William R. Webber - Publications

Affiliations: 
New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, United States 
Area:
Astronomy and Astrophysics
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https://astro.nmsu.edu/news-events/2018/12/we-mourn-the-passing-of-dr.-bill-webber.html

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2015 Quenby JJ, Webber WR. Transient heliosheath modulation Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 453: 1297-1304. DOI: 10.1093/Mnras/Stv1482  0.8
2015 Intriligator DS, Sun W, Miller WD, Dryer M, Deehr C, Webber WR, Intriligator JM, Detman TM. Modelling the March 2012 solar events and their impacts at Voyager 1 in the vicinity of the heliopause Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 577. DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/577/1/012013  0.8
2015 Webber WR, Quenby JJ. UNUSUAL GALACTIC COSMIC RAY INTENSITY and SPECTRAL CHANGES OBSERVED by V1 NEAR the HELIOPAUSE Astrophysical Journal. 806. DOI: 10.1088/0004-637X/806/1/138  0.8
2015 Webber WR, McDonald FB, Cummings AC, Stone EC, Heikkila B, Lal N. Sudden intensity increases and radial gradient changes of cosmic ray MeV electrons and protons observed at Voyager 1 beyond 111 AU in the heliosheath Geophysical Research Letters. 39. DOI: 10.1029/2012Gl051171  0.8
2015 Intriligator DS, Sun W, Dryer M, Intriligator J, Deehr C, Detman T, Webber WR. Did the July 2012 solar events cause a "tsunami" throughout the heliosphere, heliosheath, and into the interstellar medium? Journal of Geophysical Research a: Space Physics. 120: 8267-8280. DOI: 10.1002/2015Ja021406  0.8
2014 Schlickeiser R, Webber WR, Kempf A. Explanation of the local galactic cosmic ray energy spectra measured by Voyager 1. I. Protons Astrophysical Journal. 787. DOI: 10.1088/0004-637X/787/1/35  0.8
2013 Stone EC, Cummings AC, McDonald FB, Heikkila BC, Lal N, Webber WR. Voyager 1 observes low-energy galactic cosmic rays in a region depleted of heliospheric ions. Science (New York, N.Y.). 341: 150-3. PMID 23811227 DOI: 10.1126/Science.1236408  0.8
2013 Quenby JJ, Webber WR. The structure of the heliopause Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 436: 3306-3308. DOI: 10.1093/Mnras/Stt1813  0.8
2013 Webber WR. Reminiscences - Interrupted: A solar modulation theory once lost, now found? Aip Conference Proceedings. 1516: 89-96. DOI: 10.1063/1.4792546  0.8
2013 McDonald FB, Webber WR, Stone EC, Cummings AC, Heikkila BC, Lal N. Galactic cosmic rays in the distant heliosphere Aip Conference Proceedings. 1516: 85-88. DOI: 10.1063/1.4792545  0.8
2013 Webber WR, McDonald FB. Recent Voyager 1 data indicate that on 25 August 2012 at a distance of 121.7 AU from the Sun, sudden and unprecedented intensity changes were observed in anomalous and galactic cosmic rays Geophysical Research Letters. 40: 1665-1668. DOI: 10.1002/Grl.50383  0.8
2012 Webber WR, Intriligator DS, Decker RB. The Halloween shock of 2003 as it reached Voyager 2 at ∼73 AU-Two separate acceleration zones and two different spectra for energetic protons Aip Conference Proceedings. 1500: 249-254. DOI: 10.1063/1.4768774  0.8
2012 Intriligator DS, Detman T, Intriligator J, Dryer M, Sun W, Deehr C, Webber WR, Decker RB, McPherron RL. Space weather throughout the heliosphere Aip Conference Proceedings. 1500: 100-108. DOI: 10.1063/1.4768751  0.8
2012 Intriligator DS, Detman T, Dryer M, Intriligator J, Sun W, Webber WR, Deehr C. Insights gained using HHMS-PI from the Sun to Voyager 2 Aip Conference Proceedings. 1436: 314-320. DOI: 10.1063/1.4723625  0.8
2011 Cummings AC, Stone EC, McDonald FB, Heikkila BC, Lal N, Webber WR. Voyager observations of anomalous cosmic rays in the outer heliosphere Proceedings of the 32nd International Cosmic Ray Conference, Icrc 2011. 11: 2-5. DOI: 10.7529/ICRC2011/V02/0101  0.8
2011 Webber WR, Intriligator DS. Voyagers 1 and 2 in a shrunken and squashed heliosphere Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 116. DOI: 10.1029/2011Ja016478  0.8
2011 Nkosi GS, Potgieter MS, Webber WR. Modelling of low-energy galactic electrons in the heliosheath Advances in Space Research. 48: 1480-1489. DOI: 10.1016/J.Asr.2011.06.017  0.8
2010 Webber WR, Intriligator DS. A coincidence in time between two large interplanetary shocks reaching voyagers 1 and 2 near the heliospheric termination shock and the onset of two recent kHz heliospheric radio events at about 2004.64 and 2006.39 Aip Conference Proceedings. 1302: 158-164. DOI: 10.1063/1.3529964  0.8
2010 Intriligator DS, Intriligator J, Miller WD, Webber WR, Decker RB, Sun W, Detman T, Dryer M, Deehr C. Voyager 2 high energy ions near the outward moving termination shock Aip Conference Proceedings. 1302: 148-157. DOI: 10.1063/1.3529963  0.8
2010 McDonald FB, Webber WR, Reames DV. Unusual time histories of galactic and anomalous cosmic rays at 1 AU over the deep solar minimum of cycle 23/24 Geophysical Research Letters. 37. DOI: 10.1029/2010Gl044218  0.8
