Table 2: A compilation of different muon flux measurements over the world.

Location (laboratory)/countryLatitude (°)Longitude (°)Depth (mwe)Muon flux (m−2 s−1)

CUPP/Finland [13]63.39 N26.02 E0
Belgrade/Serbia [14]44.51 N20.23 E0
Slanic/Romania [5]45.24 N25.94 E0
Belgrade/Serbia44.51 N20.23 E2545
Belgrade/Serbia44.51 N20.23 E7511.9
Belgrade/Serbia44.51 N20.23 E1007.24
Ogoya/Japan [15]36.20 N136.5 E270
Belgrade/Serbia44.51 N20.23 E300
Slanic/Romania45.24 N25.94 E601
Slanic/Romania45.24 N25.94 E610
Slanic/Romania45.24 N25.94 E790
CUPP/Finland63.39 N26.02 E980
Solotwina/Ukraine [16]50.11 N23.16 E1000
LSC/Spain [17]42.43 N00.31 E1200
Oto-Cosmo/Japan [18]34.41 N135.5 E1400
Carlsbad/USA [19]33.09 N117.2 W1526
CUPP/Finland63.39 N26.02 E1900
Y2L/Korea [20]38.04 N128.4 E2000
Soudan/USA [21]47.49 N92.14 W2000
LSC/Spain42.43 N00.31 E2400
Kamioka/Japan [22]39.29 N140.3 E2700
Boulby/UK [23]54.34 N00.58 W2800
CUPP/Finland63.39 N26.02 E2810
Gran Sasso/Italy [24]42.48 N13.33 E3200
CUPP/Finland63.39 N26.02 E3960
BNO/Russia [25]43.40 N43.32 E4700
Frejus/France [26]45.08 N06.41 E4800
Sudbury/USA [27]46.28 N81.10 W6010