|Item type||Location||Call number||Copy||Status||Date due|
|BOOK||Foothills Lab||QB524 .H456 2010 (Browse shelf)||1||Available|
"Heliophysics is a fast-developing scientific discipline that integrates studies of the Sun's variability, the surrounding heliosphere, and the environment and climate of planets. Over the past few centuries, our understanding of how the Sun drives space weather and climate on the Earth and other planets has advanced at an ever increasing rate. The Sun is a magnetically variable star and, for planets with intrinsic magnetic fields, planets with atmospheres, or planets like Earth with both, thereare profound consequences"-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 461-487) and index.
Interconnectedness in heliophysics / Carolus J. Schrijver and George L. Siscoe -- Long-term evolution of magnetic activity of Sun-like stars / Carolus J. Schrijver -- Formation and early evolution of stars and protoplanetary disks / Lee W. Hartmann -- Planetary habitability on astronomical time scales / Donald E. Brownlee -- Solar internal flows and dynamo action / Mark S. Miesch -- Modeling solar and stellar dynamos / Paul Charbonneau -- Planetary fields and dynamos / Ulrich R. Christensen -- The structure and evolution of the three-dimensional solar wind / John T. Gosling -- The heliosphere and cosmic rays / J. R. Jokipii -- Solar spectral irradiance: measurements and models / Judith L. Lean and Thomas N. Woods -- Astrophysical influences on planetary climate systems / J�urg Beer -- Assessing the sun-climate relationship in paleoclimate records / Thomas J. Crowley -- Terrestrial ionospheres / Stanley C. Solomon -- Long-term evolution of the geospace climate / Jan J. Sojka -- Waves and transport processes in atmospheres and oceans / Richard L. Walterscheid -- Solar variability, climate, and atmospheric photochemistry / Guy P. Brasseur, Daniel Marsch, and Hauke Schmidt.