Abstract

The physical interpretation of extensive measurements of electron neutrinos (in laboratories located on or somewhat below the Earth's surface) often require geophysical notions concerning the possible neutrino sources. Here, we discuss the notion that the Earth's core is a substantial source of low energy electron neutrinos.

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Originally posted at http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9812284v1.

Keywords

high energy physics phenomenology

Subject Categories

Neutrinos, Earth - Core

Disciplines

Physics

Publication Date

1998

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