EIS Publications in 2011

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. Hinode observations and 3D magnetic structure of an X-ray bright point [19]
    Alexander, C. E., Del Zanna, G. & Maclean, R. C., A&A, 526, A134
  2. Propagating MHD Waves in Coronal Holes [57]
    Banerjee, D., Gupta, G. R. & Teriaca, L., Space Science Reviews, 158, 267
  3. Establishing a Connection Between Active Region Outflows and the Solar Wind: Abundance Measurements with EIS/Hinode [98]
    Brooks, David H. & Warren, Harry P., ApJ, 727, L13
  4. EUV Spectral Line Formation and the Temperature Structure of Active Region Fan Loops: Observations with Hinode/EIS and SDO/AIA [32]
    Brooks, David H., Warren, Harry P. & Young, Peter R., ApJ, 730, 85
  5. 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
  6. The quiet Sun average Doppler shift of coronal lines up to 2 MK [29]
    Dadashi, N., Teriaca, L. & Solanki, S. K., A&A, 534, A90
  7. The Origins of Hot Plasma in the Solar Corona [297]
    De Pontieu, B., McIntosh, S. W., Carlsson, M., Hansteen, V. H., Tarbell, T. D., Boerner, P., Martinez-Sykora, J., Schrijver, C. J. & Title, A. M., Science, 331, 55
  8. A single picture for solar coronal outflows and radio noise storms [78]
    Del Zanna, G., Aulanier, G., Klein, K. -L. & Török, T., A&A, 526, A137
  9. 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
  10. SDO AIA and Hinode EIS observations of "warm" loops [110]
    Del Zanna, G., O'Dwyer, B. & Mason, H. E., A&A, 535, A46
  11. On the Nature of the Spectral Line Broadening in Solar Coronal Dimmings [15]
    Dolla, L. R. & Zhukov, A. N., ApJ, 730, 113
  12. Hinode/EIS plasma diagnostics in the flaring solar chromosphere [33]
    Graham, D. R., Fletcher, L. & Hannah, I. G., A&A, 532, A27
  13. Photospheric flux cancellation and associated flux rope formation and eruption [158]
    Green, L. M., Kliem, B. & Wallace, A. J., A&A, 526, A2
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. Spectroscopic Observations of a Coronal Moreton Wave [38]
    Harra, Louise K., Sterling, Alphonse C., Gömöry, Peter & Veronig, Astrid, ApJ, 737, L4
  18. Nonlinear force-free field extrapolation of the coronal magnetic field using the data obtained by the Hinode satellite [16]
    He, Han, Wang, Huaning & Yan, Yihua, Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics), 116, A01101
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. Continuous upflows and sporadic downflows observed in active regions [43]
    Kamio, S., Peter, H., Curdt, W. & Solanki, S. K., A&A, 532, A96
  22. EUV lines observed with EIS/Hinode in a solar prominence [22]
    Labrosse, N., Schmieder, B., Heinzel, P. & Watanabe, T., A&A, 531, A69
  23. Two Types of Extreme-ultraviolet Brightenings In AR 10926 Observed by Hinode/EIS [6]
    Lee, K. -S., Moon, Y. -J., Kim, Sujin, Choe, G. S., Cho, Kyung-Suk & Imada, S., ApJ, 736, 15
  24. 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
  25. Different Patterns of Chromospheric Evaporation in a Flaring Region Observed with Hinode/EIS [35]
    Li, Y. & Ding, M. D., ApJ, 727, 98
  26. Dynamics and plasma properties of an X-ray jet from SUMER, EIS, XRT, and EUVI A & B simultaneous observations [42]
    Madjarska, M. S., A&A, 526, A19
  27. Can coronal hole spicules reach coronal temperatures? [36]
    Madjarska, M. S., Vanninathan, K. & Doyle, J. G., A&A, 532, L1
  28. Observed Damping of the Slow Magnetoacoustic Mode [19]
    Marsh, M. S., De Moortel, I. & Walsh, R. W., ApJ, 734, 81
  29. What do Spectral Line Profile Asymmetries Tell us About the Solar Atmosphere? [42]
    Martínez-Sykora, Juan, De Pontieu, Bart, Hansteen, Viggo & McIntosh, Scott W., ApJ, 732, 84
  30. 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
  31. Spatially Resolved Nonthermal Line Broadening during the Impulsive Phase of a Solar Flare [45]
    Milligan, Ryan O., ApJ, 740, 70
  32. Hard X-ray Source Distributions on EUV Bright Kernels in a Solar Flare [10]
    Ning, Zongjun & Cao, Wenda, Solar Physics, 269, 283
  33. Spectroscopic Observations of Continuous Outflows and Propagating Waves from NOAA 10942 with Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer/Hinode [41]