2010 Intriligator DS, Intriligator J, Miller WD, Webber WR, Decker RB. Higher-energy plasma ions found near the termination shock: Analyses of Voyager 2 data in the heliosheath and in the outer heliosphere Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 115. DOI: 10.1029/2009Ja014967  0.8
2010 Webber WR, Higbie PR. What Voyager cosmic ray data in the outer heliosphere tells us about 10Be production in the Earths polar atmosphere in the recent past Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 115. DOI: 10.1029/2009Ja014532  0.8
2009 Intriligator DS, Detman T, Intriligator J, Gloeckler C, Sun W, Miller WD, Webber WR, Dryer M. Shock waves in space environments Aip Conference Proceedings. 1183: 167-177. DOI: 10.1063/1.3266773  0.8
2009 Webber WR, Cummings AC, McDonald FB, Stone EC, Heikkila B, Lal N. Transient intensity changes of cosmic rays beyond the heliospheric termination shock as observed at Voyager 1 Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 114. DOI: 10.1029/2009Ja014156  0.8
2009 Webber WR, Higbie PR. Galactic propagation of cosmic ray nuclei in a model with an increasing diffusion coefficient at low rigidities: A comparison of the new interstellar spectra with Voyager data in the outer heliosphere Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 114. DOI: 10.1029/2008Ja013689  0.8
2009 Strauss RD, Potgieter MS, Ferreira SES, Webber WR. The acceleration and modulation of multiple charged anomalous cosmic rays revisited 31st International Cosmic Ray Conference, Icrc 2009 0.8
2009 McDonald FB, Stone EC, Cummings AC, Webber WR, Heikkila BC, Lal N. Voyager observations of galactic ions and electrons in the heliosheath 31st International Cosmic Ray Conference, Icrc 2009 0.8
2008 Stone EC, Cummings AC, McDonald FB, Heikkila BC, Lal N, Webber WR. An asymmetric solar wind termination shock. Nature. 454: 71-4. PMID 18596802 DOI: 10.1038/Nature07022  0.8
2008 Intriligator DS, Sun W, Rees A, Horbury T, Webber WR, Deehr C, Detman T, Dryer M, Intriligator J. Three-dimensional simulations of shock propagation in the heliosphere and beyond Aip Conference Proceedings. 1039: 375-383. DOI: 10.1063/1.2982474  0.8
2008 Cummings AC, Stone EC, McDonald FB, Heikkila BC, Lal N, Webber WR. Anomalous cosmic rays in the heliosheath Aip Conference Proceedings. 1039: 343-348. DOI: 10.1063/1.2982469  0.8
2008 Webber WR, Cummings AC, McDonald FB, Stone EC, Heikkila B, Lal N. Galactic cosmic ray H and He nuclei energy spectra measured by Voyagers 1 and 2 near the heliospheric termination shock in positive and negative solar magnetic polarity cycles Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 113. DOI: 10.1029/2008Ja013395  0.8
2008 Webber WR, Higbie PR. Limits on the interstellar cosmic ray electron spectrum below ∼1-2 GeV derived from the galactic polar radio spectrum and constrained by new Voyager 1 measurements Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 113. DOI: 10.1029/2008Ja013386  0.8
2007 Webber WR, Higbie PR, McCracken KG. Production of the cosmogenic isotopes3H, 7Be, 10Be, and36Cl in the Earth's atmosphere by solar and galactic cosmic rays Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 112. DOI: 10.1029/2007Ja012499  0.8
2007 Webber WR, Cummings AC, McDonald FB, Stone EC, Heikkila B, Lal N. Passage of a large interplanetary shock from the inner heliosphere to the heliospheric termination shock and beyond: Its effects on cosmic rays at Voyagers 1 and 2 Geophysical Research Letters. 34. DOI: 10.1029/2007Gl031339  0.8
2007 Webber WR, Cummings AC, McDonald FB, Stone EC, Heikkila B, Lal N. Temporal and spectral variations of anomalous oxygen nuclei measured by Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 in the outer heliosphere Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 112. DOI: 10.1029/2006Ja012207  0.8
2007 McDonald FB, Stone EC, Cummings AC, Webber WR, Heikkila BC, Lal N. Anomalous cosmic rays in the distant heliosphere and the reversal of the Sun's magnetic polarity in Cycle 23 Geophysical Research Letters. 34. DOI: 10.1029/2006Gl028932  0.8
2007 Krainev MB, Kalinin MS, Webber WR. The galactic cosmic ray intensity during the minima of solar cycles 21-24: The radial profiles and time behavior in the inner heliosphere and in the heliosheath Proceedings of the 30th International Cosmic Ray Conference, Icrc 2007. 1: 417-420.  0.8
2007 Stone EC, Cummings AC, McDonald FB, Heikkila BC, Lal N, Webber WR. Voyager observations of energetic particles near the solar wind termination shock Proceedings of the 30th International Cosmic Ray Conference, Icrc 2007. 1: 831-834.  0.8
2006 Webber WR, McDonald FB, Cummings AC, Stone EC, Heikkila B, Lal N. The disappearance of anomalous protons at Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 in the outer heliosphere between 1998 and 2002 Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 111. DOI: 10.1029/2006Ja011669  0.8
