Solar Physics Division Meeting 2000, June 19-22
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Session 2. Corona, Solar Wind, Flares, CMEs, Solar-stellar, Instrumentation, Other

Display, Chair: J. Krall, Monday-Thursday, June 19, 2000, 8:00am-6:00pm, Forum Ballroom

2.01 Recent SOHO/SUMER Observations of a Polar and Equatorial Coronal Hole
E. Buchlin (ENS/Paris), D.M. Hassler (SwRI)
2.02 Magnetic Heating in Action: Life Cycles of Small Open Coronal Structures
C.E. DeForest (Southwest Research Institute)
2.03 Dispersion Relation and the Associated Instabilities Occurring in the Plumes
S. Parhi (NASA/ Marshall Space Flight Center), S.T. Suess (NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center)
2.04 The Morphology of the Solar Transition Region and Corona
A.R. Winebarger, H. P. Warren (CfA)
2.05 Observed Variability and Dynamics of Active Region Loops
S.V.H. Haugan, P. Brekke (ESA/GSFC), T. Fredvik, O. Kjeldseth-Moe (ITA, Oslo), K. Wilhelm (MPIAe, Germany), J. Gurman (NASA/GSFC)
2.06 The Solar Upper Transition Region. I. High Resolution FUV-EUV Imaging and Modeling of Unresolved Coronal Funnels as Observed with the Multi-Spectral Solar Telescope Array, II
D. S. Martinez-Galarce (W. W. Hansen Experimental Physics Laboratory, Stanford University), A. B. C. Walker, II (Department of Physics, Stanford University), R. B. Hoover (Space Science Laboratory, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center), T. W. Barbee, II (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
2.07 Active Region Evolution of Several Regions Lasting More than One Solar Rotation
T-.S. Huang, B. M. Cudnik, S.H. Pojoga (Prairie View A&M University)
2.08 Large-Scale Coronal Heating from `Cool' Activity in the Solar Magnetic Network
D.A. Falconer (UAH/MSFC), R.L. Moore, J.G. Porter, D.H. Hathaway (NASA/MSFC)
2.09 Coronal Heating and Sheared Neutral Line Length in Solar Active Regions
N. W. Griffiths, G. H. Fisher (University of California, Berkeley), T. R. Metcalf (Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory, Palo Alto), D. A. Falconer (University of Alabama, Huntsville)
2.10 What TRACE Observations tell us about Heating of Coronal Loops
M.J. Aschwanden, R.W. Nightingale, D. Alexander (LMSAL), F. Reale, G. Peres (Univ.Palermo)
2.11 Multi-Thread Modeling of Coronal Loops with TRACE Data
R. W. Nightingale, M. J. Aschwanden, D. Alexander (LMSAL), F. Reale, G. Peres (Univ. Palermo)
2.12 Using the Results of Multi-Thermal Analysis to Constrain Coronal Heating Models
R.T. Scopes, J.T. Schmelz (University of Memphis)
2.13 Diagnostic Constraints for Loop Dynamics Models
B.H. Schoepke, J.T. Schmelz, R.T. Scopes, J.W. Cirtain, C.R. Edwards (University of Memphis)
2.14 Analysis of an Active Region EUV Spectrum from SERTS-97
J.W. Brosius (Raytheon ITSS), R.J. Thomas, J.M. Davila (NASA's GSFC), E. Landi (MPIA)
2.15 Re-Calibration of SOHO by SERTS-99
R.J. Thomas, J.M. Davila, W.T. Thompson (NASA/GSFC), B.J. Kent (RAL), J. Hollandt (PTB)
2.16 Results from the 2 November 1998 SwRI/LASP Sounding Rocket Campaign
D.M. Hassler (SwRI), F. Auchere (USRA/GSFC), B. Handy (MSU), L. Strachan (SAO), D. Slater (SwRI), T.N. Woods (CU/LASP)
2.17 Coronal Replenishment and Heating
A.O. Benz (Institute of Astronomy, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland), S. Krucker (Space Science Lab, UCB, Berkeley), U. Mitra Kraev (Institute of Astronomy, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland)
2.18 Prominence Densities as Derived from SOHO/EIT Fe XII (195 Angstrom) Absorption Features
H. Gilbert (NCAR/HAO), L. Mize (Rhodes College), T. Holzer (NCAR/HAO), R. MacQueen (Rhodes College)
2.19 Filaments and their Magnetic Structure
A. Title (Stanford Lockheed Institute for Space Research)
2.20 Multispecies Treatment of Abundance and Temperature Variations due to Mass Flows in the Solar Transition Region
D. T. Woods (SSL/UCB and LLNL), T. E. Holzer (HAO/UCAR)
2.21 Model for Radio Thermal Emission at 328 and 1446 MHz from EUV Observations
J.W. Cook (Naval Research Lab), J.S. Newmark (GSFC), A. Vourlidas (George Mason U.)
