AAS 204th Meeting, June, 2004
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Session 37. Solar Magnetic Fields and the Photosphere

SPD Poster, Tuesday, June 1, 2004, 10:00am-7:00pm, Ballroom

37.01 Early Results from SOLIS
J. Harvey, M. Giampapa, C. Henney, C. Keller (NSO), H. Jones (NASA's GSFC)
37.02 SOLIS-VSM Longitudinal Magnetogram Calibration
C.J. Henney, J.W. Harvey, C.U. Keller (NSO), H.P. Jones (NASA's GSFC)
37.03 Measurement Scale of the SOLIS Vector Spectromagnetograph
H.P. Jones (NASA's GSFC), J.W. Harvey, C.J. Henneyt, C.U. Keller, O.M. Malanushenko (NSO)
37.04 Inferring a Photospheric Velocity Field from a Sequence of Vector Magnetograms: The Minimum Energy Fit
D. Longcope (Montana State University), K.D. Leka (Northwest Research Associates)
37.05 IR Vector Magnetic Fields II: Atomic and Molecular Line Polarization in a Sunspot
M.J. Penn, S.A. Jaeggli, C.J. Henney (National Solar Observatory), S.R. Walton, J.A. Ceja (California State University Northridge)
37.06I IR Vector Magnetic Fields I: Instrumental Polarization Correction
S. A. Jaeggli (University of Arizona), M. J. Penn (National Solar Observatory)
37.07 Two-dimensional Empirical Orthogonal Functions of the Photospheric Magnetic Cycle
A.C. Cadavid, J.K. Lawrence (California State University, Northridge), A. Ruzmaikin (Jet Propulsion Laboratoy)
37.08 Principal Component Analysis of the Latitudinal and Longitudinal Structure of the Photospheric Magnetic Cycle
J.K. Lawrence, A.C. Cadavid (CSUN), A. Ruzmaikin (JPL/Caltech)
37.09 IBIS: Instrument Description and First Results
F. Cavallini (INAF/Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri), IBIS Team
37.10 Magnetic Element Tracking and Clustering Analysis
D.A. Lamb (Univ. of Colorado / SwRI), C.E. DeForest (Southwest Research Institute)
37.11 Characterizing Solar Surface Turbulence
P. Schuck, J. Chen, I. Schwartz (United States Naval Research Laboratory), V. Yurchyshyn (Big Bear Solar Observatory)
37.12 Supergranule Diffusion and Active Region Decay
D.H. Hathaway (NASA/MSFC/NSSTC), D.P. Choudhary (NRC/MSFC/NSSTC)
37.13 Long-Term and Short-Term Temporal Offsets Among Solar-Activity Indicators
K. T. Bachmann, W. R. Ketchum (OSSM)
37.14 Solar Cycle 23: An Anomalous Cycle?
G. de Toma, O.R. White, G.A. Chapman, S.R. Walton, D.G. Preminger, A.M. Cookson (NCAR/HAO)
37.15 On-disk Observations of Macrospicules in Coronal Holes
Y. Yamauchi, H. Wang (NJIT), R.L. Moore (NASA/MSFC)
37.16 TRACE Observations of a Torsionally Rotating Sunspot Reversing Direction
R. W. Nightingale, T. R. Metcalf (Lockheed Martin Solar & Astrophysics Laboratory), J. R. Ullman (Henry M. Gunn High School, Palo Alto, CA)
37.17 Probing Chromospheric Structure with the TRACE Inter-Network Oscillation Program
B. Fleck (ESA/RSSD), S.W. McIntosh (USRA - NASA/GSFC)
37.18 Dynamics and Properties of Supergranulation from TRACE Observations
G.W. Simon (AFRL, NSO/Sunspot, Emeritus Research Services), R.A. Shine (Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysical Laboratory)
37.19 Variations of Solar Radius: Observations with RHESSI
M. D. Fivian, H. S. Hudson, R. P. Lin (SSL/UCB)
37.20 Evershed Flow of CO at Different Depths in a Sunspot Penumbra.
T. Alan Clark (U. of Calgary), C. Plymate (James Cook U./NSO), M.W. Bergman (U. of Calgary), C.U. Keller (NSO)

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