Oulu and Moscow are in agreement showing negative anomalies for cosmic rays, probably related to the recent solar flare activity during the past few days. Cosmic rays go down when solar goes up, as Dr. S. pointed out. cosmicrays.oulu.fi/ cr0.izmiran.rssi.ru/mosc/main.htm
The problem seems to be caused by a glitch in channel #2 ("Cosmic Ray Density") in the losscone display group. It's supposed to show a fitting over all the stations, but doesn't seem to be working, now putting out very low values. Before that a flat line. Nothing resembling real-world cosmic ray activity.
If these current density values are used to normalize the 3rd and 4th plots, that might explain why the red and blue bubbles are abnormally huge.
From ionizing radiation health physics of neutrons, outside and inside dose are similar. Neutron shielding is by elastic scattering in neutron rich hydrogenous material - water, plastic, concrete - with dense back-up for the particle cascade.