    Nishizuka, N. & Hara, H., ApJ, 737, L43
  34. Hinode extreme-ultraviolet imaging spectrometer observations of a limb active region [35]
    O'Dwyer, B., Del Zanna, G., Mason, H. E., Sterling, A. C., Tripathi, D. & Young, P. R., A&A, 525, A137
  35. Warm and Fuzzy: Temperature and Density Analysis of an Fe XV EUV Imaging Spectrometer Loop [18]
    Schmelz, J. T., Rightmire, L. A., Saar, S. H., Kimble, J. A., Worley, B. T. & Pathak, S., ApJ, 738, 146
  36. Forward Modeling Cavity Density: A Multi-instrument Diagnostic [27]
    Schmit, D. J. & Gibson, S. E., ApJ, 733, 1
  37. On the Anti-correlation between Spectral Line Broadening and Intensity in Coronal Structures Observed with EIS [8]
    Scott, J. T. & Martens, P. C. H., ApJ, 742, 101
  38. The Response of A Three-dimensional Solar Atmosphere to Wave-driven Jets [16]
    Scullion, E., Erdélyi, R., Fedun, V. & Doyle, J. G., ApJ, 743, 14
  39. 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
  40. Observational Signatures of Impulsively Heated Coronal Loops: Power-Law Distribution of Energies [7]
    Taroyan, Y., Erdélyi, R. & Bradshaw, S. J., Solar Physics, 269, 295
  41. Temperature Distribution of a Non-flaring Active Region from Simultaneous Hinode XRT and EIS Observations [52]
    Testa, Paola, Reale, Fabio, Landi, Enrico, DeLuca, Edward E. & Kashyap, Vinay, ApJ, 728, 30
  42. The Spectroscopic Signature of Quasi-periodic Upflows in Active Region Timeseries [88]
    Tian, Hui, McIntosh, Scott W. & De Pontieu, Bart, ApJ, 727, L37
  43. Two Components of the Solar Coronal Emission Revealed by Extreme-ultraviolet Spectroscopic Observations [91]
    Tian, Hui, McIntosh, Scott W., De Pontieu, Bart, Martínez-Sykora, Juan, Sechler, Marybeth & Wang, Xin, ApJ, 738, 18
  44. 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
  45. Emission Measure Distribution and Heating of Two Active Region Cores [67]
    Tripathi, Durgesh, Klimchuk, James A. & Mason, Helen E., ApJ, 740, 111
  46. Temporal Variability of Active Region Outflows [41]
    Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio & Warren, Harry P., ApJ, 730, 37
  47. The First Measurement of the Adiabatic Index in the Solar Corona Using Time-dependent Spectroscopy of Hinode/EIS Observations [87]
    Van Doorsselaere, Tom, Wardle, Nick, Del Zanna, Giulio, Jansari, Kishan, Verwichte, Erwin & Nakariakov, Valery M., ApJ, 727, L32
  48. Plasma Diagnostics of an EIT Wave Observed by Hinode/EIS and SDO/AIA [43]
    Veronig, A. M., Gömöry, P., Kienreich, I. W., Muhr, N., Vršnak, B., Temmer, M. & Warren, H. P., ApJ, 743, L10
  49. Underflight Calibration of SOHO/CDS and Hinode/EIS with EUNIS-07 [26]
    Wang, Tongjiang, Thomas, Roger J., Brosius, Jeffrey W., Young, Peter R., Rabin, Douglas M., Davila, Joseph M. & Del Zanna, Giulio, ApJS, 197, 32
  50. Constraints on the Heating of High-temperature Active Region Loops: Observations from Hinode and the Solar Dynamics Observatory [97]
    Warren, Harry P., Brooks, David H. & Winebarger, Amy R., ApJ, 734, 90
  51. The Temperature Dependence of Solar Active Region Outflows [61]
    Warren, Harry P., Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio, Young, Peter R. & Stenborg, Guillermo, ApJ, 727, 58
  52. Coronal Seismology Using EIT Waves: Estimation of the Coronal Magnetic Field Strength in the Quiet Sun [33]
    West, M. J., Zhukov, A. N., Dolla, L. & Rodriguez, L., ApJ, 730, 122
  53. 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
  54. Using a Differential Emission Measure and Density Measurements in an Active Region Core to Test a Steady Heating Model [98]
    Winebarger, Amy R., Schmelz, Joan T., Warren, Harry P., Saar, Steve H. & Kashyap, Vinay L., ApJ, 740, 2
  55. Observations of EUV and soft X-ray recurring jets in an active region [29]
    Yang, Li-Heng, Jiang, Yun-Chun, Yang, Jia-Yan, Bi, Yi, Zheng, Rui-Sheng & Hong, Jun-Chao, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, 11, 1229

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 55 papers, 54 affiliations could be extracted.

CountryFirst author papers
US18
UK16
China5
Germany4
Japan3
India2
Belgium2
Austria2
Norway1
Rep. Korea1


Last revised on Fri Apr 8 16:04:18 2022