Full list of EIS publicatons (keyword: flare)

Compiled from information held in the ADS abstracts service.

Total number of papers: 135


  1. Fast plasmoid-mediated reconnection in a solar flare [0]
    Yan, Xiaoli, Xue, Zhike, Jiang, Chaowei, Priest, E. R., Kliem, Bernhard, Yang, Liheng, Wang, Jincheng, Kong, Defang, Song, Yongliang, Feng, Xueshang & Liu, Zhong, Nature Communications, 13, 640


  1. Physical Characteristics of Unstructured Coronal Clouds [0]
    Asgari-Targhi, M., Golub, L., Hahn, M., Karna, N. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 910, 113
  2. Plasma Upflows Induced by Magnetic Reconnection Above an Eruptive Flux Rope [1]
    Baker, Deborah, Mihailescu, Teodora, Démoulin, Pascal, Green, Lucie M., van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Valori, Gherardo, Brooks, David H., Long, David M. & Janvier, Miho, Solar Physics, 296, 103
  3. The source of the major solar energetic particle events from super active region 11944 [10]
    Brooks, David H. & Yardley, Stephanie L., Science Advances, 7, eabf0068
  4. The active region source of a type III radio storm observed by Parker Solar Probe during encounter 2 [7]
    Harra, L., Brooks, D. H., Bale, S. D., Mandrini, C. H., Barczynski, K., Sharma, R., Badman, S. T., Vargas Domínguez, S. & Pulupa, M., A&A, 650, A7
  5. Nonequilibrium Ionization Plasma during a Large Solar Limb Flare Observed by Hinode/EIS [0]
    Imada, S., ApJ, 914, L28
  6. Hinode/EIS Coronal Magnetic Field Measurements at the Onset of a C2 Flare [7]
    Landi, E., Li, W., Brage, T. & Hutton, R., ApJ, 913, 1
  7. The Spatial and Temporal Variations of Turbulence in a Solar Flare [0]
    Stores, Morgan, Jeffrey, Natasha L. S. & Kontar, Eduard P., ApJ, 923, 40
  8. The Evolution of Plasma Composition during a Solar Flare [4]
    To, Andy S. H., Long, David M., Baker, Deborah, Brooks, David H., van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Laming, J. Martin & Valori, Gherardo, ApJ, 911, 86
  9. Formation of a Solar Filament by Magnetic Reconnection, Associated Chromospheric Evaporation, and Subsequent Coronal Condensation [1]
    Yang, Bo, Yang, Jiayan, Bi, Yi, Hong, Junchao & Xu, Zhe, ApJ, 921, L33


  1. Can Subphotospheric Magnetic Reconnection Change the Elemental Composition in the Solar Corona? [6]
    Baker, Deborah, van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Brooks, David H., Démoulin, Pascal, Valori, Gherardo, Long, David M., Laming, J. Martin, To, Andy S. H. & James, Alexander W., ApJ, 894, 35
  2. Intrusion of Magnetic Peninsula toward the Neighboring Opposite-polarity Region That Triggers the Largest Solar Flare in Solar Cycle 24 [6]
    Bamba, Yumi, Inoue, Satoshi & Imada, Shinsuke, ApJ, 894, 29
  3. Dynamics of Late-stage Reconnection in the 2017 September 10 Solar Flare [5]
    French, Ryan J., Matthews, Sarah A., van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Long, David M. & Judge, Philip G., ApJ, 900, 192
  4. Locating Hot Plasma in Small Flares using Spectroscopic Overlappogram Data from the Hinode EUV Imaging Spectrometer [1]
    Harra, Louise, Matthews, Sarah, Long, David, Hasegawa, Takahiro, Lee, Kyoung-Sun, Reeves, Katharine K., Shimizu, Toshifumi, Hara, Hirohisa & Woods, Magnus, Solar Physics, 295, 34
  5. Hinode/EIS Measurements of Active-region Magnetic Fields [11]
    Landi, E., Hutton, R., Brage, T. & Li, W., ApJ, 904, 87
  6. A Solar Magnetic-fan Flaring Arch Heated by Nonthermal Particles and Hot Plasma from an X-Ray Jet Eruption [2]
    Lee, Kyoung-Sun, Hara, Hirohisa, Watanabe, Kyoko, Joshi, Anand D., Brooks, David H., Imada, Shinsuke, Prasad, Avijeet, Dang, Phillip, Shimizu, Toshifumi, Savage, Sabrina L., Moore, Ronald, Panesar, Navdeep K. & Reep, Jeffrey W., ApJ, 895, 42
  7. Hot Plasma Flows and Oscillations in the Loop-top Region During the 2017 September 10 X8.2 Solar Flare [12]
    Reeves, Katharine K., Polito, Vanessa, Chen, Bin, Galan, Giselle, Yu, Sijie, Liu, Wei & Li, Gang, ApJ, 905, 165
  8. White-light Emission and Chromospheric Response by an X1.8-class Flare on 2012 October 23 [1]
    Watanabe, Kyoko & Imada, Shinsuke, ApJ, 891, 88
  9. Sunquake with a second bounce, other sunquakes, and emission associated with the X9.3 flare of 6 September 2017. I. Observations [4]
    Zharkov, Sergei, Matthews, Sarah, Zharkova, Valentina, Druett, Malcolm, Inoue, Satoshi, Dammasch, Ingolf E. & Macrae, Connor, A&A, 639, A78


