Arnold Whittaker Wolfendale

Physics Durham University, Durham, England, United Kingdom 
Experimental Physics
"Arnold Whittaker Wolfendale"
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Patrick M.S. Blackett grad student 1953 University of Manchester
 (The nuclear interactions of mu-mesons.)
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Erlykin AD, Machavariani SK, Wolfendale AW. (2019) Puzzles of the cosmic ray anisotropy Advances in Space Research. 63: 794-799
Vincent AC, Wibig T, Wolfendale AW. (2018) Foreground contribution to the inferred cosmological parameters from Planck International Journal of Modern Physics D. 27: 1750189
Dogiel VA, Cheng KS, Chernyshov DO, et al. (2018) Cosmic Ray (Stochastic) Acceleration from a Background Plasma Nuclear and Particle Physics Proceedings. 72-79
Erlykin AD, Wolfendale AW. (2017) Characteristics of the energy spectra of cosmic rays and a single source model Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics. 81: 410-412
Erlykin AD, Harper DAT, Sloan T, et al. (2017) Mass extinctions over the last 500 myr: an astronomical cause? Palaeontology. 60: 159-167
Erlykin AD, Machavariani SK, Wolfendale AW. (2017) The Local Bubble in the interstellar medium and the origin of the low energy cosmic rays Advances in Space Research. 59: 748-750
Wibig T, Wolfendale AW. (2016) Cosmic ray contributions to the WMAP polarization data on the cosmic microwave background International Journal of Modern Physics D. 25: 1650029
Erlykin AD, Wolfendale AW. (2016) Secondary cosmic ray nuclei in the light of the single source model and comparison with recent AMS-02 data Journal of Physics G. 43: 105201
Kancírová M, Kudela K, Erlykin AD, et al. (2016) Relevance of long term time – Series of atmospheric parameters at a mountain observatory to models for climate change Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics. 148: 1-12
Erlykin AD, Wolfendale AW, Dogiel VA. (2016) The radial gradient of cosmic ray intensity in the Galaxy Advances in Space Research. 57: 519-525
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