MLSO Publications (by year)

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1116 publications, 57 abstracts, and 260 citations as of 2021-02-12.

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

Publications

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

  1. Corchado-Albelo, M. F., K. Dalmasse, S. Gibson, Y. Fan, and A. Malanushenko (2021), Designing a New Coronal Magnetic Field Energy Diagnostic, The Astrophysical Journal, 907, 23, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/abc8f0.
  2. Duchlev, P. (2021), Prominence eruptions as precursors of coronal mass ejections, Bulgarian Astrophysical Journal, 34.
  3. Dudík, J., G. Del Zanna, J. Rybák, J. Lörinčík, E. Dzifčáková, H. E. Mason, S. Tomczyk, and M. Galloy (2021), Electron Densities in the Solar Corona Measured Simultaneously in the Extreme Ultraviolet and Infrared, The Astrophysical Journal, 906, 118, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/abcd91.
  4. Ambastha, A. (2020), Physics of the Invisible Sun: Instrumentation, Observations, and Inferences, CRC Press.
  5. Banerjee, D., S. K. Prasad, V. Pant, J. McLaughlin, P. Antolin, N. Magyar, L. Ofman, H. Tian, T. Van Doorsselaere, and I. De Moortel (2020), MHD Waves in open coronal structures, arXiv preprint arXiv:2012.08802.
  6. Bemporad, A. (2020), Coronal Electron Densities Derived with Images Acquired during the 2017 August 21 Total Solar Eclipse, The Astrophysical Journal, 904(2), 178.
  7. Berrilli, F., S. Criscuoli, V. Penza, and M. Lovric (2020), Long-term (1749-2015) Variations of Solar UV Spectral Indices, SoPh, 295(3), 38, doi:10.1007/s11207-020-01603-5.
  8. Caspi, A., D. B. Seaton, C. C. Tsang, C. E. DeForest, P. Bryans, E. E. DeLuca, S. Tomczyk, J. T. Burkepile, T. Casey, and J. Collier (2020), A new facility for airborne solar astronomy: NASA's WB-57 at the 2017 total solar eclipse, arXiv, arXiv: 2004.09658.
  9. Chatzistergos, T., I. Ermolli, N. Krivova, S. Solanki, D. Banerjee, T. Barata, M. Belik, R. Gafeira, A. Garcia, and Y. Hanaoka (2020), VizieR Online Data Catalog: Plage area composite series (Chatzistergos+, 2020), VizieR Online Data Catalog, J/A+ A/639/A688.
  10. Chatzistergos, T., I. Ermolli, N. A. Krivova, S. K. Solanki, D. Banerjee, T. Barata, M. Belik, R. Gafeira, A. Garcia, and Y. Hanaoka (2020), Analysis of full-disc Ca II K spectroheliograms-III. Plage area composite series covering 1892–2019, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 639, A88, doi:10.1051/0004-6361/202037746.
  11. Cho, K., J. Chae, R.-Y. Kwon, S.-C. Bong, and K.-S. Cho (2020), The Application of the Filtered Backprojection Algorithm to Solar Rotational Tomography, The Astrophysical Journal, 895(1), 55, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/ab88af.
  12. Cranmer, S. R. (2020), Heating Rates for Protons and Electrons in Polar Coronal Holes: Empirical Constraints from the Ultraviolet Coronagraph Spectrometer, The Astrophysical Journal, 900(2), 105.
  13. Dash, S., P. Bhowmik, B. Athira, N. Ghosh, and D. Nandy (2020), Prediction of the Sun’s Coronal Magnetic Field and Forward-modeled Polarization Characteristics for the 2019 July 2 Total Solar Eclipse, The Astrophysical Journal, 890(1), 37, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/ab6a91.
  14. Feng, X. (2020), Current Status of MHD Simulations for Space Weather, in Magnetohydrodynamic Modeling of the Solar Corona and Heliosphere, edited, pp. 1-123, Springer Singapore, Singapore, doi:10.1007/978-981-13-9081-4_1.
  15. Feng, X. (2020), Data-Driven MHD Modeling of Solar Wind, in Magnetohydrodynamic Modeling of the Solar Corona and Heliosphere, edited, pp. 555-613, Springer Singapore, Singapore, doi:10.1007/978-981-13-9081-4_7.
  16. French, R., S. Matthews, L. van Driel-Gesztelyi, D. Long, and P. Judge (2020), Dynamics of Late-stage Reconnection in the 2017 September 10 Solar Flare, The Astrophysical Journal, 900(2), doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aba94b.
  17. Gibson, S. (2020), Toward Improved Space Weather Prediction through the Observation and Modeling of Coronal MagnetismRep., UNIVERSITY CORPORATION FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH BOULDER United States.
  18. Jones, S. I., V. M. Uritsky, J. M. Davila, and V. N. Troyan (2020), Improving Coronal Magnetic Field Models Using Image Optimization, The Astrophysical Journal, 896, 57, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/ab8cb9.
