AAS 200th meeting, Albuquerque, NM, June 2002
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Session 88. Atmospheric Heating and Dynamics II

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

88.01 Science Objectives of the Reconnection and Micrcoscale (RAM) Solar-Terrestrial Probe
E.E. DeLuca, J. Bookbinder, L. Golub (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
88.02 Reconnection of Twisted Magnetic Flux Tubes
M. G. Linton, R. B. Dahlburg, S. K. Antiochos (Naval Research Lab)
88.03 Torsional Tube Waves in the Solar Atmosphere
M. Noble, Z.E. Musielak (Uni. Texas at Arlington)
88.04 Further Analysis of Short-Period Waves for Coronal Heating from the 1999 Eclipse
D. B. Seaton (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), J. M. Pasachoff, B. A. Babcock, K. D. Russell (Hopkins Observatory, Williams College)
88.05 Detection of Ion Cyclotron Waves in a Coronal Hole
T.G. Moran (CUA)
88.06 The 6 mHz Oscillations above Sunspots
P. Brekke (European Space Agency), N. Brynildsen, P. Maltby, T. Fredvik, O. Kjeldseth-Moe (Inst. Theor. Astrophysics, Univ. Oslo)
88.07 Active Region Moss as a Diagnostic for the Thermal Evolution of Chromospheric Spicule-Like Jets, and for Coronal Heating.
B. De Pontieu, T. Tarbell (Lockheed Martin Solar & Astrophysics Lab)
88.08 Coronal Heating and the Increase of Coronal Luminosity with Magnetic Flux
R. L. Moore (NASA/MSFC/NSSTC), D. A. Falconer (UAH/MSFC/NSSTC), J. G. Porter, D. H. Hathaway (NASA/MSFC/NSSTC)
88.09 Long-Term Variation of Solar Coronal Fe XIV and Fe X Fluxes
R. C. Altrock (Air Force Research Laboratory, Space Vehicles Directorate, National Solar Observatory at Sacramento Peak )

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