EIS Publications in 2013

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. Plasma Composition in a Sigmoidal Anemone Active Region [28]
    Baker, D., Brooks, D. H., Démoulin, P., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Green, L. M., Steed, K. & Carlyle, J., ApJ, 778, 69
  2. On-Orbit Degradation of Solar Instruments [64]
    BenMoussa, A., Gissot, S., Schühle, U., Del Zanna, G., Auchère, F., Mekaoui, S., Jones, A. R., Walton, D., Eyles, C. J., Thuillier, G., Seaton, D., Dammasch, I. E., Cessateur, G., Meftah, M., Andretta, V., Berghmans, D., Bewsher, D., Bolsée, D., Bradley, L., Brown, D. S., Chamberlin, P. C., Dewitte, S., Didkovsky, L. V., Dominique, M., Eparvier, F. G., Foujols, T., Gillotay, D., Giordanengo, B., Halain, J. P., Hock, R. A., Irbah, A., Jeppesen, C., Judge, D. L., Kretzschmar, M., McMullin, D. R., Nicula, B., Schmutz, W., Ucker, G., Wieman, S., Woodraska, D. & Woods, T. N., Solar Physics, 288, 389
  3. Observationally driven 3D magnetohydrodynamics model of the solar corona above an active region [45]
    Bourdin, Ph. -A., Bingert, S. & Peter, H., A&A, 555, A123
  4. High Spatial Resolution Observations of Loops in the Solar Corona [77]
    Brooks, David H., Warren, Harry P., Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio & Winebarger, Amy R., ApJ, 772, L19
  5. Rapid Evolution of the Solar Atmosphere during the Impulsive Phase of a Microflare Observed with the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer aboard Hinode: Hints of Chromospheric Magnetic Reconnection [14]
    Brosius, Jeffrey W., ApJ, 777, 135
  6. Chromospheric Evaporation in Solar Flare Loop Strands Observed with the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Board Hinode [41]
    Brosius, Jeffrey W., ApJ, 762, 133
  7. Energy release in the solar corona from spatially resolved magnetic braids [197]
    Cirtain, J. W., Golub, L., Winebarger, A. R., de Pontieu, B., Kobayashi, K., Moore, R. L., Walsh, R. W., Korreck, K. E., Weber, M., McCauley, P., Title, A., Kuzin, S. & Deforest, C. E., Nature, 493, 501
  8. A revised radiometric calibration for the Hinode/EIS instrument [75]
    Del Zanna, G., A&A, 555, A47
  9. The multi-thermal emission in solar active regions [113]
    Del Zanna, G., A&A, 558, A73
  10. Atomic data for astrophysics: Fe xi soft X-ray lines [21]
    Del Zanna, G. & Storey, P. J., A&A, 549, A42
  11. Chromospheric Evaporation in an M1.8 Flare Observed by the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [47]
    Doschek, G. A., Warren, H. P. & Young, P. R., ApJ, 767, 55
  12. The 3D Geometry of Active Region Upflows Deduced from Their Limb-to-Limb Evolution [19]
    Démoulin, P., Baker, D., Mandrini, C. H. & van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Solar Physics, 283, 341
  13. The Emission Measure Distribution of Impulsive Phase Flare Footpoints [32]
    Graham, D. R., Hannah, I. G., Fletcher, L. & Milligan, R. O., ApJ, 767, 83
  14. Can the Differential Emission Measure Constrain the Timescale of Energy Deposition in the Corona? [37]
    Guennou, C., Auchère, F., Klimchuk, J. A., Bocchialini, K. & Parenti, S., ApJ, 774, 31
  15. Observational Quantification of the Energy Dissipated by Alfvén Waves in a Polar Coronal Hole: Evidence that Waves Drive the Fast Solar Wind [47]
    Hahn, M. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 776, 78
  16. Measurements of Anisotropic Ion Temperatures, Non-thermal Velocities, and Doppler Shifts in a Coronal Hole [9]
    Hahn, M. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 763, 106
  17. Evidence for wave heating in the solar corona [0]
    Hahn, Michael, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1293, 45
  18. The Location of Non-thermal Velocity in the Early Phases of Large Flares—Revealing Pre-eruption Flux Ropes [20]
