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Figure 4. Temporal variations in July 2010–March 2011: a – $Ap$ index; b – earthquake magnitude ($M$); c – thermal neutron flux intensity, recorded at the station in Kamchatka (January–March 2011); d–f – thermal and fast neutron and gamma radiation flux intensity, recorded at IZMIRAN, Moscow. The data on neutrons and gamma rays are in minutes (solid line, left-hand side scale) and in average daily values (dashed line, right-hand side scale).

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Citation: Shestopalov I. P., E. P. Kharin (2014), Relationship between solar activity and global seismicity and neutrons of terrestrial origin, Russ. J. Earth Sci., 14, ES1002, doi:10.2205/2014ES000536.

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