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Title: Interior and exterior clues of solar activity
Authors: Turck-Chièze, S
Brun, A. S
Duez, V
García, R. A
Mathis, S
Piau, L
Salabert, D
Pallé, P. L
Jiménez-Reyes, S. J
Mathur, S
Simoniello, R
Robillot, J. M
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Hasan, S. S and Rutten, R. T., eds., Magnetic coupling between the interior and atmosphere of the Sun, Proceedings of the conference "Centenary commemoration of the discovery of the Evershed effect" Dec, 2 - 5, 2008, Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore, India, pp. 368 – 373
Series/Report no.: Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings;
Abstract: Two research paths are described to obtain better understanding of the origin of global solar activity. First, observations with a multichannel resonant spectrometer may reveal the dynamics of the solar core, the tachocline, and the temporal evolution of activity between the photosphere and chromosphere. Such new observations will deliver constraints for 3D simulations of solar activity. Second, we examine the ab-initio introduction of a non-force-free field expressed in spherical harmonics into the solar structure equations and estimate its impact on the inner and subsurface layers, its time evolution, and its role in angular momentum transport.
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ISBN: 978-3-642-02858-8
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