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Prof. Dr. RuiGuang Wang (China)

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Publications

Date Publication
2009 Article: Did the 2000 July 14 solar flare accelerate protons to >40 GeV ?
Ruiguang Wang
Astroparticle Physics, 31, 149-155
2008 Article: Proton spectrum of the 2005 January 20 solar flare
R. Wang
Chinese Physics C, 32, 104-107
2008 Article: Inspiration from relativistic solar cosmic ray events,
R. G. Wang & F. R. Zhu
Nuclear Physics B (Proc. Suppl. ), 175-176, 563-566
2007 Article: Large geomagnetic storms of extreme solar event periods in solar cycle 23
Ruiguang Wang
Advances in Space Research, 40, 1835-1841
2006 Article: Statistical characteristics of solar energetic proton events from January 1997 to June 2005
Ruiguang Wang
Astroparticle Physics, 26, 202-208
2006 Article: Spectra and solar energetic protons over 20 GeV in Bastille Day event
Ruiguang Wang and Jinxiu Wang
Astroparticle Physics, 25, 41-46
2006 Article: Investigation of the cosmic ray ground level enhancements during solar cycle 23
Ruiguang Wang & Jinxiu Wang
Advances in Space Research, 38, 489-492

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