EIS Publications in 2012

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. Observing the Fine Structure of Loops through High-resolution Spectroscopic Observations of Coronal Rain with the CRISP Instrument at the Swedish Solar Telescope [133]
    Antolin, P. & Rouppe van der Voort, L., ApJ, 745, 152
  2. Forecasting a CME by Spectroscopic Precursor? [16]
    Baker, D., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L. & Green, L. M., Solar Physics, 276, 219
  3. Spectroscopic Signature of Alfvén Waves Damping in a Polar Coronal Hole up to 0.4 Solar Radii [54]
    Bemporad, A. & Abbo, L., ApJ, 751, 110
  4. Flows at the Edge of an Active Region: Observation and Interpretation [17]
    Boutry, C., Buchlin, E., Vial, J. -C. & Régnier, S., ApJ, 752, 13
  5. The Coronal Source of Extreme-ultraviolet Line Profile Asymmetries in Solar Active Region Outflows [41]
    Brooks, David H. & Warren, Harry P., ApJ, 760, L5
  6. Solar Coronal Loops Resolved by Hinode and the Solar Dynamics Observatory [76]
    Brooks, David H., Warren, Harry P. & Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio, ApJ, 755, L33
  7. Doppler shift of hot coronal lines in a moss area of an active region [14]
    Dadashi, N., Teriaca, L., Tripathi, D., Solanki, S. K. & Wiegelmann, T., A&A, 548, A115
  8. Benchmarking atomic data for the CHIANTI atomic database: coronal lines observed by Hinode EIS [58]
    Del Zanna, G., A&A, 537, A38
  9. Atomic data for astrophysics: Fe xii soft X-ray lines [40]
    Del Zanna, G., Storey, P. J., Badnell, N. R. & Mason, H. E., A&A, 543, A139
  10. The Dynamics and Heating of Active Region Loops [30]
    Doschek, G. A., ApJ, 754, 153
  11. Outflow Velocity Structure in the Upper Transition Region and Corona [0]
    Gabriel, Alan & Abbo, Lucia, Solar Physics, 280, 435
  12. Comparison between observed and theoretical O IV line ratios in the UV/EUV solar spectrum as derived by SUMER, CDS and EIS [7]
    Giunta, A. S., Fludra, A., O'Mullane, M. G. & Summers, H. P., A&A, 538, A88
  13. Evidence of Wave Damping at Low Heights in a Polar Coronal Hole [63]
    Hahn, M., Landi, E. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 753, 36
  14. Differential emission measures from the regularized inversion of Hinode and SDO data [210]
    Hannah, I. G. & Kontar, E. P., A&A, 539, A146
  15. Non-thermal Response of the Corona to the Magnetic Flux Dispersal in the Photosphere of a Decaying Active Region [3]
    Harra, L. K. & Abramenko, V. I., ApJ, 759, 104
  16. The Creation of Outflowing Plasma in the Corona at Emerging Flux Regions: Comparing Observations and Simulations [23]
    Harra, L. K., Archontis, V., Pedram, E., Hood, A. W., Shelton, D. L. & van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Solar Physics, 278, 47
  17. A Global Two-temperature Corona and Inner Heliosphere Model: A Comprehensive Validation Study [43]
    Jin, M., Manchester, W. B., van der Holst, B., Gruesbeck, J. R., Frazin, R. A., Landi, E., Vasquez, A. M., Lamy, P. L., Llebaria, A., Fedorov, A., Toth, G. & Gombosi, T. I., ApJ, 745, 6
  18. Long-Term Variation of the Corona in Quiet Regions [7]
    Kamio, S. & Mariska, J. T., Solar Physics, 279, 419
  19. Oscillations in Active Region Fan Loops: Observations from EIS/ Hinode and AIA/SDO [25]
    Krishna Prasad, S., Banerjee, D. & Singh, Jagdev, Solar Physics, 281, 67
  20. Temperature and Extreme-ultraviolet Intensity in a Coronal Prominence Cavity and Streamer [27]
    Kucera, T. A., Gibson, S. E., Schmit, D. J., Landi, E. & Tripathi, D., ApJ, 757, 73
  21. New Solar Wind Diagnostic Using Both in Situ and Spectroscopic Measurements [29]
    Landi, E., Gruesbeck, J. R., Lepri, S. T. & Zurbuchen, T. H., ApJ, 750, 159
  22. Post-Coronal Mass Ejection Plasma Observed by Hinode [19]
    Landi, E., Raymond, J. C., Miralles, M. P. & Hara, H., ApJ, 751, 21
  23. Monte Carlo Markov chain DEM reconstruction of isothermal plasmas [18]
    Landi, E., Reale, F. & Testa, P., A&A, 538, A111
  24. Analysis and Modeling of Two Flare Loops Observed by AIA and EIS [13]
    Li, Y., Qiu, J. & Ding, M. D., ApJ, 758, 52
  25. Interaction and eruption of two filaments observed by Hinode, SOHO, and STEREO [6]
    Li, Ying & Ding, Ming-De, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, 12, 287
  26. Coronal hole boundaries evolution at small scales. III. EIS and SUMER views [37]
    Madjarska, M. S., Huang, Z., Doyle, J. G. & Subramanian, S., A&A, 545, A67