  1. Transient Inverse-FIP Plasma Composition Evolution within a Solar Flare [16]
    Baker, Deborah, van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Brooks, David H., Valori, Gherardo, James, Alexander W., Laming, J. Martin, Long, David M., Démoulin, Pascal, Green, Lucie M., Matthews, Sarah A., Oláh, Katalin & Kővári, Zsolt, ApJ, 875, 35
  2. Investigations of a supra-arcade fan and termination shock above the top of the flare-loop system of the 2017 September 10 event [10]
    Cai, Qiangwei, Shen, Chengcai, Raymond, John C., Mei, Zhixing, Warmuth, Alexander, Roussev, Ilia I. & Lin, Jun, MNRAS, 489, 3183
  3. A Two-sided Loop X-Ray Solar Coronal Jet Driven by a Minifilament Eruption [13]
    Sterling, Alphonse C., Harra, Louise K., Moore, Ronald L. & Falconer, David A., ApJ, 871, 220
  4. Spectroscopy and Differential Emission Measure Diagnostics of a Coronal Dimming Associated with a Fast Halo CME [18]
    Veronig, Astrid M., Gömöry, Peter, Dissauer, Karin, Temmer, Manuela & Vanninathan, Kamalam, ApJ, 879, 85


  1. A Diagnostic of Coronal Elemental Behavior during the Inverse FIP Effect in Solar Flares [3]
    Brooks, David H., ApJ, 863, 140
  2. Observations of Turbulent Magnetic Reconnection within a Solar Current Sheet [69]
    Cheng, X., Li, Y., Wan, L. F., Ding, M. D., Chen, P. F., Zhang, J. & Liu, J. J., ApJ, 866, 64
  3. Photospheric and Coronal Abundances in an X8.3 Class Limb Flare [11]
    Doschek, G. A., Warren, H. P., Harra, L. K., Culhane, J. L., Watanabe, T. & Hara, H., ApJ, 853, 178
  4. Spectroscopic Observations of a Current Sheet in a Solar Flare [40]
    Li, Y., Xue, J. C., Ding, M. D., Cheng, X., Su, Y., Feng, L., Hong, J., Li, H. & Gan, W. Q., ApJ, 853, L15
  5. Plasma Evolution within an Erupting Coronal Cavity [23]
    Long, David M., Harra, Louise K., Matthews, Sarah A., Warren, Harry P., Lee, Kyoung-Sun, Doschek, George A., Hara, Hirohisa & Jenkins, Jack M., ApJ, 855, 74
  6. On the Performance of Multi-Instrument Solar Flare Observations During Solar Cycle 24 [6]
    Milligan, Ryan O. & Ireland, Jack, Solar Physics, 293, 18
  7. Flare-related Recurring Active Region Jets: Evidence for Very Hot Plasma [4]
    Mulay, Sargam M., Matthews, Sarah, Hasegawa, Takahiro, Del Zanna, Giulio, Mason, Helen & Shimizu, Toshifumi, Solar Physics, 293, 160
  8. Broad Non-Gaussian Fe XXIV Line Profiles in the Impulsive Phase of the 2017 September 10 X8.3-class Flare Observed by Hinode/EIS [33]
    Polito, Vanessa, Dudík, Jaroslav, Kašparová, Jana, Dzifčáková, Elena, Reeves, Katharine K., Testa, Paola & Chen, Bin, ApJ, 864, 63
  9. Spectroscopic Observations of Current Sheet Formation and Evolution [82]
    Warren, Harry P., Brooks, David H., Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio, Reep, Jeffrey W., Crump, Nicholas A. & Doschek, George A., ApJ, 854, 122
  10. The Triggering of the 2014 March 29 Filament Eruption [13]
    Woods, Magnus M., Inoue, Satoshi, Harra, Louise K., Matthews, Sarah A., Kusano, Kanya & Kalmoni, Nadine M. E., ApJ, 860, 163


