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Mass supply and flows in the Solar corona : the 2nd SOHO Workshop

Author: B Fleck; G Noci; G Poletto
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1994.
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The proceedings of the 2nd SOHO Workshop published in this volume provide a concise overview of the most relevant aspects of "Mass Supply and Flows in the Solar Corona", focusing on: (i) fine scale structures; (ii) loops and prominences; (iii) streamers, and; (iv) coronal holes and solar wind. Each topic is introduced by three reviews -- the first giving a summary of the status of relevant observations, the second  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Conference papers and proceedings
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Material Type: Bibliographic data, Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: B Fleck; G Noci; G Poletto
ISBN: 9789401109307 9401109303
OCLC Number: 840308711
Description: 1 online resource (384 pages)
Contents: List of Participants.- Foreword.- Soho Overview.- SOHO and the Solar Community.- The Scientific Payload of the Space-Based Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO).- SOHO Operations and Ground System.- I Small Scale Structures.- Solar Mass Row in Fine-Scale Structures.- Magnetic Fine Structures in Coronal Loops.- Small Scale Structures in the Solar Corona.- The Dynamics of Chromospheric Spicules.- Numerical Simulations of Spicule Driving Mechanisms.- The Chromospheric Network Dynamics as Derived from the Analysis of Ca II K and He I 1083 nm Lines.- Dynamical Fine Structures of the Chromosphere.- Energy Input for Explosive Events in the Transition Zone.- Jets and Brightenings Generated by Energy Deposition in the Middle and Upper Solar Chromosphere.- The Coronal Context of Transition Region Explosive Events.- The Extension of Explosive Events from the Transition Region to the Corona.- Fine Structure and the Emission Filling Factor.- Turbulent Transition in Solar Surges.- Observed Redshifts of Transition Region/Corona Lines.- Transition Region Line-Shifts in the Rebound Shock Spicule Model.- Analysis of a Redshifted Plasma Flow over a Sunspot.- Spectroscopic Diagnostics for CDS and SUMER.- SUMER Science Database.- TRACE-The Transition Region and Coronal Explorer.- Working Group 1: Small Scale Features.- II Loops and Prominences.- Observations of Loops and Prominences.- Mass Flows in Coronal Loops.- SOHO Contribution to the Understanding of Mass Supply and Flows in the Solar Corona.- Features of Mass Supply and Flows Related with Reconnection in the Solar Corona.- Coronal Heating due to the Emergence of Magnetic Flux.- Modeling of Dynamic Evolution of Coronal Loops.- Hierarchy of Spatial Scales in UV Prominences.- Coordinated Optical and Yohkoh Observations of 26 June 1992 Flare Loops.- Coronal Electron Density Measurements Using the Near-IR [Fe XIII] Emission Lines.- Structure and Development of Quiet Loops in the Solar Corona.- Coronal Loops and Prominences as Observed with RATAN 600.- Millimeter Wave Radiation Sources Visible in Solar Corona.- Stationary Flows in Coronal Loops.- Observational Evidence for Non-Equilibrium Ionization in the Solar Corona.- ASAP: A Systematic Approach to Plasma Spectral Synthesis.- Eruptive Prominences as Sources of Magnetic Clouds in the Solar Wind.- Working Group 2: Loops and Prominences.- III Coronal Streamers.- Coronal Streamers' Theories.- Understanding Solar Streamers: The Role of SOHO.- Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Extended Solar Corona during the SPARTAN 201 Mission.- Preliminary Results from SPARTAN 201: Coronal Streamer Observations.- SPARTAN 201 White Light Coronagraph Experiment.- Soft X-Ray Observations of Helmet Structures from SXT/Yohkoh.- Radio Emission from Coronal Streamers.- Magnetic Configuration of Coronal Streamers and Threads.- Modeling Coronal Streamers and Their Eruption.- Magnetohydrodynamic Simulation of a Streamer Beside a Realistic Coronal Hole.- Manifestation of Magnetic Reconnection in Coronal Streamer Current Sheets.- Coronal Magnetic Field Evolution under Reconnective Relaxation.- Working Group 3: Coronal Streamers.- IV Coronal Holes and Solar Wind.- Observations of the Solar Wind from Coronal Holes.- Unsolved Problems of Solar Wind Expansion: Can We Learn Anything from SOHO?.- Diffusive Fractionation in the Chromosphere.- Coupling of the Coronal He Abundance to the Solar Wind.- Electron Coronal Density Irregularity $${<!-- -->{\overline {<!-- -->{\rm{n}}^{\rm{2}} } } \mathord{\left/ {\vphantom {<!-- -->{\overline {<!-- -->{\rm{n}}^{\rm{2}} } } {\left( {\overline {\rm{n}} } \right)^{\rm{2}} }}} \right. \kern-\nulldelimiterspace} {\left( {\overline {\rm{n}} } \right)^{\rm{2}} }}$$ from Measurements of K-Coronal and Lyman Lines Brightnesses.- Simulated Observations of the Electron Coronal Density Irregularity$${<!-- -->{\overline {<!-- -->{\rm{n}}^{\rm{2}} } } \mathord{\left/ {\vphantom {<!-- -->{\overline {<!-- -->{\rm{n}}^{\rm{2}} } } {\left( {\overline {\rm{n}} } \right)^{\rm{2}} }}} \right. \kern-\nulldelimiterspace} {\left( {\overline {\rm{n}} } \right)^{\rm{2}} }}$$.- UV Spectral Lines from Coronal Transients.- Modeling the Coronal Magnetic Field in a Polar Hole.- Broadening of Fe X (6374 A) Profiles above the Limb in a Coronal Hole.- Signature of Coronal Holes and Streamers in the Interplanetary Space.- Effect of Areal Expansion and Coronal Heating on the Solar Wind.- Coronal Plumes and Final Scale Structure in High Speed Solar Wind Streams.- Radial Profile Measurements of the Solar Wind Speed Using Radio Sounding Techniques.
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