34th Solar Physics Division Meeting, June 2003
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Session 10 Transequatorial and other Coronal Structures

Oral, Tuesday, June 17, 2003, 9:00am-12:00noon, Auditorium

10.01 Transequatorial Loops: General Statistics
A. A. Pevtsov (National Solar Observatory)
10.02 The Role of Magnetic Reconnection in the Formation of Transequatorial Loops
P.C.H. Martens (Physics Department, Montana State University)
10.03 Transequatorial Loops and the Solar Magnetic Cycle
J.G. Luhmann, Yan Li (Space Sciences Laboratory, UC Berkeley), C.N. Arge (CIRES, U. of Colorado and NOAA-SEC), R. Ulrich (Department of Physics and Astronomy, UCLA)
10.04 Observations of CMEs associated with trans-equatorial loop systems
J.I. Khan (U. Turku, Finland), H.S. Hudson (UCB)
10.05 The Coronal Loop Controversy
J.T. Schmelz (University of Memphis)
10.06 Are All Coronal Loops Heated by Nanoflares?
J.A. Klimchuk, S. Patsourakos, A.R. Winebarger (Naval Research Lab)
10.07 Evolving Active Region Loops Observed With TRACE
H.P. Warren, A.R. Winebarger, J.T. Mariska (NRL)
10.08 Observing the Dynamic Corona: Diagnostics to Determine Coronal Heating
A.R. Winebarger (NRL/CPI), H.P Warren, J.T. Mariska (NRL)
10.09 Can Steady-state Mass Flows Explain the Non-hydrostatic Cool EUV Coronal Loops in Active Regions?
S. Patsourakos, J. A. Klimchuk (NRL)
10.10 Coronal Heating and the Magnetic Flux Content of the Network
R. L. Moore (NASA/MSFC/NSSTC), D. A. Falconer (UAH/NSSTC), J. G. Porter, D. H. Hathaway (NASA/MSFC/NSSTC)

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