  19. Kocharov, L., M. Pesce-Rollins, T. Laitinen, A. Mishev, P. Kühl, A. Klassen, M. Jin, N. Omodei, F. Longo, and D. F. Webb (2020), Interplanetary Protons versus Interacting Protons in the 2017 September 10 Solar Eruptive Event, The Astrophysical Journal, 890(1), 13, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/ab684e.
  20. Lamy, P., A. Llebaria, B. Boclet, H. Gilardy, M. Burtin, and O. Floyd (2020), Coronal Photopolarimetry with the LASCO-C2 Coronagraph over 24 Years [1996–2019], Solar Physics, 295(7), 1-62, doi:10.1007/s11207-020-01650-y.
  21. Lee, J.-O., K.-S. Cho, K.-S. Lee, I.-H. Cho, J. Lee, Y. Miyashita, Y.-H. Kim, R.-S. Kim, and S. Jang (2020), Formation of Post-CME Blobs Observed by LASCO-C2 and K-Cor on 2017 September 10, ApJ, 892(2), 129, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/ab799a.
  22. Montes-Solís, M., and I. Arregui (2020), Quantifying the evidence for resonant damping of coronal waves with foot-point wave power asymmetry, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 640, L17, doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201937237.
  23. Moses, J. D., E. Antonucci, J. Newmark, F. Auchère, S. Fineschi, M. Romoli, D. Telloni, G. Massone, L. Zangrilli, and M. Focardi (2020), Global helium abundance measurements in the solar corona, Nature Astronomy, doi:10.1038/s41550-020-1156-6.
  24. Pagano, P., I. De Moortel, and R. Morton (2020), Effect of coronal loop structure on wave heating through phase mixing, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 643, A73, doi:10.1051/0004-6361/202039209.
  25. Patel, R., V. Pant, K. Chandrashekhar, and D. Banerjee (2020), A statistical study of plasmoids associated with a post-CME current sheet, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 644, A158.
  26. Qiang, Z., X. Bai, K. Ji, H. Liu, and Z. Shang (2020), Enhancing Coronal Structures with Radial Local Multi-scale Filter, New Astronomy, 101383, doi:10.1016/j.newast.2020.101383.
  27. Sheiner, O., A. Rakhlin, V. Fridman, and F. Vybornov (2020), New ionospheric index for Space Weather services, Advances in Space Research, 66(6), 1415-1426, doi:10.1016/j.asr.2020.05.022.
  28. Van Doorsselaere, T., A. K. Srivastava, P. Antolin, N. Magyar, S. V. Farahani, H. Tian, D. Kolotkov, L. Ofman, M. Guo, and I. Arregui (2020), Coronal heating by MHD waves, Space Science Reviews, 216(8), 1-40, doi:10.1007/s11214-020-00770-y.
  29. Yang, Z., C. Bethge, H. Tian, S. Tomczyk, R. Morton, G. Del Zanna, S. W. McIntosh, B. B. Karak, S. Gibson, and T. Samanta (2020), Global maps of the magnetic field in the solar corona, Science, 369(6504), 694-697, doi:10.1126/science.abb4462.
  30. Yang, Z., H. Tian, S. Tomczyk, R. Morton, X. Bai, T. Samanta, and Y. Chen (2020), Mapping the magnetic field in the solar corona through magnetoseismology, Science China Technological Sciences, 1-12, doi:10.1007/s11431-020-1706-9.
  31. Yu, S., B. Chen, K. K. Reeves, D. E. Gary, S. Musset, G. D. Fleishman, G. M. Nita, and L. Glesener (2020), Magnetic Reconnection during the Post-impulsive Phase of a Long-duration Solar Flare: Bidirectional Outflows as a Cause of Microwave and X-Ray Bursts, The Astrophysical Journal, 900(1), 17, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aba8a6.
  32. Cho, K.-S., H. Yang, J. Lee, S. Bong, S. Choi, J. Kim, J. Park, Y. Park, and Y.-H. Kim (2019), Toward Next Generation Solar Coronagraph: Diagnostic Coronagraph Experiment, The Bulletin of The Korean Astronomical Society, 44(2), 42.42-42.42, doi:10.5303/jkas.2020.53.4.87.
  33. Criscuoli, S. (2019), Effects of continuum fudging on non-LTE synthesis of stellar spectra. I. Effects on estimates of UV continua and Solar Spectral Irradiance variability, The Astrophysical Journal, 872(1), 52, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aaf6b7.
  34. Dolei, S., et al. (2019), Effect of the non-uniform solar chromospheric Lyα radiation on determining the coronal H I outflow velocity, A&A, 627, A18, doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201935048.
  35. French, R. J., P. G. Judge, S. A. Matthews, and L. van Driel-Gesztelyi (2019), Spectropolarimetric Insight into Plasma Sheet Dynamics of a Solar Flare, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 887(2), L34, doi:10.3847/2041-8213/ab5d34.
