Coronal Physics from Radio and Space Observations: Proceedings of the CESRA Workshop, Held at Nouan Le Fuzelier, France, 3-7 June 1996

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Gérard Trottet
Springer, Jan 1, 1997 - Science - 226 pages
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This volume provides an overview of our current understanding of the physics related to: coronal structures and coronal heating; large-scale coronal shock waves and coronal mass ejections; particle beams in the solar corona and in the interplanetary medium; and explosive energy-release phenomena and particle acceleration. The different articles give a well-balanced presentation of relevant observations based upon various techniques, models and theories, providing a global view of these phenomena and of the underlying physics. In-situ measurements of particles and waves with ULYSSES and WIND and spectral and imaging data from SOHO and YOHKOH provide an unprecedented richness of relevant data. For their better understanding, radio observations - also included in this book - play a key role.

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Contents

Diagnostics of Energy Release in the XRay Corona
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Solar Flare Radio and Hard XRay Observations and
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Radio Observations of the Quiet
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