Full list of EIS publicatons (keyword: coronal hole)

Compiled from information held in the ADS abstracts service.

Total number of papers: 65

2021

  1. The Photospheric Footpoints of Solar Coronal Hole Jets [4]
    Muglach, K., ApJ, 909, 133
  2. Sensitivity of solar wind mass flux to coronal temperature [4]
    Stansby, D., Berčič, L., Matteini, L., Owen, C. J., French, R. J., Baker, D. & Badman, S. T., A&A, 650, L2
  3. Fe XII and Fe XIII Line Widths in the Polar Off-limb Solar Corona up to 1.5 R [0]
    Zhu, Yingjie, Szente, Judit & Landi, Enrico, ApJ, 913, 74

2019

  1. Exploring the damping of Alfvén waves along a long off-limb coronal loop, up to 1.4 R [6]
    Gupta, G. R., Del Zanna, G. & Mason, H. E., A&A, 627, A62
  2. Nonthermal Motions in a Polar Coronal Hole Measured with Hinode/EIS during an on-Orbit Partial Solar Eclipse on 2017 August 21 [4]
    Hara, Hirohisa, ApJ, 887, 122
  3. Active Region Modulation of Coronal Hole Solar Wind [5]
    Macneil, Allan R., Owen, Christopher J., Baker, Deborah, Brooks, David H., Harra, Louise K., Long, David M. & Wicks, Robert T., ApJ, 887, 146

2018

  1. Coronal Elemental Abundances in Solar Emerging Flux Regions [15]
    Baker, Deborah, Brooks, David H., van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, James, Alexander W., Démoulin, Pascal, Long, David M., Warren, Harry P. & Williams, David R., ApJ, 856, 71
  2. Spectroscopic Measurements of the Ion Velocity Distribution at the Base of the Fast Solar Wind [6]
    Jeffrey, Natasha L. S., Hahn, Michael, Savin, Daniel W. & Fletcher, Lyndsay, ApJ, 855, L13
  3. EUV Emission and Scattered Light Diagnostics of Equatorial Coronal Holes as Seen by Hinode/EIS [11]
    Wendeln, Carolyn & Landi, Enrico, ApJ, 856, 28

2016

  1. An Investigation of the Sources of Earth-directed Solar Wind during Carrington Rotation 2053 [16]
    Fazakerley, A. N., Harra, L. K. & van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., ApJ, 823, 145
  2. Inferring the Coronal Density Irregularity from EUV Spectra [3]
    Hahn, M. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 829, 42

2015

  1. Full-Sun observations for identifying the source of the slow solar wind [81]
    Brooks, David H., Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio & Warren, Harry P., Nature Communications, 6, 5947
  2. Relative Abundance Measurements in Plumes and Interplumes [7]
    Guennou, C., Hahn, M. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 807, 145
  3. A Study of the Coronal Non-thermal Velocity in Polar Regions During the Rise from Solar Minimum to Solar Maximum in Cycle 24 [3]
    Harra, L., Baker, D., Edwards, S. J., Hara, H., Howe, R. & van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Solar Physics, 290, 3203
  4. Spectroscopic observations and modelling of impulsive Alfvén waves along a polar coronal jet [13]
    Jelínek, P., Srivastava, A. K., Murawski, K., Kayshap, P. & Dwivedi, B. N., A&A, 581, A131
  5. Diagnostics of a Coronal Hole and the Adjacent Quiet Sun by The Hinode/EUV Imaging Spectrometer (EIS) [14]
    Kayshap, P., Banerjee, D. & Srivastava, A. K., Solar Physics, 290, 2889
  6. A Steady-state Picture of Solar Wind Acceleration and Charge State Composition Derived from a Global Wave-driven MHD Model [36]
    Oran, R., Landi, E., van der Holst, B., Lepri, S. T., Vásquez, A. M., Nuevo, F. A., Frazin, R., Manchester, W., Sokolov, I. & Gombosi, T. I., ApJ, 806, 55
  7. Identification of coronal sources of the solar wind from solar images in the EUV spectral range [3]
    Slemzin, V. A. & Shugai, Yu. S., Cosmic Research, 53, 47
  8. Dark Jets in Solar Coronal Holes [16]
    Young, Peter R., ApJ, 801, 124

2014

  1. Characteristics of polar coronal hole jets [18]
    Chandrashekhar, K., Bemporad, A., Banerjee, D., Gupta, G. R. & Teriaca, L., A&A, 561, A104
  2. Measurements of Outflow Velocities in on-disk Plumes from EIS/Hinode Observations [15]
    Fu, Hui, Xia, Lidong, Li, Bo, Huang, Zhenghua, Jiao, Fangran & Mou, Chaozhou, ApJ, 794, 109
  3. Solar Dynamics Observatory and Hinode Observations of a Blowout Jet in a Coronal Hole [65]
    Young, P. R. & Muglach, K., Solar Physics, 289, 3313
  4. A coronal hole jet observed with Hinode and the Solar Dynamics Observatory [39]
    Young, Peter R. & Muglach, Karin, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 66, S12
  5. Polar and Equatorial Coronal Hole Winds at Solar Minima: From the Heliosphere to the Inner Corona [9]
    Zhao, L. & Landi, E., ApJ, 781, 110