  36. Harder, J. W., S. Beland, and M. Snow (2019), SORCE‐Based Solar Spectral Irradiance (SSI) Record for Input Into Chemistry‐Climate Studies, Earth and Space Science, 6(12), 2487-2507, doi:10.1029/2019ea000737.
  37. Judge, P., B. Berkey, A. Boll, P. Bryans, J. Burkepile, P. Cheimets, E. DeLuca, G. De Toma, K. Gibson, and L. Golub (2019), Solar eclipse observations from the ground and air from 0.31 to 5.5 microns, Solar Physics, 294(11), 1-23, doi:10.1007/s11207-019-1550-3.
  38. Karna, N., A. Savcheva, K. Dalmasse, S. Gibson, S. Tassev, G. de Toma, and E. E. DeLuca (2019), Forward Modeling of a Pseudostreamer, The Astrophysical Journal, 883, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/ab3c50.
  39. Lamy, P., O. Floyd, Z. Mikić, and P. Riley (2019), Validation of MHD Model Predictions of the Corona with LASCO-C2 Polarized Brightness Images, Solar Physics, 294(11), 162, doi:10.1007/s11207-019-1549-9.
  40. Lloveras, D., A. Vásquez, E. Landi, and R. Frazin (2019), Tomography of the Solar Corona with Multiple Instruments: First Steps, Boletin de la Asociacion Argentina de Astronomia La Plata Argentina, 61, 35-37.
  41. Low, B. (2019), Coronal magnetism as a universal phenomenon, in The Sun as a Guide to Stellar Physics, edited, pp. 207-237, Elsevier, doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-814334-6.00008-x.
  42. Mancuso, S., F. Frassati, A. Bemporad, and D. Barghini (2019), Three-dimensional reconstruction of CME-driven shock–streamer interaction from radio and EUV observations: a different take on the diagnostics of coronal magnetic fields, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 624, L2, doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201935157.
  43. Morton, R., M. Weberg, and J. McLaughlin (2019), A basal contribution from p-modes to the Alfvénic wave flux in the Sun’s corona, Nature Astronomy, 3(3), 223-229, doi:10.1038/s41550-018-0668-9.
  44. Pant, V., N. Magyar, T. Van Doorsselaere, and R. Morton (2019), Investigating “Dark” Energy in the Solar Corona Using Forward Modeling of MHD Waves, The Astrophysical Journal, 881(2), 95, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/ab2da3.
  45. Tiwari, A. K., R. J. Morton, S. Régnier, and J. A. McLaughlin (2019), Damping of propagating kink waves in the solar corona, The Astrophysical Journal, 876(2), 106, doi:10.1007/s11207-019-1428-4.
  46. Woo, R. (2019), Naked eye observation of the 2017 total solar eclipse: a more complete understanding of the white-light corona, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 485(3), 4122-4127, doi:10.1093/mnras/stz703.
  47. Yokoyama, T., Y. Katsukawa, and M. Shimojo (2019), Observations of photospheric magnetic structure below a dark filament using the Hinode Spectro-Polarimeter, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 71(2), doi:10.1093/pasj/psz014.
  48. Zhang, P., É. Buchlin, and J.-C. Vial (2019), Launch of a CME-associated eruptive prominence as observed with IRIS and ancillary instruments, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 624, A72, doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201834259.
  49. Aschwanden, M. J., M. Gošic, N. E. Hurlburt, and E. Scullion (2018), Convection-driven Generation of Ubiquitous Coronal Waves, The Astrophysical Journal, 866(1), 73, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aae08b.
  50. Chen, Y., H. Tian, Y. Su, Z. Qu, L. Deng, P. R. Jibben, Z. Yang, J. Zhang, T. Samanta, and J. He (2018), Diagnosing the magnetic field structure of a coronal cavity observed during the 2017 total solar eclipse, The Astrophysical Journal, 856(1), 21, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aaaf68.
  51. Cheng, X., Y. Li, L. Wan, M. Ding, P. Chen, J. Zhang, and J. Liu (2018), Observations of Turbulent Magnetic Reconnection within a Solar Current Sheet, The Astrophysical Journal, 866(1), 64, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aadd16.
  52. Criscuoli, S., V. Penza, M. Lovric, and F. Berrilli (2018), The Correlation of Synthetic UV Color versus Mg ii Index along the Solar Cycle, The Astrophysical Journal, 865(1), 22, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aad809.
  53. de Wijn, A. (2018), Characterization of Cameras for the COSMO K-coronagraph, The Astronomical Journal, 157(1), 8.
  54. Del Zanna, G., and E. E. DeLuca (2018), Solar Coronal Lines in the Visible and Infrared: A Rough Guide, The Astrophysical Journal, 852(1), 52.
  55. Dolei, S., R. Susino, C. Sasso, A. Bemporad, V. Andretta, D. Spadaro, R. Ventura, E. Antonucci, L. Abbo, and V. Da Deppo (2018), Mapping the solar wind HI outflow velocity in the inner heliosphere by coronagraphic ultraviolet and visible-light observations, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 612, A84, doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201732118.
