PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 395 - 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC2021) - CRI - Cosmic Ray Indirect
GDAS atmospheric models in astroparticle shower simulations
Presented by J. Grisales-Casadiegos*, C. Sarmiento-Cano and L.A. Núñez  on behalf of  on behalf of the LAGO Collaboration, V. Agosín, A. Alberto Morillas, C. Álvarez Ochoa, J. Araya, R. Arceo, O. Areso, L.H. Arnaldi, H. Asorey, M. Audelo, M.G. Ballina Escobar, D.C. Becerra Villamizar, X. Bertou, K.S. Caballero Mora, R. Caiza, R. Calderón-Ardila, J.M. Calle, A. Campos Fauth, E. Carrera Jarrín, L.E. Castillo Delacroix, C. Castromonte, D. Cazar-Ramirez, D. Cogollo, D.A. Coloma Borja, R. Conde Sanchez, J. Cotzomi Paleta, D. Dallara, S. Dasso, R. de Aguiar, A. de Albuquerque Silva, J.H. de Andrade Pacheco Reis, H. De León, R. De León Barrios, D. Domínguez, M. Echiburu, M. González, M. Gómez Berisso, J. Grisales Casadiegos, A.M. Gulisano, J.C. Helo, C.A. Huanca, J.E. Ise, G. Kelly Matias do Nascimento, M.A. Leigui de Oliveira, F. Lock Miletto, V.P. Luzio, F. Machado, J.F. Mancilla Cáceres, D. Manriquez, A. Martinez, O.M. Martinez Bravo, R. Mayo-Garcia, L.G. Mijangos Fuentes, P. Miranda, M.G. Molina, I.R. Morales Argueta, O.G. Morales Olivares, E. Moreno Barbosa, P. Muñoz, C. Nina, L. Otiniano, R. Pagán Muñoz, K.M. Parada Jaime, H.M. Parada Villamizar, R. Parra, J. Peña-Rodríguez, M. Pereira, Y.A. Perez Cuevas, H.E. Pérez Figueroa, J. Pisco-Guabave, M. Raljević, M. Ramelli, C.S. Ramírez Mollinedo, H. Rivera, L.T. Rubinstein, A.J. Rubio-Montero, J.R. Sacahui Reyes, H. Salazar Ibarguen, N. Salomón, J. Samanes, N.A. Santos, C. Sarmiento-Cano, I. Sidelnik, M.B. Silva Carranza, O. Soto, M. Suárez-Durán, M. Subieta, J.C. Terrazas, R. Ticona, T. Torres Peralta, P. Ulloa, Z.d.R. Urrutia de Gutierrez, N. Vásquez, A. Vázquez-Ramírez, A. Vega, P. Vega, J. Vega, A. Vesga-Ramirez, D. Vitoreti and R. Wiklich Sobrinhoet al. (click to show)
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Pre-published on: August 01, 2021
Published on: March 18, 2022
Atmospheric conditions affect the development of cascades of secondary particles produced by primary cosmic rays. Global Data Assimilation System, implementing atmospheric models based on meteorological measurements and numerical weather predictions, could significantly improve the outcomes of the simulations for extensive air shower.

In this work, we present a methodology to simulate the effect of the atmospheric models in secondary particle flux at the Earth's surface. The method was implemented for Bucaramanga-Colombia, using ARTI: a complete computational framework developed by the Latin American Giant Observatory Collaboration to estimate the particle spectra on Water Cherenkov Detectors depending on the geographical coordinates. As preliminary results, we observe differences in the total flux that varies from month to month with respect to the subtropical summer atmospheric profile.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.395.0487
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