Title
Large-scale patterns of prominences in the global solar cycles during 1880-1995 Large-scale patterns of prominences in the global solar cycles during 1880-1995
Author
Faculty/Department
Faculty of Sciences. Physics
Publication type
conferenceObject
Publication
San Francisco, Calif. :Astronomical Soc Pacific, [*]
Subject
Physics
Source (book)
IAU Colloquium 167 on New Perspectives on Solar Prominences, April 28-May 03, 1997, CTR Paul Langevin, Aussois, France
ISBN
1-886733-70-8
ISI
000076565100088
Carrier
E
Target language
English (eng)
Affiliation
University of Antwerp
Abstract
The zonal distribution of prominences, their poleward migration from the sunspot zone to the poles, the polar magnetic field reversals and a correlation of the mean latitude of filament bands at minimum activity with the maximum of Wolf number in the next cycle are briefly discussed for the period 1880-1995. The need for research on the longterm latitude distribution of the prominences is emphasized. New results concerning long-term variations of the torsional oscillations of the Sun and quasi-periodic oscillations of the latitude zonal boundaries from an analysis of H-alpha charts (1915-1990) are given.
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