Session List

FRIDAY, 27 JUNE 1997

Session 1. Chromosphere, Corona, Flares

Display, Friday, 7:00am-6:00pm, Ballroom B, Chair: Charles Kankelborg

1.01 Recent Perplexing Behavior in Solar Activity Indices
J. C. LoPresto (Edinboro University of PA)
1.02 Thin Current Sheet Formation
C. Z. Cheng, G. S. Choe (Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory)
1.03 Filament Eruptions During the Period of Sept. 1991 through Sept. 1994
A. E. Komenda, H. Wang (NJIT), F. Tang, H. Zirin (Caltech)
1.04 Translimb Spectroscopy with SOHO\,/\,SUMER
T. R. Ayres (CASA), P. Lemaire (IAS), U. Schühle, K. Wilhelm (MPIA), I. Rüedi, S. Solanki (ETHZ)
1.05 Multiple Reversals in Ca II K Profiles
K. S. Balasubramaniam (NSO/SP and PL/GPSS)
1.06 Comparison of UV Irradiance Variations during Solar Cycles 21 and 22
F. Varadi, J. M. Pap, D. Parker, R. Ulrich (UCLA), L. Floyd, D. Prinz (NRL), L. Puga, R. Viereck (NOAA Space Environment Center)
1.07 The Nature of the Waves in the Solar Chromosphere
W. Kalkofen (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
1.08 Expansion Factors in Coronal Holes and Plume/Interplume UVCS Observations
G. Poletto, G. Corti (Osservatorio Astrofisico, Firenze, ITALY), G. Noci (Universita di Firenze, ITALY), J. Kohl (Center for Astrophysics, Boston, MA), S. Suess (NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, AL)
1.09 Observations of the Quiet Sun Corona and Coronal Holes with the Coronal Diagnostic Spectrometer on SOHO
A. Fludra (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK), G. Del Zanna, B. J. I. Bromage (University of Central Lancashire, UK)
1.10 Fitting a 3-d analytic model of the Coronal Mass Ejection to observations
S. Gibson (NASA/GSFC NRC), R. Fisher (NASA/GSFC), R. Howard (NRL), B. Thompson (NASA/GSFC ARC)
1.11 Initial Comparison of MDI Photospheric Magnetic Movies and CDS Transition Region Movies in Quiet Sun
T. Tarbell (LMPARL), P. Brekke (ITA-Oslo), A. Fludra (RAL), C. DeForest (Stanford), J. Saba, J. Covington (LMPARL/GSFC)
1.12 Measuring the He I/H ratio in a prominence using Lyman absorption
T. A. Kucera (ARC, NASA/GSFC), V. Andretta (NRC, NASA/GSFC), A. I. Poland (NASA/GSFC)
1.13 Effects of MHD Instabilities on the Structure of the Slow Solar Wind
J. Karpen, R. Dahlburg (Naval Research Laboratory)
1.14 Absolute Elemental Abundances in Streamers
J. C. Raymond, J. Kohl, R. Suleiman, A. Ciaravella, S. Fineschi, L. Gardner, A. Panasyuk, L. Strachan (CfA), G. Noci (Universita di Firenze), E. Antonucci (Osservatorio di Torino), P. Nicolosi, G. Naletto (Universita di Padova), S. Giordano, C. Benna (Universita di Torino)
1.15 Observations of Coronal Features by EIT above an Active Region by EIT and Implications for Coronal Heating
W. M. Neupert (Hughes STX), J. Newmark, B. J. Thompson (ARC), R. Catura (LMPARL), J. D. Moses (NRL), F. Portier-Fozzani (LAS-CNRS), J. P. Delaboudiniere, A. Gabriel, G. Artzner (IAS), F. Clette, P. Cugnon (ORB), A. Maucherat (LAS-CNRS), J. M. Defise, C. Jamar, P. Rochus (CSL), R. Howard, D. Michels, K. Dere (NRL), S. Freeland, J. Lemen, R. Stern (LMPARL), J. Gurman (NASA-GSFC)
1.16 EUV Intensity Gradients and Polarization above the Limb as Observed by SERTS and by SOHO
R. J. Thomas (NASA - Goddard Space Flight Center)
1.17 Doppler Shifts and Nonthermal Broadening in the Quiet Solar Transition Region: O VI
H. P. Warren, J. T. Mariska (NRL), K. Wilhelm (MPAe), P. Lemaire (IAS)
1.18 Observations of Doppler Shifts and Nonthermal Broadening in the North Polar Coronal Hole and Adjacent Quiet Sun