  1. Study on Precursor Activity of the X1.6 Flare in the Great AR 12192 with SDO, IRIS, and Hinode [19]
    Bamba, Yumi, Lee, Kyoung-Sun, Imada, Shinsuke & Kusano, Kanya, ApJ, 840, 116
  2. Explosive Chromospheric Evaporation and Warm Rain in a C3.1 Flare Observed by IRIS, Hinode/EIS, and RHESSI [11]
    Brosius, Jeffrey W. & Inglis, Andrew R., ApJ, 848, 39
  3. Sunspots, Starspots, and Elemental Abundances [14]
    Doschek, G. A. & Warren, H. P., ApJ, 844, 52
  4. Measuring Velocities in the Early Stage of an Eruption: Using “Overlappogram” Data from Hinode EIS [4]
    Harra, Louise K., Hara, Hirohisa, Doschek, George A., Matthews, Sarah, Warren, Harry, Culhane, J. Leonard & Woods, Magnus M., ApJ, 842, 58
  5. On-Disc Observations of Flux Rope Formation Prior to Its Eruption [38]
    James, A. W., Green, L. M., Palmerio, E., Valori, G., Reid, H. A. S., Baker, D., Brooks, D. H., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L. & Kilpua, E. K. J., Solar Physics, 292, 71
  6. Non-Gaussian Velocity Distributions in Solar Flares from Extreme Ultraviolet Lines: A Possible Diagnostic of Ion Acceleration [26]
    Jeffrey, Natasha L. S., Fletcher, Lyndsay & Labrosse, Nicolas, ApJ, 836, 35
  7. Turbulent Kinetic Energy in the Energy Balance of a Solar Flare [40]
    Kontar, E. P., Perez, J. E., Harra, L. K., Kuznetsov, A. A., Emslie, A. G., Jeffrey, N. L. S., Bian, N. H. & Dennis, B. R., Physical Review Letters, 118, 155101
  8. IRIS, Hinode, SDO, and RHESSI Observations of a White Light Flare Produced Directly by Nonthermal Electrons [27]
    Lee, Kyoung-Sun, Imada, Shinsuke, Watanabe, Kyoko, Bamba, Yumi & Brooks, David H., ApJ, 836, 150
  9. Multi-instrument observations of a failed flare eruption associated with MHD waves in a loop bundle [21]
    Nisticò, G., Polito, V., Nakariakov, V. M. & Del Zanna, G., A&A, 600, A37
  10. Analysis and modelling of recurrent solar flares observed with Hinode/EIS on March 9, 2012 [31]
    Polito, V., Del Zanna, G., Valori, G., Pariat, E., Mason, H. E., Dudík, J. & Janvier, M., A&A, 601, A39
  11. Observations of Reconnection Flows in a Flare on the Solar Disk [9]
    Wang, Juntao, Simões, P. J. A., Jeffrey, N. L. S., Fletcher, L., Wright, P. J. & Hannah, I. G., ApJ, 847, L1
  12. Observations and Modelling of the Pre-flare Period of the 29 March 2014 X1 Flare [18]
    Woods, M. M., Harra, L. K., Matthews, S. A., Mackay, D. H., Dacie, S. & Long, D. M., Solar Physics, 292, 38