  56. Fan, S., J. He, L. Yan, S. Tomczyk, H. Tian, H. Song, L. Wang, and L. Zhang (2018), Turbulence and Heating in the Flank and Wake Regions of a Coronal Mass Ejection, Solar Physics, 293(1), 6, doi:10.1007/s11207-017-1221-1.
  57. Gibson, S. E. (2018), Solar prominences: theory and models, Living Reviews in Solar Physics, 15(1), 7, doi:10.1007/s41116-018-0016-2.
  58. Gutiérrez, H., L. Taliashvili, and A. Lazarian (2018), Magnetic evolution linked to the interrelated activity complexes involving transequatorial coronal holes, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 479(1), 1309-1319, doi:10.1093/mnras/sty1650.
  59. Ippolito, A. (2018), foF2 variations measured by the Rome observatory during solar minimum in the last three solar cycles, Annals of Geophysics, 61, 19, doi:10.4401/ag-7762.
  60. Jones, G. H., M. M. Knight, K. Battams, D. C. Boice, J. Brown, S. Giordano, J. Raymond, C. Snodgrass, J. K. Steckloff, and P. Weissman (2018), The Science of Sungrazers, Sunskirters, and Other Near-Sun Comets, Space Science Reviews, 214, doi:10.1007/s11214-017-0446-5.
  61. Lin, J., and L. Ni (2018), Large‐Scale Current Sheets in Flares and CMEs, Electric Currents in Geospace and Beyond, 239-255, doi:10.1002/9781119324522.ch1.
  62. Mikić, Z., C. Downs, J. A. Linker, R. M. Caplan, D. H. Mackay, L. A. Upton, P. Riley, R. Lionello, T. Török, and V. S. Titov (2018), Predicting the corona for the 21 August 2017 total solar eclipse, Nature Astronomy, 1, doi:10.1038/s41550-018-0562-5.
  63. Nandy, D., P. Bhowmik, A. R. Yeates, S. Panda, R. Tarafder, and S. Dash (2018), The Large-scale Coronal Structure of the 2017 August 21 Great American Eclipse: An Assessment of Solar Surface Flux Transport Model Enabled Predictions and Observations, The Astrophysical Journal, 853(1), 72, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aaa1eb.
  64. Patel, R., K. Amareswari, V. Pant, D. Banerjee, K. Sankarasubramanian, and A. Kumar (2018), Onboard Automated CME Detection Algorithm for the Visible Emission Line Coronagraph on ADITYA-L1, Solar Physics, 293, doi:10.1007/s11207-018-1323-4.
  65. Peck, C. L. (2018), The Influence of Quiet Sun Magnetism on Solar Radiative Output, University of Colorado, Boulder.
  66. Richardson, I. G. (2018), Solar wind stream interaction regions throughout the heliosphere, Living Reviews in Solar Physics, 15(1), 1, doi:10.1007/s41116-017-0011-z.
  67. Thompson, M. J., S. Tomczyk, S. E. Gibson, S. W. McIntosh, and E. Landi (2018), The Coronal Solar Magnetism Observatory, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, 13(S335), 359-361, doi:10.1017/S1743921317011334.
  68. Zhao, M. Y., Y. Liu, T. F. Song, X. F. Zhang, M. Hagino, and T. Sakurai (2018), Image enhancement for the observation of the solar corona, paper presented at SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation, SPIE.
  69. Atoum, I. A., and M. Ali (2017), Adaptive Technique for Merging Broken Filaments in H-\upalpha Solar Images Using Machine Learning Techniques, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, 42(2), 787-792, doi:10.1007/s13369-016-2328-7.
  70. Bemporad, A. (2017), Exploring the Inner Acceleration Region of Solar Wind: A Study Based on Coronagraphic UV and Visible Light Data, The Astrophysical Journal, 846(86), 17pp, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aa7de4.
  71. Casini, R., S. M. White, and P. G. Judge (2017), Magnetic Diagnostics of the Solar Corona: Synthesizing Optical and Radio Techniques, Space Science Reviews, 210(1), 145-181, doi:10.1007/s11214-017-0400-6.
  72. Chatterjee, S., S. Mandal, and D. Banerjee (2017), Variation of Supergranule Parameters With Solar Cycles: Results From Century-Long Kodaikanal Digitized Ca II K Data, The Astrophysical Journal, 841(2), 70, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aa709d.
  73. Chen, J. (2017), Physics of erupting solar flux ropes: Coronal mass ejections (CMEs)---Recent advances in theory and observation, Physics of Plasmas, 24(9), doi:10.1063/1.4993929.
  74. Everson, R. W., and M. Dikpati (2017), An Observationally Constrained 3D Potential-field Source-surface Model for the Evolution of Longitude-dependent Coronal Structures, The Astrophysical Journal, 850(2), 152.