2.22 Solar EUV Variability as Measured by SOHO/EIT
J.S. Newmark (SM & A Corp., NASA/GSFC), J.W. Cook, J.D. Moses, L.E. Floyd (Naval Research Lab, Washington D.C.)
2.23 A Limit on Energetic Electrons in the Solar Corona from Radio Observations
G. D. Holman (NASA/GSFC)
2.24 The Solar Helium Abundance in the Outer Corona Determined from Observations with SUMER/SOHO
J. M. Laming, U. Feldman (NRL)
2.25 Variation of the Large-Scale Coronal Temperature at Mid-to-High Latitudes over 1.5 Solar Cycles
R. C. Altrock (Air Force Research Lab. at NSO/SP)
2.26 Active Longitudes in Solar Corona
E.E. Benevolenskaya (Pulkovo Observatory), A.G. Kosovichev, P.H. Scherrer (Stanford University)
2.27 Physical Properties of Solar Inner Corona Revealed by Time Series Observations made by EIT and SXT
J. Li, B.J. LaBonte (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii), L.W. Acton (Department of Physics, Montana State University)
2.28 Evolution of the Solar Corona From Cycle 22 to Cycle 23 As Revealed by X-ray Limb Synoptic Maps
G.L. Slater, S.L. Freeland (Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory), B.J. LaBonte, J. Li (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii), L.W. Acton (Montana State University)
2.29 Solar Cycle Variations of O VI and H I Lyman Alpha Intensities in the Solar Corona
M. P. Miralles, A. V. Panasyuk, L. Strachan, L. D. Gardner, R. M. Suleiman, P. L. Smith, J. L. Kohl (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
2.30 Apparent Associations Between the Solar Interior, Corona, and Solar Wind
R. Woo, J.W. Armstrong (JPL/Caltech), S.R. Habbal (CfA)
2.31 Helium 1083 nm Imaging Spectroscopy: November 1999
H. P. Jones (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)
2.32 UVCS/SOHO Observations of Equatorial and Polar Coronal Holes
J. L. Kohl, M. P. Miralles, S. R. Cranmer, R. M. Suleiman (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
2.33 Proton, Helium and Minor Ion Interactions with Circularly Polarized Alfven and Ion-cyclotron waves in the Expanding Solar Wind: Hybrid Simulations
M. Velli (Dept. of Astronomy, University of Florence), P.C. Liewer, B.E. Goldstein (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
