Contained neutrino interactions in an underground water detector

R. M. Bionta, G. Blewitt, C. B. Bratton, D. Casper, R. Claus, B. Cortez, S. Errede, G. Foster, W. Gajewski, K. S. Ganezer, M. Goldhaber, T. J. Haines, T. W. Jones, D. Kielczewska, W. R. Kropp, J. G. Learned, E. Lehmann, J. M. Losecco, H. S. Park, F. ReinesJ. Schultz, S. Seidel, E. Shumard, D. Sinclair, H. W. Sobel, J. L. Stone, L. Sulak, R. Svoboda, J. C. Van Der Velde, C. Wuest

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We study 401 neutrino interactions which have been collected in a massive, well-shielded underground detector. The sample is used to test for neutrino oscillations with a sensitivity in m24.2×10-5 eV2 at maximum mixing (90% confidence level). A search is made for terrestrial and extraterrestrial point sources of neutrinos. A limit on point sources in the energy range 5002000 MeV is given. A search is made for possible evidence for geomagnetic effects on the data. Most of the neutrinos are likely of atmospheric origin.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)768-775
Number of pages8
JournalPhysical Review D
Issue number3
StatePublished - 1988

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics


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