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Title:
The long-term evolution of active regions, multi-wavelength flux and heating studies: observations and theory
Authors:
Démoulin, P.
Publication:
Multi-Wavelength Investigations of Solar Activity, IAU Symposium, Vol. 223. Edited by Alexander V. Stepanov, Elena E. Benevolenskaya, and Alexander G. Kosovichev. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2004., p.13-22
Publication Date:
00/2004
Origin:
CUP
DOI:
10.1017/S1743921304005046
Bibliographic Code:
2004IAUS..223...13D

Abstract

Analyzing the long-term evolution of active regions (ARs) permits to quantify the link between their atmospheric emission (from optical to X-rays) and the magnetic field. Multi-wavelength studies provide the full story, and not just a snapshot, of the phenomena and they allow us analyze how the atmosphere changes as the field strength decreases (with the dispersion of the AR).

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