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The Sturrock Solar Theory group is part of the Center for Space Science & Astrophysics, an interdepartmental organization coordinating teaching and research in space science and astrophysics.
This work is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant/Award No. 0097128. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
Sturrock, P.A., & Weber, M.A., 2002, "Comparative analysis of solar neutrino data and SXT X-ray data", in Multi-Wavelength Observations of Coronal Structure and Dynamics -- Yohkoh 10th Anniversary Meeting (ed. P.C.H. Martens and D. Cauffman), COSPAR Colloquia Series, (in press). (PDF, gzipped PS)
Weber, M.A., & Sturrock, P.A., 2002, "Differential Rotation of the Soft X-Ray Corona over a Solar Cycle", in Multi-Wavelength Observations of Coronal Structure and Dynamics -- Yohkoh 10th Anniversary Meeting (ed. P.C.H. Martens and D. Cauffman), COSPAR Colloquia Series, (in press). (PDF, gzipped PS)
Sturrock, P.A., & Scargle, J.D., 2001, "Histogram Analysis of GALLEX, GNO, and SAGE Neutrino Data: Further Evidence for Variability of the Solar Neutrino Flux", Ap.J. (Letters) 550, L101-104. (abstract, PDF, gzipped PS)
Sturrock, P.A., 2000, "Solar neutrinos as a possible diagnostic of the solar magnetic field", in High Energy Solar Physics: Anticipating HESSI (eds. R. Ramaty & N. Mandzhavidze), ASP Conf. Series, 206, 83-87. (abstract + correction)
Sturrock, P.A., Scargle, J.D., Walther, G., & Wheatland, M.S., 1999, "Rotational signature and possible r-mode signature in the GALLEX solar neutrino data", Ap.J. (Letters), 523, L177-180. (abstract, PDF, gzipped PS)
Faculty, staff, and students
Peter Sturrock, Professor Emeritus (Varian 302G)
Mark Weber, Postdoctoral Fellow (Varian 302E)
Dana Volponi, Administrative Associate (Varian 304)
David Caldwell, University of California, Santa Barbara
Alexander "Sasha" Kosovichev, HEPL, Stanford University
John Leibacher, National Solar Observatory
Joao Pulido, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Lisbon
Jeff Scargle, NASA Ames Research Center
Günther Walther, Statistics Department, Stanford University
Mike Wheatland, University of Sydney
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