SEPTEMBER  2000

 

THE LIST OF main WORKS of PROF. LEV I. DORMAN: books (A1-A19), AND SOME PART OF MAIN papers in international refereED magazins AND IN REFEREED PROCEEDINGS OF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES (B1-B54)

 

A. LIST OF books (A1-A19)

A1. Dorman L.I., 1957. Cosmic Ray Variations. Gostekhteorizdat, Moscow, pp 495.

English translation: 1958, US Department of Defense, Ohio Air-Force Base.

A2. Dorman L.I., 1963. Cosmic Ray Variations and Space Explorations. NAUKA, Moscow, pp 1023.

A3. Dorman L.I., 1963. Geophysical and Astrophysical Aspects of Cosmic Rays. North-Holland Publ. Co., Amsterdam ( In series "Progress in Physics of Cosmic Ray and Elementary Particles", ed. J.G. Wilson and S.A. Wouthuysen, Vol. 7), pp 320.

A4. Dorman L.I. and Kolomeets E.V., 1968. Solar Diurnal and Semidiurnal Cosmic Ray Variations from Maxima to Minima of Solar Activity. NAUKA, Moscow.

A5. Dorman L.I. and Miroshnichenko L.I., 1968. Solar Cosmic Rays. FIZMATGIZ, Moscow, pp 508. English translation published for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and National Science Foundation in 1976 (TT 70-57262/ NASA TT F-624), Washington, D.C.

A6. Dorman L.I., Smirnov V.S. and Tyasto M.I., 1971. Cosmic Rays in the Earth's Magnetic Field. FIZMATGIZ, Moscow.

A7. Dorman L.I.,1972. Acceleration Processes in Space. VINITI, Moscow (in series "Summary of Science", Astronomy, Vol. 7).

A8. Dorman L.I.,1972. Meteorological Effects of Cosmic Rays. NAUKA, Moscow, pp. 212.

A9. Dorman L.I., Gushchina R.T., Smart D.F. and Shea M.A., 1972. Effective Cut-Off Rigidities of Cosmic Rays. NAUKA, Moscow (in Russian and in English).

A10. Velinov P., Nestorov G., Dorman L.,1974. Cosmic Ray Influence on Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation. Bulgaria Academy of Sciences Press, Sofia.

A11. Dorman L.I., 1974. Cosmic Rays: Variations and Space Exploration. North-Holland Publ.Co., Amsterdam, pp 675.

A12. Dorman L.I., 1975. Variations of Galactic Cosmic Rays. Moscow State University Press, Moscow, pp. 214.

A13. Dorman L.I., 1975. Experimental and Theoretical Principles of Cosmic Ray Astrophysics. FIZMATGIZ, Moscow, pp 464.

A14. Dorman L.I., 1978. Cosmic Rays of Solar Origin. VINITI, Moscow (in series "Summary of Science", Space Investigations, Vol.12).

A15. Dorman L.I., Pimenov I.A. and Satsuk V.S., 1978. Mathematical Service of Geophysical Investigations on the Example of Cosmic Ray Variations. NAUKA, Moscow.

A16. Dorman L.I., Libin I.Ya. and Blokh Ya.L., 1979. Scintillation Method of Cosmic Ray Investigation. NAUKA, Moscow, pp. 108.

A17. Alania M.V. and Dorman L.I.,1981. Cosmic Ray Distribution in Interplanetary Space. METSNIEREBA, Tbilisi.

A18. Dorman L.I. and Kozin I.D., 1983. Cosmic Radiation in the Upper Atmosphere. FIZMATGIZ, Moscow.

A19. Alania M.V., Dorman L.I., Aslamazashvili R.G., Gushchina R.T. and Dzhapiashvili T.V., 1987. Galactic Cosmic Ray Modulation by Solar Wind. METSNIEREBA, Tbilisi.

 

B. LIST OF SOME PART OF MAIN papers in international refereED magazins AND IN REFEREED PROCEEDINGS OF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

 

B1. Dorman L.I., 1958. "The generation and propagation of solar cosmic rays". Nuovo Cimento, Vol. 8, Suppl. No. 2, pp. 391-402.

B2. Dorman I.V. & Dorman L.I., 1967. "Solar wind properties obtained from the study of the 11-year cosmic ray cycle". J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 72, No. 5, pp. 1513-1520.

B3. Dorman L.I. & Miroshnichenko L.I., 1967. "Sounding of interplanetary space by solar cosmic rays". J. Atmosph. and Terr. Phys., Vol.29, No.4, pp.385-395.

