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Title: The 7th Taipei Astrophysics Workshop on Cosmic Rays in the Universe
Volume: 241 Year: 2001 View Volume 241 on ADS
Editors: Ko, Chung-Ming
ISBN: 1-58381-079-X eISBN: 978-1-58381-577-9
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Paper Title Page Authors
  
High and Very High Energy Cosmic Rays 1 N/A
Ultrahigh-Energy Cosmic Rays-AGASA Results and their Implications 3 Nagano, Motohiko
The HiRes Air Fluorescence Experiment - Mapping the High Energy Universe 15 Westerhoff, Stefan
Highest Energy Cosmic Rays and the Auger Observatory Antoine Letessier-Selvon 27 Letessier-Selvon, Antoine
The GZK Feature in our Neighborhood and Plausible Sources for UHECRs 41 Olinto, Angela
The Highest Energy Cosmic Rays and the Large Scale Structure 57 Biermann, Peter; Kang, Hyesung; Ryu, Dongsu
The Physics of The Knee in The Cosmic Ray Spectrum 77 Biermann, Peter
Neutrinos, Gamma Rays and EUV 91 N/A
Neutrinos from Cosmic Ray Interactions and Relativistic Astrophysical Sources 93 Protheroe, Ray
Recent Results from Super-Kamiokande 113 Nakahata, Masayuki
Scintillation Crystal Detector for Low Energy Neutrino and Astroparticle Physics 123 Wong, Henry; Li, Jin
Ultra High Energy Cosmic Rays from Supermassive Objects with Magnetic Monopoles 133 Peng, Qiu-He; Chou, Chih-Kang
TeV γ-ray Astronomy in the New Millennium 141 Krennrich, Frank
Extreme Ultraviolet Emission from Clusters of Galaxies 171 Bowyer, Stuart
The Distribution of Relativistic Electrons in the Galaxy 181 Hwang, Chorng-Yuan
The Strong-Field Quantum Electrodynamics and Its Relevance to Astrophysics 189 Lin, Guey-Lin
Propagation and Acceleration 195 N/A
Physics Results from AMS 1998 Shuttle Flight 197 Huang, Alfred
Transport and Acceleration of Cosmic Rays in a Turbulent Astrophysical Plasma 223 Jokipii, Randy
Cosmic Particle Acceleration: Basic Issues 239 Jones, Tom
Present Status of Diffusive Shock Acceleration 253 Kang, Hyesung
Does Shock Always Accelerate Cosmic Rays? 265 Ko, Chung-Ming