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Beschreibung

The concept of summerschools and workshops at the Kanzelh ohe Solar Observatory,Karn ten,Austria,devotedtoup-to-datetopicsinsolarphysics has been proven to be extremely successful, and thus in August/September 2003 the third combined summerschool and workshop was held there. This book contains the proceedings of the Summerschool and Wo- shop Solar Magnetic Phenomena held from 25 August to 5 September 2003 at the Solar Observatory Kanzelh ohe, which belongs to the Institute for Geophysics, Astrophysics and Meteorology of the University of Graz, Austria. The book contains the contributions from six invited lecturers. They give an overview on the following topics: observations of the pho- sphere and chromosphere, solar ?are observations and theory, coronal mass ejections and the relevance of magnetic helicity, high-energy radiation from the Sun, the physics of solar prominences and highlights from the SOHO mission. The lectures contain about 25 to 30 pages each and provide a valuableintroduction to the topics mentioned above. The comprehensive lists ofreferences at theendof each contribution enablethe interested reader to go into more detail. The second part of the book contains contributed papers. These - pers were presented anddiscussed in theworkshop sessions during the afternoons. The sessions stimulated intensive discussions between the p- ticipants and lecturers.

Is particularly useful for graduate students and young researchers working in solar physics



Autorentext
Arnold Hanslmeier ist Professor für Astronomie an der Universität Graz, wo er neben seinen Forschungsarbeiten zur Himmelsmechanik und Sonnenphysik seit vielen Jahren die Grundvorlesung für Astronomie hält. Forschungsaufenthalte an internationalen Instituten in Europa und USA dokumentieren sich in den mehr als hundert Fachpublikationen und seinen Büchern.

Klappentext

The concept of summerschools and workshops at the Kanzelh ohe Solar Observatory,Karn ten,Austria,devotedtoup-to-datetopicsinsolarphysics has been proven to be extremely successful, and thus in August/September 2003 the third combined summerschool and workshop was held there. This book contains the proceedings of the Summerschool and Wo- shop "Solar Magnetic Phenomena" held from 25 August to 5 September 2003 at the Solar Observatory Kanzelh ohe, which belongs to the Institute for Geophysics, Astrophysics and Meteorology of the University of Graz, Austria. The book contains the contributions from six invited lecturers. They give an overview on the following topics: observations of the pho- sphere and chromosphere, solar ?are observations and theory, coronal mass ejections and the relevance of magnetic helicity, high-energy radiation from the Sun, the physics of solar prominences and highlights from the SOHO mission. The lectures contain about 25 to 30 pages each and provide a valuableintroduction to the topics mentioned above. The comprehensive lists ofreferences at theendof each contribution enablethe interested reader to go into more detail. The second part of the book contains contributed papers. These - pers were presented anddiscussed in theworkshop sessions during the afternoons. The sessions stimulated intensive discussions between the p- ticipants and lecturers.



Zusammenfassung
Contains lecture papers and contributed papers on different aspects of magnetic phenomena in the solar atmosphere. This book addresses topics such as the physics of solar flares, prominences, coronal mass ejections, magnetic helicity, high-energy radiation from the Sun, observations of the photosphere and chromosphere.

Inhalt
v Table of Contents, Preface, Invited Lectures Observations of Photosphere and Chromosphere C. Denker, Solar Flares Observations and Theory B. Vrnak, Coronal Mass Ejections and Magnetic Helicity L.van Driel-Gesztelyi, High Energy Radiation from the Sun J.C. Brown, Physics of Solar Prominences P.Heinzel and U. Anzer, Eight Years of SOHO: Some Highlights B Fleck, Contributed Papers2 -D Compressible Reconnection Model M. Skender and B. Vrnak, Waiting Time Distribution of CMEs C.- T. Yeh, M.D. Ding and P.F. Chen, Simultaneous Visible and IR Spectropolarimetry of the Quiet Sun I.Domínguez Cerdena, J. Sánchez Almeida and F. Kneer A Simple Topological Model of the Bastille Day Flare (July 14, 2000) I.V. Oreshina and B. V. Somov, Spectropolarimetry in a Sunspot Penumbra at High Spatial Resolution N.Bello González, O. Okunev and F. Kneer, X-Ray and Ha Emission of the 20 Aug 2002 Flair J.Kaparová, M. Karlick R.A. Schwartzand B.R. Dennis, Center-to-Limb Variation of Facular Contrast Derived from MLSO RISE/PSPT Full Disk Images F.L. Vogler, The Acceleration-Velocity Relationship in5000 LASCO-CME's D.Rudjak, B. Vrnak and D. Sudar, Time Evolution of the Spectral Index in Solar Flares P.C. Grigis, D. Buser and A. O. Benz, Analysis of Doppler Shifts of Spectral Lines Obtained by the CDS/SOHO Instrument P.Gömöry et al.,On the Behaviour of a Blinker in Chromospheric andTransition Region Layers F.Tomasz et al., On the 24- and 155-Day Periodicity Observed in Solar Ha Flares M. Temmer, A. Veronig and A. Hanslmeier, He-D Polarization Observed in Prominences R.Ramelli and M. Bianda, Line-of-Sight Velocity and Magnetic Field inSunspot Penumbrae D.V. Makarchik and N.I. Kobanov, Impulsive X-Ray Radiation Characteristics ofSolar Flare Footpoints T.Mrozek and M.Tomczak, Velocity Fields in an Irregular Sunspot J.Jurcák, M. Sobotka and V. Martínez-Pillet, On the Dynamic Disconnection of Rising -Loops L.Toth and O. Gerlei, Searching for the Origins of the Fast Solar Wind M.D. Popescu and J.G. Doyle, Detectability of High Frequency Acoustic Waves with TRACE A.Fossum and M. Carlsson, Linking Coronal to Interplanetary Magnetic Helicity M.L. Luoni et al., Photoheliographic Data and its Comparisonwith Other Sunspot Databases G. Mezö, T. Baranyi and L. Györi, Properties of a Small Active Region in the Solar Photosphere S.Stangi and J. Hirzberger, Small Scale Events Seen in SXT Observations S.Gburek and J. Sylwester, Properties of Type IV Radio Bursts withPeriodical Fine Structures J. Magdalenie et al., Testing the Neupert Effect A.M. Veronig et al.,The Faint Young Sun Problem A. Hanslmeier, CCD Spectroscopy of Solar Rotation S.Jejcic and A. Cade, The Observing Programs at Kanzelhöhe Solar Observatory W. Otruba, Theoretical Modeling of Potential MagneticField Distribution in the Corona V.M. Cade et al., Author Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Solar Magnetic Phenomena
Untertitel: Proceedings of the 3rd Summerschool and Workshop held at the Solar Observatory Kanzelhöhe, Kärnten, Austria, August 25 - September 5, 2003
Editor:
EAN: 9781402029615
ISBN: 1402029616
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Netherlands
Anzahl Seiten: 304
Gewicht: 623g
Größe: H241mm x B160mm x T22mm
Jahr: 2005
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 2005

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