AAS 204th Meeting, June, 2004
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Session 54. Solar Flares

SPD Poster, Wednesday, June 2, 2004, 10:00am-7:00pm, Ballroom

54.01 RHESSI Imaging Using the Full Energy Response
R. A. Schwartz (NASA/GSFC)
54.02 RHESSI and Microwave Imaging Observations of Two Solar Flares
M. R. Kundu, E. J. Schmahl, V. I. Garaimov (University of Maryland)
54.03 The hard X-ray spectral structure of flare ribbons
L. Fletcher (University of Glasgow), H. S. Hudson, S. Krucker (SSL/UCB), J. A. Pollock (University of Glasgow)
54.04 Fokker Planck Modelling of Asymmetric Footpoint Hard X-ray Emission in Solar Flares
D. Alexander (Rice University), K.G. McClements (UKAEA Culham)
54.05 Spatial and temporal correlations between UV continuum and hard x-ray emissions in solar flares
A. J. Coyner, D. Alexander (Rice University)
54.06I Hard X-ray Footpoint Asymmetries in Solar Flares
E. Chollet, D. Alexander (Rice University), T.R. Metcalf, L. Pollack (Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab)
54.07 Above the Loop-top Non-thermal Hard X-ray Source in a Partially Occulted Flare
P. Balciunaite, S. Krucker (SSL, UCB), R. P. Lin (Department of Physics, UCB; SSL, UCB)
54.08I RHESSI Observations of Hard X-ray Microflares with Interplanetary Type III Radio Bursts
E. Rauscher (Space Sciences Lab, UC Berkeley), S. Christe (Space Sciences Lab & Physics Department, UC Berkeley,), S. Krucker (Space Sciences Lab, UC Berkeley), R. P. Lin (Space Sciences Lab & Physics Department, UC Berkeley)
54.09 RHESSI Observations of Flare Albedo
E. J. Schmahl (University of Maryland and NASA/GSFC), G. J. Hurford (Space Science Lab, UC Berkeley), RHESSI Team
54.10 Observations of Doppler Shift Oscillations with the Bragg Crystal Spectrometer on Yohkoh
J. T. Mariska (Naval Research Laboratory)
54.11 Coronal Loop Oscillations and Flare Shock Waves
H. S. Hudson (SSL/UCB), A. Warmuth (Astrophysical Institute Potsdam)
54.12 EUV and X-Ray Spectroscopy of a Solar Flare: a Case Study in Chromospheric Evaporation
J.W. Brosius (Catholic U), K.J.H. Phillips (NRC)
54.13 Multi-Altitude Observations of a Coronal Jet
Y.-K. Ko, J. C. Raymond (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), S. E. Gibson (HAO/NCAR), D. Alexander (Rice University), L. Strachan (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), T. Holzer, H. Gilbert (HAO/NCAR), O. C. St. Cyr, B. J. Thompson (NASA/GSFC), C. D. Pike (Rutherford Appleton laboratory), J. Burkepile (HAO/NCAR), W. Thompson (L-3 Com/GSI), L. Fletcher (University of Glasgow)
54.14 FASR Simulation of Solar Flare Microwave Spectrum
J. Lee, D. E. Gary (NJIT), S. M. White (UMd)
54.15 Bayesian refinement of solar flare prediction
M.S. Wheatland (University of Sydney)
54.16 Automated Solar Flare Detection and Characterization
M. Qu, F. Shih, J. Jing, H. Wang (NJIT)
54.17 Energetics of Three Solar Flares Observed by RHESSI
G. D. Holman, B. R. Dennis (NASA/GSFC), Linhui Sui (NASA/GSFC & CUA)

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