Synopses & Reviews
These Proceedings present the most recent results from the highly successful international solar space missions (SOHO, CORONAS-F, TRACE, RHESSI, YOHKOH) and ground observatories around the Earth, reported at the IAU Symposium 223 held in St. Petersburg, Russia, June 14-19, 2004. These include discussions of the current theories of solar dynamics and activity, new constraints provided by the multi-wavelength observations of the Sun from the interior to the heliosphere, as well as discussions of future coordinated plans and efforts of multi-wavelength investigations of the Sun. The Proceedings contain the material of seven plenary sessions and three round-table discussions
Recent results from solar space missions and ground observatories, reported at the IAU Symposium 223.
Table of Contents
Section I: Solar Cycle in the Interior, Atmosphere and Heliosphere; Section II-III: Structure and Evolution of Active Regions from the Sub-Photospheric Layers to the Corona, Filaments and Prominences; Section IV: Multi-Scale Coronal Structures and Links to Photospheric Magnetic Field; Section V: Energy Transport, Storage and Release in the Solar Atmosphere and Corona; Section VI: Heliospheric Effects and Space Weather Research; Section VII: Multi-Wavelength Observations of the Sun from Ground and Space.