  1. Quasi-periodic Fluctuations and Chromospheric Evaporation in a Solar Flare Ribbon Observed by Hinode/EIS, IRIS, and RHESSI [32]
    Brosius, Jeffrey W., Daw, Adrian N. & Inglis, Andrew R., ApJ, 830, 101
  2. The Mysterious Case of the Solar Argon Abundance near Sunspots in Flares [25]
    Doschek, G. A. & Warren, H. P., ApJ, 825, 36
  3. Chromospheric evaporation flows and density changes deduced from Hinode/EIS during an M1.6 flare [6]
    Gömöry, P., Veronig, A. M., Su, Y., Temmer, M. & Thalmann, J. K., A&A, 588, A6
  4. The Characteristics of Solar X-Class Flares and CMEs: A Paradigm for Stellar Superflares and Eruptions? [44]
    Harra, Louise K., Schrijver, Carolus J., Janvier, Miho, Toriumi, Shin, Hudson, Hugh, Matthews, Sarah, Woods, Magnus M., Hara, Hirohisa, Guedel, Manuel, Kowalski, Adam, Osten, Rachel, Kusano, Kanya & Lueftinger, Theresa, Solar Physics, 291, 1761
  5. First evidence of non-Gaussian solar flare EUV spectral line profiles and accelerated non-thermal ion motion [33]
    Jeffrey, Natasha L. S., Fletcher, Lyndsay & Labrosse, Nicolas, A&A, 590, A99
  6. Departure of High-temperature Iron Lines from the Equilibrium State in Flaring Solar Plasmas [7]
    Kawate, T., Keenan, F. P. & Jess, D. B., ApJ, 826, 3
  7. Flare-generated Shock Wave Propagation through Solar Coronal Arcade Loops and an Associated Type II Radio Burst [16]
    Kumar, Pankaj, Innes, D. E. & Cho, Kyung-Suk, ApJ, 828, 28
  8. Simultaneous IRIS and Hinode/EIS Observations and Modelling of the 2014 October 27 X2.0 Class Flare [55]
    Polito, V., Reep, J. W., Reeves, K. K., Simões, P. J. A., Dudík, J., Del Zanna, G., Mason, H. E. & Golub, L., ApJ, 816, 89
  9. On the Bright Loop Top Emission in Post-eruption Arcades [2]
    Sharma, Rohit, Tripathi, Durgesh, Isobe, Hiroaki & Ghosh, Avyarthana, ApJ, 823, 47
  10. The spectroscopic imprint of the pre-eruptive configuration resulting into two major coronal mass ejections [22]
    Syntelis, P., Gontikakis, C., Patsourakos, S. & Tsinganos, K., A&A, 588, A16
  11. Transition Region and Chromospheric Signatures of Impulsive Heating Events. I. Observations [27]
    Warren, Harry P., Reep, Jeffrey W., Crump, Nicholas A. & Simões, Paulo J. A., ApJ, 829, 35