J. T. Mariska, H. P. Warren (NRL), K. Wilhelm (MPAe), P. Lemaire (IAS)
1.19 Search for Velocity Signatures of Energy Release in Fine Scale Coronal Features
J. W. Cook, D. G. Socker, C. M. Korendyke, R. A. Howard (Naval Research Lab), M. Karovska (CfA)
1.20 Wave Propagation in the Chromosphere and Transition Region: Where Have All the Shock Waves Gone?
B. Fleck (ESA/SSD), S. Steffens, F. -L. Deubner (Univ. Würzburg), K. Wilhelm (MPAe), R. Harrison (RAL), J. Gurman (NASA/GSFC)
1.21 Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of Coronal Mass Ejection
A. Ciaravella (European Space Agency and Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory), J. C. Raymond (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), S. Fineschi (Smithsonian Astrophisical Observatory), M. Romoli (University of Florence - Italy), E. Antonucci (University of Torino - Italy)
1.22 UVCS/SOHO Synoptic Observations of the Extended Corona during the Whole Sun Month Campaign
L. Strachan, S. Fineschi, L. D. Gardner, A. V. Panasyuk, J. L. Kohl (CfA), E. Antonucci, S. Giordano (U.Turin), M. Romoli (U.Florence)
1.23 Model Computations of the Line Profiles of O VI 1032 and 1037 Åin the Fast Solar Wind and Comparison with UVCS Observations
X. Li, S. R. Habbal, R. Esser (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
1.24 The Height and Temporal Structure of X-Ray Bright Points
K. L. Harvey (SPRC), M. Penn (NSO), T. Tarbell (LPARL), J. Saba (NASA/GSFC), D. Hassler (SWRI), J. D. Moses (NRL), A. Fludra (RAL)
1.25 A Study of the Origin and Dynamics of Coronal Mass Ejections
J. T. Burkepile, A. J. Hundhausen (HAO / NCAR), F. Bagenal (U. Colorado), A. H. McAllister (Helio Research), R. M. MacQueen (Rhodes College)
1.26 Image Processing of December 23 1997 LASCO CME Observations
M. Karovska, B. E. Wood (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), G. E. Brueckner, J. W. Cook, R. A. Howard, M. D. Andrews (E O Hulburt Center for Space Research, NRL)
1.27 Continuous Observations of Solar Magnetic Fields from SOI/MDI on SOHO
J. T. Hoeksema, R. I. Bush, P. H. Scherrer (W.W. Hansen Experimental Physics Laboratory, Stanford University), C. Heck, N. Hurlburt, R. Shine, T. Tarbell, A. Title (Lockheed Martin Palo Alto Research Laboratory)
1.28 A Reconnection Model for Observed Transient Loop Brightenings
D. W. Longcope (Montana State University), G. H. Fisher (SSL, UC Berkeley), T. R. Metcalf, J. Lemen (LMPARL), D. M. Zarro, T. Kucera (NASA GSFC), N. Griffiths, O. H. W. Siegmund (SSL, UC Berkeley)
1.29 The Origin and Acceleration of the Solar Wind
G. E. Brueckner (NRL)
1.30 SOHO/EIT and SOHO/LASCO Observations of the April 1 1997 Event: Coronal Observations of a Moreton Wave
B. J. Thompson, J. S. Newmark (Applied Research Corp./NASA GSFC), J. B. Gurman (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), O. C. St. Cyr, S. Stezelberger (Computational Physics, Inc.)
1.31 Boundary Conditions of a Meridional Coronal Hole
B. N. Handy (Montana State University), J. R. Lemen (Lockheed-Martin Advanced Technology Center), D. Moses (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)
1.32 Observation and Modeling of Soft X-ray Bright Points. II. Determination of Temperature and Energy Balance
C. C. Kankelborg (Montana State U.), A. B. C. Walker II (Stanford U.), R. B. Hoover (NASA/MSFC)
1.33 A Correlation between Length of Strong-Shear Neutral Lines and Total X-ray Brightness in Active Regions
