EIS Publications in 2018

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. Coronal Elemental Abundances in Solar Emerging Flux Regions [0]
    Baker, D., Brooks, D. H., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., James, A. W., Dčmoulin, P., Long, D. M., Warren, H. P. & Williams, D. R., 2018, ApJ 856, 71
  2. A Diagnostic of Coronal Elemental Behavior during the Inverse FIP Effect in Solar Flares [0]
    Brooks, D. H., 2018, ApJ 863, 140
  3. Observations of Turbulent Magnetic Reconnection within a Solar Current Sheet [3]
    Cheng, X., Li, Y., Wan, L. F., Ding, M. D., Chen, P. F., Zhang, J. & Liu, J. J., 2018, ApJ 866, 64
  4. Predicting the COSIE-C Signal from the Outer Corona up to 3 Solar Radii [2]
    Del Zanna, G., Raymond, J., Andretta, V., Telloni, D. & Golub, L., 2018, ApJ 865, 132
  5. Photospheric and Coronal Abundances in an X8.3 Class Limb Flare [2]
    Doschek, G. A., Warren, H. P., Harra, L. K., Culhane, J. L., Watanabe, T. & Hara, H., 2018, ApJ 853, 178
  6. Observation and Modeling of Chromospheric Evaporation in a Coronal Loop Related to Active Region Transient Brightening [4]
    Gupta, G. R., Sarkar, A. & Tripathi, D., 2018, ApJ 857, 137
  7. Magnetic Loops above a Small Flux-emerging Region Observed by IRIS, Hinode, and SDO [0]
    Huang, Z., 2018, ApJ 869, 175
  8. Spectroscopic Measurements of the Ion Velocity Distribution at the Base of the Fast Solar Wind [1]
    Jeffrey, N. L. S., Hahn, M., Savin, D. W. & Fletcher, L., 2018, ApJL 855, L13
  9. Probing the Quiet Solar Atmosphere from the Photosphere to the Corona [0]
    Kontogiannis, I., Gontikakis, C., Tsiropoula, G. & Tziotziou, K., 2018, Solar Physics 293, 56
  10. Spectroscopic Observations of a Current Sheet in a Solar Flare [15]
    Li, Y., Xue, J. C., Ding, M. D., Cheng, X., Su, Y., Feng, L., Hong, J., Li, H. & Gan, W. Q., 2018, ApJL 853, L15
  11. Plasma Evolution within an Erupting Coronal Cavity [5]
    Long, D. M., Harra, L. K., Matthews, S. A., Warren, H. P., Lee, K.-S., Doschek, G. A., Hara, H. & Jenkins, J. M., 2018, ApJ 855, 74
  12. On the Performance of Multi-Instrument Solar Flare Observations During Solar Cycle 24 [1]
    Milligan, R. O. & Ireland, J., 2018, Solar Physics 293, 18
  13. Flare-related Recurring Active Region Jets: Evidence for Very Hot Plasma [0]
    Mulay, S. M., Matthews, S., Hasegawa, T., Del Zanna, G., Mason, H. & Shimizu, T., 2018, Solar Physics 293, 160
  14. Broad Non-Gaussian Fe XXIV Line Profiles in the Impulsive Phase of the 2017 September 10 X8.3-class Flare Observed by Hinode/EIS [2]
    Polito, V., Dudik, J., Kasparová, J., Dzifcáková, E., Reeves, K. K., Testa, P. & Chen, B., 2018, ApJ 864, 63
  15. Spectroscopic Observations of Current Sheet Formation and Evolution [16]
    Warren, H. P., Brooks, D. H., Ugarte-Urra, I., Reep, J. W., Crump, N. A. & Doschek, G. A., 2018, ApJ 854, 122
  16. EUV Emission and Scattered Light Diagnostics of Equatorial Coronal Holes as Seen by Hinode/EIS [3]
    Wendeln, C. & Landi, E., 2018, ApJ 856, 28
  17. The Triggering of the 2014 March 29 Filament Eruption [2]
    Woods, M. M., Inoue, S., Harra, L. K., Matthews, S. A., Kusano, K. & Kalmoni, N. M. E., 2018, ApJ 860, 163
  18. Incorporating Uncertainties in Atomic Data into the Analysis of Solar and Stellar Observations: A Case Study in Fe XIII [1]
    Yu, X., Del Zanna, G., Stenning, D. C., Cisewski-Kehe, J., Kashyap, V. L., Stein, N., van Dyk, D. A., Warren, H. P. & Weber, M. A., 2018, ApJ 866, 146

Author-country information

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

CountryFirst author papers
UK 9
US 4
China 3
India 1
Greece 1

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