AAS 200th meeting, Albuquerque, NM, June 2002
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Session 89. Solar Internal Structure and Dynamics

Oral, Thursday, June 6, 2002, 2:00-3:30pm, Mesilla

89.01D On the absence of sunspots at high solar latitudes and associated constraints on the meridional flow in the solar interior
D. Nandy (I.I.Sc., Bangalore, and M.S.U., Bozeman.), A.R. Choudhuri (I.I.Sc., Bangalore.)
89.02 Inferring Inhomogeneous Structure in the Sun Directly from Correlations in the Seismic Signal
M. F. Woodard (Big Bear Solar Observatory/New Jersey Institute of Technology)
89.03 Helioseismic observations of developing active regions in the solar convection zone
A. Kosovichev (Stanford University), T. Duvall, Jr. (NASA/GSFC)
89.04 Variability of the Solar Neutrino Flux
P.A. Sturrock (Center for Space Science and Astrophysics, Stanford University), J.D. Scargle (NASA/Ames Research Center), G. Walther (Statistics Department, Stanford University), M.A. Weber (Center for Space Science and Astrophysics, Stanford University), M.S. Wheatland (Physics Department, Sydney University, Australia)
89.05 The Solar Cycle as a Delayed Oscillator
J.R. Kuhn, J.D. Armstrong (Institute for Astronomy)
89.06 The First Seismic Images of the Solar Interior and Far Side from the GONG+ Network
D.C. Braun (NorthWest Res. Assoc., CoRA Division), C. Lindsey (Solar Phys. Res. Corp.)
89.07 Effects Of Turbulent Pumping In Flux-transport Dynamos
M. Dikpati (HAO/NCAR), A. A. van Ballegooijen (SAO)
89.08 Observational Signatures of a Solar Small-Scale Global Dynamo
C.U. Keller (National Solar Observatory), R.F. Stein (Michigan State University), A. Nordlund (NBIfAFG)

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