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GONG posters and oral presentations at the SPD/AGU New Orleans Meeting: May 2005

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R. Clark, I. González-Hernández, F. Hill, R. Howe, S. Kholikov, R. Komm, J. Leibacher, A. Serebryanskiy, C. Toner, S. Tripathy, Acknowledgements,

R. Clark

    Early helioseismic results with automated quality assurance program

I. González-Hernández

    2 years of Meridional Circulation from GONG data.

F. Hill

    The effects of magnetically-induced spectral line profile changes on helioseismic and flare observations (F. Edelman, F. Hill, R. Howe, R. Komm)

R. Howe

  1. Global, Local and Surface Measurements of Large-Scale Zonal Flows near the Solar Surface (R. Howe, R. Komm, D. Haber, B. Hindman, R. Ulrich, J. Schou, M J. Thompson) (Oral)

  2. Five-minute power maps from GONG and MDI (R. Howe, R. Komm, F. Hill, D. Haber, B. Hindman)

  3. Local Helioseismic Mode Frequency Shifts with Magnetic Activity, from GONG and MDI. (R. Howe, R. Komm, I. González-Hernández, D. Haber, B. Hindman)

S. Kholikov

    GONG Travel Time Measurements of Meridional Flows for a Decade (S. Kholikov, J. Leibacher)

R. Komm

  1. Vorticity and Kinetic Helicity in Solar Subsurface Layers from GONG and MDI data (Komm, Howe, Hill, Haber, González-Hernández)

  2. Kinetic Helicity in Solar Subsurface Layers and Flare Activity of Active Regions (Komm, Howe, Hill, González-Hernández, Toner)

  3. Solar subsurface flows of active region AR 0696 (Komm, Howe, Donaldson Hanna, Hill, Sheeley) - (Oral)

J. Leibacher

  1. Local Helioseismology - (Oral)

  2. GONG Farside Imaging (Doug Braun, Irene González-Hernández, Jean Goodrich, Shukur Kholikov, John Leibacher, Charles Lindsey, Anna Malanushenko, and Phil Scherrer)

A. Serebryanskiy

  1. Searching for the GONG p-mode frequency variation produced by perturbation at base of convection zone

  2. The New possible method for measuring solar diameter with time-distance helioseismology

C. Toner

    Automating GONG's angle determination pipeline

S. Tripathy

  1. How well do the oscillation frequencies track the activity ? (S. C. Tripathy, John. W. Leibacher)

  2. Comparison of mode parameters between velocity and intensity acoustic spectra via ring diagram (S. C. Tripathy, F. Hill, I. González-Hernández, R. Howe, R. Komm and C. G. Toner)

  3. Characteristic pattern of the mode frequencies with solar activity indice (S. C. Tripathy, Kiran Jain and Kurt Bachmann)


Acknowledgements for abstracts, posters, and publications

For those using GONG data:

This work utilizes data obtained by the Global Oscillation Network Group (GONG) project, managed by the National Solar Observatory, which is operated by AURA, Inc. under a cooperative agreement with the National Science Foundation. The data were acquired by instruments operated by the Big Bear Solar Observatory, High Altitude Observatory, Learmonth Solar Observatory, Udaipur Solar Observatory, Instituto de Astrof\'\isica de Canarias, and Cerro Tololo Interamerican Observatory.

For those using SoHO data:

SoHO is a mission of international cooperation between ESA and NASA.

For those funded by the NASA Guest Investigator program:

This work was supported by NASA grant NAG 5-11703.

For those funded by the NASA farside program:

This work has been supported by the NASA Living with a Star - Targeted Research and Technology program.

For those using Kitt Peak Vacuum Telescope data:

NSO/Kitt Peak data used here are produced cooperatively by NSF/NOAO, NASA/GSFC, and NOAA/SEL.

For those using ring fitting:

The ring-fitting analysis is based on algorithms developed by D. Haber, B. Hindman, and R. Larsen with support from NASA and Stanford University.


John Leibacher | Feburary 6, 2005