2.34 An MHD Model of the Solar Wind from the Upper Chromosphere to 1 A.U.
R. Lionello, J. A. Linker, Z. Mikic (SAIC)
2.35 Temperature, density and magnetic field structure of the corona during the total eclipse of 1999 August 11
S.R. Habbal (CfA), J. Johnson (Electricon), P. Nisenson (CfA), R. Woo (JPL/Caltech), S. Fineschi (U. Turin), R. Esser, C.H. Wood (CfA), J. Hale (Hale Engineering), M.A. Forman (SUNY, Stony Brook), J.A. Johnson (JPL/Caltech), J. Jabbour (Tishreen University)
2.36 Max Millennium/Whole Sun Month Observations of a Sigmoid Region (AR 8668)
D.M. Zarro (SM&A/GSFC), R.C. Canfield (MSU/Bozeman), N. Nitta (LMSAL), D.C. Myers (SM&A/GSFC), S.E. Gregory (Stanford), J. Qiu (BBSO), D. Alexander (LMSAL), H.S. Hudson (ISAS/SPRC), B.J. Thompson (NASA/GSFC), B.J. LaBonte (Mees/IFA)
2.37 Comparison of UVCS and EISCAT observations of a mid- and high-latitude streamer during the Third Whole Sun Month Campaign
L. Strachan, A. V. Panasyuk, J. L. Kohl (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), A. Breen (Physics Dept., University of Wales, Aberystwyth)
2.38 Modeling the Corona During ``Whole Sun Month 3''
Z. Mikic, J. A. Linker, P. Riley, R. Lionello (SAIC, San Diego)
2.39 The Third Whole Sun Month Campaign - Coronal Synoptic Maps
D.A. Biesecker (SM&A - NASA/GSFC), S.E. Gibson (Cambridge University), D. Alexander (LMSAL), A. Fludra (RAL - NASA/GSFC), J.T. Hoeksema (Stanford University - HEPL), A.V. Panasyuk (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), B.J. Thompson (NASA/GSFC)
2.40 Solar Wind and Magnetic field Observations During Whole Sun Months 2 and 3
A.J. Lazarus (MIT), A. Szabo (NASA/GSFC), J. Linker (SAIC), Z. Mikic (SAIC)
2.41 Prediction of Solar Wind Conditions in the Inner Heliosphere Using IPS Tomography
P.P. Hick, B.V. Jackson, A. Buffington (UCSD/CASS)
2.42 Microwave/Millimeter Wavelength Bursts with Simple Spiky Time Profiles
M. R. Kundu, S. M. White (Astronomy Department, University of Maryland, College Park), K. Shibasaki (Nobeyama Radio Observatory, NAO, Japan), T. Sakurai (National Astronomical Observatory, Japan)
2.43 Observations and Models of a Flaring Loop
A. Nindos, S. M. White, M. R. Kundu (Astronomy Department, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742), D. E. Gary (Physics Department, NJIT, Newark, NJ 07102)
2.44 First Results from the Upgraded Owens Valley Solar Array
D. E. Gary (New Jersey Institute of Technology), G. J. Hurford (UC Berkeley), Jeongwoo Lee, P. T. Gallagher (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
2.45 Evolution and Statistics of the Loop-top hard X-ray emission
T. Q. Donaghy, V. Petrosian (Stanford University), J. McTiernan (Univ. of California, Space Sciences Lab)
2.46 A Unified Code for Acceleration, Transport and Radiation of Electrons in a Solar Flare Loop
V. Petrosian (Stanford University), J. McTiernan (Univ. of California, Space Sciences Lab), T. Q. Donaghy (Stanford University)
2.47 Electron Kinematics near the Loss-Cone
L. Fletcher (Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Glasgow), M. J. Aschwanden (LMSAL)
2.48 Impulsive Flare Electron Transport and Acceleration in Non-Uniform Magnetic Fields
G. Lenters (NASA's GSFC)
2.49 Directionality of Flare-Accelerated Particles from \gamma-ray Lines
G.H. Share, R.J. Murphy (NRL)
2.50 Electron Acceleration During the 1999 August 20 Flare
J. Lee, D.E. Gary, P.T. Gallagher (NJIT)
2.51 Investigating the Possibility of Associations between X-Ray Spectral Evolution and Eruptive Phenomena
E. K. Newton (NASA MSFC), P. Woods (USRA)
2.52 The Electron-Dominated High-Energy Flare of 2000 March 24
R.J. Murphy, G.H. Share (NRL)
2.53 H\alpha Polarization Observations and Flare Energetics
A.G. Emslie, J.A. Miller (UAH), E. Vogt, J.-C. Hénoux, S. Sahal-Bréchot (Meudon)