  1. Anomalous Relative Ar/Ca Coronal Abundances Observed by the Hinode/EUV Imaging Spectrometer Near Sunspots [32]
    Doschek, G. A., Warren, H. P. & Feldman, U., ApJ, 808, L7
  2. Flare Footpoint Regions and a Surge Observed by Hinode/EIS, RHESSI, and SDO/AIA [9]
    Doschek, G. A., Warren, H. P., Dennis, B. R., Reep, J. W. & Caspi, A., ApJ, 813, 32
  3. Determining energy balance in the flaring chromosphere from oxygen V line ratios [7]
    Graham, D. R., Fletcher, L. & Labrosse, N., A&A, 584, A6
  4. Observation and numerical modeling of chromospheric evaporation during the impulsive phase of a solar flare [17]
    Imada, Shinsuke, Murakami, Izumi & Watanabe, Tetsuya, Physics of Plasmas, 22, 101206
  5. The Fast Filament Eruption Leading to the X-flare on 2014 March 29 [50]
    Kleint, Lucia, Battaglia, Marina, Reardon, Kevin, Sainz Dalda, Alberto, Young, Peter R. & Krucker, Säm, ApJ, 806, 9
  6. Observations and Modeling of Solar Flare Atmospheric Dynamics [2]
    Li, Y., Acta Astronomica Sinica, 56, 528
  7. Chromospheric Evaporation in an X1.0 Flare on 2014 March 29 Observed with IRIS and EIS [45]
    Li, Y., Ding, M. D., Qiu, J. & Cheng, J. X., ApJ, 811, 7
  8. Spectroscopic Signatures Related to a Sunquake [18]
    Matthews, S. A., Harra, L. K., Zharkov, S. & Green, L. M., ApJ, 812, 35
  9. Extreme Ultra-Violet Spectroscopy of the Lower Solar Atmosphere During Solar Flares (Invited Review) [36]
    Milligan, Ryan O., Solar Physics, 290, 3399
  10. Joint High Temperature Observation of a Small C6.5 Solar Flare With Iris/Eis/Aia [46]
    Polito, V., Reeves, K. K., Del Zanna, G., Golub, L. & Mason, H. E., ApJ, 803, 84
  11. Direct observation of the energy release site in a solar flare by SDO/AIA, Hinode/EIS, and RHESSI [12]
    Simões, P. J. A., Graham, D. R. & Fletcher, L., A&A, 577, A68
  12. 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


  1. Plasma Dynamics Above Solar Flare Soft X-Ray Loop Tops [29]
    Doschek, G. A., McKenzie, D. E. & Warren, H. P., ApJ, 788, 26
  2. Coronal behavior before the large flare onset [13]
    Imada, Shinsuke, Bamba, Yumi & Kusano, Kanya, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 66, S17
  3. Heating and Dynamics of Two Flare Loop Systems Observed by AIA and EIS [12]
    Li, Y., Qiu, J. & Ding, M. D., ApJ, 781, 120
  4. Coronal-Temperature-Diagnostic Capability of the Hinode/ X-Ray Telescope Based on Self-consistent Calibration. II. Calibration with On-Orbit Data [25]
    Narukage, N., Sakao, T., Kano, R., Shimojo, M., Winebarger, A., Weber, M. & Reeves, K. K., Solar Physics, 289, 1029
  5. Response of Hinode XRT to quiet Sun, active region and flare plasma [10]
    O'Dwyer, B., Del Zanna, G. & Mason, H. E., A&A, 561, A20


  1. Rapid Evolution of the Solar Atmosphere during the Impulsive Phase of a Microflare Observed with the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer aboard Hinode: Hints of Chromospheric Magnetic Reconnection [14]
    Brosius, Jeffrey W., ApJ, 777, 135
  2. Chromospheric Evaporation in Solar Flare Loop Strands Observed with the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Board Hinode [41]
    Brosius, Jeffrey W., ApJ, 762, 133
  3. A revised radiometric calibration for the Hinode/EIS instrument [75]
    Del Zanna, G., A&A, 555, A47
  4. Chromospheric Evaporation in an M1.8 Flare Observed by the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [47]
    Doschek, G. A., Warren, H. P. & Young, P. R., ApJ, 767, 55
  5. The Emission Measure Distribution of Impulsive Phase Flare Footpoints [32]
    Graham, D. R., Hannah, I. G., Fletcher, L. & Milligan, R. O., ApJ, 767, 83
  6. The Location of Non-thermal Velocity in the Early Phases of Large Flares—Revealing Pre-eruption Flux Ropes [20]
    Harra, Louise K., Matthews, Sarah, Culhane, J. L., Cheung, Mark C. M., Kontar, Eduard P. & Hara, Hirohisa, ApJ, 774, 122
  7. Evidence for Hot Fast Flow above a Solar Flare Arcade [35]
    Imada, S., Aoki, K., Hara, H., Watanabe, T., Harra, L. K. & Shimizu, T., ApJ, 776, L11
  8. The Relationship between Extreme Ultraviolet Non-thermal Line Broadening and High-energy Particles during Solar Flares [2]
    Kawate, T. & Imada, S., ApJ, 775, 122
  9. Hot Plasma Associated with a Coronal Mass Ejection [8]
    Landi, E., Miralles, M. P., Raymond, J. C. & Hara, H., ApJ, 778, 29
  10. Properties of a Solar Flare Kernel Observed by Hinode and SDO [57]
    Young, P. R., Doschek, G. A., Warren, H. P. & Hara, H., ApJ, 766, 127


