Supplemental information for Mekhaldi et al., JGR: Space Physics 2021: "The signal of solar storms embedded in cosmogenic radionuclides: Detectability and uncertainties ".

Published: 30 July 2021| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/z9vwfvdfgn.2
Florian Mekhaldi


Model output of the global average atmospheric production rate of beryllium-10, radiocarbon, and chlorine-36 (10Be, 14C, 36Cl) by solar energetic protons from 59 ground level enhancements and as a function of the dipole moment. The yield functions used are shown in Poluianov et al. (JGR 2016), while the SEP fluence spectra used come from Raukunen et al. (SWSC 2018). See text in the paper (Mekhaldi et al., JGR Space Physics: 2021) for more information on the production model.



Beryllium, Cosmogenic Radionuclides, Carbon, Chlorine, Solar Storm