Neutral Pion Production in Solar Flares, Forrest et al. 1985

Very Energetic Gamma-Rays from the 3 June 1982 Solar Flare, Forrest et al. 1986

Solar Neutron Emissivity During the Large Flare on 1982 June 3, Chupp et al. 1987

Gamma Ray Emission from a Solar Flare Observed also as a Ground Level Event, Rieger etal. 1987

Solar Neutron Observations and Their Relation to Solar Flare Acceleration Problems, Chupp 1988

Emission Characteristics of Three Intense Solar Flares Observed in Cycle 21, Chupp 1990

Transient Particle Acceleration Associated with Solar Flares, Chupp 1990

Analysis of SMM GRS High-Energy Data from the Solar Flare of 1988 December 16, Dunphy etal. 1990

Observation of High Energy Gamma-Rays from the Sun with Gamma-1 Telescope, Akimov et al.1991

High-Energy Gamma Rays and Neutrons from the Solar Flare of 1989 March 6, Dunphy & Chupp, 1991

Gamma-Ray and Neutrons as a Probe of the Proton Spectrum during the Solar Flare of 1988 December 16, Dunphy & Chupp 1991

Spectral Gamma-Ray Variations of the Long-Duration Flare of 1989 March 6, Marschhauser,et al. 1991

New Measurements of the Anisotropy of Solar Flare Gamma-Rays, Vestrand et al. 1991

Detection of a long-duration solar gamma-ray flare on June 11, 1991 with EGRET.., Kanbachet al. 1992

Spectral characteristics of high energy gamma ray solar flares, Leikov, et al. 1993

Energy Spectra of Solar Flare Gamma-ray Emission in the Range 0.03-2 GeV Registered by Gamma-1 Telescope, Leikov et al.1993

Temporal and spectral characteristics of the June 11, 1991 gamma-ray flare, Trottet etal 1993

High-Energy Gamma-Ray Emission from Solar Flares Constraining the Accelerated Proton Spectrum, Alexander et al. 1994

The Flares of 1989 September 9: Does Coronal Loop Collision Initiate Efficient Gamma-Ray Emission?, Aurass, et al. 1994

Evidence for Intense Coronal Prompt Gamma-Ray Line Emission from a Solar Flare, Barat et al. 1994

Extended Phase of Solar Flares Observed by SMM, Dunphy & Chupp 1994

Gamma-Ray Precursors of Solar Flares, Rieger 1994

Temporal Evolution of Bremsstrahlung-Dominated Gamma-Ray Spectra of Solar Flare, Marschhauser et al. 1994

A comparison of gamma-ray and radio emissions during the 11:42 UT solar flare on1982 June 3, Trottet et al. 1994

Evidence for Prolonged Acceleration Based on a Detailed Analysis of the Long-Duration Solar Gamma-Ray Flare of June 15,1991, Akimov et al. 1996

Gamma Ray Observations of the Early June 1991 Solar Flares, Bertsch et al. 1996 (draftpreprint)

Time-Extended Acceleration of Energetic Particles in the Corona during the 19 October 1989 GLE, Klein et al. 1996

Spectral Evolution of an Intense Gamma-Ray Line Flare, Rieger 1996

The Role of High-Energy Protons and Electrons in Powering the Solar White-LightFlare Emission, Rieger et al. 1996

Energetic Neutrons, Protons, and Gamma Rays During the 1990 May 24 Solar Cosmic-Ray Event, Debrunner et al. 1997

Gamma-Ray Line Versus Continuum Emission of Electron-Dominated Episodes during Solar Flares, Rieger, et al. 1998

A multiwavelength analysis of an electron-dominated gamma-ray event associated with a disk solar flare, Trottet et al. 1998

Gamma Rays and Neutrons as a Probe of FlareProton Spectra: The Solar Flare of 11 June 1991, Dunphy et al. 1999

Flare-associated energetic particles in the corona and at 1 AU, Klein, et al. 1999

The Radio-Silent Start of an Intense Solar Gamma-Ray Flare, Rieger, et al. 1999

Surprisingly Intense Neutron Emission from a Flare Behind the Limb of the Sun, Murphy et al.1999

The Solar Maximum Mission Atlas of Gamma-Ray Flares, Vestrand et al. 1999

Hard X-ray and gamma-ray observations of an electron dominated event associated with an occulted solar flare, Vilmer et al. 1999

Energetic Proton Spectra in the June 1991 Solar Flare, Young et al. 2000

Temporal Evolution of a Gradual SEP Event andthe Possible Role of Coronal Particle Acceleration, Klein, et al. 2000.

Temporal Evolution of a Gradual SEP Event and the Possible Role of Coronal ParticleAcceleration, Klein et al. 2000

Detection of 6 November 1997 Ground Level Event by Milagrito, Falcone et al. 2000

Accelerated-Particle Spectral Variability in the 1991 June 11 Solar Flare, Murphy & Share 2000

Spectral Evolution of an Intense Solar Gamma-Ray Flare During its Radio-Silent Start,Rieger and Marschhauser 2000

Impulsive and Extended Acceleration in the 1977 November 6 Solar Flare, Yoshimori et al.2002

GammaRays and Neutrons from a Large Solar Flare on November 6, 1977, Yoshimori etal. 2002

High-energy particles accelerated during the large solar flare of 1990 May 24: X/gamma-rayobservations, Vilmer et al. 2003

What We Know and Do Not Know about High Energy Neutral Emissions from Solar Flares,Chupp et al. 2003

Stereoscopic observations of the giant hard X-ray/gamma-ray solar flare on 1991 June 30 at0255 UT, Trottet et al. 2003

28 October 2003 Flare: High-EnergyGamma Emission, Type II Radio Emission and Solar Particle Observations,Kuzentzov et al. 2005

Relativistic Solar Neutrons and Protons on 28 October 2003, Bieber et al. 2005

Relativistic nucleon and electron production in the 2003 October 28 solar event, Miroshnichenko et al. 2005

Correction to “Relativistic nucleon and electron production in the 28 October 2003 solar event”,Miroshnichenko, et al. 2005

Relativistic Particle Injection and Interplanetary Transport during the January 20, 2005Ground Level Enhancement, Saiz et al 2005

Ground-level Events Measured with Milagro, Ryan et al. 2005

The Solar Event on 20 January 2005 observed with the Tibet YBJ Neutron monitorobservatory, Miyasaka et al. 2005

Largest GLE in Half a Century: Neutron Monitor Observations of the January 20, 2005 Event,Bieber et al. 2005

Solar Neutron Events of 2003October-November, Watanabe et al. 2006

Using Gamma-Ray and Neutron Emission to Determine Solar Flare Accelerated Particle Spectra and Composition and the Conditions within the Flare Magnetic Loop, Murphy et al 2007