2006 Webber WR. Voyager measurements of galactic cosmic rays and implications for modulation in the heliosheath and beyond Aip Conference Proceedings. 858: 135-142.  0.8
2006 Krainev MV, Webber WR. Solar cycle in galactic cosmic ray intensity in inner and outer heliospheres Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics. 69: 940-944.  0.8
2006 Cummings AC, Stone EC, McDonald FB, Heikkila BC, Lal N, Webber WR. Termination shock particle spectral features Aip Conference Proceedings. 858: 86-91.  0.8
2006 McDonald FB, Webber WR, Stone EC, Cummings AC, Heikkila BC, Lal N. Voyager observations of galactic and anomalous cosmic rays in the helioshealth Aip Conference Proceedings. 858: 79-85.  0.8
2005 Stone EC, Cummings AC, McDonald FB, Heikkila BC, Lal N, Webber WR. Voyager 1 explores the termination shock region and the heliosheath beyond. Science (New York, N.Y.). 309: 2017-20. PMID 16179468 DOI: 10.1126/Science.1117684  0.8
2005 McDonald FB, Stone EC, Burlaga LF, Cummings AC, Heikkila BC, Lal N, Ness NF, Richardson JD, Webber WR. Observations of energetic ions and electrons in the distant heliosphere: 2001 - 2005.0 Aip Conference Proceedings. 781: 261-266. DOI: 10.1063/1.2032706  0.8
2005 Webber WR, Heber B, Lockwood JA. Time variations of cosmic ray electrons and nuclei between 1978 and 2004: Evidence for charge-dependent modulation organized by changes in solar magnetic polarity and current sheet tilt Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 110. DOI: 10.1029/2005Ja011291  0.8
2005 Webber WR. An empirical estimate of the heliospheric termination shock location with time with application to the intensity increases of MeV protons seen at Voyager 1 in 2002-2005 Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 110. DOI: 10.1029/2005Ja011209  0.8
2005 Webber WR, Cummings AC, Stone EC, McDonald FB, Lal N, Heikkila B. Differences in the spectra of anomalous cosmic ray helium nuclei in two solar magnetic polarity cycles Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 110. DOI: 10.1029/2005Ja011123  0.8
2005 Lockwood JA, Webber WR. Intensities of galactic cosmic rays of ∼1.5 GV rigidity at Earth versus the heliospheric current sheet tilt Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 110. DOI: 10.1029/2004Ja010880  0.8
2005 Krainev MB, Webber WR. Internal and external factors responsible for long-term variations in the intensity of galactic cosmic rays Geomagnetism and Aeronomy. 45: 425-430.  0.8
2005 McDonald FB, Stone EC, Cummings AC, Heikkila BC, Lal N, Webber WR. Voyager 1 observations of termination shock particle events - The effect of interplanetary transients 29th International Cosmic Ray Conference, Icrc 2005. 2: 35-38.  0.8
2005 McDonald FB, Stone EC, Burlaga LF, Cummings AC, Heikkila BC, Lal N, Ness NF, Richardson JD, Webber WR. Voyager 2 observations of MeV ions in the outer heliosphere over the solar maximum period of cycle 23 29th International Cosmic Ray Conference, Icrc 2005. 2: 31-34.  0.8
2004 Webber WR, Lockwood JA. Heliocentric radial intensity profiles of galactic cosmic rays measured by the IMP, Voyager, and Pioneer spacecraft in solar 11-year modulation cycles of opposite magnetic polarity Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 109. DOI: 10.1029/2004Ja010642  0.8
2004 Webber WR, Lockwood JA. Onset and amplitude of the 11-year solar modulation of cosmic ray intensities at the Earth and at Voyagers 1 and 2 during the period from 1997 to 2003 Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 109. DOI: 10.1029/2004Ja010492  0.8
2004 Webber WR, Lockwood JA. Large global transient decreases of >70 MeV cosmic rays observed at Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 in the outer heliosphere in 2001-2003: The onset of heliospheric 2-3 kHz radio emission and the distance to the heliopause Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 109. DOI: 10.1029/2003Ja010340  0.8
2004 Langner UW, Potgieter MS, Webber WR. Modelling of 'barrier' modulation for cosmic ray protons in the outer heliosphere Advances in Space Research. 34: 138-143. DOI: 10.1016/J.Asr.2003.02.058  0.8
2004 Ferreira SES, Potgieter MS, Webber WR. Modulation of low-energy cosmic ray electrons in the outer heliosphere Advances in Space Research. 34: 126-131. DOI: 10.1016/J.Asr.2003.01.032  0.8
2003 McDonald FB, Stone EC, Cummings AC, Heikkila B, Lal N, Webber WR. Enhancements of energetic particles near the heliospheric termination shock. Nature. 426: 48-51. PMID 14603312 DOI: 10.1038/Nature02066  0.8
2003 Webber WR, McDonald FB, Lukasiak A. Voyager 2 measurements in the outer heliosphere of the energy spectra of cosmic-ray nuclei from less than 100 MeV nucleon-1 to more than 1.0 GeV nucleon-1 Astrophysical Journal. 599: 582-595. DOI: 10.1086/379145  0.8