B4. Dorman I.V. & Dorman L.I., 1967. "Propagation of energetic particles through interplanetary space according to the data of 11-year cosmic ray variations". J. Atmosph. and Terr. Phys., Vol.29, No.4, pp.429-449.

B5. Dorman L.I. & Sergeev A.V., 1967."Relation of weak cosmic-ray bursts to A characteristics of the geomagnetic activity and the propagation in interplanetary space of energetic solar cosmic rays". J. Atmosph. and Terr. Phys., Vol.29, No.4, pp.449-453.

B6. Dorman L.I., Lusov A.A. and Mamrukova V.P., 1967. "Dependence of cosmic ray intensity in interplanetary space upon the Earth's helio-latitude". J. Atmosph. and Terr. Phys., Vol.29, No.4, pp.471-475.

B7. Dorman L.I., Kovalenko V.A. and Milovidova N.P., 1967. "The latitude distribution, integral multiplicities and coupling coefficients for the neutron,total ionizing and hard components of cosmic rays". Nuovo Cimento, Ser. X, Vol.50, pp.27-39.

B8. Dorman L.I. & Kats M.E., 1977. "Cosmic ray kinetics in space". Space Science Review, Vol. 20, pp. 529-575.

B9. Dorman L.I., Libin I.Ya. and Gulinsky O.V., 1980. "Study of intensity fluctuations in cosmic rays during Forbush-decreases on the basis of the data obtained with the IZMIRAN scintillation supertelescope". Astrophysics and Space Science, Vol. 73, pp. 337-347.

B10. Dorman L.I. & Ptuskin V.S., 1981. "The expected pulsations of the Heliosphere relevant to cosmic ray variations". Astrophys. and Space Sci., Vol.79, pp. 397-404.

B11. Dorman L.I., Katz M.E., Fedorov Yu.I. and Shakhov B.A., 1983. "Variations of cosmic ray energy in interplanetary space". Astrophys. and Space Sci., Vol. 94, No. 1, pp. 43-95.

B12. Dorman L.I., Katz M.E. and Fedorov Yu.I., 1983. "Cosmic ray anisotropy in interplanetary space". Astrophys. and Space Sci., Vol. 93, No. 1, pp. 97-126.

B13. Dorman L.I., Ghosh A. and Ptuskin V.S., 1983. "Diffusion of the galactic cosmic rays in the vicinity of the Solar system". Astrophys. and Space Science, Vol. 109, No. 1, pp. 87-97.

B14. Dorman L.I. & Libin I.Ya., 1984. "Cosmic ray scintillations and dynamic processes in space". Space Sci. Rev., Vol.39, pp. 91-152.

B15. Dorman L.I., Libin I.Ya. and Yudakhin K.F., 1986. "The role of the energy spectrum variations of the cosmic ray fluctuations power-spectrum before interplanetary medium disturbances". Astrophys. and Space Science, Vol. 123, pp. 53-58.

B16. Dorman L.I., Kats M.E., Nosov S.F. and Stehlik M., 1987. "Cosmic-ray fluctuations in interplanetary space". Astrophys. and Space Sci., Vol.132, pp 277-306.

B17. Dorman L.I., 1991. "Cosmic ray modulation". Nuclear Physics B , Vol. 228, pp 21-45.

B18. Dorman L.I. & Wolfendale A.W., 1991. "The correlation of the solar neutrino rate with solar activity". J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Part. Phys., Vol. 17, pp 769-778.

B19. Dorman L.I. & Wolfendale A.W., 1991. "Solar neutrino rate and solar activity". Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dynamics, Vol. 62, 173-182.

B20. Dorman L.I. & Venkatesan D., 1993. "Solar Cosmic Rays". Space Sci. Review , Vol. 64, pp. 183-362.

B21. Dorman L.I, Iucci N., Villoresi G., 1993. "The use of cosmic rays for continuos monitoring and prediction of some dangerous phenomena for the Earth's civilization". Astrophysics and Space Science, Vol. 208, pp. 55-68.

B22. Villoresi G., Breus T.K., Dorman L.I., Iucci N., Rapoport S.I., , 1994. "The influence of geophysical and social effects on the incidences of clinically important pathologies (Moscow 1979-1981)". Physica Medica, Vol. 10, No 3, pp. 79-91.

B23. Yudakhin K.F., Chuvilgin L.G., Dorman L.I., Gulinsky O.V.and Ptuskin V.S., 1994. "Cosmic ray scintillations in random magnetic rield with non-zero helicity". Astrophys. and Space Sci., Vol. 213, No 2, pp. 185-196.

