EIS Publications in 2010

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. 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. Characteristics and Evolution of the Magnetic Field and Chromospheric Emission in an Active Region Core Observed by Hinode [4]
    Brooks, David H., Warren, Harry P. & Winebarger, Amy R., ApJ, 720, 1380
  4. Multiple Component Outflows in an Active Region Observed with the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [73]
    Bryans, P., Young, P. R. & Doschek, G. A., ApJ, 715, 1012
  5. Evidence of Explosive Evaporation in a Microflare Observed by Hinode/EIS [34]
    Chen, F. & Ding, M. D., ApJ, 724, 640
  6. Spectroscopic Analysis of an EIT Wave/dimming Observed by Hinode/EIS [22]
    Chen, F., Ding, M. D. & Chen, P. F., ApJ, 720, 1254
  7. Quasi-periodic Propagating Signals in the Solar Corona: The Signature of Magnetoacoustic Waves or High-velocity Upflows? [106]
    De Pontieu, Bart & McIntosh, Scott W., ApJ, 722, 1013
  8. Benchmarking atomic data for astrophysics: Fe xi [36]
    Del Zanna, G., A&A, 514, A41
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. The Diagnostics of the κ-Distributions from EUV Spectra [26]
    Dzifčáková, E. & Kulinová, A., Solar Physics, 263, 25
  12. Three-dimensional Morphology of a Coronal Prominence Cavity [79]
    Gibson, S. E., Kucera, T. A., Rastawicki, D., Dove, J., de Toma, G., Hao, J., Hill, S., Hudson, H. S., Marqué, C., McIntosh, P. S., Rachmeler, L., Reeves, K. K., Schmieder, B., Schmit, D. J., Seaton, D. B., Sterling, A. C., Tripathi, D., Williams, D. R. & Zhang, M., ApJ, 724, 1133
  13. Coronal Fuzziness Modeled with Pulse-heated Multi-stranded Loop Systems [30]
    Guarrasi, Massimiliano, Reale, Fabio & Peres, Giovanni, ApJ, 719, 576
  14. Multiwavelength Observations of Small-scale Reconnection Events Triggered by Magnetic Flux Emergence in the Solar Atmosphere [87]
    Guglielmino, S. L., Bellot Rubio, L. R., Zuccarello, F., Aulanier, G., Vargas Domínguez, S. & Kamio, S., ApJ, 724, 1083
  15. High-resolution observations of interactions during the emergence of magnetic flux from the photosphere to the corona [0]
    Guglielmino, S. L., Bellot Rubio, L. R., Zuccarello, F., Romano, P. & Vargas Domínguez, S., Memorie della Societa Astronomica Italiana Supplementi, 14, 184
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. On Redshifts and Blueshifts in the Transition Region and Corona [113]
    Hansteen, V. H., Hara, H., De Pontieu, B. & Carlsson, M., ApJ, 718, 1070
  19. Response of the Solar Atmosphere to the Emergence of `Serpentine' Magnetic Field [25]
    Harra, L. K., Magara, T., Hara, H., Tsuneta, S., Okamoto, T. J. & Wallace, A. J., Solar Physics, 263, 105
  20. 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
  21. Intermittent outflows at the edge of an active region - a possible source of the solar wind? [44]
    He, J. -S., Marsch, E., Tu, C. -Y., Guo, L. -J. & Tian, H., A&A, 516, A14
  22. Observations of a rotating macrospicule associated with an X-ray jet [57]
    Kamio, S., Curdt, W., Teriaca, L., Inhester, B. & Solanki, S. K., A&A, 510, L1
  23. Modeling of EIS Spectrum Drift from Instrumental Temperatures [68]
    Kamio, S., Hara, H., Watanabe, T., Fredvik, T. & Hansteen, V. H., Solar Physics, 266, 209
  24. Emission lines of FeXI in the 257-407Å wavelength region observed in solar spectra from EIS/Hinode and SERTS [2]
    Keenan, F. P., Milligan, R. O., Jess, D. B., Aggarwal, K. M., Mathioudakis, M., Thomas, R. J., Brosius, J. W. & Davila, J. M., MNRAS, 404, 1617
  25. Mode Identification of MHD Waves in an Active Region Observed with Hinode/EIS [28]
    Kitagawa, N., Yokoyama, T., Imada, S. & Hara, H., ApJ, 721, 744
