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|Cosmic ray propagation through turbulent magnetic fields.
|School of Chemistry and Physics
|This thesis is a study of cosmic ray propagation within turbulent magnetic fields. Turbulent scale-lengths were altered and the behaviour of cosmic rays was observed within both large and small-scale magnetic fields, thereby giving an indication of the actual paths they may follow in space, and consequently providing some clues as to their origins.
|Thesis (M.Sc.) -- University of Adelaide, School of Chemistry and Physics, 2006
|cosmic rays; cosmic magnetic fields; cosmic physics
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