  75. Garcia, M. A., and A. R. Papa (2017), Possibility of Excitation of Magnetospheric Modes by Strong Geomagnetic Storms, International Journal of Geosciences, 8(05), 743.
  76. Gibson, S. E., K. Dalmasse, L. A. Rachmeler, M. L. De Rosa, S. Tomczyk, G. de Toma, J. Burkepile, and M. Galloy (2017), Magnetic nulls and super-radial expansion in the solar corona, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 840(2), L13, doi:10.3847/2041-8213/aa6fac.
  77. Gopalswamy, N., S. Yashiro, S. Akiyama, and H. Xie (2017), Estimation of Reconnection Flux Using Post-eruption Arcades and Its Relevance to Magnetic Clouds at 1 AU, Solar Physics, 292(4), 65, doi:10.1007/s11207-017-1080-9.
  78. Grechnev, V. V., V. I. Kiselev, A. M. Uralov, K.-L. Klein, and A. A. Kochanov (2017), The 26 December 2001 Solar Eruptive Event Responsible for GLE63: III. CME, Shock Waves, and Energetic Particles, Solar Physics, 292(8), 102, doi:10.1007/s11207-017-1122-3.
  79. Kocharov, L., S. Pohjolainen, A. Mishev, M. J. Reiner, J. Lee, T. Laitinen, L. V. Didkovsky, V. J. Pizzo, R. Kim, and A. Klassen (2017), Investigating the Origins of Two Extreme Solar Particle Events: Proton Source Profile and Associated Electromagnetic Emissions, The Astrophysical Journal, 839(2), 79.
  80. Long, D. M., G. Valori, D. Pérez-Suárez, R. J. Morton, and A. M. Vásquez (2017), Measuring the magnetic field of a trans-equatorial loop system using coronal seismology, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 603, doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201730413.
  81. Nikulin, I. F. (2017), CME Structure and Particle Acceleration, arXiv preprint arXiv:1706.02367.
  82. St. Cyr, O., A. Posner, and J. Burkepile (2017), Solar energetic particle warnings from a coronagraph, Space Weather, 15(1), 240-257, doi:10.1002/2016sw001545.
  83. Thompson, W. T., O. C. St Cyr, J. Burkepile, and A. Posner (2017), Automatic near‐real‐time detection of CMEs in Mauna Loa K‐Cor coronagraph images, Space Weather, doi:10.1002/2017sw001694.
  84. Bąk-Stȩślicka, U., S. E. Gibson, and E. Chmielewska (2016), Line-of-Sight Velocity As a Tracer of Coronal Cavity Magnetic Structure, Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, 3(7), doi:10.3389/fspas.2016.00007.
  85. Baranyi, T., L. Győri, and A. Ludmány (2016), On-line tools for solar data compiled at the Debrecen observatory and their extensions with the Greenwich sunspot data, Solar Physics, 291(9), 3081-3102.
  86. Dalmasse, K., D. W. Nychka, S. E. Gibson, Y. Fan, and N. Flyer (2016), ROAM: A Radial-Basis-Function Optimization Approximation Method for Diagnosing the Three-Dimensional Coronal Magnetic Field, Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, 3(24), doi:10.3389/fspas.2016.00024.
  87. Duchlev, P., K. Koleva, M. Madjarska, and M. Dechev (2016), Homologous prominence non-radial eruptions: A case study, New Astronomy, 48, 66-73, doi:10.1016/j.newast.2016.05.001.
  88. Erdélyi, R., C. J. Nelson, C. E. Fischer, and M. Temmer (2016), On The Role of MHD Waves in Heating Localised Magnetic Structures, in Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, edited by I. Dorotovic, p. 153.
  89. Gallagher, D., Z. Wu, B. Larson, P. G. Nelson, P. Oakley, S. Sewell, and S. Tomczyk (2016), The COSMO coronagraph optical design and stray light analysis, paper presented at SPIE Astronomical Telescopes+ Instrumentation, International Society for Optics and Photonics.
  90. Gibson, S. E., T. A. Kucera, S. M. White, J. B. Dove, Y. Fan, B. C. Forland, L. A. Rachmeler, C. Downs, and K. K. Reeves (2016), FORWARD: A toolset for multiwavelength coronal magnetometry, Front. Astron. Space Sci, 3(8), doi:10.3389/fspas.2016.00008.
  91. Jibben, P. R., K. K. Reeves, and Y. Su (2016), Evidence for a Magnetic Flux Rope in Observations of a Solar Prominence-Cavity System, Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, 3, 10, doi:10.3389/fspas.2016.00010.
  92. Ko, Y.-K., J. D. Moses, J. M. Laming, L. Strachan, S. Tun Beltran, S. Tomczyk, S. E. Gibson, F. Auchère, R. Casini, and S. Fineschi (2016), Waves and Magnetism in the Solar Atmosphere (WAMIS), Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, 3, 1, doi:10.3389/fspas.2016.00001.