    Harra, Louise K., Matthews, Sarah, Culhane, J. L., Cheung, Mark C. M., Kontar, Eduard P. & Hara, Hirohisa, ApJ, 774, 122
  19. Evidence for Hot Fast Flow above a Solar Flare Arcade [35]
    Imada, S., Aoki, K., Hara, H., Watanabe, T., Harra, L. K. & Shimizu, T., ApJ, 776, L11
  20. The Relationship between Extreme Ultraviolet Non-thermal Line Broadening and High-energy Particles during Solar Flares [2]
    Kawate, T. & Imada, S., ApJ, 775, 122
  21. Hot Plasma Associated with a Coronal Mass Ejection [8]
    Landi, E., Miralles, M. P., Raymond, J. C. & Hara, H., ApJ, 778, 29
  22. Fast Extreme-ultraviolet Dimming Associated with a Coronal Jet Seen in Multi-wavelength and Stereoscopic Observations [21]
    Lee, K. -S., Innes, D. E., Moon, Y. -J., Shibata, K., Lee, Jin-Yi & Park, Y. -D., ApJ, 766, 1
  23. Measuring the Magnetic-Field Strength of the Quiet Solar Corona Using "EIT Waves" [28]
    Long, D. M., Williams, D. R., Régnier, S. & Harra, L. K., Solar Physics, 288, 567
  24. On the Possibility to Diagnose the Non-Maxwellian κ-Distributions from the Hinode/EIS EUV Spectra [15]
    Mackovjak, Š., Dzifčáková, E. & Dudík, J., Solar Physics, 282, 263
  25. On-Orbit Sensitivity Evolution of the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [9]
    Mariska, J. T., Solar Physics, 282, 629
  26. A Detailed Comparison between the Observed and Synthesized Properties of a Simulated Type II Spicule [29]
    Martínez-Sykora, Juan, De Pontieu, Bart, Leenaarts, Jorrit, Pereira, Tiago M. D., Carlsson, Mats, Hansteen, Viggo, Stern, Julie V., Tian, Hui, McIntosh, Scott W. & Rouppe van der Voort, Luc, ApJ, 771, 66
  27. A Global Wave-driven Magnetohydrodynamic Solar Model with a Unified Treatment of Open and Closed Magnetic Field Topologies [70]
    Oran, R., van der Holst, B., Landi, E., Jin, M., Sokolov, I. V. & Gombosi, T. I., ApJ, 778, 176
  28. Direct Observations of Plasma Upflows and Condensation in a Catastrophically Cooling Solar Transition Region Loop [6]
    Orange, N. B., Chesny, D. L., Oluseyi, H. M., Hesterly, K., Patel, M. & Champey, P., ApJ, 778, 90
  29. Fast Differential Emission Measure Inversion of Solar Coronal Data [43]
    Plowman, Joseph, Kankelborg, Charles & Martens, Petrus, ApJ, 771, 2
  30. Atmospheric Imaging Assembly Response Functions: Solving the Fe viii Problems with Hinode EIS Bright Point Data [8]
    Schmelz, J. T., Jenkins, B. S. & Kimble, J. A., Solar Physics, 283, 325
  31. Deeper by the Dozen: Understanding the Cross-field Temperature Distributions of Coronal Loops [16]
    Schmelz, J. T., Pathak, S., Jenkins, B. S. & Worley, B. T., ApJ, 764, 53
  32. Bright Points: Multithermal Analysis as a Test of Steady Heating Models [5]
    Schmelz, J. T., Winebarger, A. R., Kimble, J. A., Pathak, S., Golub, L., Jenkins, B. S. & Worley, B. T., ApJ, 770, 160
  33. Outflows and Dark Bands at Arcade-like Active Region Core Boundaries [6]
    Scott, J. T., Martens, P. C. H. & Tarr, L., ApJ, 765, 82
  34. Signatures of Slow Solar Wind Streams from Active Regions in the Inner Corona [24]
    Slemzin, V., Harra, L., Urnov, A., Kuzin, S., Goryaev, F. & Berghmans, D., Solar Physics, 286, 157
  35. Asymmetries in Coronal Spectral Lines and Emission Measure Distribution [22]
    Tripathi, Durgesh & Klimchuk, James A., ApJ, 779, 1
  36. SDO/AIA and Hinode/EIS Observations of Interaction between an EUV Wave and Active Region Loops [29]
    Yang, Liheng, Zhang, Jun, Liu, Wei, Li, Ting & Shen, Yuandeng, ApJ, 775, 39
  37. Properties of a Solar Flare Kernel Observed by Hinode and SDO [57]
    Young, P. R., Doschek, G. A., Warren, H. P. & Hara, H., ApJ, 766, 127

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 37 papers, 36 affiliations could be extracted.

CountryFirst author papers
US18
UK7
France2
Japan2
Rep. Korea1
Belgium1
India1
Germany1
China1
Slovak Rep.1
Russia1


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