D. A. Falconer (NRC/MSFC)
1.34 Sunspot Gyroresonance Emission at 17 GHz: A Statistical Study
A. Vourlidas, D. E. Gary (Caltech), K. Shibasaki (Nobeyama Radio Observatory)
1.35 Coronal Magnetography of a Solar Active Region Using Coordinated SERTS and VLA Observations
J. W. Brosius (Hughes STX/NASA GSFC), J. M. Davila, R. J. Thomas (NASA GSFC), S. M. White (UMD)
1.36 Electron Temperatures of the Corona Above a Solar Active Region Determined from S \sc xv Spectra
A. C. Sterling (Computational Physics Inc.), H. S. Hudson (Solar Physics Research Corp.), T. Watanabe (National Astronomical Observatory, Japan)
1.37 Interacting X-ray Loops in a Coronal Mass Ejection
H. S. Hudson (SPRC)
1.38 Automated Identification of Soft X-ray Coronal Loops
D. Alexander (Lockheed-Martin Advanced Technology Center), T. R. Metcalf (Lockheed-Martin Advanced Technology Center)
1.39 Measuring Active Region Temperatures with SERTS and Yohkoh (SXT) Data
J. T. Schmelz (Univ. of Memphis), J. L. R. Saba (Lockheed-Martin), K. T. Strong (Lockheed-Martin)
1.40 X-ray photon spectroscopy with the Yohkoh Soft X-ray telescope
B. LaBonte (IfA, U. Hawaii), K. Reardon (Astron. Obs. Capodimonte)
1.41 Scale Height Temperatures and Dynamics in Post Flare and Active Region Loops
M. E. Bruner, K. T. Strong (Lockheed Martin)
1.42 Microwave Radio Emission from Coronal X-ray Jets
M. R. Kundu (Univ. of Maryland), K. Shibasaki (Nobeyama Radio Observatory), N. Nitta (Lockheed-Martin Solar and Astrophys. Lab.)
1.43 The TRACE Mission
J. Wolfson, M. Bruner, B. Jurcevich, J. Lemen, K. Schrijver, R. Shine, K. Strong, T. Tarbell, A. Title (LMATC), L. Golub, J. Bookbinder, E. Deluca (SAO), L. Acton, B. Handy, C. Kankelborg (MSU), R. Fisher (GSFC)
1.44 Toward Zeeman Magnetometry in the Corona: Line-of-Sight Effects
D. Rabin (NSO/NOAO)
1.45 Clarifying the Picture of Fe XVII Opacity in the Solar Corona
J. L. R. Saba, K. T. Strong (Lockheed-Martin), J. T. Schmelz (Univ. of Memphis)
1.46 Multi-Spectral Imaging of Coronal Activity.
F. Bagenal, T. Darnell (University of Colorado), J. Burkepile, A. Hundhausen (HAO/NCAR), D. Alexander (Lockheed)
1.47 Measurement and modelling of soft x-ray loop arcades observed by YOHKOH SXT
C. C. Balch (NOAA Space Environment Center), A. J. Hundhausen (NCAR High Altitude Observatory), F. Bagenal (University of Colorado, APAS department)
1.48 Detecting Siphon Flows in Coronal Loops
R. A. McMullen (Whitman College; CfA), E. E. DeLuca, L. Golub (CfA)
1.49 Reconstruction of the Three-Dimensional Coronal Magnetic Field
L. Jiao, A. N. McClymont (IfA, U. Hawaii), Z. Miki\'c (SAIC)
1.50 A Driven Mechanism of CMEs and Prominence Eruptions
J. Chen, J. Krall (NRL)
1.51 Coronal Structure as a Diagnostic of the Solar Dynamo
S. Sandborgh, R. C. Canfield, A. A. Pevtsov (Department of Physics, Montana State University)
1.52 Atomic Models for Non-LTE Simulations
D. T. Woods (SSL/UCB), J. I. Castor (LLNL), G. H. Fisher (SSL/UCB)
1.53 Analysis of H-alpha observations of high-altitude coronal condensations
U. A. Allen, F. Bagenal (University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado), A. Hundhausen (High Altitude Observatory, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado)
1.54 The Coronal Helium Abundance and the Solar Wind
V. H. Hansteen (University of Oslo), D. M. Hassler (Southwest Research Institute), E. Leer (University of Oslo), T. E. Holzer (HAO/NCAR), T. N. Woods (University of Colorado)
1.55 Multi-Wavelength Analysis of the March 26, 1991, Solar Flare