2003 Webber WR, Soutoul A, Kish JC, Rockstroh JM. Updated formula for calculating partial cross sections for nuclear reactions of nuclei with Z ≤ 28 and E > 150 MeV nucleon-1 in hydrogen targets Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series. 144: 153-167. DOI: 10.1086/344051  0.8
2003 Langner UW, Potgieter MS, Webber WR. Modulation of cosmic ray protons in the heliosheath Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 108. DOI: 10.1029/2003Ja009934  0.8
2003 Webber WR, Higbie PR. Production of cosmogenic Be nuclei in the Earth's atmosphere by cosmic rays: Its dependence on solar modulation and the interstellar cosmic ray spectrum Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 108. DOI: 10.1029/2003Ja009863  0.8
2003 Webber WR, Krainev MB. Radial dependence of residual, 11- and 22-year variations in galactic cosmic ray intensity Izvestiya Akademii Nauk. Ser. Fizicheskaya. 67: 1435-1439.  0.8
2002 Peterson JD, Webber WR. Interstellar absorption of the galactic polar low-frequency radio background synchrotron spectrum as an indicator of clumpiness in the warm ionized medium Astrophysical Journal. 575: 217-224. DOI: 10.1086/341258  0.8
2002 Webber WR, Lukasiak A, McDonald FB. Voyager measurements of the charge and isotopic composition of cosmic ray Li, Be, and B nuclei and implications for their production in the galaxy Astrophysical Journal. 568: 210-215. DOI: 10.1086/338795  0.8
2002 Webber WR, McDonald FB, Lockwood JA, Heikkila B. The effect of the July 14, 2000 "Bastille Day" solar flare event on >70 MeV galactic cosmic rays observed at V1 and V2 in the distant heliosphere Geophysical Research Letters. 29. DOI: 10.1029/2002Gl014729  0.8
2002 Webber WR, Lockwood JA. Changes of the outer to inner heliospheric intensity ratios of >70 MeV galactic cosmic rays as a function of solar magnetic polarity Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 107. DOI: 10.1029/2001Ja009164  0.8
2002 Van Allen JA, Webber WR. Observed solar modulation of galactic cosmic ray intensity in the outer heliosphere, 1997-2001 Geophysical Research Letters. 29: 35-1 - 35-3. DOI: 10.1029/2001Gl014099  0.8
2001 Jones FC, Lukasiak A, Ptuskin VS, Webber WR. K-capture cosmic ray secondaries and reaccelation Advances in Space Research. 27: 737-741. DOI: 10.1016/S0273-1177(01)00113-2  0.8
2001 Webber WR, Lockwood JA. Voyager and Pioneer spacecraft measurements of cosmic ray intensities in the outer heliosphere: Toward a new paradigm for understanding the global modulation process 2. Maximum solar modulation (1990-1991) Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 106: 29333-29340.  0.8
2001 Webber WR, Lockwood JA. Voyager and Pioneer spacecraft measurements of cosmic ray intensities in the outer heliosphere: Toward a new paradigm for understanding the global solar modulation process 1. Minimum solar modulation (1987 and 1997) Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 106: 29323-29331.  0.8
2001 Lockwood JA, Webber WR, Debrunner H. Differences in the maximum intensities and the intensity-time profiles of cosmic rays in alternate solar magnetic field polarities Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 106: 10635-10644.  0.8
2000 Menn W, Hof M, Reimer O, Simon M, Davis AJ, Labrador AW, Mewaldt RA, Schindler SM, Barbier LM, Christian ER, Krombel KE, Krizmanic JF, Mitchell JW, Ormes JF, Streitmatter RE, ... ... Webber WR, et al. The absolute flux of protons and helium at the top of the atmosphere using IMAX Astrophysical Journal. 533: 281-297.  0.8
1999 Webber WR, Lockwood JA. A new look at the >70 Mev cosmic ray radial gradients in the heliosphere measured by spacecraft Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 104: 2487-2498.  0.8
1999 Tuvè C, Albergo S, Boemi D, Caccia Z, Chen CX, Costa S, Crawford HJ, Cronqvist M, Engelage J, Greiner L, Guzik TG, Knott CN, Insolia A, Lindstrom PJ, Mitchell JW, ... ... Webber WR, et al. Neutron production in coincidence with fragments from the 40Ca + H reaction at Elab=357A and 565A MeV Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics. 59: 233-238.  0.8
1998 Webber WR, Kish JC, Rockstroh JM, Cassagnou Y, Legrain R, Soutoul A, Testard O, Tull C. Production cross sections of fragments from beams of 400-650 MeV per nucleon9Be, 11B, 12C, 14N, 15N, 16O, 20Ne, 22Ne, 56Fe, and58Ni nuclei interacting in a liquid hydrogen target. II. Isotopic cross sections of fragments Astrophysical Journal. 508: 949-958. DOI: 10.1086/306446  0.8
1998 Webber WR, Kish JC, Rockstroh JM, Cassagnou Y, Legrain R, Soutoul A, Testard O, Toll C. Roduction cross sections of fragments from beams of 400-650 MeV per nucleon9Be, 11B, 12C, 14N, 15N, 16O, 20Ne, 22Ne, 56Fe, and58Ni nuclei interacting in a liquid hydrogen target. I. Charge changing and total cross sections Astrophysical Journal. 508: 940-948. DOI: 10.1086/306445  0.8
