34th Solar Physics Division Meeting, June 2003
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Session 4 Corona II

Poster, Monday, June 16, 2003, 3:30-5:00pm, Mezzanine

4.01 Sunspot Oscillations and Acoustic Wave Propagation
P. Brekke (European Space Agency), N. Brynildsen, P. Maltby, T. Fredvik, O. Kjeldseth-Moe (Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics)
4.02 Coronal Loops as Van der Pol Oscillators: Theory and Observations
M. P. Ryutova (LLNL/IGPP)
4.03 Parametric Dependence of Coronal Heating Mechanisms and Active-Region Emissions
Y. Mok (U.C. Irvine), R. Lionello, Z. Mikic, J. Linker (SAIC, San Diego)
4.04 A Temperature and Density Model of the Solar Corona
L. L. Lundquist (UC Berkeley), S. Regnier (Montana State University), W. P. Abbett, G. H. Fisher (UC Berkeley)
4.05 Exploration of Stability Regime for Coronal Loops with Asymmetric Footpoint Heating
J.F. Boyd, M.A. Weber, E.E. DeLuca, A.A. Van Ballegooijen (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
4.06 Hydrodynamic Simulations of Longitudinal Intensity Oscillations Observed in Coronal Loops by TRACE
S.E. Tanner, J.A. Klimchuk (Naval Research Lab), A.W. Hood, I. De Moortel (Univ. of St. Andrews)
4.07 MHD Simulations Spanning the Convection Zone, Chromosphere, and Corona
M.L. DeRosa, N.E. Hurlburt (Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab)
4.08 Electron Temperature and Speed Measurements in the Lower Solar Corona: Results from the June 2001 Eclipse
N.L. Reginald (CUA/GSFC), O.C. St.Cyr, J.M. Davila (NASA/GSFC), J.W. Brosius (CUA/GSFC)
4.09 The 2001 June 21 Eclipse Polarimetric Observations of the Fe XIII 1074.7 nm Emission Line
S. R. Habbal (UWA and CfA), M. B. Arndt (Bridgewater State College), M. H. Nayfeh (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign), J. Arnaud (Observatoire Midi Pyrenees), J. Johnson (Electricon), S. Hegwer (National Solar Observatory), A. Ene (Stanford University)
4.10 Multi-Wavelength Synoptic Study of Coronal Holes and Magnetic Fields
4.11 Observation of Two Forms of Macrospicules in Coronal Holes: Spikes and Loops
Y. Yamauchi (NASA/MSFC/NRC), R.L. Moore, S.T. Suess (NASA/MSFC), H. Wang (NJIT/BBSO), T. Sakurai (NAOJ)
4.12 DEM measurements of moving UV features in prominences
T.A. Kucera (NASA/GSFC), E. Landi (Artep, Inc., NRL)
4.13 A Model for Prominence Formation
B. T. Welsch (SSL, UC-Berkeley, and NRL-DC), C. R. DeVore (Laboratory for Computational Physics & Fluid Dynamics, NRL-DC), S. K. Antiochos, M.G. Linton (Solar Terrestrial Relationships Branch, Space Sciences Division, NRL-DC)
4.14 Effects of nonuniform flux tube area on prominence formation through thermal nonequilibrium
J. T. Karpen (NRL), S. E. M. Tanner (ICSI, George Mason Univ.), S. K. Antiochos (NRL)
4.15 Evidence for Flux Ropes in the Solar Corona
D. M. Rust (JHU/APL)
4.16 The Emergence of a Twisted Magnetic Flux Tube into a Pre-existing Coronal Arcade
Y. Fan, S. E. Gibson (HAO, National Center for Atmospheric Research)
4.17 Numerical simulation of a quadrupolar magnetic field in the corona
T. Magara, D. W. Longcope (Montana State University)
4.18 The role of magnetic separators in solar flare particle acceleration
D. Alexander, T. R. Metcalf (LMSAL)
4.19 A New Way to Identify Coronal Holes.
O. Malanushenko (NSO), H.P. Jones (NASA's GSFC)

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