EIS Publications in 2009

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. Magnetic Reconnection along Quasi-separatrix Layers as a Driver of Ubiquitous Active Region Outflows [104]
    Baker, D., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Mandrini, C. H., Démoulin, P. & Murray, M. J., ApJ, 705, 926
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Multispacecraft observations of a prominence eruption [5]
    Bemporad, A., Del Zanna, G., Andretta, V., Poletto, G. & Magrí, M., Annales Geophysicae, 27, 3841
  5. 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
  6. Hinode/Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer Observations of the Temperature Structure of the Quiet Corona [48]
    Brooks, David H., Warren, Harry P., Williams, David R. & Watanabe, Tetsuya, ApJ, 705, 1522
  7. Estimating the Chromospheric Absorption of Transition Region Moss Emission [21]
    De Pontieu, Bart, Hansteen, Viggo H., McIntosh, Scott W. & Patsourakos, Spiros, ApJ, 702, 1016
  8. Observing the Roots of Solar Coronal Heating—in the Chromosphere [241]
    De Pontieu, Bart, McIntosh, Scott W., Hansteen, Viggo H. & Schrijver, Carolus J., ApJ, 701, L1
  9. Benchmarking atomic data for astrophysics: Fe VIII EUV lines [36]
    Del Zanna, G., A&A, 508, 513
  10. Benchmarking atomic data for astrophysics: Fe VII and other cool lines observed by Hinode EIS [40]
    Del Zanna, G., A&A, 508, 501
  11. Benchmarking atomic data for astrophysics: Fe XVII EUV lines [42]
    Del Zanna, G. & Ishikawa, Y., A&A, 508, 1517
  12. The plasma filling factor of coronal bright points. II. Combined EIS and TRACE results [17]
    Dere, K. P., A&A, 497, 287
  13. 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
  14. Formation Heights of Extreme Ultraviolet Lines in an Active Region Derived by Correlation of Doppler Velocity and Magnetic Field [8]
    Guo, Y., Ding, M. D., Jin, M. & Wiegelmann, T., ApJ, 696, 1526
  15. 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
  16. On-disk signatures of eruptive activity from the Hinode mission [2]
    Harra, Louise K., Advances in Space Research, 44, 446
  17. Ion Temperature and Non-Thermal Velocity in a Solar Active Region: Using Emission Lines of Different Atomic Species [26]
    Imada, S., Hara, H. & Watanabe, T., ApJ, 705, L208
  18. Coronal Mass Ejection Induced Outflows Observed with Hinode/EIS [45]
    Jin, M., Ding, M. D., Chen, P. F., Fang, C. & Imada, S., ApJ, 702, 27
  19. Distribution of jets and magnetic fields in a coronal hole [18]
    Kamio, S., Hara, H., Watanabe, T. & Curdt, W., A&A, 502, 345
  20. 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
  21. CHIANTI—An Atomic Database for Emission Lines. X. Spectral Atlas of a Cold Feature Observed with Hinode/EUV Imaging Spectrometer [31]
    Landi, E. & Young, P. R., ApJ, 706, 1
  22. New Fe IX Line Identifications Using Solar and Heliospheric Observatory/Solar Ultraviolet Measurement of Emitted Radiation and Hinode/EIS Joint Observations of the Quiet Sun [13]
    Landi, E. & Young, P. R., ApJ, 707, 1191
  23. Physical Properties of Cooling Plasma in Quiescent Active Region Loops [19]
    Landi, E., Miralles, M. P., Curdt, W. & Hara, H., ApJ, 695, 221
  24. Measurements of spectral lines observed with Hinode/EIS as implications for coronal heating [13]
    Li, Ying & Ding, Ming-De, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, 9, 829
  25. 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
  26. Using HINODE/Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer to Confirm a Seismologically Inferred Coronal Temperature [12]
    Marsh, M. S. & Walsh, R. W., ApJ, 706, L76
  27. The Inconvenient Truth About Coronal Dimmings [17]
    McIntosh, Scott W., ApJ, 693, 1306
  28. Observing Episodic Coronal Heating Events Rooted in Chromospheric Activity [84]
    McIntosh, Scott W. & De Pontieu, Bart, ApJ, 706, L80