2013

  1. Plasma Composition in a Sigmoidal Anemone Active Region [28]
    Baker, D., Brooks, D. H., Démoulin, P., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Green, L. M., Steed, K. & Carlyle, J., ApJ, 778, 69
  2. Observational Quantification of the Energy Dissipated by Alfvén Waves in a Polar Coronal Hole: Evidence that Waves Drive the Fast Solar Wind [47]
    Hahn, M. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 776, 78
  3. Measurements of Anisotropic Ion Temperatures, Non-thermal Velocities, and Doppler Shifts in a Coronal Hole [9]
    Hahn, M. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 763, 106
  4. Signatures of Slow Solar Wind Streams from Active Regions in the Inner Corona [24]
    Slemzin, V., Harra, L., Urnov, A., Kuzin, S., Goryaev, F. & Berghmans, D., Solar Physics, 286, 157
  5. SDO/AIA and Hinode/EIS Observations of Interaction between an EUV Wave and Active Region Loops [29]
    Yang, Liheng, Zhang, Jun, Liu, Wei, Li, Ting & Shen, Yuandeng, ApJ, 775, 39

2012

  1. Forecasting a CME by Spectroscopic Precursor? [16]
    Baker, D., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L. & Green, L. M., Solar Physics, 276, 219
  2. Spectroscopic Signature of Alfvén Waves Damping in a Polar Coronal Hole up to 0.4 Solar Radii [54]
    Bemporad, A. & Abbo, L., ApJ, 751, 110
  3. Outflow Velocity Structure in the Upper Transition Region and Corona [0]
    Gabriel, Alan & Abbo, Lucia, Solar Physics, 280, 435
  4. Evidence of Wave Damping at Low Heights in a Polar Coronal Hole [63]
    Hahn, M., Landi, E. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 753, 36
  5. New Solar Wind Diagnostic Using Both in Situ and Spectroscopic Measurements [29]
    Landi, E., Gruesbeck, J. R., Lepri, S. T. & Zurbuchen, T. H., ApJ, 750, 159
  6. Coronal hole boundaries evolution at small scales. III. EIS and SUMER views [37]
    Madjarska, M. S., Huang, Z., Doyle, J. G. & Subramanian, S., A&A, 545, A67
  7. Recent Observations of Plasma and Alfvénic Wave Energy Injection at the Base of the Fast Solar Wind [20]
    McIntosh, Scott W., Space Science Reviews, 172, 69
  8. Coronal Cells [19]
    Sheeley, N. R., Jr. & Warren, H. P., ApJ, 749, 40
  9. What is the true nature of blinkers? [8]
    Subramanian, S., Madjarska, M. S., Doyle, J. G. & Bewsher, D., A&A, 538, A50
  10. Magnetic Topology of Active Regions and Coronal Holes: Implications for Coronal Outflows and the Solar Wind [55]
    van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Culhane, J. L., Baker, D., Démoulin, P., Mandrini, C. H., DeRosa, M. L., Rouillard, A. P., Opitz, A., Stenborg, G., Vourlidas, A. & Brooks, D. H., Solar Physics, 281, 237

2011

  1. Propagating MHD Waves in Coronal Holes [57]
    Banerjee, D., Gupta, G. R. & Teriaca, L., Space Science Reviews, 158, 267
  2. Differential Emission Measure Analysis of a Polar Coronal Hole during the Solar Minimum in 2007 [22]
    Hahn, M., Landi, E. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 736, 101
  3. Evolution of microflares associated with bright points in coronal holes and in quiet regions [19]
    Kamio, S., Curdt, W., Teriaca, L. & Innes, D. E., A&A, 529, A21
  4. Can coronal hole spicules reach coronal temperatures? [36]
    Madjarska, M. S., Vanninathan, K. & Doyle, J. G., A&A, 532, L1
  5. Observation of High-speed Outflow on Plume-like Structures of the Quiet Sun and Coronal Holes with Solar Dynamics Observatory/Atmospheric Imaging Assembly [71]
    Tian, Hui, McIntosh, Scott W., Habbal, Shadia Rifai & He, Jiansen, ApJ, 736, 130
  6. Morphology, dynamics and plasma parameters of plumes and inter-plume regions in solar coronal holes [53]
    Wilhelm, K., Abbo, L., Auchère, F., Barbey, N., Feng, L., Gabriel, A. H., Giordano, S., Imada, S., Llebaria, A., Matthaeus, W. H., Poletto, G., Raouafi, N. -E., Suess, S. T., Teriaca, L. & Wang, Y. -M., Astronomy and Astrophysics Review, 19, 35