B24. Dorman I.V. & Dorman L.I., 1995. "Cosmic-ray atmospheric electric field effects". Canadian J. of Physics, Vol. 73, pp. 440-443.

B25. Dorman L.I., 1995. "Cosmic ray nonlinear effects in space plasma, 1. General characteristics and dynamic galactic halo". Currents in High Energy Astrophysics (ed. by M.M. Shapiro, R. Silberberg and J.P.Wefel), Kluwer Ac. Publ., Dordrecht/Boston/London, NATO ASI Serie, Vol. 458, pp. 183-191.

B26. Dorman L.I., 1995. "Cosmic ray nonlinear effects in space plasma, 2. Dynamic Heliosphere". Currents in High Energy Astrophysics (ed. by M.M. Shapiro, R. Silberberg and J.P.Wefel), Kluwer Ac. Publ., Dordrecht /Boston /London, NATO ASI Serie, Vol. 458, pp. 193-208.

B27. Dorman L.I., Villoresi G., Belov A.V., Eroshenko E.A., Iucci N., Yanke V.G., Yudakhin K.F., Bavassano B., Ptitsyna N.G., Tyasto M.I., 1995. "Cosmic-ray forecasting features for big Forbush-decreases". Nuclear Physics B, Vol. 49A, pp. 136-144.

B28. Ahluwalia H.S. & Dorman L.I., 1995. "On cosmic ray convection-diffusion and drift anisotropies". Nuclear Physics B, Vol. 49A, pp. 121-124.

B29. Ptitsyna N.G., Villoresi G., Tyasto M.I., Iucci N., Dorman L.I., 1995. “Possible effect of geomagnetic disturbances on the incidence of traffic accidents (St. Petersburg 1987-1989)”. Physica Medica, Vol. 11, No 3, pp.93-101.

B30. Dorman Lev I., 1996. “Cosmic Ray Nonlinear Processes in Gamma-Ray Sources”. Astronomy and Astrophysics Suppl. Ser., Vol. 120, No. 4, pp. 427-435.

B31. Ahluwalia H.S. & Dorman L.I., 1997. “Transverse cosmic ray gradients in the Heliosphere and the solar diurnal anisotropy”. J. Geophys. Res., Vol. A102, pp. 17433-17443.

B32. Dorman Lev I., 1997.“Angle distribution and time variation of gamma ray flux from solar and stellar winds, 1. Generation by flare energetic particles“. Proc. of the Fourth Compton Symposium, ed. C.D. Dermer, M.S.Strickman, and J.D. Kurfess,  AIP Conference Proceedings 410, Williamsburg, VA, Part 2, 1178-1182.

B33. Dorman Lev I., 1997.“Angle distribution and time variation of gamma ray flux from solar and stellar winds, 2. Generation by galactic cosmic rays“.Proc. of the Fourth Compton Symposium, ed. C.D. Dermer, M.S.Strickman, and J.D. Kurfess,  AIP Conference Proceedings 410, Williamsburg, VA, Part 2, 1183-1187.

B34. Dorman Lev I., 1997.“Gamma rays and cosmic rays from supernova explosions and young pulsars in the past“. Proc. of the Fourth Compton Symposium, ed. C.D. Dermer, M.S.Strickman, and J.D. Kurfess,  AIP Conference Proceedings 410, Williamsburg, VA, Part 2, 1172-1177.

B35. N.G. Ptitsyna, G. Villoresi, L.I. Dorman, N. Iucci, M. I. Tyasto. 1998. “Natural and man-made low-frequency magnetic fields as a potential health hazard”, UFN (Uspekhi Physicheskikh Nauk),  , 168, No 7, pp. 767-791.

B36. Dorman Lev I., 1998. “Cosmic rays and cosmogenic nuclides, 1. In space, inside bodies, in atmospheres”. In Towards the Millennium in Astrophysics, ed. M.M. Shapiro, R. Silberberg and J.P. Wefel, World Sci. Publ. Co., Singapore, New Jersey, London, Hong Kong, 303-322.

B37. Dorman Lev I., 1998. “Cosmic rays and cosmogenic nuclides, 2. Radiocarbon method and elements global mixing and exchange on the Earth”. In Towards the Millennium in Astrophysics, M.M. Shapiro, R. Silberberg and J.P. Wefel, World Sci. Publ. Co., Singapore, New Jersey, London, Hong Kong, 323-352.

