Chronologies des effets - Références

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    • The magnetic storm of March 24, 1940 - effects in the communication system, presentation to the Edison Electric Institute, May 7, 1940.
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  44. Winckler, J.R., L. Peterson, R. Hoffman, and R. Arnoldy
    • Auroral X-rays, cosmic rays, and related phenomena during the storm of Feb 10-11, 1958, J. Geophys. Res., 64, 597, 1959.