M. J. Hagyard, B. A. Stark, D. H. Hathaway (NASA MSFC), V. G. Kurt (Inst. Nuclear Phys., Moscow State U.), V. V. Akimov (Space Res. Instit., Moscow)
1.56 The Variation of the Differential Emission Measure versus Temperature During the Decay Phase of Solar Flares
J. McTiernan (Space Sciences Lab, U.C. Berkeley)
1.57 3-D Magnetic Field Configuration Late in a Large Two-Ribbon Flare
R. L. Moore (NASA/MSFC), B. Schmieder (Observatoire de Paris), D. H. Hathaway (NASA/MSFC), T. D. Tarbell (Lockhead)
1.58 Inversion of Thick-target Bremsstrahlung Spectra from Nonuniformly Ionized Plasmas
A. G. Emslie (Dept. of Physics, UAH), J. C. Brown, G. K. McArthur, R. K. Barrett, S. W. McIntosh (Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, University of Glasgow)
1.59 Reconstructing a Flare's Thermodynamic-Spatial Form from Scaling Laws and Soft X-ray Measurements
H. Garcia (Space Environment Center)
1.60 Accelerated Particle Composition, Energetics and Abundances from Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy of the 1991 June 4 Solar Flare
R. J. Murphy, G. H. Share (Naval Research Laboratory)
1.61 Joint Time-Frequency Analysis of Solar Flare Hard X-Ray Observations
B. R. Dennis (NASA/GSFC), M. J. Aschwanden (UMD)
1.62 Observations of Superhot Plasma in Solar Flares
N. Nitta (LMSAL), H. S. Hudson (SPRC)
1.63 Multi-wavelength Observations of Transient Microwave Brightenings in a Solar Active Region
J. Zhang, N. Gopalswamy, M. R. Kundu, E. J. Schmahl (Dept. of Astronomy, Univ. of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742), J. R. Lemen (Lockheed Martin Advanced Tecknology Center, Building 252, Dept. 91-30, 3251 Hanover ST. Palo Alto, CA 94304)
1.64 On the Origin of Energy-dependent time Delays in Hard X-ray Emission from Impulsive Solar Flares
T. N. LaRosa (Kennesaw St. Univ.), S. N. Shore (Indiana U. South Bend), C. Zollitsch (Kennesaw St. Univ.)
1.65 Transport of Low Energy Neutrons in the Solar Atmosphere
C. A. Young (UNH), J. M. Ryan (UNH)
1.66 Extended Gamma-Ray Emission of the Solar Flares in June 1991
G. Rank, J. Ryan, M. McConnell, J. Lockwood (Univ. New Hampshire), V. Schöenfelder (MPE, Garching, Germany), H. Debrunner (Univ. Berne, Switzerland)
1.67 The BATSE LAD Microflare Search and Database
M. B. Arndt (UNH), D. A. Biesecker (U Birmingham), J. M. Ryan (UNH)
1.68 A Search for Quiescent Solar Gamma-Ray Emission
J. M. Ryan, M. L. McConnell, G. Rank (UNH), V. Schönfelder (MPE), K. Bennett (SSD/ESA), A. MacKinnon (Univ. of Glasgow)
1.69 Movies of flares observed by YOHKOH/HXT
J. R. Lemen, D. Alexander, T. R. Metcalf, S. L. Freeland, N. Nitta (LMSAL)
1.70 Hard X-ray Footpoints and Soft X-ray Loops in Solar Flares
S. Masuda (STE Laboratory, Nagoya University), T. Sakao, T. Kosugi, J. Sato (National Astronomical Observatory)
1.71 Asymmetric X-Ray Line Broadening in Solar Flares
S. K. Savy (Institute of Space and Astronautical Science)
1.72 Decimetric Type III Radio Bursts with High Starting Frequencies and the Associated Solar Flare Hard X-Ray Emission
F. C. R. Fernandes, H. S. Sawant (INPE, SP, Brazil), J. L. Melendez-Moreno (USP, SP, Brazil), A. O. Benz (Institute of Astronomy, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland), M. Yoshimori (Rikkoyo Univ., Tokyo, Japan), S. R. Kane, J. M. McTiernan (U. California, Berkeley)
1.73 Observations of Flare Thermal X-rays with the NEAR PIN Detector
R. A. Schwartz (GSFC and HSTX), J. I. Trombka (GSFC), R. Starr (GSFC and CUA)

