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Sakakibara Shizuko

ヤスノ シヅコ | Sakakibara Shizuko
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (2): Space and planetary science ,  Theoretical studies related to particle-, nuclear-, cosmic ray and astro-physics
Research keywords  (2): Solar Terrestrial Physics ,  Cosmic-Ray Physics
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • Solar-Terrestrial Physics by Solar energetic particles.
  • Heliospheric Study by High Energy Cosmic Rays
MISC (22):
  • Particle Acceleration in Thunderstorms. Proc. 27th Intern. Cosmic Ray Conf., Hamburg. 2001. 10. 4027-4030
  • Size of heliomagnetosphere derived from long term modulation of neutron monitor intensities. Proc.26th Intern.Cosmic Ray Conf.,Salt Lake City, Utah volume. 1999. 7. 87-90
  • Solar Flare and Neutron Telescope. Nuclear Physics B(Proc. Suppl.). 1998. 60B. 3-11
  • Characteristics of precursory decrease of Forbush decrease inferred from world wide observarions of muon and neutron intensities. Proc. 25th Intern. Cosmic Ray Conf. , Durban, South Africa. 1997. 1. 405-408
  • S Sakakibara, Z Fujii, K Fujimoto, K Munakata, S Yasue, T Kato, S Mori, S Akabane, Morishita, I, JE Humble, AG Fenton, KB Fenton, ML Duldig. Precursory decrease of cosmic rays, in front of Forbush decrease associated IMF-shock wave, caused by CME lifting off the sun on April 14, 1994. 24TH INTERNATIONAL COSMIC RAY CONFERENCE, VOL 4. 1995. 4. 896-899
Works (2):
  • Time variation of cosmic rays and interplanetary magnetic field
    1999 -
  • Observation of Air Shower and muon intensities at Mt. Noribura
    1970 -
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Science (Nagoya University)
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