carmichael Atomic Energy of Canada, Ltd. Chalk River, Ontario, Canada
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