EIS Publications in 2008

Refereed Journal Articles

The number in square brackets after the paper title is the number of citations the paper has received according to the NASA ADS Abstracts service. The links take you through to the papers' listings at NASA ADS.

  1. Strongly Blueshifted Phenomena Observed with Hinode EIS in the 2006 December 13 Solar Flare [35]
    Asai, A., Hara, H., Watanabe, T., Imada, S., Sakao, T., Narukage, N., Culhane, J. L. & Doschek, G. A., 2008, ApJ 685, 622-628
  2. Hinode unveils a new Sun [0]
    Bowler, L. K., 2008, Astronomy and Geophysics 49, 2.11-2.13
  3. A reinterpretation of the energy balance in active region loops following new results from Hinode EIS [18]
    Bradshaw, S. J., 2008, A&A 486, L5-L8
  4. The Role of Transient Brightenings in Heating the Solar Corona [23]
    Brooks, D. H., Ugarte-Urra, I. & Warren, H. P., 2008, ApJL 689, L77-L80
  5. Wavelengths and Intensities of Spectral Lines in the 171-211 and 245-291 Ĺ Ranges from Five Solar Regions Recorded by the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer (EIS) on Hinode [109]
    Brown, C. M., Feldman, U., Seely, J. F., Korendyke, C. M. & Hara, H., 2008, ApJS 176, 511-535
  6. Magnetic flux cancellation associated with a recurring solar jet observed with Hinode, RHESSI, and STEREO/EUVI [67]
    Chifor, C., Isobe, H., Mason, H. E., Hannah, I. G., Young, P. R., Del Zanna, G., Krucker, S., Ichimoto, K., Katsukawa, Y. & Yokoyama, T., 2008, A&A 491, 279-288
  7. An active region jet observed with Hinode [49]
    Chifor, C., Young, P. R., Isobe, H., Mason, H. E., Tripathi, D., Hara, H. & Yokoyama, T., 2008, A&A 481, L57-L60
  8. Multi-spacecraft observations of polar coronal plumes [21]
    Curdt, W., Wilhelm, K., Feng, L. & Kamio, S., 2008, A&A 481, L61-L64
  9. Forward Modelling of Coronal Intensity Perturbations [19]
    De Moortel, I. & Bradshaw, S. J., 2008, Solar Physics 252, 101-119
  10. Flows in active region loops observed by Hinode EIS [120]
    Del Zanna, G., 2008, A&A 481, L49-L52
  11. Flare lines in Hinode EIS spectra [31]
    Del Zanna, G., 2008, A&A 481, L69-L72
  12. The plasma filling factor of coronal bright points. Coronal bright points [19]
    Dere, K. P., 2008, A&A 491, 561-566
  13. Flows and Nonthermal Velocities in Solar Active Regions Observed with the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode: A Tracer of Active Region Sources of Heliospheric Magnetic Fields? [118]
    Doschek, G. A., Warren, H. P., Mariska, J. T., Muglach, K., Culhane, J. L., Hara, H. & Watanabe, T., 2008, ApJ 686, 1362-1371
  14. Hinode EUV spectroscopic observations of coronal oscillations [68]
    Erdčlyi, R. & Taroyan, Y., 2008, A&A 489, L49-L52
  15. Line Intensity Ratios in the EIS Range Sensitive to Electron Densities in 10^7 K Plasmas [7]
    Feldman, U., Landi, E. & Doschek, G. A., 2008, ApJ 679, 843-847
  16. Nonthermal Electron Measurements in Solar Flares with Hinode EIS [5]
    Feldman, U., Ralchenko, Y. & Landi, E., 2008, ApJ 684, 707-714
  17. Coronal Plasma Motions Revealed from Spectroscopic Observations with Hinode EIS [0]
    Hara, H., 2008, Astronomical Herald 101, 497-503
  18. Hinode: A New Solar Observatory in Space [0]
    Hara, H., 2008, Plasma and Fusion Research 2, 1008
  19. Coronal Plasma Motions near Footpoints of Active Region Loops Revealed from Spectroscopic Observations with Hinode EIS [130]
    Hara, H., Watanabe, T., Harra, L. K., Culhane, J. L., Young, P. R., Mariska, J. T. & Doschek, G. A., 2008, ApJL 678, L67-L71
  20. 2006 December 17 Long Duration Flare Observed with the Hinode EUV Imaging Spectrometer [18]
    Hara, H., Watanabe, T., Matsuzaki, K., Harra, L. K., Culhane, J. L., Cargill, P., Mariska, J. T. & Doschek, G. A., 2008, PASJ 60, 275-
  21. a New View of the Sun from the Hinode Space Mission [1]
    Harra, L. K., 2008, International Journal of Modern Physics D 17, 693-723
  22. Outflows at the Edges of Active Regions: Contribution to Solar Wind Formation? [124]