Session 2. Everything Else

Display, Friday, 7:00am-6:00pm, Ballroom C, Chair: Richard Canfield

2.01 Persistence of Large-Scale Flows Beneath Quiet Sun: Local-Area Analysis Using MDI Doppler Data
D. Haber, J. Toomre (JILA, University of Colorado), R. Bogart, J. Schou (CSSA, Stanford), I. Gonzalez (IAC), F. Hill (NSO, NOAO)
2.02 Solar Oblateness Measurements by the MDI Instrument on SOHO
R. I. Bush (Stanford University), J. R. Kuhn (NSO/ Sac Peak and Michigan State Univ.), X. Scheick (Michigan State Univ.)
2.03 Helioseismic frequency determination using homomorphic deconvolution
F. Baudin (NSO/GONG), F. Hill (NSO/GONG)
2.04 Convective Flow Patterns in Time-Distance Measurements and "Magnetic Corrections" in Vertically Stratified Atmosphere.
M. Ryutova, P. Scherrer (Stanford University)
2.05 On the Importance of Various Sources of Systematic Errors in Helioseismic Measurements
J. Schou (Stanford)
2.06 Study of the Effect of Active Regions on the Solar Irradiance During Solar Minimum
V. Domingo, L. Sanchez (ESA at NASA/GSFC), T. Appourchaux (ESA ESTEC), C. Froehlich, C. Wehrli (PMOD), T. Hoeksema (Stanford Univ.), J. Pap (UCLA)
2.07 Performance of the Michelson Doppler Imager Instrument on SOHO
P. Scherrer, R. Bogart, R. Bush, T. Duvall, J. T. Hoeksema, A. Kosovichev, J. Schou (W.W. Hansen Experimental Physics Laboratory, Stanford University), M. Morrison, T. Tarbell, A. Title (Lockheed Martin Palo Alto Research Laboratory)
2.08 The Forward Problem in Sunspot Seismology
C. S. Rosenthal (HAO/NCAR), K. A. Julien (Applied Math Dept., University of Colorado)
2.09 Searching for G-MODES at the Solar Limb
C. G. Toner, S. M. Jefferies (National Solar Observatory)
2.10 The Seismology of Sunspots: A Comparison of Time-Distance and Frequency-Wavenumber Methods
T. J. Bogdan (HAO/NCAR), D. C. Braun (SPRC and HAO/NCAR), B. W. Lites (HAO/NCAR), J. H. Thomas (U. Rochester)
2.11 The Global Oscillation Network Group (GONG)
J. Leibacher, GONG Project Team (National Solar Observatory)
2.12 Joint Instability of Differential Rotation and Toroidal Magnetic Fields below the Solar Convection Zone, II
P. A. Gilman, P. Fox (HAO/NCAR)
2.13 Joint Instability of Latitudinal Differential Rotation and Concentrated Toroidal Fields below the Solar Convection Zone
M. Dikpati, P. A. Gilman (HAO/NCAR)
2.14 Simulations of Hard X-ray Imaging Spectroscopy with the HESSI Rotating Modulation Collimators
E. J. Schmahl (UMd/Astr. Dept.), B. R. Dennis (NASA/GSFC)
2.15 Multitaper Spectral Analysis and Wavelet Denoising Applied toHelioseismic Data
R. Komm, Y. Gu (NSO), P. Stark (UC Berkeley), F. Hill (NSO)
2.16 Stereoscopic Visualization and Analysis of Solar X-Ray Images
P. C. Liewer, E. M. DeJong, Z. Gorjian, D. J. Freda, J. R. Hall, J. J. Lorre (JPL/ Caltech)
2.17 A Comparison of the MEM and Pixon Algorithms for HXT Image Reconstruction
T. R. Metcalf, D. Alexander, N. Nitta (Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory), T. Kosugi (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
2.18 Phase-Diversity Restoration of two Simultaneous 70-minute Photospheric Sequences.
M. G. Löfdahl, T. E. Berger, R. A. Shine, A. M. Title (Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center)
2.19 Measurements of Magnetic Element Dynamics in the Network
T. E. Berger, M. G. Löfdahl, R. A. Shine, A. M. Title (Lockheed-Martin, O/H1-12)
2.20 Automated He II 304A Limb Feature Detection
S. L. Freeland, G. L. Slater, J. R. Lemen (Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory)
2.21 Image Reconstruction for Stokes Polarimetry
D. L. Mickey, B. J. LaBonte (U. Hawaii)
2.22 Processing Photometric Full-Disk Solar Images
S. R. Walton, G. A. Chapman, A. M. Cookson, J. J. Dobias, D. G. Preminger (SFO/CSUN)
2.23 First Results of the Site Survey for a Large Solar Optical/Infrared Telescope
J. M. Beckers (National Solar Observatory, Sunspot/Tucson), J. Mason (National Solar Observatory, Sunspot)
2.24 ISOON: The Improved Solar Observing Optical Network
D. Neidig, M. Confer, P. Wiborg (PL/GPS), R. Dunn, K. S. Balasubramaniam (NSO), R. Frederick, R. Kutzman (HQ AFSPC), R. Soli (Sys Tech Assoc), C. Keller, C. Gullixson (NSO)
2.25 Reduction and Analysis of He I 1083 nm Spectra-Spectroheliograms
H. P. Jones (NASA/GSFC), W. F. Winters (Univ. of MO., Columbia), M. J. Penn, J. D. Schwitters (NSO)
