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From Ellerman Bombs to MHD Waves: Can they Heat the Solar Plasma Efficiently?
Robertus Erdelyi (Sheffield University, UK)Friday May 23, 14u - ROB Meridian Room
Recent satellite (SOHO, TRACE, STEREO, Hinode, SDO) and ground-based (DST/ROSA, IBIS, CoMP, STT/CRISP) observations have provided plenty of clear evidence of small-scale features from Ellerman bombs to spicules, localized waves and jets present in the solar atmosphere. The detection and analysis of these localized features allows us to perform sub-resolution solar magneto-seismology (SMS) of the solar plasma.
This lecture is part of the STCE workshop Physical processes in solar-terrestrial plasmas, held on May 20, 22 and 23, 2014.
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