B38. L.I. Dorman, 1999. “On the prediction of great flare energetic particle events to save electronics on spacecrafts”, Proc. of 26-th Intern. Cosmic Ray Conference, Salt Lake City, Vol. 6, p. 382-385

B40. L.I.Dorman, N.Iucci, N.G.Ptitsyna, G.Villoresi, 1999. “Cosmic ray Forbush-decrease as indicators of space dangerous phenomenon and possible use of cosmic ray data for their prediction”, Proc. of 26-th Intern. Cosmic Ray Conference, Salt Lake City, Vol. 6, p. 476-479..

B41. L.I. Dorman, I.V. Dorman, N. Iucci, M. Parisi, G. Villoresi, I.G. Zukerman, 1999. “Emilio Segre’ Observatory and expected time-variations in neutron monitor total and multiplicities counting rates caused by cosmic ray particle energy change in the periods of thunderstorms”, Proc. of 26-th Intern. Cosmic Ray Conference, Salt Lake City, Vol. 7, p. 425-428 L.I.

B42. L.I. Dorman and L.A. Pustil’nik, 1999. “Statistical characteristics of FEP events and their connection with acceleration, escaping and propagation mechanisms”, Proc. of 26-th Intern. Cosmic Ray Conference, Salt Lake City, Vol. 6, p.407-410.

B43. Dorman Lev I., 1999. "How to Save Microelectronics Code on Satellites, Rockets and Balloons from Great Solar Energetic Particle Events", Proc. 14th European Space Agency Symposium, Potsdam, Germany, 207-210.

B44. Lev Dorman, 1999. “Interaction of flare energetic particles with solar and stellar wind plasma: expected space-time distribution of gamma-ray emissivity”, Plasma Astrophysics and Space Physics (eds. J. Buchner et al.), Kluwer Ac. Publ., Dordrecht/Boston/London, 613-624.

B45. Lev  Dorman, 1999. “Cosmic ray nonlinear processes in space plasma: applications to the dynamic heliosphere”, Astrophysics and Space Science, 264, 443-455; 

B46. Lev  Dorman, 1999. “Angle distribution and time variations of gamma ray fluxes generated by galactic cosmic rays in solar and stellar winds”, Plasma Astrophysics and Space Physics (eds. J. Buchner et al.), Kluwer Ac. Publ., Dordrecht/Boston/London, 603-612.

B47. Lev Dorman and Vjacheslav Shogenov, 1999. “Charged particle acceleration in space plasma with two types of scatterers”, Plasma Astrophysics and Space Physics (eds. J. Buchner et al.), Kluwer Ac. Publ., Dordrecht/Boston/London, 625-632.

B48. P. Stoker, J. Clem, and L.I. Dorman, 2000. “Design of neutron monitors”, Space Science Rev. (accepted for publication).

B49. J. Clem, and L.I. Dorman, 2000. “Response functions for neutron monitors”, Space Science Rev. (accepted for publication).

B50. Dorman Lev I., 2000. “Cosmic ray anisotropies in space”. In Towards the Millennium in Astrophysics, ed. M.M. Shapiro and J.P. Wefel, World Sci. Publ. Co., Singapore (accepted for publication).

B51. L.I. Dorman, I.V. Dorman, and J.F. Valdes-Galicia, 2000. “Propagation of inclined solar neutrons: scattering, energy decrease, attenuation, and refraction effect”, in book  Acceleration and Transport of Energetic Particles Observed in the Heliosphere (Ed. R.A. Mewaldt et al.), AIP Conf. Proc. No 528, 173-176.

B52. Villoresi, G. ; Dorman, L. I. ; Iucci, N. ; Ptitsyna, N. G., 2000. “Cosmic ray survey to Antarctica and coupling functions for neutron component near solar minimum (1996-1997), 1, Methodology and data quality assurance”, J. Geophys. Res. Vol. 105 , No. A9 , p. 21,025-21,034.

B53. Iucci, N. ; Villoresi, G. ; Dorman, L. I. ; Parisi, M., 2000. “Cosmic ray survey to Antarctica and coupling functions for neutron component near solar minimum (1996-1997), 2, Determination of meteorological effects “, J. Geophys. Res. Vol. 105 , No. A9 , p. 21,035-21,046

B54. Dorman, L. I. ; Villoresi, G. ; Iucci, N. ; Parisi, M. ; Tyasto, M. I., Danilova, O. A. ; Ptitsyna, N. G., 2000. “Cosmic ray survey to Antarctica and coupling functions for neutron component near solar minimum (1996-1997), 3, Geomagnetic effects and coupling functions” J. Geophys. Res. Vol. 105 , No. A9 , p. 21,047-21,058.  .