  93. Kramar, M., H. Lin, and S. Tomczyk (2016), DIRECT OBSERVATION OF SOLAR CORONAL MAGNETIC FIELDS BY VECTOR TOMOGRAPHY OF THE CORONAL EMISSION LINE POLARIZATIONS, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 819(2), L36, doi:10.3847/2041-8205/819/2/l36.
  94. Kucera, A., et al. (2016), The CoMP-S Instrument at the Lomnický Peak Observatory: Status Report, in Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, edited by I. Dorotovic, p. 321.
  95. Landi, E., S. Habbal, and S. Tomczyk (2016), Coronal plasma diagnostics from ground‐based observations, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 121(9), 8237-8249, doi:10.1002/2016ja022598.
  96. Lynch, B. J., S. Masson, Y. Li, C. R. DeVore, J. Luhmann, S. K. Antiochos, and G. H. Fisher (2016), A model for stealth coronal mass ejections, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 121(11), 10,677-610,697, doi:10.1002/2016ja023432.
  97. Mancuso, S., J. Raymond, S. Rubinetti, and C. Taricco (2016), O VI 1032 Å intensity and Doppler shift oscillations above a coronal hole: Magnetosonic waves or quasi-periodic upflows?, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 592, L8, doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201628769.
  98. Meftah, M., A. Hauchecorne, R. Bush, and A. Irbah (2016), On HMI Solar Oblateness during Solar Cycle 24 and Impact of the Space Environment on Results, Advances in Space Research, doi:10.1016/j.asr.2016.06.003.
  99. Morton, R., E. Scullion, D. Bloomfield, J. McLaughlin, S. Regnier, S. McIntosh, S. Tomczyk, and P. Young (2016), Exploring Coronal Dynamics: A Next Generation Solar Physics Mission white paper, arXiv preprint arXiv:1611.06149.
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Abstracts

  1. DuPont, M., C. Shen, and N. A. Murphy (2020), Comparative Analysis of the Solar Wind: Modeling Charge State Distributions in the Heliosphere, arXiv preprint arXiv:2012.12297.
  2. Gibson, S., A. Malanushenko, G. de Toma, S. Tomczyk, K. Reeves, H. Tian, Z. Yang, B. Chen, G. Fleishman, and D. Gary (2020), Untangling the global coronal magnetic field with multiwavelength observations, arXiv preprint arXiv:2012.09992,  Helio2050 White Paper.
  3. Goryaev, F., V. Slemzin, and D. Rodkin (2020), Observations of Ray-Like Structures in Large-Scale Coronal Dimmings Produced by Limb CMEs, arXiv preprint arXiv:2003.11326.
  4. Mason, E., S. Antiochos, and N. Viall (2020), Magnetic Origins of Cool Plasma in the Sun's Corona, paper presented at American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts# 236.
  5. Rast, M. P., N. Bello González, Y. Katsukawa, M. D. Kazachenko, E. Khomenko, L. A. Rachmeler, M. Rempel, W. Schmidt, T. E. Berger, and S. J. Bradshaw (2020), Critical Science Plan for the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST), arXiv:2008.08203, 635(63B).
  6. Burkepile, J., M. D. Galloy, G. de Toma, O. C. St Cyr, W. T. Thompson, A. Posner, and I. G. Richardson (2019), Ground-Based Coronagraph Observations as an early warning system for Solar Energetic Particle Events, in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, edited, pp. SH23C-3360.
  7. Chen, B., S. Yu, S. Musset, D. E. Gary, G. D. Fleishman, L. Glesener, K. Reeves, and G. M. Nita (2019), Fast plasma outflows associated with impulsive microwave and hard X-ray bursts during the gradual phase of the 2017 September 10 X8.2 flare, in American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #234, edited, p. 216.201.
  8. de Toma, G., S. Gibson, and K. Dalmasse (2019), Linear Polarization Observations of Coronal Pseudostreamers, in Solar Heliospheric and INterplanetary Environment (SHINE 2019), edited, p. 27.
  9. Galloy, M. D., J. Burkepile, G. de Toma, O. St Cyr, W. Thompson, and A. Posner (2019), Using a Ground-Based Coronagraph as an early warning system for Solar Energetic Particle Events, shin, 142.
  10. Gibson, S., S. Tomczyk, J. Burkepile, R. Casini, E. DeLuca, G. de Toma, A. de Wijn, Y. Fan, L. Golub, and P. Judge (2019), Coronal Solar Magnetism Observatory Science Objectives, AGUFM, 2019, SH11C-3395.
  11. Jones, S. I., C. N. Arge, V. M. Uritsky, C. J. Henney, J. M. Davila, and J. H. Staeben (2019), Coronal Magnetic Field Model Selection Using Images of the Middle Corona and Solar Wind Measurements, AGUFM, 2019, SH13A-08.
  12. Kramar, M., and H. Lin (2019), Retrieving 3D coronal magnetic field from ground and space based spectropolarimetric observations, paper presented at American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts.