2010

  1. Bright Points and Jets in Polar Coronal Holes Observed by the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [37]
    Doschek, G. A., Landi, E., Warren, H. P. & Harra, L. K., ApJ, 710, 1806
  2. Accelerating Waves in Polar Coronal Holes as Seen by EIS and SUMER [40]
    Gupta, G. R., Banerjee, D., Teriaca, L., Imada, S. & Solanki, S., ApJ, 718, 11
  3. Properties of a Polar Coronal Hole During the Solar Minimum in 2007 [8]
    Hahn, M., Bryans, P., Landi, E., Miralles, M. P. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 725, 774
  4. Magnetic and spectroscopic properties of supergranular-scale coronal jets and erupting loops in a polar coronal hole [17]
    He, J. -S., Marsch, E., Curdt, W., Tian, H., Tu, C. -Y., Xia, L. -D. & Kamio, S., A&A, 519, A49
  5. Outflows at the Edges of an Active Region in a Coronal Hole: A Signature of Active Region Expansion? [42]
    Murray, M. J., Baker, D., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L. & Sun, J., Solar Physics, 261, 253
  6. Micro-sigmoids as Progenitors of Coronal Jets: Is Eruptive Activity Self-similarly Multi-scaled? [46]
    Raouafi, N. -E., Georgoulis, M. K., Rust, D. M. & Bernasconi, P. N., ApJ, 718, 981
  7. Fibrillar Chromospheric Spicule-like Counterparts to an Extreme-ultraviolet and Soft X-ray Blowout Coronal Jet [51]
    Sterling, Alphonse C., Harra, Louise K. & Moore, Ronald L., ApJ, 722, 1644
  8. The Nascent Fast Solar Wind Observed by the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Board Hinode [36]
    Tian, Hui, Tu, Chuanyi, Marsch, Eckart, He, Jiansen & Kamio, Suguru, ApJ, 709, L88

2009

  1. Signatures of Alfvén waves in the polar coronal holes as seen by EIS/Hinode [83]
    Banerjee, D., Pérez-Suárez, D. & Doyle, J. G., A&A, 501, L15
  2. Propagating waves in polar coronal holes as seen by SUMER & EIS [48]
    Banerjee, D., Teriaca, L., Gupta, G. R., Imada, S., Stenborg, G. & Solanki, S. K., A&A, 499, L29
  3. Can the Composition of the Solar Corona Be Derived from Hinode/Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer Spectra? [23]
    Feldman, U., Warren, H. P., Brown, C. M. & Doschek, G. A., ApJ, 695, 36
  4. Distribution of jets and magnetic fields in a coronal hole [18]
    Kamio, S., Hara, H., Watanabe, T. & Curdt, W., A&A, 502, 345
  5. Physical Properties of Cooling Plasma in Quiescent Active Region Loops [19]
    Landi, E., Miralles, M. P., Curdt, W. & Hara, H., ApJ, 695, 221
  6. The Inconvenient Truth About Coronal Dimmings [17]
    McIntosh, Scott W., ApJ, 693, 1306

2008

  1. Multi-spacecraft observations of polar coronal plumes [22]
    Curdt, W., Wilhelm, K., Feng, L. & Kamio, S., A&A, 481, L61
  2. Jets in Coronal Holes: Hinode Observations and Three-dimensional Computer Modeling [187]
    Moreno-Insertis, F., Galsgaard, K. & Ugarte-Urra, I., ApJ, 673, L211

2007

  1. Hinode EUV Study of Jets in the Sun's South Polar Corona [68]
    Culhane, Len, Harra, Louise K., Baker, Deborah, van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Sun, Jian, Doschek, George A., Brooks, David H., Lundquist, Loraine L., Kamio, Suguru, Young, Peter R. & Hansteen, Viggo H., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S751
  2. Discovery of a Temperature-Dependent Upflow in the Plage Region During a Gradual Phase of the X-Class Flare [69]
    Imada, Shinsuke, Hara, Hirohisa, Watanabe, Tetsuya, Kamio, Suguru, Asai, Ayumi, Matsuzaki, Keiichi, Harra, Louise K. & Mariska, John T., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S793
  3. Velocity Structure of Jets in a Coronal Hole [50]
    Kamio, Suguru, Hara, Hirohisa, Watanabe, Tetsuya, Matsuzaki, Keiichi, Shibata, Kazunari, Culhane, Len & Warren, Harry P., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S757
  4. Continuous Plasma Outflows from the Edge of a Solar Active Region as a Possible Source of Solar Wind [172]
    Sakao, Taro, Kano, Ryouhei, Narukage, Noriyuki, Kotoku, Jun'ichi, Bando, Takamasa, DeLuca, Edward E., Lundquist, Loraine L., Tsuneta, Saku, Harra, Louise K., Katsukawa, Yukio, Kubo, Masahito, Hara, Hirohisa, Matsuzaki, Keiichi, Shimojo, Masumi, Bookbinder, Jay A., Golub, Leon, Korreck, Kelly E., Su, Yingna, Shibasaki, Kiyoto, Shimizu, Toshifumi & Nakatani, Ichiro, Science, 318, 1585


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