1998 Webber WR, Soutoul A. A study of the surviving fraction of the cosmic-ray radioactive decay isotopes10Be, 26Al, 36C1, and54Mn as a function of energy using the charge ratios Be/B, Al/Mg, Cl/Ar, and Mn/Fe measured on HEAO-3 Astrophysical Journal. 506: 335-340. DOI: 10.1086/306224  0.8
1998 Webber WR. A new estimate of the local interstellar energy density and ionization rate of galactic cosmic rays Astrophysical Journal. 506: 329-334. DOI: 10.1086/306222  0.8
1998 Reimer O, Menn W, Hof M, Simon M, Barbier LM, Christian ER, Krombel KE, Mitchell JW, Ormes JF, Streitmatter RE, Golden RL, Stochaj SJ, Webber WR, Rasmussen IL, Davis AJ, et al. The cosmic-ray 3He/4He ratio from 200 MeV per nucleon-1 to 3.7 GeV per nucleon-1 Astrophysical Journal. 496: 490-502. DOI: 10.1086/305358  0.8
1998 Webber WR. What are the limits for ace galactic cosmic-ray isotope studies? Space Science Reviews. 86: 239-256. DOI: 10.1023/A:1005023728963  0.8
1998 Webber WR, Lockwood JA. The inner heliosphere - Outer heliosphere comparison for cosmic ray modulation Space Science Reviews. 83: 159-167. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-1189-0_14  0.8
1998 Soutoul A, Legrain R, Lukasiak A, McDonald FB, Webber WR. Evidence from Voyager and ISEE-3 spacecraft data for the decay of secondary K-electron capture isotopes during the propagation of cosmic rays in the galaxy Astronomy and Astrophysics. 336.  0.8
1998 Webber WR, Soutoul A, Kish JC, Rockstroh JM, Cassagnou Y, Legrain R, Testard O. Measurement of charge changing and isotopic cross sections at ∼600 MeV/nucIeon from the interactions of ∼30 separate beams of relativistic nuclei from 10B to 55Mn in a liquid hydrogen target Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics. 58: 3539-3552.  0.8
1997 Lukasiak A, McDonald FB, Webber WR. Voyager measurements of the mass composition of cosmic-ray Ca through Fe nuclei Astrophysical Journal. 488: 454-461. DOI: 10.1086/304677  0.8
1997 Chen CX, Albergo S, Caccia Z, Costa S, Crawford HJ, Cronqvist M, Engelage J, Greiner L, Guzik TG, Insolia A, Knott CN, Lindstrom PJ, Mcmahon M, Mitchell JW, Potenza R, ... ... Webber WR, et al. Relativistic interaction of22Ne and26Mg in hydrogen and the cosmic-ray implications Astrophysical Journal. 479: 504-521. DOI: 10.1086/303881  0.8
1997 Webber WR, Lukasiak A, Mcdonald FB. Voyager measurements of the mass composition of cosmic-ray Ne, Mg, Si, and S nuclei Astrophysical Journal. 476: 766-770. DOI: 10.1086/303662  0.8
1997 Lockwood JA, Webber WR. A comparison of cosmic ray intensities near the Earth at the sunspot minima in 1976 and 1987 and during 1995 and 1996 Journal of Geophysical Research a: Space Physics. 102: 24221-24228. DOI: 10.1029/97JA01447  0.8
1997 Webber WR. New experimental data and what it tells us about the sources and acceleration of cosmic rays Space Science Reviews. 81: 107-142. DOI: 10.1023/A:1004952927578  0.8
1997 Webber WR, Rockstroh JM. Monte Carlo calculations of cosmic ray electron and nuclei diffusion in the galaxy - A comparison of data and predictions Advances in Space Research. 19: 817-820. DOI: 10.1016/S0273-1177(96)00153-6  0.8
1997 Webber WR. 3HE and 2H measurements and what they tell us about cosmic ray propagation in the galaxy Advances in Space Research. 19: 755-758. DOI: 10.1016/S0273-1177(96)00141-X  0.8
1997 Lukasiak A, McDonald FB, Webber WR, Ferrando P. Voyager measurements of the isotopic composition of FE, CO and NI nuclei-implications for the nucleosynthesis and the acceleration of cosmic rays Advances in Space Research. 19: 747-750. DOI: 10.1016/S0273-1177(96)00139-1  0.8
1997 Knott CN, Albergo S, Caccia Z, Chen CX, Costa S, Crawford HJ, Cronqvist M, Engelage J, Greiner L, Guzik TG, Insolia A, Lindstrom PJ, Mitchell JW, Potenza R, Russo GV, ... ... Webber WR, et al. Interactions of relativistic 36Ar and 40Ar nuclei in hydrogen: Isotopic production cross sections Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics. 56: 398-406.  0.8
1997 Tuvè C, Albergo S, Boemi D, Caccia Z, Chen CX, Costa S, Crawford HJ, Cronqvist M, Engelage J, Greiner L, Guzik TG, Insolia A, Knott CN, Lindstrom PJ, Mitchell JW, ... ... Webber WR, et al. Neutron production at 0° from the 40Ca+H reaction at Elab = 357A and 565A MeV Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics. 56: 1057-1063.  0.8
1997 Chen CX, Albergo S, Caccia Z, Costa S, Crawford HJ, Cronqvist M, Engelage J, Greiner L, Guzik TG, Insolia A, Knott CN, Lindstrom PJ, McMahon M, Mitchell JW, Potenza R, ... ... Webber WR, et al. Systematics of isotopic production cross sections from interactions of relativistic 40Ca in hydrogen Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics. 56: 1536-1543.  0.8
1996 Mitchell JW, Barbier LM, Christian ER, Krizmanic JF, Krombel K, Ormes JF, Streitmatter RE, Labrador AW, Davis A, Mewaldt RA, Schindler SM, Golden RL, Stochaj SJ, Webber WR, Menn W, et al. Measurement of 0.25-3.2 GeV antiprotons in the cosmic radiation. Physical Review Letters. 76: 3057-3060. PMID 10060865 DOI: 10.1103/Physrevlett.76.3057  0.8