  29. Velocity Characteristics of Evaporated Plasma Using Hinode/EUV Imaging Spectrometer [148]
    Milligan, Ryan O. & Dennis, Brian R., ApJ, 699, 968
  30. The Rotating Sunspot in AR 10930 [62]
    Min, Soonyoung & Chae, Jongchul, Solar Physics, 258, 203
  31. Deconstructing Active Region AR10961 Using STEREO, Hinode, TRACE, and SOHO [5]
    Noglik, Jane B., Walsh, Robert W., Maclean, Rhona C. & Marsh, M. S., ApJ, 703, 1923
  32. On oscillations found in an active region with EIS on Hinode [12]
    O'Shea, E. & Doyle, J. G., A&A, 494, 355
  33. Forward modelling to determine the observational signatures of propagating slow waves for TRACE, SoHO/CDS, and Hinode/EIS [27]
    Owen, N. R., De Moortel, I. & Hood, A. W., A&A, 494, 339
  34. Spectroscopic Observations of Hot Lines Constraining Coronal Heating in Solar Active Regions [41]
    Patsourakos, S. & Klimchuk, J. A., ApJ, 696, 760
  35. Observational Evidence for Coronal Twisted Flux Rope [9]
    Raouafi, N. -E., ApJ, 691, L128
  36. A New View of the Sun with Hinode Mission [0]
    Sakao, Taro, Tsuneta, Saku, Shimojo, Masumi, Narukage, Noriyuki, Kano, Ryouhei, Obara, Takahiro, Watari, Shinichi & Hinode Team, Transactions of Space Technology Japan, 7, Tr_2
  37. Large-Scale Flows in Prominence Cavities [32]
    Schmit, D. J., Gibson, S. E., Tomczyk, S., Reeves, K. K., Sterling, Alphonse C., Brooks, D. H., Williams, D. R. & Tripathi, D., ApJ, 700, L96
  38. Heating Diagnostics with MHD Waves [65]
    Taroyan, Y. & Erdélyi, R., Space Science Reviews, 149, 229
  39. Temperature Tomography of a Coronal Sigmoid Supporting the Gradual Formation of a Flux Rope [38]
    Tripathi, Durgesh, Kliem, Bernhard, Mason, Helen E., Young, Peter R. & Green, Lucie M., ApJ, 698, L27
  40. Active Region Loops: Hinode/Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer Observations [114]
    Tripathi, Durgesh, Mason, Helen E., Dwivedi, Bhola N., del Zanna, Giulio & Young, Peter R., ApJ, 694, 1256
  41. Active Region Transition Region Loop Populations and Their Relationship to the Corona [92]
    Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio, Warren, Harry P. & Brooks, David H., ApJ, 695, 642
  42. Propagating Slow Magnetoacoustic Waves in Coronal Loops Observed by Hinode/EIS [73]
    Wang, T. J., Ofman, L. & Davila, J. M., ApJ, 696, 1448
  43. Hinode/EIS observations of propagating low-frequency slow magnetoacoustic waves in fan-like coronal loops [89]
    Wang, T. J., Ofman, L., Davila, J. M. & Mariska, J. T., A&A, 503, L25
  44. The Temperature and Density Structure of the Solar Corona. I. Observations of the Quiet Sun with the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [53]
    Warren, Harry P. & Brooks, David H., ApJ, 700, 762
  45. 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
  46. Evidence from the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer for Axial Filament Rotation before a Large Flare [19]
    Williams, David R., Harra, Louise K., Brooks, David H., Imada, Shinsuke & Hansteen, Viggo H., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 61, 493
  47. New EUV Fe IX Emission Line Identifications from Hinode/EIS [30]
    Young, P. R., ApJ, 691, L77
  48. Chianti—An Atomic Database for Emission Lines. XI. Extreme-Ultraviolet Emission Lines of Fe VII, Fe VIII, and Fe IX Observed by Hinode/EIS [33]
    Young, P. R. & Landi, E., ApJ, 707, 173
  49. High-precision density measurements in the solar corona. I. Analysis methods and results for Fe XII and Fe XIII [150]
    Young, P. R., Watanabe, T., Hara, H. & Mariska, J. T., A&A, 495, 587

Author-country information

This table shows the location of the first authors of the papers given above. The information is extracted from the affiliations of the authors stored in ADS. Of the 49 papers, 46 affiliations could be extracted.

CountryFirst author papers
US19
UK16
Japan4
China3
India2
Rep. Korea1
Italy1


Last revised on Fri Apr 8 16:04:08 2022