Montana State University

Heliophysics Journal Club

In this seminar, graduate student and faculty participants will review recent journal articles and preprints in order to familiarize themselves with the "state of the art" of the major observational and theoretical research topics of the discipline and the MSU research program. From time to time, "classic" papers of enduring value may be discussed. The typical weekly meeting will consist of a one-hour critical discussion of a journal article, copies of which will have been distributed to, and read by, all participants during the previous week. Each discussion will be informally led by a student or faculty member. Participants will be expected to contribute actively to all discussions, and to lead an occasional one on a rotating basis. When appropriate, these discussions will be replaced by an informal presentation of personal research results by MSU students, faculty, or scientific visitors.

Information

Coordinator: Charles Kankelborg

Time: Wednesdays, 12 PM

Place: Barnard Hall 258 (Dayton Conference Room) and Zoom

Course: PHSX 594-003


Schedule

Spring 2022

Date Discussion leader Article
January 19 Organizational Meeting
January 26 RoyJudge (2021). Magnetic Connections across the Chromosphere-Corona Transition Region. ApJ.
February 2 Sean-ÉowynShimizu et al. (2021). Simultaneous ALMA-Hinode-IRIS Observations on Footpoint Signatures of a Soft X-Ray Loop-like Microflare. ApJ.
February 9 ArloLejosne and Mozer (2020). Experimental Determination of the Conditions Associated With "Zebra Stripe" Pattern Generation in the Earth's Inner Radiation Belt and Slot Region. JGR Space Physics.
February 16 AkiToriumi et al. (2020). Sun-as-a-star Spectral Irradiance Observations of Transiting Active Regions. ApJ.
February 23 MichaelPanesar et al. (2021). The Magnetic Origin of Solar Campfires. ApJL.
March 2 ChunmingPanos et al. (2021). Exploring Mutual Information between IRIS Spectral Lines. I. Correlations between Spectral Lines during Solar Flares and within the Quiet Sun. ApJ.
March 9
March 16 Spring Break
March 23 JiongZou et al. (2017). Spreading Speed of Magnetopause Reconnection X-Lines Using Ground-Satellite Coordination. GRL.
March 30 SumanChen et al. (2022). Doppler Shifts of Spectral Lines formed in the Solar Transition Region and Corona. A&A.
April 6 DanaGuidoni et al. (2022). Spectral Power-law Formation by Sequential Particle Acceleration in Multiple Flare Magnetic Islands. ApJ.
April 13 WillMalanushenko et al. (2022). The Coronal Veil. ApJ.
April 20
April 27 KeijiToriumi and Airapetian (2022). Universal Scaling Laws for Solar and Stellar Atmospheric Heating. ApJ.
May 4 ShaneGupta and Nayak (2022). Spectroscopic and imaging observations of transient hot and cool loops by IRIS and SDO. MNRAS.
May 11 Finals

