34th Solar Physics Division Meeting, June 2003
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Session 16 Flares and Microflares II

Poster, Wednesday, June 18, 2003, 3:30-5:00pm, Mezzanine

16.01 Nanoflare Frequency Distribution Scaling from Wave Heating: Results of Nonlinear Loop Modeling
J.M. Davila (NASA GSFC), L. Ofman (CUA), J.M. Davila (NASA GSFC), L Ofman (CUA)
16.02 COMPTEL Gamma-Ray Observations of the C4 Solar Flare on 20 January 2000
C. A. Young (L-3 Comm. EER Systems, Inc.), COMPTEL Collaboration
16.03 RHESSI and Microwave Imaging Observations of Two Microflares
V.I. Garaimov, M.R Kundu (U. Maryland), P.C. Grigis (Institute of Astronomy, ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
16.04 H\alpha, EUV, and Microwave Observations of a Large Flare as Evidence for Spontaneous Magnetic Reconnection
J. Lee (NJIT), P. T. Gallagher (NASA/GSFC), D. E. Gary, G. M. Nita (NJIT), G. S. Choe (PPPL)
16.05 Stochastic Acceleration of Ions and Electrons by Parallel Propagating Turbulent Plasma Waves
S. Liu (CSSA, Dept. of Physics, Stanford Univ.), V. Petrosian (Also Dept. of Applied Physics, Stanford Univ.)
16.06 The nature of impulsive solar energetic particle events
N. V. Nitta (LMSAL), H. S. Hudson (UCB), M. L. DeRosa (LMSAL)
16.07 Statistical Properties of Solar Impulsive Electron Events
P. Oakley, S. Krucker, R. P. Lin (Space Sciences Lab, University of California, Berkeley)
16.08 Flux Rope Acceleration and Enhanced Magnetic Reconnection Rate
C. Z. Cheng, G. S. Choe, Y. Ren (Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory), Y.-J. Moon (BBSO/NJIT and Korea Astronomy Observatory, Korea)
16.09 Parametric Transformation Analysis of Observed Coronal Magnetic Structures
16.10 Energy Build-up Process in Homologous Flares Observed in NOAA10314.
S. Morita (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
16.11 Pre-flare Activity, Canceling Magnetic Features, and Filament Initiation associated with an X-class Flare
Y.-J. Moon (BBSO/NJIT, KAO), J. Chae (Chungnam Univ.), G. S. Choe (PPPL), H. Wang (BBSO/NJIT), Y. D. Park (KAO)
16.12 Chromospheric Dynamics: An Examination of Spatio-temporal Phenomena in~\boldmathH\alpha -Data
P. W. Schuck (Leading Edge Technologies Corp.), J. Chen, I.. Schwartz (Naval Research Laboratory), V. Yurchyshyn (Big Bear Solar Observatory)
16.13 Observations of a Two Ribbon White Light Flare
J. Li, D. Mickey (University of Hawaii), B. LaBonte (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory)
16.14 Time Profiles of Magnetic Reconnection Measured from Flare Ribbons
T. Tarbell (LMSAL), T. Gaeng (L-3 Com EER Systems at GSFC), J. Saba (LMSAL at GSFC)
16.15 Photospheric Magnetic Field Properties of Flaring vs. Flare-Quiet Active Regions I: Data, General Approach, and Statistical Results
K. D. Leka, G. Barnes (CoRA Div., NWRA)
16.16 Photospheric Magnetic Field Properties of Flaring vs. Flare-Quiet Active Regions II: A Magnetic Charge Topology Model and Statistical Results
G. Barnes, K. D. Leka (CoRA Div., NWRA), D. W. Longcope (Department of Physics, Montana State U.)
16.17 Comparison of Blinkers and Explosive Events
D. Bewsher (ESA Space Science Department, NASA/GSFC), D. Innes (MPI fur Aeronomie, Germany), C.E. Parnell (Mathematical Institute, U. St Andrews, Scotland)
16.18 Coronal `Tadpoles' Observed by TRACE
D.B. Seaton, E.E. Deluca (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), F.C. Cooper, V.M. Nakariakov (Warwick University)
16.19 Rapid Penumbral Decay in Active Region NOAA~9026 Associated with Two X-Class Flares
N. Deng, C. Liu, G. Yang, H. Wang, C. Denker (NJIT/CFSR/BBSO)
16.20 VLA-RHESSI-TRACE Observations of Flare Buildup and Impulsive Energy Release in Active Regions
R.F. Willson (Dept.. Physics, Tufts University), G. Holman (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
16.21 Chromospheric Evaporation and Warm Rain During a Solar Flare Observed with SOHO's CDS
J.W. Brosius (Catholic U.)
16.22 Solar Flare Abundances of Potassium, Argon, and Sulphur
K.J.H. Phillips (NRC Senior Research Associate, Goddard Space Flight Center), J. Sylwester, B. Sylwester (Space Research Center, Polish Academy of Sciences), E. Landi (Artep, Inc., Ellicott City, MD and US Naval Research Laboratory)
16.23 The Solar Magnetic Field and Corona During Geomagnetic Superstorms
J.G. Luhmann, Yan Li (SSL, University of California, Berkeley), C.N. Arge (CIRES, U. of Colorado and NOAA-SEC), J. Boyden, R. Ulrich (Department of Physics and Astronomy, UCLA)

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