  27. Multi-wavelength Spectroscopic Observation of Extreme-ultraviolet Jet in AR 10960 [17]
    Matsui, Y., Yokoyama, T., Kitagawa, N. & Imada, S., ApJ, 759, 15
  28. Recent Observations of Plasma and Alfvénic Wave Energy Injection at the Base of the Fast Solar Wind [20]
    McIntosh, Scott W., Space Science Reviews, 172, 69
  29. On the Doppler Velocity of Emission Line Profiles Formed in the "Coronal Contraflow" that Is the Chromosphere-Corona Mass Cycle [48]
    McIntosh, Scott W., Tian, Hui, Sechler, Marybeth & De Pontieu, Bart, ApJ, 749, 60
  30. On the Nature and Genesis of EUV Waves: A Synthesis of Observations from SOHO, STEREO, SDO, and Hinode (Invited Review) [109]
    Patsourakos, Spiros & Vourlidas, Angelos, Solar Physics, 281, 187
  31. The Cold Shoulder: Emission Measure Distributions of Active Region Cores [34]
    Schmelz, J. T. & Pathak, S., ApJ, 756, 126
  32. EUV Analysis of a Quasi-static Coronal Loop Structure [6]
    Scott, J. T., Martens, P. C. H. & McKenzie, D. E., Solar Physics, 276, 113
  33. Coronal Cells [19]
    Sheeley, N. R., Jr. & Warren, H. P., ApJ, 749, 40
  34. What is the true nature of blinkers? [8]
    Subramanian, S., Madjarska, M. S., Doyle, J. G. & Bewsher, D., A&A, 538, A50
  35. Study of the Three-Dimensional Shape and Dynamics of Coronal Loops Observed by Hinode/EIS [4]
    Syntelis, P., Gontikakis, C., Georgoulis, M. K., Alissandrakis, C. E. & Tsinganos, K., Solar Physics, 280, 475
  36. Spectroscopic Observations of Fe XVIII in Solar Active Regions [30]
    Teriaca, Luca, Warren, Harry P. & Curdt, Werner, ApJ, 754, L40
  37. 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
  38. Investigating the Reliability of Coronal Emission Measure Distribution Diagnostics using Three-dimensional Radiative Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations [41]
    Testa, Paola, De Pontieu, Bart, Martínez-Sykora, Juan, Hansteen, Viggo & Carlsson, Mats, ApJ, 758, 54
  39. Persistent Doppler Shift Oscillations Observed with Hinode/EIS in the Solar Corona: Spectroscopic Signatures of Alfvénic Waves and Recurring Upflows [92]
    Tian, Hui, McIntosh, Scott W., Wang, Tongjiang, Ofman, Leon, De Pontieu, Bart, Innes, Davina E. & Peter, Hardi, ApJ, 759, 144
  40. What can We Learn about Solar Coronal Mass Ejections, Coronal Dimmings, and Extreme-ultraviolet Jets through Spectroscopic Observations? [72]
    Tian, Hui, McIntosh, Scott W., Xia, Lidong, He, Jiansen & Wang, Xin, ApJ, 748, 106
  41. Active Region Moss: Doppler Shifts from Hinode/Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer Observations [20]
    Tripathi, Durgesh, Mason, Helen E. & Klimchuk, James A., ApJ, 753, 37
  42. Observations of Plasma Upflow in a Warm Loop with Hinode/EIS [16]
    Tripathi, Durgesh, Mason, Helen E., Del Zanna, Giulio & Bradshaw, Steven, ApJ, 754, L4
  43. Is Active Region Core Variability Age Dependent? [24]
    Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio & Warren, Harry P., ApJ, 761, 21
  44. Nonlinear Force-Free Extrapolation of Emerging Flux with a Global Twist and Serpentine Fine Structures [65]
    Valori, G., Green, L. M., Démoulin, P., Vargas Domínguez, S., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Wallace, A., Baker, D. & Fuhrmann, M., Solar Physics, 278, 73
  45. A Systematic Survey of High-temperature Emission in Solar Active Regions [146]
    Warren, Harry P., Winebarger, Amy R. & Brooks, David H., ApJ, 759, 141
  46. Hinode Flare Catalogue [46]
    Watanabe, K., Masuda, S. & Segawa, T., Solar Physics, 279, 317
  47. 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
  48. Defining the "Blind Spot" of Hinode EIS and XRT Temperature Measurements [48]
    Winebarger, Amy R., Warren, Harry P., Schmelz, Joan T., Cirtain, Jonathan, Mulu-Moore, Fana, Golub, Leon & Kobayashi, Ken, ApJ, 746, L17
  49. Velocity Measurements for a Solar Active Region Fan Loop from Hinode/EIS Observations [58]
    Young, P. R., O'Dwyer, B. & Mason, H. E., ApJ, 744, 14
  50. Magnetic Topology of Active Regions and Coronal Holes: Implications for Coronal Outflows and the Solar Wind [55]
    van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Culhane, J. L., Baker, D., Démoulin, P., Mandrini, C. H., DeRosa, M. L., Rouillard, A. P., Opitz, A., Stenborg, G., Vourlidas, A. & Brooks, D. H., Solar Physics, 281, 237

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
US22
UK10
France3
Japan3
Germany3
India3
Greece2
China2
Norway1
Italy1


Last revised on Fri Apr 8 16:04:23 2022