2.26 Near Infrared Vector Magnetograph Development
C. Gullixson, K. S. Balasubramaniam (NSO/SP - USAF/PL/GPSS), S. Keil (USAF/PL/GPSS)
2.27 Design for the Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI)
S. L. Keil, R. C. Altrock, S. W. Kahler (USAF/PL/GPSS), B. V. Jackson, A. Buffington, P. L. Hick (UCSD), G. Simnett, C. Eyles (U. Birmingham), D. F. Webb (Boston C.), P. Anderson (Boston U.)
2.28 The First and Following GOES Solar X-ray Imagers (SXI)
P. L. Bornmann, V. J. Pizzo, D. Speich (NOAA/SEC), S. Cauffman (NASA/GSFC), R. Hooker (NOAA/GSFC), K. Russell, S. Wallace, J. Davis, S. Buschmann, R. Beranek (NASA/MSFC)
2.29 SONTRAC: A High Efficiency Solar Neutron Telescope
C. B. Wunderer, J. Macri, M. L. McConnell, J. M. Ryan (UNH), J. Baltgalvis, D. Holslin, A. Polichar (SAIC), T. Jenkins (CWRU)
2.30 Telescope Mirror Contamination and Airborne Dust
J. R. Varsik (National Solar Observatory), W. Siegmund (University of Washington), D. H. Berger (Colgate University)
2.31 Using the WWW to Make Yohkoh SXT Images Available to the Public: The Yohkoh Public Outreach Project
M. Larson, D. McKenzie, T. Slater, L. Acton (Montana State University), D. Alexander, S. Freeland, J. Lemen, T. Metcalf (Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab)
2.32 The Solar Flare Dynamics Imager: A Low-Cost Mission for This Solar Maximum
J. Wülser, M. E. Bruner, K. T. Strong (LMMS), R. C. Canfield (MSU), J. L. Culhane (MSSL), J. T. Mariska (NRL), R. Polidan (GSFC)
2.33 Chromospheric Heating and the Excitation of Magnetic Tube Waves Through p-Mode Buffeting
B. W. Hindman (HAO/NCAR)
2.34 Mean-Field Electrodynamics of the Solar Corona
A. A. Van Ballegooijen (Center for Astrophysics)
2.35 Simulation of Buoyant Flux Ropes in the Magnetized Solar Atmosphere
J. Krall, J. Chen, R. Santoro (Naval Research Lab., Washington, DC), D. S. Spicer, S. T. Zalesak (Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD), P. J. Cargill (Imperial College, London, United Kingdom)
2.36 Velocity and Magnetic Field Fluctuations in the Photosphere of a Sunspot
J. H. Thomas (U. Rochester), B. W. Lites, T. J. Bogdan (HAO/NCAR)
2.37 Excitation of longitudinal modes in Magnetic Flux Tubes by external p-modes
S. S. Hasan, W. Kalkofen (Center for Astrophysics, 60 Garden Street, Cambridge MA 02138)
2.38 NOAA 7926: A Kinked, Submerging Ømega-loop ?
A. A. Pevtsov, R. C. Canfield (Montana State University)
2.39 Quantifying the Complexity of Flaring Active Regions
B. Stark, M. J. Hagyard (NASA/MSFC)
2.40 Two-Dimensional Time-Dependent MHD in Partially Ionized Gas: Application to the FIP problem.
C. N. Arge (NOAA/SEC), D. J. Mullan (Bartol Research Institute)
2.41 Nonlinear Evolution of Kink Unstable Magnetic Flux Tubes
M. G. Linton (Space Sciences Laboratory, UC Berkeley), R. B. Dahlburg (Naval Research Laboratory), D. W. Longcope (Montana State University), G. H. Fisher (Space Sciences Laboratory, UC Berkeley)
2.42 The dynamic nature of the supergranular network
A. M. Title, C. J. Schrijver (SLISR), A. A. van Ballegooijen (CfA), H. J. Hagenaar (R.U.Utrecht), R. A. Shine (SLISR)
2.43 A search for interaction between magnetic fields and supergranular flows in the network based on MDI observations
C. J. Schrijver, R. A. Shine, A. M. Title (SLISR), H. J. Hagenaar (R.U. Utrecht), N. E. Hurlburt, T. D. Tarbell (SLISR), G. W. Simon (AF/PL/GPSS)
2.44 Dispersal of magnetic flux in the quiet network as observed on a day-long magnetogram sequences observed with MDI on SOHO
H. J. Hagenaar (R.U. Utrecht), C. J. Schrijver, R. A. Shine, A. M. Title (SLISR)
2.45 High Spatial Resolution Observations of a Sunspot with an ``Orphan Penumbra''
C. Denker, H. Zirin (BBSO, Caltech), H. Wang (NJIT)
2.46 3-D Simulation of Current-Carrying Magnetic Loops Emerging through the Photosphere
Y. Mok, G. Van Hoven (U.C. Irvine), Z. Miki\'c (SAIC)
2.47 Scale Dependence of Photospheric Magnetic, Velocity and Temperature Structure
J. K. Lawrence (CSUN), A. C. Cadavid (CSUN), A. A. Ruzmaikin (JPL)
2.48 High Resolution Observations of Magnetic Elements in the Visible and the Infrared
T. Rimmele, H. Lin (National Solar Observatory)
2.49 Why and Where do Filaments Form in Active Regions?
V. Gaizauskas (HIA/NRCC, Ottawa), C. Zwaan (Sterrekundig Instituut, Utrecht)
2.50 Is There a Background Polar Field?
