Review Article - Waves in Lower Solar Atmospheres
An international team, spanning research institutes in the UK, Germany, Norway and Italy, have now published a 170 page review article to coincide with the dawn of next-generation telescopes.
An international team, spanning research institutes in the UK, Germany, Norway and Italy, have now published a 170 page review article to coincide with the dawn of next-generation telescopes, including the world's largest solar facility: the Daniel K Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST), designed to study energy flow through the Sun's tumultuous atmosphere.
The article, published by Springer Publishing's Living Reviews in Solar Physics and authored by Professor David Jess and Dr Peter Keys of Queen's University Belfast, is written for early career researchers and well-established professional astronomers alike, who are interested in the physics of waves and oscillations manifesting in the lower solar atmosphere. The authors combine an important overview of existing cutting-edge analysis techniques with insightful consideration of modern research findings to provide a thought-provoking synopsis of the current state-of-the-art.
The complete review is designed to be easily accessible by students, post-doctoral researchers, and academics, with the article publicly available at https://walsa.team/LRSP.