Exotic geophysical phenomena observed in an environmental neutron flux study using EAS PRISMA detectors
1 Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
2 Nuclear Research National University “Moscow Engineering Physics Institute”, Russia
3 The College of Physics and Information Engineering, Hebei Normal University, China
4 Key Laboratory of Particle Astrophysics, Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
5 CJSC NPF “Luminofor”, Russia
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Published online: 26 June 2017
Some exotic geophysical events are observed by a global net of electron-neutron detectors (en-detectors) developed in the framework of the PRISMA EAS project. Our en-detectors running both on the Earth's surface and underground are continuously measuring the environmental thermal neutron flux. Thermal neutrons are in equilibrium with media and are therefore sensitive to many geophysical phenomena, which are exotic for people studying ultra high-energy cosmic rays or carrying out low background experiments deep underground.
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