1996 Bellotti R, Cafagna F, Circella M, De Cataldo G, De Marzo CN, Giglietto N, Spinelli P, Golden RL, Stephens SA, Stochaj SJ, Webber WR, De Pascale MP, Morselli A, Picozza P, Ormes JF, et al. Measurement of the negative muon spectrum between 0.3 and 40 GeV/c in the atmosphere. Physical Review D: Particles and Fields. 53: 35-43. PMID 10019770 DOI: 10.1103/Physrevd.53.35  0.8
1996 Brunetti MT, Codino A, Grimani C, Menichelli M, Miozza M, Salvatori I, Golden RL, Kimbell BL, Stephens SA, Stochaj SJ, Webber WR, Massimo Brancaccio F, Papini P, Piccardi S, Spillantini P, et al. Negative pion and muon fluxes in atmospheric cascades at a depth of 5 g cm-2 Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics. 22: 145-153. DOI: 10.1088/0954-3899/22/1/014  0.8
1996 Webber WR, Lukasiak A, Mcdonald FB, Ferrando P. New high-statistical-high-resolution measurements of the cosmic-ray CNO isotopes from a 17 year study using the voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft Astrophysical Journal. 457: 435-439. DOI: 10.1086/176743  0.8
1995 Mcdonald FB, Lukasiak A, Webber WR. Pioneer 10 and Voyager 1 observations of anomalous cosmic-ray hydrogen in the outer heliosphere Astrophysical Journal. 446. DOI: 10.1086/187940  0.8
1995 Harrison TE, Webber WR, Mcnamara BJ. Gamma-ray bursts localized to within 0.25 square degree. II. The correlation with galactic objects and X-ray sources Astronomical Journal. 110: 2216-2224. DOI: 10.1086/117682  0.8
1995 Webber WR, Harrison TE, Mcnamara BJ, Lopez A. Gamma-ray bursts localized to within 0.25 square degree: A correlation with extragalactic objects Astronomical Journal. 110: 733-738. DOI: 10.1086/117557  0.8
1995 Lockwood JA, Webber WR. An estimate of the location of the modulation boundary for E> 70 MeV galactic cosmic rays using Voyager and Pioneer spacecraft data Astrophysical Journal. 442: 852-860.  0.8
1994 Guzik TG, Albergo S, Chen CX, Costa S, Crawford HJ, Engelage J, Ferrando P, Flores I, Greiner L, Jones FC, Knott CN, Ko S, Lindstrom PJ, Mazotta J, Mitchell JW, ... ... Webber WR, et al. A program to measure new energetic particle nuclear interaction cross sections. Advances in Space Research : the Official Journal of the Committee On Space Research (Cospar). 14: 825-30. PMID 11540031 DOI: 10.1016/0273-1177(94)90547-9  0.8
1994 Lukasiak A, Mcdonald FB, Webber WR. Voyager measurements of the isotopic composition of cosmic-ray aluminum and implications for the propagation of cosmic rays Astrophysical Journal. 430. DOI: 10.1086/187440  0.8
1994 Golden RL, Grimani C, Kimbell BL, Stephens SA, Stochaj SJ, Webber WR, Basini G, Bongiorno F, Massimo Brancaccio F, Ricci M, Ormes JF, Streitmatter RE, Papini P, Spillantini P, Brunetti MT, et al. Observations of cosmic-ray electrons and positrons using an imaging calorimeter Astrophysical Journal. 436: 769-775. DOI: 10.1086/174951  0.8
1994 Seo ES, Mcdonald FB, Lal N, Webber WR. Study of cosmic-ray H and He isotopes AT 23 AU Astrophysical Journal. 432: 656-664. DOI: 10.1086/174604  0.8
1994 Lukasiak A, Ferrando P, Mcdonald FB, Webber WR. Cosmic-ray isotopic composition of C, N, O, Ne, Mg, Si nuclei in the energy range 50-200 MeV per nucleon measured by the Voyager spacecraft during the solar minimum period Astrophysical Journal. 426: 366-372. DOI: 10.1086/174072  0.8
1994 Lukasiak A, Ferrando P, Mcdonald FB, Webber WR. The isotopic composition of cosmic-ray beryllium and its implication for the cosmic ray's age Astrophysical Journal. 423: 426-431. DOI: 10.1086/173818  0.8
1994 Webber WR, Mcdonald FB. The cosmic-ray oxygen and helium spectra measured at Pioneer 10 over the time of the 1987 modulation minimum, and implications for the He/O source ratio Astrophysical Journal. 435: 464-468.  0.8
1994 Webber WR, Binns WR, Crary D, Westphall M. New measurements of charge-changing cross sections in carbon and hydrogen targets above 2 GeV per nucleon: Evidence for an energy dependence that may strongly affect estimates of the energy dependence of cosmic-ray diffusion in the galaxy Astrophysical Journal. 429: 764-766.  0.8
1994 Ryan J, Bennett K, Collmar W, Connors A, Fishman GJ, Greiner J, Hanlon LO, Hermsen W, Kippen RM, Kouveliotou C, Kuiper L, Lichti G, Macri J, Mattox J, Mcconnell M, ... ... Webber WR, et al. COMPTEL measurements of the gamma-ray burst GRB 930131 Astrophysical Journal. 422.  0.8
1993 Webber WR. Monte Carlo calculations of cosmic rays in the Galaxy: Effect of the source distribution on the age and matter distributions Astrophysical Journal. 402: 185-187.  0.8
1993 Webber WR. The cosmic-ray path length (age) distribution in the Galaxy: Experimental limits on the deviation from an exponential Astrophysical Journal. 402: 188-194.  0.8
1992 Webber WR, Ferrando P, Lukasiak A, Mcdonald FB. Studies of the low-energy galactic cosmic-ray composition near 28 AU at sunspot minimum: The primary-to-primary ratios Astrophysical Journal. 392. DOI: 10.1086/186433  0.8