  1. Analysis and Modeling of Two Flare Loops Observed by AIA and EIS [13]
    Li, Y., Qiu, J. & Ding, M. D., ApJ, 758, 52
  2. Hinode/EIS Spectroscopic Validation of Very Hot Plasma Imaged with the Solar Dynamics Observatory in Non-flaring Active Region Cores [54]
    Testa, Paola & Reale, Fabio, ApJ, 750, L10
  3. Hinode Flare Catalogue [46]
    Watanabe, K., Masuda, S. & Segawa, T., Solar Physics, 279, 317
  4. Production of High-Temperature Plasmas During the Early Phases of a C9.7 Flare. II. Bi-directional Flows Suggestive of Reconnection in a Pre-flare Brightening Region [4]
    Watanabe, T., Hara, H., Sterling, A. C. & Harra, L. K., Solar Physics, 281, 87


  1. Spectroscopic Analysis of Interaction between an Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Telescope Wave and a Coronal Upflow Region [19]
    Chen, F., Ding, M. D., Chen, P. F. & Harra, L. K., ApJ, 740, 116
  2. The 22 May 2007 B-class flare: new insights from Hinode observations [46]
    Del Zanna, G., Mitra-Kraev, U., Bradshaw, S. J., Mason, H. E. & Asai, A., A&A, 526, A1
  3. Hinode/EIS plasma diagnostics in the flaring solar chromosphere [33]
    Graham, D. R., Fletcher, L. & Hannah, I. G., A&A, 532, A27
  4. Photospheric flux cancellation and associated flux rope formation and eruption [158]
    Green, L. M., Kliem, B. & Wallace, A. J., A&A, 526, A2
  5. Plasma Motions and Heating by Magnetic Reconnection in a 2007 May 19 Flare [74]
    Hara, Hirohisa, Watanabe, Tetsuya, Harra, Louise K., Culhane, J. Leonard & Young, Peter R., ApJ, 741, 107
  6. Determining the Solar Source of a Magnetic Cloud Using a Velocity Difference Technique [12]
    Harra, L. K., Mandrini, C. H., Dasso, S., Gulisano, A. M., Steed, K. & Imada, S., Solar Physics, 268, 213
  7. Spectroscopic Observations of a Coronal Moreton Wave [38]
    Harra, Louise K., Sterling, Alphonse C., Gömöry, Peter & Veronig, Astrid, ApJ, 737, L4
  8. One-dimensional Modeling for Temperature-dependent Upflow in the Dimming Region Observed by Hinode/EUV Imaging Spectrometer [24]
    Imada, S., Hara, H., Watanabe, T., Murakami, I., Harra, L. K., Shimizu, T. & Zweibel, E. G., ApJ, 743, 57
  9. 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
  10. Coronal Jets, Magnetic Topologies, and the Production of Interplanetary Electron Streams [6]
    Li, C., Matthews, S. A., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Sun, J. & Owen, C. J., ApJ, 735, 43
  11. Different Patterns of Chromospheric Evaporation in a Flaring Region Observed with Hinode/EIS [35]
    Li, Y. & Ding, M. D., ApJ, 727, 98
  12. Coronal Dimmings and the Early Phase of a CME Observed with STEREO and Hinode/EIS [22]
    Miklenic, C., Veronig, A. M., Temmer, M., Möstl, C. & Biernat, H. K., Solar Physics, 273, 125
  13. Spatially Resolved Nonthermal Line Broadening during the Impulsive Phase of a Solar Flare [45]
    Milligan, Ryan O., ApJ, 740, 70
  14. Hard X-ray Source Distributions on EUV Bright Kernels in a Solar Flare [10]
    Ning, Zongjun & Cao, Wenda, Solar Physics, 269, 283
  15. Lateral Offset of the Coronal Mass Ejections from the X-flare of 2006 December 13 and Its Two Precursor Eruptions [17]
    Sterling, Alphonse C., Moore, Ronald L. & Harra, Louise K., ApJ, 743, 63