  26. The Relative Intensity Calibration of Hinode/EIS and SOHO/SUMER [17]
    Landi, E. & Young, P. R., ApJ, 714, 636
  27. New Fe VIII Line Identifications using Observations of the Quiet Sun [8]
    Landi, E. & Young, P. R., ApJ, 713, 205
  28. Physical Conditions in a Coronal Mass Ejection from Hinode, Stereo, and SOHO Observations [73]
    Landi, E., Raymond, J. C., Miralles, M. P. & Hara, H., ApJ, 711, 75
  29. 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
  30. Doppler-shift, Intensity, and Density Oscillations Observed with the Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [34]
    Mariska, John T. & Muglach, K., ApJ, 713, 573
  31. The Impact of New EUV Diagnostics on CME-Related Kinematics [11]
    McIntosh, Scott W., de Pontieu, Bart & Leamon, Robert J., Solar Physics, 265, 5
  32. The Electron Temperature of the Solar Transition Region as Derived from EIS and SUMER [13]
    Muglach, K., Landi, E. & Doschek, G. A., ApJ, 708, 550
  33. 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
  34. Asymmetries of solar coronal extreme ultraviolet emission lines [77]
    Peter, H., A&A, 521, A51
  35. 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
  36. Multi-stranded and Multi-thermal Solar Coronal Loops: Evidence from Hinode X-ray Telescope and EUV Imaging Spectrometer Data [35]
    Schmelz, J. T., Saar, S. H., Nasraoui, K., Kashyap, V. L., Weber, M. A., DeLuca, E. E. & Golub, L., ApJ, 723, 1180
  37. Evidence of wave harmonics in a brightened magnetic network observed from Hinode/EIS [5]
    Srivastava, A. K., New Astronomy, 15, 621
  38. Signature of slow acoustic oscillations in a non-flaring loop observed by EIS/Hinode [37]
    Srivastava, A. K. & Dwivedi, B. N., New Astronomy, 15, 8
  39. Observations from Hinode/EIS of intensity oscillations above a bright point: signature of the leakage of acoustic oscillations in the inner corona [16]
    Srivastava, A. K. & Dwivedi, B. N., MNRAS, 405, 2317
  40. Evidence for magnetic flux cancelation leading to an ejective solar eruption observed by Hinode, TRACE, STEREO, and SoHO/MDI [37]
    Sterling, A. C., Chifor, C., Mason, H. E., Moore, R. L. & Young, P. R., A&A, 521, A49
  41. 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
  42. Review of Hinode results [3]
    Suematsu, Y., Astronomische Nachrichten, 331, 605
  43. 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
  44. Active region moss. Basic physical parameters and their temporal variation [35]
    Tripathi, D., Mason, H. E., Del Zanna, G. & Young, P. R., A&A, 518, A42
  45. Evidence of Impulsive Heating in Active Region Core Loops [31]
    Tripathi, Durgesh, Mason, Helen E. & Klimchuk, James A., ApJ, 723, 713
  46. Periodic Spectral Line Asymmetries in Solar Coronal Structures from Slow Magnetoacoustic Waves [65]
    Verwichte, E., Marsh, M., Foullon, C., Van Doorsselaere, T., De Moortel, I., Hood, A. W. & Nakariakov, V. M., ApJ, 724, L194
  47. 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
  48. Modeling Evolving Coronal Loops with Observations from Stereo, Hinode, and Trace [21]
    Warren, Harry P., Kim, David M., DeGiorgi, Amanda M. & Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio, ApJ, 713, 1095
  49. Evidence for Steady Heating: Observations of an Active Region Core with Hinode and TRACE [60]
    Warren, Harry P., Winebarger, Amy R. & Brooks, David H., ApJ, 711, 228
  50. 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

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 50 papers, 50 affiliations could be extracted.

CountryFirst author papers
US21
UK9
Germany5
India4
Japan3
Italy3
China3
Czech Rep.1
Norway1


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