The statistical relationship between global EUV waves and other solar phenomena
by D. Long et al.*

2018-01-23 392 views

Solar eruptions are associated with a variety of different phenomena, including solar flares, coronal mass ejections, Type II radio bursts, solar energetic particles and global coronal EUV waves (commonly known as “EIT waves”, e.g., Warmuth, 2015). However, the relationship between global waves and these other phenomena is not well defined. Although global waves have traditionally been studied using single event case studies, several statistical studies have been performed, with Thompson […]

Estimation of a CME magnetic field strength using observations of gyrosynchrotron radiation
by E. P. Carley et al.*

2018-01-09 701 views

Despite many years of study, the dominant driver and energy source of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) is still under investigation. Observational studies have indicated that magnetic energy represents the largest part of the total energy budget of the eruption (Emslie et al., 2012, Carley et al., 2012). However, despite having such a dominant influence on CME dynamics, little is known about CME magnetic field. This is due to the scarcity […]