  13. Lee, J.-O., and K.-S. Cho (2019), Coronal electron density distributions from simultaneous observations of solar corona with MK4, LASCO-C2, and SECCHI-COR1 Coronagraphs during the period from March 2007 to June 2007, paper presented at Geophysical Research Abstracts.
  14. Monaghan, A., P. Bryans, B. Berkey, and Y. Rivera (2019), Novel Measurements of Solar Corona during the July 2 2019 Total Eclipse over Chile, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2019, AGU.
  15. Richardson, I. G., O. C. St Cyr, B. J. Thompson, J. Burkepile, and H. V. Cane (2019), Coronal Mass Ejections Observed by the Mauna Loa Solar Observatory Coronagraphs and Their Association with Solar Energetic Particle Events - A Progress Report, in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, edited, pp. SH21B-05.
  16. Tomczyk, S., and E. Landi (2019), Upgraded Coronal Multi-channel Polarimeter (UCoMP), in Solar Heliospheric and INterplanetary Environment (SHINE 2019), edited, p. 131.
  17. Zhao, J., Y. Fan, and S. Gibson (2019), Measuring coronal magnetic fields associated with CMEs: UV spectropolarimetric study, in Solar Heliospheric and INterplanetary Environment (SHINE 2019), edited, p. 144.
  18. Chen, Y., H. Tian, Y. Su, Z. Qu, L. Deng, P. R. Jibben, Z. Yang, J. Zhang, T. Samanta, and J. He (2018), Diagnosing the magnetic field structure of a coronal cavity observed during the 2017 total solar eclipse, The Astrophysical Journal, 856(1), 21, doi:10.1093/pasj/psz084.
  19. De Toma, G., S. Gibson, K. Dalmasse, and M. P. Miralles (2018), Pseudostreamer topology revealed by CoMP observations, 42nd COSPAR Scientific Assembly, 42, E2. 3-33-18.
  20. Pant, V., N. Magyar, T. Van Doorsselaere, and R. Morton (2018), Variation of Doppler velocity with non-thermal line width in a gravitationally stratified plasma, Catalyzing Solar Connections, 70.
  21. Vorobyev, K., J. Ireland, and R. Connolly (2018), New developments and applications of Helioviewer Project services, Catalyzing Solar Connections, 120.
  22. Burkepile, J., A. Boll, R. Casini, G. de Toma, D. Elmore, K. Gibson, P. Judge, A. Mitchell, M. Penn, and S. Sewell (2017), Polarization Observations of the Total Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  23. Karna, N., A. Savcheva, S. Gibson, and S. V. Tassev (2017), Non Linear Force Free Field Modeling for a Pseudostreamer, paper presented at AAS/Solar Physics Division Meeting.
  24. Lee, J.-O., K.-S. Cho, J.-Y. Lee, K.-S. Lee, S. Jang, R. Kim, and Y.-J. Moon (2017), Comparison of coronal electron density distributions from MLSO/MK4, STEREO/SECCHI-COR1, SOHO/LASCO-C2, and SOHO/UVCS, paper presented at AAS/Solar Physics Division Meeting.
  25. Nimmo, K., M. Rempel, F. Chen, S. Gibson, and Y. Fan (2017), Numerical MHD Coronal Simulations: Energy Statistics and FORWARD Analysis, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  26. Uritsky, V., J. Davila, S. Jones, and P. MacNeice (2017), Image-based optimization of coronal magnetic field models for improved space weather forecasting, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  27. Wallace, R. (2017), Three-Dimensional Potential-Field Source-Surface Modeling of the Evolution of Coronal Structures.
  28. Burkepile, J., G. de Toma, M. Galloy, D. Kolinski, B. Berkey, A. Stueben, S. Tomczyk, A. De Wijn, R. Casini, and G. Card (2016), What's New at the Mauna Loa Solar Observatory, paper presented at AAS/Solar Physics Division Meeting.
  29. Gibson, S., U. Bak-Steslicka, G. de Toma, L. A. Rachmeler, and M. Zhang (2016), CoMP linear polarization as a probe of coronal magnetic topology, in AAS/Solar Physics Division Meeting, edited.
  30. Jibben, P. R., K. Reeves, and Y. Su (2016), Hinode and IRIS Observations of a Prominence-Cavity System, in AAS/Solar Physics Division Meeting, edited.
  31. Jones, S. I., J. M. Davila, and V. Uritsky (2016), Optimizing global coronal magnetic field models using image-based constraints, The Astrophysical Journal, 820(2), 113.
  32. Pasachoff, J. M., D. B. Seaton, and A. C. Sterling (2016), Early Evaluation of the Corona at the 2016 March 9 Total Solar Eclipse, paper presented at AAS/Solar Physics Division Meeting.
  33. Peck, C., M. Rast, S. Criscuoli, H. Uitenbroek, and M. D. Rempel (2016), Interpreting Irradiance Distributions Using High-Resolution 3D MHD Simulations, paper presented at AAS/Solar Physics Division Meeting.