2.54 H\alpha Linear Polarization Observations of Solar Flares: The Search for Proton Beams
C. M. Johns-Krull, G. H. Fisher (UCB/SSL), J. Varsik, W. Marquette (BBSO)
2.55 Observations of H-alpha Polarization in Flares
D. L. Mickey (University of Hawaii), T. R. Metcalf, L. Fletcher (Lockheed Martin ATC)
2.56 MHD Effects Triggered by Beams of Charged Particles in Solar Magnetic Tubes and Their Possible Relation to Plasma Heating during Solar Flares
M.L. Khodachenko, G. Haerendel, E. Rieger (MPE, Garching, Germany)
2.57 The M2.4/2B Flaring Event of 20 March 2000 from Region NOAA 8910
B. M. Cudnik, S. H. Pojoga, T-S Huang, M. Williamson, B. Solomon (Prairie View A&M University)
2.58 Energy Release in an Impulsive Flare
J. Qiu (BBSO/NJIT), H. Wang (NJIT/BBSO), V. B. Yurchyshyn (BBSO/NJIT), P. R. Goode (NJIT/BBSO), BBSO/NJIT Team
2.59 Observations of Magnetic Energy Release in Solar Flares
A.G. Kosovichev (Stanford University), V.V. Zharkova (Glasgow University)
2.60 Magnetic Reconnection and Energetics of the 2000 March 22 Solar Flare
P. T. Gallagher, D. E. Gary, J. Lee (Center for Solar Research, NJIT)
2.61 Evidence for the Flare Trigger Site and 3-D Reconnection in Multi-Wavelength Observations of a Solar Flare
T. R. Metcalf (LMSAL), L. Fletcher (LMSAL/Glasgow), D. Alexander (LMSAL), D. S. Brown (U. St. Andrews), L. A. Ryder (UCD)
2.62 Fine Structure in Solar Flares
H.P. Warren (CfA)
2.63 Temperature Profiles of Super-Hot Flare Plasma using the Transition Region and Coronal Explorer (TRACE)
K.K Reeves, H.P. Warren (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
2.64 Newly Discovered Fe XX lines in Flares Observed by SOHO/SUMER and Skylab.
T.A. Kucera (SM&A Corp., NASA/GSFC), U. Feldman, K.G. Widing (NRL), W. Curdt (MPAe), J.I. Khan (MSSL)
2.65 Measurements of High Temperature Dielectronic Recombination for Modeling Solar Flares
D. W. Savin, S. M. Kahn (Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory), M. Grieser, J. Linkemann, R. Repnow, A. A. Saghiri, M. Schmitt, D. Schwalm, A. Wolf (Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics), T. Bartsch, A. Mueller, S. Schippers (University of Giessen), T. W. Gorczyca (Western Michigan University)
2.66 Controlling the Dynamics of Laboratory Simulations of Solar Prominence Eruptions
P. M. Bellan, J. F. Hansen (Caltech)
2.67 A Rapid Magnetic Connectivity Change Observed Before a Filament Eruption
Jung-Hoon Kim, H.S. Yun, Sangwoo Lee (SNU), J. Chae, P.R. Goode (BBSO)
2.68 An Erupting Active Region Filament: Three-Dimensional Trajectory and Hydrogen Column Density
M.J. Penn (CSUN/SFO)
2.69 A Statistical Study of Filament and Prominence Disppearances
G. Yang (NJIT)
2.70 Evidence for continued reconnection in solar flares
D. Alexander (Lockheed Martin Solar & Astrophysics Lab.), A. Czaykowska (MPI for extraterrestrial Physics)
2.71 SOHO/UVCS Observations of a Coronal Jet During the Third Whole Sun Month Campaign
Y.-K. Ko, J. Raymond (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), S. Gibson (University of Cambridge), L. Strachan (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), D. Alexander, L. Fletcher (Lockheed-Martin ATC, Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory), T. Holzer, H. Gilbert, J. Burkepile (High Altitude Observatory), C. St. Cyr (Computational Physics, Inc.), B. Thompson (NASA/GSFC)
2.72 Eruptive Events at 304 Å: A Sample from SOHO EIT
J.B. Gurman (NASA Goddard space Flight Center, Laboratory for Astronomy and Solar Physics)
2.73 Solar Phenomena Associated With EIT Waves
D.C. Myers, D.A. Biesecker (Steven Myers and Associates), A Vourlidas (George Mason University), B.J. Thompson (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)