  1. Revealing the Fine Structure of Coronal Dimmings and Associated Flows with Hinode/EIS. Implications for Understanding the Source Regions of Sustained Outflow Following CMEs [21]
    Attrill, G. D. R., Harra, L. K., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L. & Wills-Davey, M. J., Solar Physics, 264, 119
  2. On the Origin of the Solar Moreton Wave of 2006 December 6 [39]
    Balasubramaniam, K. S., Cliver, E. W., Pevtsov, A., Temmer, M., Henry, T. W., Hudson, H. S., Imada, S., Ling, A. G., Moore, R. L., Muhr, N., Neidig, D. F., Petrie, G. J. D., Veronig, A. M., Vršnak, B. & White, S. M., ApJ, 723, 587
  3. Evidence of Explosive Evaporation in a Microflare Observed by Hinode/EIS [34]
    Chen, F. & Ding, M. D., ApJ, 724, 640
  4. TOPICAL REVIEW The solar UV-x-ray spectrum from 1.5 to 2000 Å [22]
    Doschek, G. A. & Feldman, U., Journal of Physics B Atomic Molecular Physics, 43, 232001
  5. R-matrix Electron-impact Excitation of Fe13+ and its Application to the Soft X-ray and Extreme-ultraviolet Spectroscopy of Corona-like Plasmas [35]
    Liang, G. Y., Badnell, N. R., Crespo López-Urrutia, J. R., Baumann, T. M., Del Zanna, G., Storey, P. J., Tawara, H. & Ullrich, J., ApJS, 190, 322
  6. Pre-Flare Flows in the Corona [8]
    Wallace, A. J., Harra, L. K., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Green, L. M. & Matthews, S. A., Solar Physics, 267, 361
  7. Production of High-temperature Plasmas During the Early Phases of a C9.7 Flare [36]
    Watanabe, Tetsuya, Hara, Hirohisa, Sterling, Alphonse C. & Harra, Louise K., ApJ, 719, 213


  1. Flows and Motions in Moss in the Core of a Flaring Active Region: Evidence for Steady Heating [45]
    Brooks, David H. & Warren, Harry P., ApJ, 703, L10
  2. Coronal Nonthermal Velocity Following Helicity Injection Before an X-Class Flare [36]
    Harra, L. K., Williams, D. R., Wallace, A. J., Magara, T., Hara, H., Tsuneta, S., Sterling, A. C. & Doschek, G. A., ApJ, 691, L99
  3. On-disk signatures of eruptive activity from the Hinode mission [2]
    Harra, Louise K., Advances in Space Research, 44, 446
  4. Hot Plasma in Nonflaring Active Regions Observed by the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [38]
    Ko, Yuan-Kuen, Doschek, George A., Warren, Harry P. & Young, Peter R., ApJ, 697, 1956
  5. R-matrix electron-impact excitation data for B-like Si and its application in cool stars [18]
    Liang, G. Y., Whiteford, A. D. & Badnell, N. R., A&A, 499, 943
  6. Velocity Characteristics of Evaporated Plasma Using Hinode/EUV Imaging Spectrometer [148]
    Milligan, Ryan O. & Dennis, Brian R., ApJ, 699, 968
  7. Spectroscopic Observations of Hot Lines Constraining Coronal Heating in Solar Active Regions [41]
    Patsourakos, S. & Klimchuk, J. A., ApJ, 696, 760
  8. Observational Evidence for Coronal Twisted Flux Rope [9]
    Raouafi, N. -E., ApJ, 691, L128
  9. Fe XIII Density Diagnostics in the EIS Observing Wavelengths [40]
    Watanabe, T., Hara, H., Yamamoto, N., Kato, D., Sakaue, H. A., Murakami, I., Kato, T., Nakamura, N. & Young, P. R., ApJ, 692, 1294
  10. Evidence from the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer for Axial Filament Rotation before a Large Flare [19]
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