Archive

Link to previously discussed publications

Suggested Articles

Publication
Lindsey et al., "Submerged Sources of Transient Acoustic Emission from Solar Flares," ApJL 901:L9 (2020)
Bian et al. Suppression of parallel transport in turbulent magnetized plasmas and its impact on non-thermal and thermal aspects of solar flares.
Boldyrev & Horaites (2019). Kinetic theory of the electron strahl in the solar wind. Monthly notices of the Royal Astro. Soc.
Bowerman, W. G. Residential mortgage loans and sun-spot numbers. Popular Astronomy 52, 123 (1944).
Boyd et al. Statistical properties of the radiation belt seed population. Journal of Geophysical research. doi:10.1002/2016JA022652
Burch et al. Electron-scale measurements of magnetic reconnection in space. Science, 352(6290)
Chen et al. Particle Acceleration by a Solar Flare Termination Shock
Davenport et al. (2019). The Evolutin of Flare Activity with Stellar Age. ApJ.
DeForest et al. Fading Coronal Structure and the Onset of Turbulence in the Young Solar Wind.
Escande et al. (2019). Relevant heating of the quiet solar corona by Alfven waves: a result of adiabaticity breakdown. Scientific Reports.
Fox et al. Experimental Verification of the Role of Electron Pressure in Fast Magnetic Reconnection with a Guide Field. Phys Rev Lett 118 125002 (2017).
Halsekas et al. Structure, dynamics, and seasonal variability of the Mars-solar wind interaction: MAVEN Solar Wind Ion Analyzer in-flight performance and science results. Space Physics 122, 1 (2017).
Hannah et al. The First X-ray Imaging Spectroscopy of Quiescent Solar Active Regions with NuSTAR
Hazra & Nandy (2019). The origin of parity changes in the solar cycle. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astro. Soc.
Huang, Yi-Min and Bhattacharjee, A. Turbulent Magnetohydrodynamic Reconnection Mediated by the Plasmoid Instability
Jarboe et al, The nature and source of solar magnetic phenomena, Physics of Plasmas (2019).
Keika et al. Storm-time energetic oxygen enhancements due to acceleration of pre-existing warm oxygen in the inner magnetosphere. doi:10.1002/2016JA022384
Kontar et al. Turbulent Kinetic Energy in the Energy Balance of a Solar Flare. Phys Rev Lett 118 155101 (2017).
Kontar et al. (2019). Determination of the Total Accelerated Electron Rate and Power Using Solar Flare Hard X-Ray Spectra. ApJ.
Kuznetsov et all. Spatio-temporal Dynamics of Sources of Hard X-Ray Pulsations in Solar Flares. Solar Physics v291 (2016).
Li & Feng (2019). Characteristics of solar wind rotation. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astro. Soc.
Li et al. Unraveling the generation mechanisms of very oblique lower-band chorus waves, Geophysical Research Letters. doi:10.1002/2016GL070386
Mann I.R. and L.G. Ozeke How quickly, how deeply, and how strongly can dynamical outer boundary conditions impact Van Allen radiation belt morphology? Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 121, 6, doi:10.1002/2016ja022647.
Parenti et al. Spectroscopy of very hot plasma in non-flaring parts of a solar limb active region: spatial and temporal properties. ArXiv.
Phan, T. D. et al. Electron bulk heating in magnetic reconnection at Earth's magnetopause: Dependence on the inflow Alfvén speed and magnetic shear. GeoRL 40, 447-4480 (2013)
Phan, T. D. et al. Ion bulk heating in magnetic reconnection exhausts at Earth's magnetopause: Dependence on the inflow Alfvén speed and magnetic shear angle. GeoRL 41, 700-7010 (2014).
Pontin et al. Why Are Flare Ribbons Associated with the Spines of Mafnetic Null Points Generically Elongated?
Rappazzo et al. Coronal Heating Topology: The Interplay of Current Sheets and Magnetic Field Lines. ApJ 844 87 (2017).
Reep et al. Transition Region and Chromospheric Signatures of Impulsive Heating Events. II. Modeling
Reep, J. W. and Russell, A.J.B. Alfvenic Wave Heating of the Upper Chromosphere in Flares.
Reeves et al. Energy dependent dynamics of keV to MeV electrons in the inner zone, outer zone, and slot regions., Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 121, 1, doi:10.1002/2015ja021569.
Sanz-Forcada et al. (2019). Multi-wavelength variability of the young solar analog ι Horologii. X-ray cycle, star spots, flares, and UV emission. A&A.
Sadykov et al. (2019). Statistical Study of Chromospheric Evaporation in Impulsive Phase of Solar Fares
Saikin et al. The dependence on geomagnetic conditions and solar wind dynamic pressure of the spatial distributions of EMIC waves observed by the Van Allen Probes, J. Geophys. Res., 121, doi:10.10002/2016JA022523.
Shi et al. Survey of radiation belt energetic electron pitch angle distributions based on the Van Allen Probes MagEIS measurements, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 121, 2, doi:10.1002/2015ja021724.
Shimojo et al. Observing the Sun with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA): High-Resolution Interferometric Imaging. Solar Physics 292 87 (2017).
Zhang et al. Direct Evidence of EMIC-Driven Electron Loss in Space Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 121, 7, doi:10.1002/2016ja022521

Links to Journals


Bibliographic Links


Distribution List

Hardcopy

  1. Atwood, Shane
  2. Brannon, Sean
  3. Longcope, Dana
  4. Prazak, Michael
  5. Qiu, Jiong
  6. Reed, Willow
  7. Takeda, Aki
  8. Zhu, Chunming

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