  34. Burnett, L. W., D. W. Nychka, S. E. Gibson, and K. Dalmasse (2015), Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of the Electron Density in the Solar Corona, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 53.
  35. Byrne, J., H. Morgan, P. Gallagher, S. Habbal, and J. Davies (2015), The new CORIMP CME catalog & 3D reconstructions, paper presented at EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts.
  36. Gibson, S. E. (2015), Magnetism Matters: Coronal Magnetometry Using Multi-Wavelength Polarimetry, IAU General Assembly, 22, 30393.
  37. Jibben, P. R., and K. Reeves (2015), Observations of a Coronal Cavity and Prominence with Hinode, IRIS, and AIA, paper presented at AAS/AGU Triennial Earth-Sun Summit.
  38. Knölker, M. (2015), Back To The Future with Coronascope II, paper presented at HAO 75th Anniversary Celebration, NCAR/HAO - Boulder, CO, 2015.
  39. Kramar, M., H. Lin, and S. Tomczyk (2015), 3D Observation of the Global Coronal Magnetic Field by Vector Tomography using the Coronal Emission Linear Polarization Data, IAU General Assembly, 22, 57404.
  40. Long, D., and D. Perez-Suarez (2015), The effects of restricted``EIT wave''propagation on the low solar corona, IAU General Assembly, 22, 55047.
  41. Plowman, J. E., G. de Toma, and S. Tomczyk (2015), The CoMP Instrument and Data Processing, paper presented at AAS/AGU Triennial Earth-Sun Summit.
  42. Rast, M., and C. Peck (2015), Sensitivity of Long-term Photometric Trends to Center-to-Limb Profile Variations, IAU General Assembly, 22, 57070.
  43. Roberts, H. (2015), Construction of a Ca II Core-to-Wing Ratio Image, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 23.
  44. Uritsky, V. (2015), Constraining Large-Scale Solar Magnetic Field Models with Optical Coronal Observations, paper presented at 2015 AGU Fall Meeting, Agu.
  45. Uritsky, V. M., J. M. Davila, S. Jones, and J. Burkepile (2015), Reconstructing the open-field magnetic geometry of solar corona using coronagraph images, paper presented at AAS/AGU Triennial Earth-Sun Summit.
  46. Bak-Steslicka, U., S. Gibson, and Y. Fan (2014), LOS velocity as a tracer of coronal cavity magnetic structure, paper presented at 40th COSPAR Scientific Assembly. Held 2-10 August 2014, in Moscow, Russia, Abstract E2. 1-11-14.
  47. Cho, K. (2014), Relationship between Metric Type II Solar Radio Bursts and Coronal Mass Ejections, paper presented at 40th COSPAR Scientific Assembly. Held 2-10 August 2014, in Moscow, Russia, Abstract D2. 5-53-14.
  48. Fan, S., J. He, L. Yan, L. Zhang, and S. Tomczyk (2014), Turbulence and Heating in the Side and Wake Regions of Coronal Mass Ejection in the Low Corona, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  49. Fang, C., P. Chen, Y.-h. Tang, Q. Hao, and Y. Guo (2014), Automatic Detect and Trace of Solar Filaments, paper presented at 40th COSPAR Scientific Assembly. Held 2-10 August 2014, in Moscow, Russia, Abstract E2. 4-28-14.
  50. Kramar, M., H. Lin, and S. Tomczyk (2014), 3D Coronal Magnetic Field Reconstruction Based on Infrared Polarimetric Observations, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  51. Reeves, K., and P. Jibben (2014), Hinode, SDO AIA, and CoMP Observations of a Coronal Cavity with a Hot Core, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  52. St. Cyr, O., Q. Flint, H. Xie, D. Webb, J. Burkepile, and A. Lecinski (2014), Properties of Mlso MK3 White-Light CMEs from 1989-1996, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  53. De Pontieu, B. (2013), Observational evidence for Alfven waves in the solar atmosphere, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  54. Miralles, M. P. (2013), Determining the Coronal Origins of the Solar Wind Using Remote Sensing and In Situ Observations, paper presented at American Geophysical Union, Meeting of the Americas 2013, abstract# SH31B-03.
  55. St. Cyr, O., Q. Flint, C. Quirk, J. Burkepile, D. Webb, and A. Lecinski (2013), The CME Rate over Four Solar Cycles: Filling the Final Gap with MLSO MK3 Observations [1989-1996], paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  56. Suresh, A., M. Dikpati, J. Burkepile, and G. de Toma (2013), Simulating Cyclic Evolution of Coronal Magnetic Fields using a Potential Field Source Surface Model Coupled with a Dynamo Model, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  57. Gurman, J. B., F. Hill, F. Suàrez-Solà, R. Bogart, A. Amezcua, P. Martens, J. Hourclé, K. Hughitt, and A. Davey (2012), The Virtual Solar Observatory: What Are We Up To Now?, paper presented at American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts.

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