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Piet Martens   Submitted: 2003-09-15 12:11

These are the Proceedings of the Yohkoh 10th Anniversary Meeting, a COSPAR Colloquium held in Kona, Hawaii, USA, on January 20-24, 2002. There were 133 participants from 14 countries. The Colloquium was sponsored by (in no specific order) COSPAR, NASA, the MSU Solar Physics Group, LMSAL, ISAS, the Solar Physics Research Corporation, Elsevier Science, and the NSF. Thanks to the largesse of these sponsors the conference organizers were able to provide financial assistance in part or in whole to 30 participants. The meeting had originally been planned for September 2001 at the same location, but had to be postponed due to the difficulty in travel following the terrible events of September 11, 2001. We appreciate the understanding and flexibility of the participants and of the conference hotel in rescheduling this meeting. The title of the meeting was ''Multi-Wavelength Observations of Coronal Structure and Dynamics''. We reviewed the many and varied advances in our understanding of the dynamic solar atmosphere in the past ten years of observations by Yohkoh, often in collaboration with SOHO, TRACE, Ulysses, and many ground-based observatories. The Scientific Organizing Committee made a concerted effort to invite younger scientists to present the Invited Reviews. This was a success and we have a large number of excellent review papers in this volume. This policy had the additional positive effect of freeing up several of the senior scientists to present exciting new results from their own research in contributed talks. The large number of different sessions in these Proceedings reflects the large variety in science topics that are being addressed with Yohkoh data. In all, these Proceedings reflect the quality, breadth, and depth of solar physics research inspired by the decade of Yohkoh observations.

Authors: Piet Martens and Dave Cauffman (eds.)
Projects: RHESSI,Soho-EIT,Soho-MDI,Yohkoh-BCS,Yohkoh-HXT,Yohkoh-SXT,Yohkoh-WBS

Publication Status: COSPAR Colloquia Series, Volume 13 (2002), ISBN: 0-08-044060-6 . (Elsevier: Dordrecht).
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