MLSO Publications

1024 References, 33 abstracts, and 133 citations as of January, 2017.

It is hoped that this listing will be of use to the scientific community. The current list is incomplete. If you are aware of any publications relating to Mauna Loa data which are NOT posted on this listing, please send the reference information via e-mail to: mlso_papers@ucar.edu

References

Aside: A list of CoMP publications can be found in the CoMP ADS Library

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  2. Al-Omari, M., R. Qahwaji, T. Colak, and S. Ipson (2010), Machine Leaning-Based Investigation of the Associations between CMEs and Filaments, Solar Physics, 262(2), 511-539, doi:10.​1007/​s11207-012-0163-x.

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  9. Ananthakrishnan, S., M. Tokumaru, and M. Kojima (2002), Observation of travelling interplanetary disturbances, Advances in Space Research, 29(10), 1467-1471.

  10. Andretta, V., D. Telloni, and G. Del Zanna (2012), Coronal Diagnostics from Narrowband Images Around 30.4 nm, Solar Physics, 1-21, doi:10.1007/s11207-012-9974-z.

  11. Andrews, M. D., and R. A. Howard (2001), A two-Type Classification of Lasco Coronal Mass Ejection, Space Science Reviews, 95(Numbers 1-2 / January).

  12. Andries, J., and P. S. Cally (2011), On the Dispersion and Scattering of Magnetohydrodynamic Waves by Longitudinally Stratified Flux Tubes, The Astrophysical Journal, 743, 164, doi:10.1088/0004-637x/743/2/164.

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  18. Ariste, A. L., M. Luna, I. Arregui, E. Khomenko, and M. Collados (2015), On the nature of transverse coronal waves revealed by wavefront dislocations, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 579, A127, doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201424340.

  19. Armstrong, J. D. (2004), Structure and Energy Transport of the Solar Convection Zone.

  20. Aschwanden, M. (2009), The 3D Geometry, 3D Motion, and Hydrodynamics of Oscillating Coronal Loops, Space Science Reviews, 149(1-4), 31-64, doi:10.1007/s11214-009-9505-x.

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  22. Attrill, G. D. R., L. K. Harra, L. Driel-Gesztelyi, and M. J. Wills-Davey (2010), Revealing the Fine Structure of Coronal Dimmings and Associated Flows with Hinode/EIS. Implications for Understanding the Source Regions of Sustained Outflow Following CMEs, Solar Physics, 264(1), 119-147, doi:10.1007/s11207-010-9558-8.

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  33. Bak-Steslicka, U., S. E. Gibson, Y. Fan, C. Bethge, B. Forland, and L. A. Rachmeler (2013a), The Magnetic Structure of Solar Prominence Cavities: New Observational Signature Revealed by Coronal Magnetometry, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 770(2), 5, doi:10.1088/2041-8205/770/2/l28.

  34. Bak-Steslicka, U., S. E. Gibson, Y. Fan, C. Bethge, B. Forland, and L. A. Rachmeler (2014), The spatial relation between EUV cavities and linear polarization signatures, paper presented at IAU Symposium.

  35. Bak-Steslicka, U., S. Kolomanski, and T. Mrozek (2011), Coronal mass ejections associated with LDE flares of slow rise phase, Arxiv preprint arXiv:1104.0846, Central European Astrophysical Bulletin, 135-144.

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  37. Bak-Stȩślicka, U., S. E. Gibson, Y. Fan, C. Bethge, B. Forland, and L. A. Rachmeler (2013), The spatial relation between EUV cavities and linear polarization signatures, paper presented at Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union - Nature of Prominences and their role in Space Weather.

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  55. Beckers, J. M., E. Leon, J. Mason, and L. Wilkins (1997), Solar Scintillometry: Calibration of Signals and its Use for Seeing Measurements, Solar Physics, 176, 23-36.

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  58. Bein, B. M., S. Berkebile-Stoiser, A. M. Veronig, M. Temmer, and B. Vršnak (2012), Impulsive Acceleration of Coronal Mass Ejections. II. Relation to Soft X-Ray Flares and Filament Eruptions, The Astrophysical Journal, 755(1), 44, doi:10.1088/0004-637x/755/1/44.

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  60. Bemporad, A., M. Mierla, and D. Tripathi (2011), Rotation of an erupting filament observed by the STEREO EUVI and COR1 instruments, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 531, doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201016297.

  61. Bemporad, A., G. Poletto, S. T. Suess, Y. K. Ko, S. Parenti, P. Riley, M. Romoli, and T. Z. Zurbuchen (2003), Temporal Evolution of a Streamer Complex: Coronal and in Situ Plasma Parameters, The Astrophysical Journal, 593, 1146-1163.

  62. Bemporad, A., Raymond, Poletto, and Romoli (2007), A Comprehensive Study of the Initiation and Early Evolution of a Coronal Mass Ejection from Ultraviolet and White-Light Data, The Astrophysical Journal, 655, 576-590, doi:10.1086/509569.

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  64. Berger, T. E., G. Slater, N. Hurlburt, R. Shine, and T. Tarbell (2010), Quiescent Prominence Dynamics Observed with the Hinode Solar Optical Telescope. I. Turbulent Upflow Plumes, The Astrophysical Journal, 716, 1288, doi:10.1088/0004-637x/716/2/1288.

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  66. Berrilli, F., D. D. Moro, A. Florio, and L. Santillo (2005), Segmentation Of Photospheric And Chromospheric Solar Features, Solar Physics, 228(1), 81-95, doi:10.1007/s11207-005-5000-z.

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  68. Bezrukov, D., B. Ryabov, N. Peterova, and N. Topchilo (2011), Sharp Changes in the Ordinary Mode Microwave Emission from a Stable Sunspot: Model Analysis, Latvian Journal of Physics and Technical Sciences, 48(2), 56-69, doi:10.2478/v10047-011-0016-7.

  69. Bezrukov, D. A., B. I. Ryabov, and K. Shibasaki (2012), Isolated Sunspot with a Dark Patch in the Coronal Emission, Baltic Astronomy, 21, 509-516.

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  73. Biesecker, D. A., S. E. Gibson, D. Alexander, A. Fludra, J. T. Hoeksema, A. V. Panasyuk, and B. J. Thompson The Third Whole Sun Month Campaign - Coronal Synoptic Maps, 2000.

  74. Biesecker, D. A., B. J. Thompson, S. E. Gibson, D. Alexander, A. Fludra, N. Gopalswamy, J. T. Hoeksema, A. Lecinski, and L. Strachan (1999), The Synoptic Sun During the First Whole Sun Month Campaign: Aug 10 - Sep 8, 1996, Journal of Geophysical Research, 104 A5, 9679.

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  90. Burkepile, J. T., G. de Toma, L. Sitongia, and D. Kolinski Brightness Variations in the Solar Corona, paper presented at AGU Spring Meeting Abstracts, 2008.

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Abstracts

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