2.74 Coronal Mass Ejections - responses of the photospheric magnetic field changes?
Y. Li, J. G. Luhmann (SpacSSL, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720), J. T. Hoeksema, X. P. Zhao (Stanford University), C. N. Arge (Space Environment Center, NOAA)
2.75 Big Flares and LASCO CMEs
M. D. Andrews (Computational Physics Inc/NRL), E. H. Erwin (National Geophysical Data Center)
2.76 Observational Signatures of the Onset of Coronal Mass Ejections
N. V. Nitta (LMSAL)
2.77 New Insights on CMEs from Spectroscopic observations of UltraViolet Coronagraph Spectrometer
Angela Ciaravella, J.C. Raymond, A. van Ballegooijen (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), O.C. St. Cyr (Computational Physics, Inc., Fairfax, VA), S.P. Plunkett (Universities Space Research Association, Naval Research Lab.), UVCS Mission Operations Team
2.78 The Rate of Flux Pile-up Magnetic Reconnection in the Solar Corona
Y. E. Litvinenko (University of New Hampshire)
2.79 Escape of Plasmoids from the Siege of Closed Magnetic Field
G. S. Choe, C. Z. Cheng (Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory)
2.80 A Method for Determining Coronal Reconnection Rates in Eruptive Events
T.G. Forbes (Univ. of New Hampshire)
2.81 Photospheric Magnetic Flux Changes as a Trigger for Coronal Mass Ejections
J. A. Linker, R. Lionello, Z. Mikic (Science Applications International Corporation), T. Amari (Centre de Physique Theorique, Ecole Polytechnique)
2.82 Energetic Considerations Concerning Coronal Mass Ejections
P.A. Sturrock (Stanford University), M.E. Wheatland (University of Sydney), R. Wolfson (Middlebury College)
2.83 An Empirical Model to Predict the Arrival of CMEs at 1 AU
N. Gopalswamy (NASA/GSFC and Catholic University), A. Lara (Catholic University), M. L. Kaiser (NASA/GSFC)
2.84 Studying CMEs Using LASCO and In-situ Observations of Halo Events
D.F. Webb (ISR, Boston College), R.P. Lepping (LEP, NASA GSFC), N.U. Crooker (CSP, Boston University), S.P. Plunkett (USRA/NRL, NASA GSFC), O.C. St. Cyr (CPI/NRL, NASA GSFC)
2.85 A Look at the Modest Geomagnetic Response to the Rise of Cycle 23: Coronal Transients With Less Geoeffectiveness?
J.G. Luhmann, Y. Li (University of California Berkeley), C.T. Russell, T. Mulligan (IGPP, UCLA), N. Arge (CIRES and NOAA-SEC), J.T. Hoeksema (Stanford University), D.J. McComas (LANL), C.W. Smith (Bartol Research Inst.)
