EIS Publications in 2016

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. Measurements of Non-thermal Line Widths in Solar Active Regions [10]
    Brooks, D. H. & Warren, H. P., 2016, ApJ 820, 63
  2. Quasi-periodic Fluctuations and Chromospheric Evaporation in a Solar Flare Ribbon Observed by Hinode/EIS, IRIS, and RHESSI [15]
    Brosius, J. W., Daw, A. N. & Inglis, A. R., 2016, ApJ 830, 101
  3. Observational Signatures of Coronal Loop Heating and Cooling Driven by Footpoint Shuffling [14]
    Dahlburg, R. B., Einaudi, G., Taylor, B. D., Ugarte-Urra, I., Warren, H. P., Rappazzo, A. F. & Velli, M., 2016, ApJ 817, 47
  4. Atomic data for astrophysics: Ni XII [4]
    Del Zanna, G. & Badnell, N. R., 2016, A&A 585, A118
  5. The Mysterious Case of the Solar Argon Abundance near Sunspots in Flares [9]
    Doschek, G. A. & Warren, H. P., 2016, ApJ 825, 36
  6. Non-equilibrium ionization by a periodic electron beam. I. Synthetic coronal spectra and implications for interpretation of observations [3]
    Dzifcáková, E., Dudik, J. & Mackovjak, S., 2016, A&A 589, A68
  7. A Comparison of Global Magnetic Field Skeletons and Active-Region Upflows [7]
    Edwards, S. J., Parnell, C. E., Harra, L. K., Culhane, J. L. & Brooks, D. H., 2016, Solar Physics 291, 117-142
  8. An Investigation of the Sources of Earth-directed Solar Wind during Carrington Rotation 2053 [8]
    Fazakerley, A. N., Harra, L. K. & van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., 2016, ApJ 823, 145
  9. Chromospheric evaporation flows and density changes deduced from Hinode/EIS during an M1.6 flare [4]
    Gömöry, P., Veronig, A. M., Su, Y., Temmer, M. & Thalmann, J. K., 2016, A&A 588, A6
  10. Inferring the Coronal Density Irregularity from EUV Spectra [0]
    Hahn, M. & Savin, D. W., 2016, ApJ 829, 42
  11. The Characteristics of Solar X-Class Flares and CMEs: A Paradigm for Stellar Superflares and Eruptions? [11]
    Harra, L. K., Schrijver, C. J., Janvier, M., Toriumi, S., Hudson, H., Matthews, S., Woods, M. M., Hara, H., Guedel, M., Kowalski, A., Osten, R., Kusano, K. & Lueftinger, T., 2016, Solar Physics 291, 1761-1782
  12. First evidence of non-Gaussian solar flare EUV spectral line profiles and accelerated non-thermal ion motion [10]
    Jeffrey, N. L. S., Fletcher, L. & Labrosse, N., 2016, A&A 590, A99
  13. Evidence for a Magnetic Flux Rope in Observations of a Solar Prominence-Cavity System [3]
    Jibben, P., Reeves, K. & Su, Y., 2016, Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences 3, 10
  14. Departure of High-temperature Iron Lines from the Equilibrium State in Flaring Solar Plasmas [2]
    Kawate, T., Keenan, F. P. & Jess, D. B., 2016, ApJ 826, 3
  15. Doppler Shift of the Quiet Region Measured by Meridional Scans with the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on board Hinode [0]
    Kitagawa, N., Hara, H. & Yokoyama, T., 2016, ApJ 816, 14
  16. Intensity Conserving Spectral Fitting [4]
    Klimchuk, J. A., Patsourakos, S. & Tripathi, D., 2016, Solar Physics 291, 55-65
  17. Correlation of Coronal Plasma Properties and Solar Magnetic Field in a Decaying Active Region [3]
    Ko, Y.-K., Young, P. R., Muglach, K., Warren, H. P. & Ugarte-Urra, I., 2016, ApJ 826, 126
  18. Flare-generated Shock Wave Propagation through Solar Coronal Arcade Loops and an Associated Type II Radio Burst [3]
    Kumar, P., Innes, D. E. & Cho, K.-S., 2016, ApJ 828, 28
  19. Magnetic Field in Atypical Prominence Structures: Bubble, Tornado, and Eruption [10]
    Levens, P. J., Schmieder, B., López Ariste, A., Labrosse, N., Dalmasse, K. & Gelly, B., 2016, ApJ 826, 164
  20. Coronal Magnetic Fields Derived from Simultaneous Microwave and EUV Observations and Comparison with the Potential Field Model [2]
    Miyawaki, S., iwai, K., Shibasaki, K., Shiota, D. & Nozawa, S., 2016, ApJ 818, 8
  21. Simultaneous IRIS and Hinode/EIS Observations and Modelling of the 2014 October 27 X2.0 Class Flare [29]
    Polito, V., Reep, J. W., Reeves, K. K., Sim~oes, P. J. A., Dudik, J., Del Zanna, G., Mason, H. E. & Golub, L., 2016, ApJ 816, 89
  22. On the Bright Loop Top Emission in Post-eruption Arcades [1]
    Sharma, R., Tripathi, D., Isobe, H. & Ghosh, A., 2016, ApJ 823, 47
  23. The spectroscopic imprint of the pre-eruptive configuration resulting into two major coronal mass ejections [7]
    Syntelis, P., Gontikakis, C., Patsourakos, S. & Tsinganos, K., 2016, A&A 588, A16
  24. High Spatial Resolution Fe XII Observations of Solar Active Regions [6]
    Testa, P., De Pontieu, B. & Hansteen, V., 2016, ApJ 827, 99
  25. Transition Region Abundance Measurements During Impulsive Heating Events [6]
    Warren, H. P., Brooks, D. H., Doschek, G. A. & Feldman, U., 2016, ApJ 824, 56
  26. Transition Region and Chromospheric Signatures of Impulsive Heating Events. I. Observations [9]
    Warren, H. P., Reep, J. W., Crump, N. A. & Sim~oes, P. J. A., 2016, ApJ 829, 35
  27. The CHIANTI atomic database [9]
    Young, P. R., Dere, K. P., Landi, E., Del Zanna, G. & Mason, H. E., 2016, J. Phys. B 49, 074009

Author-country information

This table indicates the location of the first authors of the papers given above.

CountryFirst author papers
US 12
UK 6
Czech Republic 1
Slovakia 1
Japan 3
South Korea 1
France 1
India 1
Greece 1

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