Neutrino Physics from Natural and Reactor Beams
Natural and reactor neutrino investigations have been among the most active and successful fields of particle physics research over the past decades, accumulating important and sometimes unexpected achievements. Unquestionably, they have contributed to the history of physics through the unveiling of the neutrino oscillation phenomenon. In this work, the characteristics of these area of studies are reviewed, together with their bright perspectives for the next ambitious round of experimental efforts.
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