H. Zirin (Caltech)
2.51 Magnetic Diffusion in Stratified Atmospheres
E. E. DeLuca (SAO), N. Hurlburt (Lockheed-Martin Advanced Technology Center)
2.52 Magnetoconvection and Sunspot Dynamics
N. Hurlburt (LM ATC), A. Rucklidge (Cambridge U.)
2.53 A Search for large-scale Symmetries in the Emergence of active Regions
P. Charbonneau, T. J. Bogdan (High Altitude Observatory, NCAR)
2.54 Developing New Mount Wilson Magnetic Indices to Model Solar UV Variations
D. G. Parker, J. M. Pap, R. K. Ulrich (UCLA), L. E. Floyd (Interferometrics,Inc.), D. K. Prinz (NRL)
2.55 The Skew of Polar Crown X-ray Arcades
A. H. McAllister (Helio Reasearch/HAO), D. MacKay (U. St. Andrews), A. J. Hundhausen (HAO), E. Priest (U. St. Andrews)
2.56 Statistics of Separators in a Model Bipolar Active Region Field
B. Welsch, D. W. Longcope (Montana State University)
2.57 The Nature of Supergranulation from SOI-MDI Dopplergrams
M. L. DeRosa, J. Toomre (JILA, University of Colorado)
2.58 Photospheric Differential Rotation from Full-Disk SOI/MDI Dopplergrams
R. S. Bogart, T. Bai, P. H. Scherrer (Stanford University), L. H. Strous (NSO / SP), G. W. Simon (AF / PL / GPSS), T. D. Tarbell (Lockheed-Martin)
2.59 Comparison of supergranular flows from doppler and local correlation tracking velocities
Z. Frank, N. Hurlburt, R. Shine, T. Tarbell (LMATC), G. Simon (AF/PL/GPSS), L. Strous, S. Matt (NSO/SP)
2.60 On the Dynamics of Magnetic Flux Concentrations in Quiet Photospheric Network.
J. I. Sakai (Toyama University), M. Ryutova (Stanford University), K. Schrijver, R. Shine, T. Tarbell, T. Berger, A. Title (LMPARL), H. Hagenaar (University of Utrecht, The Netherlands)
2.61 Decorrelation Time of Fourier modes in the Spectrum of Solar Background Velocity Fields
A. C. Cadavid, J. K. Lawrence, A. A. Ruzmaikin (CSUN)
2.62 Comparison of Granulation Correlation Tracking (CT) and Feature Tracking (FT) Results from SOHO/MDI and the Swedish Vacuum Solar Telescope on La Palma
R. Shine (LMATC), L. Strous (NSO/SP), G. Simon (AF/PL/GPSS), T. Berger, N. Hurlburt, T. Tarbell, A. Title (LMATC), G. Scharmer (SSO)
2.63 Solar Irradiance Variations due to the Quiet Sun Network
K. P. Topka (SPRC), T. D. Tarbell, A. M. Title (LMATC)
2.64 Preliminary SoHO/MDI Observations of Supergranular Evolution
G. W. Simon (AF/PL/GPSS), L. H. Strous, S. Matt (NSO/SP), A. M. Title, C. J. Schrijver (SLISR)
2.65 Horizontal Velocity Structure of Supergranules near Disk Center from High-Resolution SoHO/MDI Observations
L. H. Strous (NSO/SP), G. W. Simon (AF/PL/GPSS), R. A. Shine, N. Hurlburt (LMATC)
2.66 January 5-12, 1997 Heliospheric Substorm: Morphology and Interpretation
K. Ivanov, E. Romashets (IZMIRAN, Troitsk, Moscow Region, 142092 Russia)
2.67 A Comparison of Characteristic Shock Speeds and Interplanetary Energetic Particle Fluxes
S. W. Kahler (Phillips Laboratory/GPSS), D. V. Reames (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)
2.68 Magnetic Compression in Current Sheets for Generating the Coronal Temperature Structure and Wind Acceleration
L. J. November (Southwest Research Institute)
2.69 Topology of a magnetic cloud in the context of the topology surrounding its solar source
N. U. Crooker (Boston University), A. H. McAllister (Helio Research), R. J. Fitzenreiter, K. W. Ogilvie, A. Szabo, R. P. Lepping (Goddard Space Flight Center), J. T. Steinberg, A. J. Lazarus (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
2.70 Three-dimensional simulation of corotating and transient solar wind flows
V. Pizzo (SEC/NOAA, Boulder, CO), D. Odstrcil (Astronomical Institute, Ondrejov, CZ)
2.71 Interaction of fast and slow solar wind streams and origin of the Kelvin-Helmholtz instability
D. Odstrcil (Astronomical Institute, Ondrejov, CZ), V. Pizzo (SEC/NOAA, Boulder, CO)
2.72 The National Solar Observatory Digital Library
F. Hill, D. Branston, W. Erdwurm (NSO/NOAO)
2.73 Properties of Active and Quiescent Prominences from Mid-Infrared Line Analysis
E. S. Chang (U. Massachusetts), D. Deming (GSFC)
2.74 Conversion of YOHKOH X-ray Observations to Spectral Radiance
L. Acton, D. Weston (MSU), M. Bruner (LMSAL)
2.75 SUSIM Measurements of UV Variations During the Decline of Solar Cycle 22
L. E. Floyd, P. C. Crane, L. C. Herring (Interferometrics, Inc.), D. K. Prinz, G. E. Brueckner (Naval Research Laboratory)