2.86 Background Intensities and CME Speeds in Solar Energetic Particle Events
S.W. Kahler (Air Force Research Laboratory)
2.87 Two Classes of Solar Proton Events derived from Onset Time Analysis
S. Krucker, R. P. Lin (SSL, UC Berkeley)
2.88 High Energy Proton Spectrum of the 6 November 1997 Ground Level Event Observed by Milagrito
A.D. Falcone (Univ. of New Hampshire), Milagro Collaboration
2.89 Design and Performance of the Flare Genesis Experiment
P. N. Bernasconi, D. M. Rust, H. A. Eaton, G. A. Murphy (JHU/APL)
2.90 Diffraction Pattern Analysis of Bright TRACE Flares
Z. A. Frank (LMSAL), A. C. Lin (Palo Alto High School), R. W. Nightingale, T. D. Tarbell (LMSAL)
2.91 Instrumental Effects and their Removal from TRACE Images
T.D. Tarbell, R.N. Nightingale, T.R. Metcalf, Z.A. Frank (LMSAL), TRACE Team
2.92 The Solar-B Focal Plane Package
T. E. Berger, A. M. Title, T. D. Tarbell (Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory), B. W. Lites, D. F. Elmore (High Altitude Observatory, NCAR)
2.93 The X-Ray Telescope on Solar B
E. E. DeLuca, L. Golub, J. Bookbinder, P. Cheimets (SAO), K. Shibasaki (Nobeyama Radio Observatory), T. Sakao (ISAS), R. Kano (NAOJ)
2.94 The STEREO-SECCHI Extreme Ultraviolet Imager
J.-P. Wülser, J.R. Lemen, T.D. Tarbell, C.J. Wolfson (LMSAL), R.A. Howard, J.D. Moses (NRL), J.-P. Delaboudinière (IAS)
2.95 The Imaging Capabilities of HESSI
E.J. Schmahl (UMd & NASA/GSFC), HESSI Team
2.96 Solar Orbiter --- A High Resolution Mission to the Sun and Inner Heliosphere
B. Fleck (ESA), E. Marsch (MPAe), R. Schwenn (MPAe), E. Antonucci (Univ.\,Torino), P. Bochsler (Univ.\,Bern), J.-L. Bougeret (Meudon), R.A. Harrison (RAL), R. Marsden (ESA), J.-C. Vial (IAS)
2.97 New Diagnostics of Coronal Heating and Solar Wind Acceleration Processes Achievable With The Advanced Solar Coronal Explorer (ASCE)
S. R. Cranmer, J. L. Kohl, L. D. Gardner, J. C. Raymond, L. Strachan, P. L. Smith (SAO), R. A. Howard (NRL), J. M. Davila, R. R. Fisher (NASA/GSFC), G. Noci (U. Florence), G. Tondello (U. Padua), D. G. Socker, D. Moses (NRL)
2.98 A dream of a mission: the Stellar Imager and Seismic Probe
C.J. Schrijver (Stanford-Lockheed Institute for Space Research), K.G. Carpenter (Goddard Space Flight Center)
2.99 SUMI: The Solar Ultraviolet Magnetograph
J.M. Davis, J.G. Porter, G.A. Gary, E.A. West (NASA/MSFC), D.M. Rabin (NOAO/NSO), R.J. Thomas, J.M. Davila (NASA/GSFC)
2.100 Investigation of Chromospheric and Coronal Structures with the Advanced Technology Solar Spectroscopic Imager
P.F.X. Boerner (Stanford University Department of Physics), K. Wamba, D.S. Martinez-Galarce, A.B.C. Walker, B. Cabrera (Stanford University Department of Physics), L. Lesyna (Lockheed-Martin), K. Irwin, S.W. Nam, S. Deiker (National Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, CO), R.B. Hoover (Marshall Space Flight Center), T.W. Barbee (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
2.101 Having Our Cake and Eating it, Too: Fast Imaging Spectroscopy With a Multi-Order Slitless Spectrograph
C. C. Kankelborg, D. W. Longcope, P. C. H. Martens (Department of Physics, Montana State University)
2.102 Solar Sail Mission Concepts
H. D. Winter (University of Memphis), D. Alexander (Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab.), C. R. McInnes (University of Glasgow, Scotland)
2.103 Time-Dependent Tomography Of Heliospheric Features Using Global Thomson-Scattering Data From the Helios Spacecraft Photometers
B.V. Jackson, P.P. Hick (CASS/UCSD)
2.104 Periodgram Analysis of the Zurich and Schove Series. Stability of the Quasi-Century and Quasi-Two Century Solar Cycles.