1992 Webber WR, Lee MA, Gupta M. Propagation of cosmic-ray nuclei in a diffusing galaxy with convective halo and thin matter disk Astrophysical Journal. 390: 96-104.  0.8
1992 Gibner PS, Mewaldt RA, Schindler SM, Stone EC, Webber WR. The isotopic composition of cosmic-ray B, C, N, and O: Evidence for an overabundance of 18O Astrophysical Journal. 391.  0.8
1991 Webber WR. The resolution of plastic scintillators for cosmic ray H and He isotopes Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A. 306: 403-405. DOI: 10.1016/0168-9002(91)90349-U  0.8
1991 Golden RL, Grimani C, Hull R, Kimbell BL, Park R, Stephens SA, Stochaj S, Webber WR, Basini G, Bonaviri E, Massimo Brancaccio F, Ricci M, Ormes JF, Seo ES, Streitmatter RE, et al. Performance of a balloon-borne magnet spectrometer for cosmic ray studies Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A. 306: 366-377. DOI: 10.1016/0168-9002(91)90343-O  0.8
1991 Grove JE, Hayes BT, Mewaldt RA, Webber WR. The 54Mn clock and its implications for cosmic-ray propagation and Fe isotope studies Astrophysical Journal. 377: 680-684.  0.8
1991 Webber WR, Golden RL, Stochaj SJ, Ormes JF, Strittmatter RE. A measurement of the cosmic-ray 2H and 3He spectra and 2H/4He and 3He/4He ratios in 1989 Astrophysical Journal. 380: 230-234.  0.8
1990 Webber WR, Kish JC, Schrier DA. Formula for calculating partial cross sections for nuclear reactions of nuclei with E200 MeV/nucleon in hydrogen targets Physical Review C. 41: 566-571. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.41.566  0.8
1990 Webber WR, Kish JC, Schrier DA. Individual isotopic fragmentation cross sections of relativistic nuclei in hydrogen, helium, and carbon targets Physical Review C. 41: 547-565. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.41.547  0.8
1990 Webber WR, Kish JC, Schrier DA. Individual charge changing fragmentation cross sections of relativistic nuclei in hydrogen, helium, and carbon targets Physical Review C. 41: 533-546. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.41.533  0.8
1990 Webber WR, Kish JC, Schrier DA. Total charge and mass changing cross sections of relativistic nuclei in hydrogen, helium, and carbon targets Physical Review C. 41: 520-532. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.41.520  0.8
1990 Quenby JJ, Lockwood JA, Webber WR. Cosmic-ray gradient measurements and modulation beyond the inner solar wind termination shock Astrophysical Journal. 365: 365-371. DOI: 10.1086/169491  0.8
1990 Webber WR, Potgieter MS, Burger RA. A comparison of predictions of a wavy neutral sheet drift model with cosmic-ray data over a whole modulation cycle: 1976-1987 Astrophysical Journal. 349: 634-640. DOI: 10.1086/168350  0.8
1990 Webber WR, Soutoul A, Ferrando P, Gupta M. The source charge and isotropic abundances of cosmic rays with Z = 9-16: A study using new fragmentation cross sections Astrophysical Journal. 348: 611-620. DOI: 10.1086/168268  0.8
1990 Connell JJ, Binns WR, Dowkontt PF, Epstein JW, Israel MH, Klarmann J, Webber WR, Kish JC. The scintillating optical fiber isotope experiment: Bevalac calibrations of test models Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A. 294: 335-350. DOI: 10.1016/0168-9002(90)91850-B  0.8
1990 Webber WR, Gupta M. A new limit on the time between the nucleosynthesis and the acceleration of cosmic rays in supernova remnants using the Co/Ni ratio Astrophysical Journal. 348: 608-610.  0.8
1988 Ferrando P, Webber WR, Goret P, Kish JC, Schrier DA, Soutoul A, Testard O. Measurement of C12, O16, and Fe56 charge changing cross sections in helium at high energy, comparison with cross sections in hydrogen, and application to cosmic-ray propagation Physical Review C. 37: 1490-1501. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.37.1490  0.8
1986 Webber WR, Schönfelder V, Diehl R. Is there a common origin for the cosmic γ-ray lines at 0.51 and 1.81 MeV near the galactic centre? Nature. 323: 692-694. DOI: 10.1038/323692a0  0.8
1986 Winkler C, Schönfelder V, Diehl R, Lichti G, Steinle H, Swanenburg BN, Aarts A, Deerenberg A, Hermsen W, Lockwood J, Ryan J, Simpson G, Webber WR, Bennett K, Dordrecht AV, et al. Gamma-ray burst detection capabilities of comptel Advances in Space Research. 6: 113-117. DOI: 10.1016/0273-1177(86)90249-8  0.8
1985 Sermund G, Siegmon G, Enge W, Webber WR, Simpson GA. METHODS OF TIME RESOLUTION USING PLASTIC DETECTORS IN COSMIC RAY STUDIES Nuclear Tracks. 12: 431-434. DOI: 10.1016/1359-0189(86)90626-6  0.8
1984 Lockwood JA, Webber WR. OBSERVATIONS OF THE DYNAMICS OF THE COSMIC RAY MODULATION Journal of Geophysical Research. 89: 17-25.  0.8
1982 Hunger W, Siegmon G, Sermund G, Beaujean R, Enge W, Webber WR, Simpson GA. ISOTOPE-MEASUREMENT OF COSMIC RAY NUCLEI FROM Ca TO Fe BY A PLASTIC-ELECTRONIC-EXPERIMENT . 859-862.  0.8
