Motions in the Solar Atmosphere: Proceedings Of The Summerschool And Workshop Held At The Solar Observatory Kanzelhohe Karnten, Aust by A. HanslmeierMotions in the Solar Atmosphere: Proceedings Of The Summerschool And Workshop Held At The Solar Observatory Kanzelhohe Karnten, Aust by A. Hanslmeier

Motions in the Solar Atmosphere: Proceedings Of The Summerschool And Workshop Held At The Solar…

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This book contains the proceedings of the Summerschool and Workshop Motions in the Solar Atmosphere held from September 1st to September 12th, 1997, at the Solar Observatory Kanzelh6he, which belongs to the Astronomical Institute of the University of Graz, Austria. This type of conference has proved to be very successful in bringing together experts from specialized topics in solar physics and young scientists and students from different countries. Moreover, the summerschool was accompanied by a workshop which offered young scientists the opportunity to present their new results to a general audience. In total the summerschool and the workshop were attended by 50 par­ ticipants from 10 different countries. The topic selected was quite general, covering the whole solar atmo­ sphere and its dynamic processes: from dynamo actions and large and small scale motions in the photosphere through the complex dynamics of the chro­ mosphere to the corona. Also the possible influences of variations in solar output parameters to the Earth's climate were addressed. The main lec­ tures were given by 7 lecturers. Furthermore, there were 20 contributions to the workshop which were presented in oral form. The selection of the Kanzelh6he Solar Observatory located in Central Europe, Austria, also permitted colleagues from the former eastern coun­ tries to attend the meeting. At the Kanzelh6he Observatory new instru­ ments had been recently installed so that the meeting provided a further stimulus for the local people working there.
Title:Motions in the Solar Atmosphere: Proceedings Of The Summerschool And Workshop Held At The Solar…Format:PaperbackDimensions:278 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.07 inPublished:December 9, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Preface. Invited Lectures. High Spatial Resolution Imaging in Solar Physics; J.A. Bonet. The Solar Granulation; R. Muller. Fine Structures in Sunspots; M. Sobotka. Diagnostics and Dynamics of the Solar Chromosphere; F. Kneer, M. von Uexküll. Dynamo Theory and the Origin of Small Scale Magnetic Fields; F. Cattaneo. The Dynamic Corona; M. Messerotti. Long-Term Changes in the Total Solar Irradiance; M. Vázquez. Contributed Papers. Quiet and Active Granulation Properties; R. Manso-Sainz, et al. Granulation Near the Solar Limb: Observations and 2-D Modeling; A. Gadun, et al. Medium Scale Photospheric Motion Fields; M. Klavaña, et al. Synoptic Photometric Full-Disk Observations at Kanzelhöhe Solar Observatory; M. Steinegger, A. Hanslmeier. Modelling of Solar Irradiance Variations; W. Otruba, et al. Correlation of Velocity Fields at Different Heights in the Solar Photosphere; A. Kucera, et al. Some Properties of the Solar Granulation and Mesogranulation; W. Mühlmann, et al. Solar Line Bisectors in the Infrared; K. Puschmann, et al. Brightness Variations in the Solar Atmosphere as Seen by SOHO; A. Brkovic, et al. Dynamical Parameters of Limb Phenomena as Derived from MFS Data; P. Kotrc. Motions and Structures in an Active Prominence on September 18, 1995; P. Kotrc, et al. Intensity Distributions of Peak Fluxes of Radio Bursts at Different Frequencies; H. Mészárosová, et al. Proper Motion of Solar Filaments; P. Ambroz, A. Schroll. Radial Velocity Oscillations in Coronal Hole and Outside Them; E.V. Malanushenko, et al. Localized Measures of Solar Radio Bursts; A. Veronig, et al. Ondrjov Solar Radio Data Archive Info; H. Mészárosová, K.Jiřička. Correction of High Spatial Resolution Solar Surface Images for the Instrumental Profile and Atmospheric Function; K.N. Pikalov. Cellular Automata Models for Convection; W. Schaffenberger, et al. The Magneto-Optical Filter at Kanzelhöhe; A. Cacciani, et al. Solar Telescope Control with the CAN-BUS; T.V. Pettauer.