    Harra, L. K., Sakao, T., Mandrini, C. H., Hara, H., Imada, S., Young, P. R., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L. & Baker, D., 2008, ApJL 676, L147-L150
  23. Hinode, TRACE, SOHO, and Ground-based Observations of a Quiescent Prominence [84]
    Heinzel, P., Schmieder, B., Fárnik, F., Schwartz, P., Labrosse, N., Kotrc, P., Anzer, U., Molodij, G., Berlicki, A., DeLuca, E. E., Golub, L., Watanabe, T. & Berger, T., 2008, ApJ 686, 1383-1396
  24. Non-Gaussian Line Profiles in a Large Solar Flare Observed on 2006 December 13 [25]
    Imada, S., Hara, H., Watanabe, T., Asai, A., Minoshima, T., Harra, L. K. & Mariska, J. T., 2008, ApJL 679, L155
  25. EIS/ Hinode Observations of Doppler Flow Seen through the 40-Arcsec Wide-Slit [4]
    Innes, D. E., Attie, R., Hara, H. & Madjarska, M. S., 2008, Solar Physics 252, 283-292
  26. Observations of Doppler Shift Oscillations with the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [19]
    Mariska, J. T., Warren, H. P., Williams, D. R. & Watanabe, T., 2008, ApJL 681, L41-L44
  27. Plasma Flows Guided by Strong Magnetic Fields in the Solar Corona [63]
    Marsch, E., Tian, H., Sun, J., Curdt, W. & Wiegelmann, T., 2008, ApJ 685, 1262-1269
  28. A Hot Microflare Observed with RHESSI and Hinode [23]
    Milligan, R. O., 2008, ApJL 680, L157
  29. Jets in Coronal Holes: Hinode Observations and Three-dimensional Computer Modeling [149]
    Moreno-Insertis, F., Galsgaard, K. & Ugarte-Urra, I., 2008, ApJL 673, L211-L214
  30. On the ultraviolet signatures of small scale heating in coronal loops [4]
    Parenti, S. & Young, P. R., 2008, A&A 492, 857-862
  31. The structure and dynamics of a bright point as seen with Hinode, SoHO and TRACE [26]
    Pčrez-Suárez, D., Maclean, R. C., Doyle, J. G. & Madjarska, M. S., 2008, A&A 492, 575-583
  32. Source Region of the Solar Wind Identified with Hinode X-Ray Telescope [0]
    Sakao, T., 2008, Astronomical Herald 101, 491-496
  33. May Day! Coronal Loop Temperatures from the Hinode EUV Imaging Spectrometer [12]
    Schmelz, J. T., Scott, J. & Rightmire, L. A., 2008, ApJL 684, L115-L118
  34. Intensity oscillations observed with Hinode near the south pole of the Sun: leakage of low frequency magneto-acoustic waves into the solar corona [20]
    Srivastava, A. K., Kuridze, D., Zaqarashvili, T. V. & Dwivedi, B. N., 2008, A&A 481, L95-L98
  35. Coronal loop oscillations and diagnostics with Hinode/EIS [21]
    Taroyan, Y. & Bradshaw, S., 2008, A&A 481, 247-252
  36. Cool and Hot Components of a Coronal Bright Point [29]
    Tian, H., Curdt, W., Marsch, E. & He, J., 2008, ApJL 681, L121
  37. Density structure of an active region and associated moss using Hinode/EIS [30]
    Tripathi, D., Mason, H. E., Young, P. R. & Del Zanna, G., 2008, A&A 481, L53-L56
  38. Coronal magnetic field measurement using loop oscillations observed by Hinode/EIS [72]
    Van Doorsselaere, T., Nakariakov, V. M., Young, P. R. & Verwichte, E., 2008, A&A 487, L17-L20
  39. Solar Observations of High-Temperature Emission with the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [23]
    Warren, H. P., Feldman, U. & Brown, C. M., 2008, ApJ 685, 1277-1285
  40. Observations of Active Region Loops with the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [76]
    Warren, H. P., Ugarte-Urra, I., Doschek, G. A., Brooks, D. H. & Williams, D. R., 2008, ApJL 686, L131-L134
  41. Observation and Modeling of Coronal ``Moss'' With the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [37]
    Warren, H. P., Winebarger, A. R., Mariska, J. T., Doschek, G. A. & Hara, H., 2008, ApJ 677, 1395-1400
  42. Emission Line Imaging Spectroscopy for Diagnosing of Solar Outer Atmospheres [2]
    Watanabe, T. & The Eis Team, T., 2008, Plasma and Fusion Research 2, 1011

Author-country information

This table indicates the location of the first authors of the papers given above.

CountryFirst author papers
Japan 8
UK 15
US 12
Germany 4
Czech Republic 1
Spain 1
Belgium 1

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