Session 3. SOHO Corona I

Oral, Friday, 9:15-10:45am, Ballroom A, Chair: Craig DeForest

3.01 Using LASCO Observations to Infer Solar Wind Flow Near the Sun
N. R. Sheeley Jr, G. E. Brueckner, K. P. Dere, R. A. Howard, C. M. Korendyke, D. J. Michels, D. G. Socker (Naval Research Laboratory), M. J. Koomen (SFA Inc), S. E. Paswaters, D. Wang (Interferometrics Inc.), P. L. Lamy, A. Llebaria (Laboratorie d'Astronomie Spatiale, Marseille, France), R. Schwenn (Max-Planck Institute fur Aeronomie, Lindau, Germany), O. C. S. Cyr (Computational Physics, Inc.), G. M. Simnett, S. Plunkett, D. A. Biesecker (Department of Space Research, Birmingham, U.K.)
3.02 Observations of the January 6, 1997 CME/Magnetic Cloud Event
B. J. Thompson (Applied Research Corp./NASA GSFC)
3.03 Empirical Models of the Extended Solar Corona
J. L. Kohl (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), G. Noci (University of Florence), E. Antonucci (Astronomical Observatory of Turin), A. Ciaravella (European Space Agency), S. Cranmer, D. Dobrzycka, S. Fineschi, L. D. Gardner (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), M. C. E. Huber (European Space Agency), A. Panasyuk, J. C. Raymond, L. Strachan (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)

Session 4. SOHO Corona II

Oral, Friday, 11:15am-12:30pm, Ballroom A, Chair: Therese Kucera

4.01 Results from the "Whole Sun Month" campaign
S. Gibson (NASA GSFC), D. Biesecker (Univ. of Birmingham)
4.02 Thermal Coupling of Protons and Neutral Hydrogen in the Fast Solar Wind
L. Allen, S. R. Habbal (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
4.03 An Observational Test of Transition Region Lines as a Pressure Gauge
G. H. Fisher (UC Berkeley), N. W. Griffiths (UC Berkeley), O. H. W. Siegmund (UC Berkeley)
4.04 The Electron Density, Temperature, and Si/Ne Abundance Ratio in Polar Coronal Holes from SUMER
G. A. Doschek (NRL), J. M. Laming (Sachs Freeman Associates), H. P. Warren (NRL), P. Lemaire (Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale), K. Wilhelm (Max-Planck-Institut for Aeronomie)

Session 5. SOHO Corona III

Oral, Friday, 2:00-3:30pm, Ballroom A, Chair: John Mariska

5.01 Tracking a CME from Cradle to Grave: A Multi-wavelength Analysis of the February 6-7, 1997 Event
N. Gopalswamy, M. R. Kundu (Univ of MD), Y. Hanaoka, T. Kosugi (Nobeyama, Japan), H. Hudson, N. Nitta (ISAS, Japan), B. Thompson, J. Gurman, S. Plunkett, R. Howard (SOHO), J. Burkepile (HAO/NCAR)
5.02 EIT and LASCO observations of the initiation of a coronal mass ejection
K. Dere, G. E. Brueckner (NRL), J. -P. Delaboudiniere (IAS)
5.03 Coordinated SOHO, Yohkoh, and Magnetogram Observations Of Transient Loop Brightenings
D. M. Zarro (NASA/GSFC), T. R. Metcalf (Lockheed Martin), G. H. Fisher, O. Siegmund (Univ. California Berkeley, Space Sciences), D. W. Longcope (Montana State, Physics Dept.), T. Kucera (NASA/GSFC), N. W. Griffiths (Univ. California Berkeley, Space Sciences)
5.04 A Self-Consistent Model for the Resonant Heating of Coronal Loops: the Effects of Coupling with the Chromosphere
J. A. Klimchuk (NRL), L. Ofman, J. M. Davila (NASA/GSFC)
5.05 Evidence in Support of the ``Nanoflare Picture'' of Coronal Heating from SUMER Data
P. Judge (HAO, NCAR), O. Wikstol, V. Hansteen (Oslo University)
5.06 Coronal Heating and the Photospheric Magnetic Field
C. E. Parnell, P. A. Sturrock (Stanford University)

Session 6. Corona I

Oral, Friday, 4:00-5:00pm, Ballroom A, Chair: David Alexander

6.01 Mapping the Magnetic Structure of the Corona During the Ulysses Fast-Latitude Scan
J. A. Linker, Z. Miki\'c (SAIC)
6.02 Numerical Simulation of Emerging Magnetic Flux Using High Order Godunov Transport on a Dynamically Adapting Mesh
M. Rilee (NRC/NASA/GSFC), D. Spicer (NASA/GSFC), R. Sudan (Cornell Univ.), S. Zalesak (NASA/GSFC)
6.03 Radio Observations of the Emergence of a Solar Active Region
S. M. White (Univ. of Maryland), J. Lee (Univ. of Maryland), M. R. Kundu (Univ. of Maryland)
6.04 MHD Modeling of the Transition Region Using Realistic Transport Coefficients
M. L. Goodman (Computer Sciences Corporation, and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)