Volume 1720: Solar Wind 14: Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Solar Wind Conference

Volume 1720: Solar Wind 14: Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Solar Wind Conference

Edited by Linghua Wang, Roberto Bruno, Eberhard Möbius, Angelos Vourlidas, and Gary Zank

Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN: 9780735413672

Volume 1720 is the proceedings of The Fourteenth International Solar Wind Conference (22–26 June 2015, Weihai, China)

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Summary of this volume: Continuing the tradition of Solar Wind Conferences, the 14th International Solar Wind Conference provided a unique opportunity for the solar and space physics research community to discuss the major progress and problems in all fields of solar wind physics over the past three years from an observational, theoretical, and instrumental perspective. The contributions in this proceedings volume conform to the six sessions of the Solar Wind 14 Conference: 1. Coronal heating, origin, and acceleration of the quiescent and transient (CMEs, CIRs, jets, etc.) solar wind; 2. Solar wind (quiescent and transient) evolution: processes, structures, waves, and turbulence; 3. Interaction of the solar wind with solar system objects and dust; 4. Suprathermal and energetic particles at the sun and in the heliosphere; 5. Interaction of solar wind and energetic particles with the interstellar medium; 6. Current and future solar wind and heliospheric missions.

These proceedings will be of interest to: Faculty, scientists, postdocs, and graduate students.

For further information about this volume: Please view the table of contents available on AIP Publishing's Scitation platform: Volume 1720 table of contents.

Number of Volumes: 1
Pages: 276
Publisher: AIP Publishing