AAS 204th Meeting, June, 2004
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Session 2. When the Sun Went Wild

SPD Topical Related Poster, Monday, May 31, 2004, 9:20am-6:30pm, Ballroom

Associated with Session 47.
2.01 RHESSI Spectroscopy of Nuclear De-excitation Lines in X-class Flares
D. M. Smith (U. C. Santa Cruz), A. Y. Shih (U. C. Berkeley), R. J. Murphy, G. H. Share (Naval Research Laboratory), R. A. Schwartz (NASA/Goddard), R. P. Lin (U. C. Berkeley)
2.02 RHESSI Gamma-ray Imaging of the Flares of October/November 2003
G. J. Hurford, S. Krucker (Space Sciences Lab, Univerity of California, Berkeley), R. P. Lin (Space Sciences Lab and Physics Dept., Univerity of California, Berkeley), R. A. Schwartz (Science Systems and Applications, NASA/GSFC), G. H. Share (Naval Research Lab), D. M. Smith (Physics Dept. and Santa Cruz Institute for Particle Physics, Univerity of California, Santa Cruz)
2.03 Non-Relativistic Electron Beam Stability in Solar Flares
A.G. Daou, D. Alexander (Rice University), T.R. Metcalf (Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab)
2.04 Nonlinear Force Free Field Models of AR 0486
J.M. McTiernan, H.S. Hudson (Space Sciences Lab, UC Berkeley), T.R. Metcalf (Lockheed-Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab)
2.05 The Magnetic Field Evolution of AR 10486 and AR 10488 Before and After the X17 Flare on Oct. 28, 2003
S. Regnier, B. Fleck (ESA/ESTEC)
2.06 Scatter-free Impulsive Electron Event from the October 28, 2003 X17 Flare
S. Krucker, R. P. Lin (Space Sciences Lab, University of California, Berkeley)
2.07 RHESSI Studies of Solar Flare Hard X-Ray Polarization
M. L. McConnell, J M. Ryan (UNH), D. M. Smith (UCSC), A. G. Emslie (UAH), M. Fivian, G. J. Hurford, R. P. Lin (UCB)
2.08 The Magnetic Free Energy in AR0486
T. R. Metcalf (LMSAL), K. D. Leka (Colorado Research Associates), D. L. Mickey (University of Hawaii)
2.09 Arcade and Supra-Arcade Structures During the Record X28 Solar Flare of 2003 November 04
S.M.H. Hill (NOAA Space Environment Center)
2.10 High-Spatial Resolution Observations of Flow Fields in Solar Active Region NOAA 10486
G. Yang, Y. Xu, W. Cao, H. Wang, C. Denker (New Jersey Institute of Technology), T.R. Rimmele (National Solar Observatory)
2.11 Subphotospheric Flows Around Active Region NOAA 10486
D. A. Haber, B. W. Hindman, J. Toomre (JILA / Univ. of Colorado), R. S. Bogart (CSSA-HEPL / Stanford University), M. J. Thompson (Imperial College, London), LoHCo Team
2.12 Two White Light Flares in AR10486 observed by the GONG instruments
R. Howe, I. Gonzalez-Hernandez, J. W. Harvey, F. Hill (NSO Tucson)
2.13 Remarkable Low Temperature Emission of the 4 November 2003 Limb Flare
J.W. Leibacher, J.W. Harvey (National Solar Observatory), G. Kopp (University of Colorado / LASP), H. Hudson (University of California-Berkeley / SSL), GONG Team
2.14 The Spots of October 2003: The Largest Irradiance Dip of Cycle 23
G.A. Chapman, A.M. Cookson, D.P. Preminger, S.R. Walton (San Fernando Observatory/CSUN)
2.15 Total Solar Irradiance Observations of the Oct./Nov. 2003 Solar Flares
G. Kopp, G.M. Lawrence, G. Rottman, T. Woods (CU LASP)
2.16 Solar Flares in the UV from SORCE SOLSTICE
M. Snow, W. E. McClintock, G. Rottman, T.N. Woods (LASP/CU)
2.17 Coronal ejecta in October - November of 2003 and predictions of the associated geomagnetic events
V. Yurchyshyn (Big Bear Solar Observatory)
2.18 Review of Solar-Geophysical Data for the October-November 2003 Events
H. Coffey, E. Erwin (NOAA NGDC)
2.19 Overview of Space Weather, Space Weather Forecasts, and System Impacts During the High Activity from 19 October through 7 November 2003
C.C. Balch, M.D. Crown, R. Viereck (NOAA Space Environment Center)
2.20 Ground Level Detection of SEPs and Forbush Decreases in October and November 2003
J.M. Ryan (UNH), Milagro Collaboration
2.21 Periodogram Analysis of Sunspot Numbers and Areas
M. L. Rogers, M. T. Richards (Penn State University)

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