B. Bonev (Ritter Astrophysical Research Center, Univ. of Toledo)
2.105 Standardized Coordinate Systems for Solar Image Data
W.T. Thompson (SM&A Corp., NASA Goddard SFC)
2.106 A National Solar Digital Observatory
F. Hill (NSO)
2.107 A New Method of Determining Line-of-Sight Velocity Using MLSO/CHIP He I 1083 nm Observations
T. E. Holzer, H. R. Gilbert, D. F. Elmore (NCAR/HAO), R. M. MacQueen (Rhodes College)
2.108 First Observations with the Global High-Resolution H-alpha Network
J.R. Varsik, M. Steinegger, C. Denker, P.R. Goode, H. Wang (Big Bear Solar Observatory, New Jersey Institute of Technology), G. Luo, D. Chen, Q. Zhang (Yunnan Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences), W. Otruba, A. Hanslmeier, H. Freislich (Kanzelhoehe Solar Observatory, Karl-Franzens-Universitaet Graz)
2.109 First Results from the Big Bear Solar Observatory's Digital Vectormagnetograph
T. J. Spirock, C. Denker, H. Chen, J. Qui, P. R. Goode, H. Wang (Big Bear Solar Observatory)
2.110 On the Absolute Alignment of GONG Images
C.G. Toner (NSO/GONG)
2.111 The Status of SOLIS
J. Harvey (NSO), SOLIS Team
2.112 Seismic Imaging of the Far Side and Interior of the Sun
D.C. Braun (NWRA-CoRA & SPRC), C. Lindsey (SPRC)
2.113 Prediction of X-Ray Flare Evolution using Temporal Lognormal Fits
P.L. Bornmann (NOAA/SEC)
2.114 EUV irradiance variations measured with the SOHO Coronal Diagnostic Spectrometer
P. Brekke (ESA Space Science Dept., NASA Goddard SFC), W.T. Thompson (SM&A Corp., NASA Goddard SFC)
2.115 Global Solar Variability: Cycle 23 Indicates a Change from Recent Cycles
G. de Toma (LASP/CU), O.~R. White (HAO/NCAR), G.~A. Chapman, S.~R. Walton (SFO,CSUN), K.~L. Harvey (SPRC)
2.116 The Violations of the Rule of Gnevyshev-Ohl in the Schove Series. Does the Current 11-year Cycle No. 23 Indicate a New Centurial Solar Minimum?\\
B. Komitov (Inst. of Astronomy - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences), B. Bonev (Ritter Astrophysical Research Center, Univ. of Toledo)
2.117 Response to Weak Solar Forcing in a General Circulation Model of the Atmosphere
A.C. Cadavid, J.K. Lawrence (California State University, Northridge), A.A. Ruzmaikin (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
2.118 Total Light Imager with Flat Spectral Response for Solar Photometric Measurements
S. Libonate, P. Foukal (CRI, Inc.)
2.119 Comparison of Disk-Integrated Ca II K-line Spectra and K-line Spectroheliograms
S. P. Catanzariti (Indiana State University), S. L. Keil (National Solar Observatory)
2.120 A Survey of Activity in the Solar-Type Stars in M67
M.S. Giampapa (NSO/NOAO), R.R. Radick (AFGL), J.C. Hall (Lowell Obs.), S.L. Baliunas (SAO)
2.121 Earthshine and the Earth's Reflectivity
P.R. Goode, J. Hickey, J. Qiu, V. Yurchyshyn (BBSO), S.E. Koonin, T. Brown (Caltech), E. Kolbe (Universitat Basel), M. Chu (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
2.122 An Optical Demonstration Project For The HESSI Rotating Modulation Collimator
B. Lowe-Schmahl, K. Schmahl, T. Mengel (A Schmahl Science Workshop), E. Schmahl (NASA/GSFC)
2.123 Solar Public Outreach on a Shoestring Budget: A Community Approach
M.B. Larson, C.K. Kankelborg, D.W. Longcope (Montana State University - Bozeman)

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