1980 Hunger W, Siegmon G, Enge W, Beaujean R, Webber WR, Chappell JH, Kish JC. TIME RESOLVING PLASTIC DETECTOR TECHNIQUE FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF HEAVY COSMIC RAY ISOTOPES Epistemonika Phylla - Anotates Scholes Politikon Mechanikon Emp (Ethnikon Metsobion Polytechneion)/Scientific Papers - Ntu Faculty of Civil Engineering (National Technical University, Athens). 1027-1032.  0.8
1979 Lezniak JA, Webber WR. Evidence for the deficiency of short cosmic ray pathlengths and a physically realistic explanation - The no-near-sources model Astrophysics and Space Science. 63: 35-56. DOI: 10.1007/BF00647745  0.8
1977 Stone EC, Vogt RE, McDonald FB, Teegarden BJ, Trainor JH, Jokipii JR, Webber WR. Cosmic ray investigation for the Voyager missions; energetic particle studies in the outer heliosphere-And beyond Space Science Reviews. 21: 355-376. DOI: 10.1007/Bf00211546  0.8
1977 Zwickl RD, Webber WR. Solar particle propagation from 1 to 5 AU Solar Physics. 54: 457-504. DOI: 10.1007/BF00159936  0.8
1976 Zwickl RD, Webber WR. Limitations of the COS approximation as applied to the cosmic-ray anisotropy Nuclear Instruments and Methods. 138: 191-199. DOI: 10.1016/0029-554X(76)90165-8  0.8
1975 Trainor JH, Mcdonald FB, Stilwell DE, Teegarden BJ, Webber WR. Jovian protons and electrons: Pioneer 11 Science. 188: 462-465. DOI: 10.1126/Science.188.4187.462  0.8
1974 Meyer P, Ramaty R, Webber WR. Cosmicrays astronomy with energetic particles Physics Today. 27: 23-32. DOI: 10.1063/1.3128914  0.8
1974 Webber WR, Lezniak JA. The comparative spectra of cosmic-ray protons and helium nuclei Astrophysics and Space Science. 30: 361-380. DOI: 10.1007/BF00648282  0.8
1974 Lezniak JA, Webber WR. Implications of the reported low energy electron gradients Solar Physics. 34: 477-489. DOI: 10.1007/BF00153684  0.8
1974 Trainor JH, Teegarden BJ, Stilwell DE, Mcdonald FB, Roelof EC, Webber WR. Energetic particle population in the jovian magnetosphere: A preliminary note Science. 183: 311-313.  0.8
1973 Webber WR, Lezniak JA, Kish J. Cosmic ray isotope resolution obtained using a new Cherenkov-total energy -dE/dx telescope Nuclear Instruments and Methods. 111: 301-314. DOI: 10.1016/0029-554X(73)90078-5  0.8
1973 Webber WR, Lezniak JA, Kish J, Damle SV. The relative abundance of the isotopes of Li, Be and B and the age of cosmic rays Astrophysics and Space Science. 24: 17-29. DOI: 10.1007/BF00648672  0.8
1972 Webber WR, Kish J. Cosmic ray isotope and charge resolution using large area scintillation-cherenkov-total energy telescopes Nuclear Instruments and Methods. 99: 237-250. DOI: 10.1016/0029-554X(72)90782-3  0.8
1972 Webber WR, Damle SV, Kish J. Studies of the chemical composition of cosmic rays with Z=3-30 at high and low energies Astrophysics and Space Science. 15: 245-271. DOI: 10.1007/BF00649920  0.8
1972 Lezniak JA, Webber WR. Evidence for the existence of adiabatic energy loss in interplanetary space from observations of the decay of the February 25-March 2, 1969 series of solar cosmic ray events Solar Physics. 26: 474-483. DOI: 10.1007/BF00165289  0.8
1969 Lezniak JA, Ormes JF, von Rosenvinge TT, Webber WR. Observations on the abundance of nitrogen in the primary cosmic radiation Astrophysics and Space Science. 5: 103-112. DOI: 10.1007/Bf00653942  0.8
1969 von Rosenvinge TT, Webber WR, Ormes JF. A comparison of the energy spectra of cosmic ray helium and heavy nuclei Astrophysics and Space Science. 5: 342-359. DOI: 10.1007/Bf00650001  0.8
1969 Von Rosenvinge TT, Ormes JF, Webber WR. Measurements of cosmic-ray Li, Be and B nuclei in the energy range 100 MeV/nuc to >22 BeV/nuc Astrophysics and Space Science. 3: 80-101. DOI: 10.1007/Bf00649595  0.8
1969 Von Rosenvinge TT, Webber WR, Ormes JF. The relative energy spectra of carbon and oxygen nuclei in the primary cosmic radiation Astrophysics and Space Science. 3: 4-13. DOI: 10.1007/Bf00649589  0.8
1968 Von Rosenvinge TT, Webber WR. A large area, high charge resolution, scintillation counter telescope for cosmic ray studies Nuclear Instruments and Methods. 66: 119-124.  0.8
1965 Webber WR, Ormes JF. Erenkov scintillation counter measurements relating to the isotopic composition of helium nuclei in the primary cosmic radiation Physical Review. 138. DOI: 10.1103/Physrev.138.B416  0.8
1964 Ormes J, Webber WR. Measurements of low-energy protons and alpha particles in the cosmic radiation Physical Review Letters. 13: 106-108. DOI: 10.1103/Physrevlett.13.106  0.8
1963 Freier P, Webber WR. Radiation hazard in space from solar particles Science. 142: 1587-1592.  0.8
1959 McDonald FB, Webber WR. Proton component of the primary cosmic radiation Physical Review. 115: 194-205. DOI: 10.1103/Physrev.115.194  0.8
1955 Webber WR, McDonald FB. Determination of the intensities of low-Z components of the primary cosmic radiation at λ=41°using a erenkov detector Physical Review. 100: 1460-1467. DOI: 10.1103/Physrev.100.1460  0.8
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