Coronal magnetic energy releases: proceedings of the CESRA workshop held in Caputh/Potsdam, Germany 16-20 May 1994
This book brings together a variety of review articles on dynamical phenomena in the solar corona in order to work out the unifying aspects of magnetic energy releases. The experimental data from groundbased methods of radio astronomy as well as from satellites are also discussed. The book addresses researchers in astrophysics, and planetary science but should also be accessible to graduate students.
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Solar Flares and the Corona
Initial Results from the Nobeyama Radioheliograph
LongDuration NonThermal Energy Release in Flares
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