This volume contains definitive papers on high energy astrophysics
every expert in the field.
The Production of Very High Energy Photons and Neutrinos from Cosmic Proton Sources. Paper I published in The Astrophysical Journal, 284: 810-816 (1984).
Details and many other links can be found on the U.Hawaii Super-Kamiokande page.
To see my article on the media coverage of the announcement, published in Skeptical Briefs, go here.
The "smoking gun" is the zenith angle distribution of muon neutrinos, which differs from expectations by more than six standard deviations. Although I am a co-author on the discovery paper and other Super-Kamiokande publications, my personal role on this experiment was a small one. However, I have worked on the problem of neutrino oscillations for many years. In particular, see my paper, linked below, presented at the 1980 Neutrino Mini-Mass Conference which may be the first place the idea of looking for neutrino oscillations in the zenith angle distribution of atmospheric neutrinos appeared in print. The reference is: Victor J. Stenger. “Neutrino Oscillations in DUMAND,” In Neutrino Mass: Mini-Conference and Workshop Transparencies, edited by V. Barger, and D. Cline, 174-78. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin, 1980. This is a scanned version of ther paper.How to detect neutrino oscillations with muons from atmopheric neutrinos
In the following conference paper I proposed a long-baselinent
experiment in which neutrinos would be sent 6,482 km from Ferilab to
Hawaii. Reference: "Neutrino Oscillations and DUMAND" in the Workshop
on Long-Baseline Neutrino Oscillations, Fermi National Acceleratsor
Laboratory, Batavia, Illionois, November 17-20, 1991, edited by Maury
Goodman, pp. 317-330.