Session List


Session 1. Chromosphere, Corona, Flares
Displays continue, Monday, 8:00am-6:00pm, Ballroom B (Chair: Charles Kankelborg)

Session 2. Everything Else
Displays continue, Monday, 8:00am-6:00pm, Ballroom C (Chair: Richard Canfield)

Session 7. Corona II

Oral, Saturday, 9:00-10:30am, Ballroom A, Chair: Fran Bagenal

7.01 How is the Solar Corona Heated ?
E. R. Priest (St Andrews University)
7.02 Turbulent Heating of Coronal Loops and Distribution of Nanoflares
D. Gomez, P. Dmitruk (Department of Physics, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)
7.03 Alfven Wave Transmission and Coronal Loop Heating
C. Litwin (U. Wisconsin and U. Chicago), R. Rosner (U. Chicago)
7.04D Search for Periodicity in Image Sequences from Yohkoh Soft X-Ray Telescope
D. E. McKenzie (Montana State University)
7.05 The High-Latitude Variation of Solar Coronal Temperature in Cycle 22
R. C. Altrock (Geophysics Dir., Air Force Research Lab., NSO/SP, Sunspot, NM 88349)

Session 8. Corona III

Oral, Saturday, 11:00am-12:30pm, Ballroom A, Chair: Barry LaBonte

8.01 Nobeyama/SOHO/BBSO Comparison of Solar Polar Coronal Holes
D. E. Gary (Caltech), S. Enome, K. Shibasaki (NRO/NAO, Japan), J. B. Gurman (NASA/GSFC), R. A. Shine (LPARL)
8.02 New Insights into the Physical Mechanisms of Polar Plumes with Observations from the SUMER Instrument on SOHO
D. M. Hassler (Southwest Research Institute), K. Wilhelm (MPI fur Aeronomie), P. Lemaire (Inst. d'Astrophysique Spatiale), U. Schuehle (MPI fur Aeronomie)
8.03 Time Variability of Polar Plumes as observed with SoHO/EIT and SoHO/MDI
C. E. DeForest (Stanford University), J. B. Gurman (NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center), J. D. Moses (Naval Research Lab)
8.04 Role of the Streamer Cavity in CME Energetics
R. Wolfson, S. Saran (Middlebury College)
8.05 Source Regions of the Slow Solar Wind
R. Woo, J. M. Martin (JPL/Caltech)
8.06 The Solar Source of the October 18-20, 1995 Magnetic Cloud inferred from WIND Electron Observations at 1 AU
D. E. Larson, R. P. Lin, J. McTiernan, J. P. McFadden, R. E. Ergun (SSL/UCB), M. McCarthy (Geophysics, U. Washington), H. Reme (CESR, Toulouse, France), T. R. Sanderson (ESA/Estec, Noordwijk, Netherlands), M. Kaiser, R. P. Lepping (NASA/GSFC)

Session 9. SOHO Helioseismology I, Interior

Oral, Saturday, 2:00-3:30pm, Ballroom A, Chair: Philip Scherrer

9.01 The Effects of Systematic Errors in the Estimation of p-Mode Frequencies on the Inversion of Solar Internal Structure
E. J. Rhodes Jr. (Univ.Southern Calif. and J.P.L.), T. Appourchaux (ESTEC,E.S.A.), K. Bachmann (Birmingham-Southern Coll.), A. G. Kosovichev, P. H. Scherrer, J. Schou (Stanford Univ.), J. Reiter (Technical Univ.-Meunchen)
9.02 Spherical and Aspherical Structure of the Sun
A. G. Kosovichev (Stanford University), SOI Structure Inversion Team
9.03 Solar Internal Rotation From SOHO and Ground Based Helioseismology Experiments
J. Schou (Stanford)
9.04 Analysis of Velocity and Intensity Helioseismic Spectra from SOHO/MDI
R. Nigam, A. G. Kosovichev, P. H. Scherrer, J. Schou (Stanford)
9.05 Linearly Unstable Modes of Convection in an Anelastic Model of an Ionization Zone
S. R. Lantz (Cornell Theory Center, Cornell Univ.)

Session 10. SOHO Helioseismology II, Interior

Oral, Saturday, 4:00-5:00pm, Ballroom A, Chair: Thomas Bogdan

10.01 Progress in Local Helioseismology
T. L. Duvall Jr. (NASA/GSFC)
10.02 Solar Meridional Circulation and Rotation Determined by Time-Distance Helioseismology using MDI Data From SOHO
P. M. Giles (CSSA, Stanford), T. L. Duvall Jr. (NASA/GSFC), A. G. Kosovichev (HEPL, Stanford), P. H. Scherrer (CSSA, Stanford)
10.03 Sensitivity of Time-Distance Helioseismology to Unwanted Instrumental and Solar Effects
J. Harvey, S. Jefferies (NSO/NOAO), T. L. Duvall Jr. (NASA/GSFC)

Session 11. Sun-Earth Connections Roadmap

Oral, Saturday, 8:00-10:00pm, Ballroom A, Chair: Loren Acton

11.01 Overview of the Sun-Earth Connections Program
G. Withbroe (NASA Headquarters)
11.02 The Solar-B Mission
S. K. Antiochos (NRL)
11.03 The Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO)
D. M. Rust (JHU/APL)
11.04 The Solar Probe Mission
S. R. Habbal (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)