AAS Meeting #194 - Chicago, Illinois, May/June 1999
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Session 23. Microflares and Coronal Heating

Oral, Monday, May 31, 1999, 10:00-11:30am, Continental Ballroom C

23.01 Large-Scale Coronal Heating from the Solar Magnetic Network
D.A. Falconer (UAH/MSFC), R.L. Moore, J.G. Porter, D.H. Hathaway (NASA/MSFC)
23.02 Microflaring in Low-lying Core Fields and Extended Coronal Heating in the Quiet Sun
J.G. Porter (NASA/MSFC), D.A. Falconer (UAH/MSFC), R.L. Moore (NASA/MSFC)
23.03 On Heating Large Bright Coronal Loops by Magnetic Microexplosions at their Feet: Feasibility of Empirical Energy Requirements
R.L. Moore (NASA/MSFC), D.A. Falconer (UAH/MSFC), J.G. Porter (NASA/MSFC)
23.04 Magnetic Field Scaling Laws and Their Implications for Coronal Heating
J.A. Klimchuk (NRL), P. Demoulin (Obs Paris, Meudon, France), C.H. Mandrini (IAFE, Argentina)
23.05D Energetics of Transition Region Dynamics Observed by SUMER on SOHO
A. R. Winebarger (Univ. of AL in Huntsville)
23.06D Dynamical Characteristics of H\alpha Fine Features on the Quiet Sun
C.-Y. Lee, H. Wang, J. Chae (Big Bear Solar Observatory)
23.07 On the Mechanism of Chromospheric Network Heating, and the Condition for its Onset in the Sun and Other Solar Type Stars
M.L. Goodman (Catholic University and NASA/Goddard)

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