Cool stars, stellar systems, and the sun : proceedings of the Fourth Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars Stellar Systems, and the Sun, held in Santa Fe, New Mexico, October 16-18, 1985 / edited by M. Zeilik and D.M. Gibson.
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Contributor(s): Zeilik, Michael | Gibson, David MMaterial type: TextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 254.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1986Description: 1 online resource (xi, 501 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540387312; 3540387315Subject(s): Stars -- Congresses | Cool stars -- Congresses | Sun -- Congresses | Étoiles -- Congrès | Étoiles froides -- Congrès | Soleil -- Congrès | Cool stars | Stars | SunGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun (4th : 1985 : Santa Fe, New Mexico).: Cool stars, stellar systems, and the sun.DDC classification: 523.8 LOC classification: QB799 | .C36 1985Online resources: Click here to access online
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Stellar activity cycles -- Relations between magnetic activity and stellar properties -- Rotational velocities of low mass stars in young open clusters -- Correlation of the Mg II h & k flux versus rotational period in late-type stars -- Activity on both components of HR 1099 -- Observational data relevant to understanding synchronization and circularization in chromospherically active binaries -- "Marginal" by Draconis stars -- Southern stars observed at ESO: Lithium abundances for G and K dwarfs and subgiants -- The transition regions of warm stars -- Activity in F stars -- Naked T Tauri stars and post T Tauri stars -- The chromospheric activity, kinematics and metallicities of gliese catalog M dwarfs -- The nature of the dynamo in the very late M dwarf stars -- Photometry and spectroscopy data bank for chromospherically active stars -- Preliminary catalog of chromospheric, transition region and coronal fluxes of late-type stars -- Results of a survey of chromospherically active stars -- Southern stars observed at eso: Absolute surface fluxes in the K line of CA II -- Photometric variability of main-sequence stars from Wilson's survey -- Photometric variations and spot cycles in RS CVN stars -- Synchronous rotation in the long-period RS CVn binary BM camelopardalis -- Possible asynchronous rotation in the long-period RS CVn binary omicron Draconis -- A possible 8-year variation in the flare activity of AD Leo -- Progress report: Precise measurements of radial velocities of far-ultraviolet emission lines in stars of late spectral type -- Highlights of the Einstein survey of cool stars -- X-ray selected M-dwarfs and the diffuse X-ray background -- Selected NIPSS-IRAS catalog correlations -- An IUE high-dispersion cool-star atlas -- Simultaneous ultraviolet and optical spectrophotometry of T tauri stars -- Relations between fluxes measuring stellar activity -- Chromospheric activity and rotation of cool giants and dwarfs -- On stellar activity, rotation, and the reality of the Vaughan-Preston gap -- An IUE survey of activity in red giants and supergiants -- The effect of extremely rapid rotation on stellar activity: The case of gliese 890 -- Rotation velocity of F-type stars -- Evidence for magnetic activity in T tauri stars -- Determination of magnetic field strengths in radio stellar binaries by VLBI observations -- Chromospheric and transition zone parameters in FK comae stars -- Seismology of the sun and other stars -- Dynamo theory for the sun and stars -- Dynamo theory for a thin layer between the convection zone and the radiative zone of a star. Formulation and preliminary results -- Increased chromospheric activity in subgiants related to evolutionary effects -- Rotation period evolution of late MS stars -- Rossby or not Rossby -- Interior models for Procyon A: Evolutionary status and oscillation properties -- Activity driven period changes in RS CVn sytems -- Comment on the-three-body theory of period changes -- Active regions on HR 1099 -- Optical and UV spectroscopy of the peculiar RS CVN system, RT lacertae -- On a technique for inferring sizes of stellar active regions -- Maximum entropy reconstruction of starspot distributions -- Variability characteristics of lower main-sequence hyades stars -- Coronae of late-type stars observed with exosat -- Modeling of coronal X-ray emission from active cool stars -- Rapid x-ray variability in Einstein observations of K and M Dwarfs -- Detection of an x-ray flare from a single G dwarf star -- Exosat detection of a very large flare on EQ PEG -- Simultaneous x-ray and photometric observations of the flare star YZ CMi -- Flare activity and by-Draconis type variability on the late-type dMe star gliese 867B -- Models of quiescent stellar microwave emission -- A CCD/Echelle spectroscopy system for study of active cool stars -- The light curve, H? modulation, and possible prominences of the short-period binary DH Leo -- Multiple component chromospheric models for AR lacertae -- HR 5110: An Algol system with RS CVn characteristics -- The advanced X-ray Astronomical Facility (AXAF): A powerful new tool for probing stellar coronae -- Optical, UV and radio observations of RS Canum Venaticorum -- Radio observations of flare stars in the Pleiades -- Filling- in of strong lines in chromosphericlly active K dwarfs -- The bright, newly discovered by Draconis system HD 80715 -- Photometric and spectroscopic monitoring of T Tauri stars -- Spectroscopy of the rapidly rotating K-star HD 36705 -- Coronal heating and the X-ray and microwave emission from M-dwarf flare stars -- The time variability of magnetic fields on epsilon eridani -- Further observations of magnetic fields on active dwarf stars -- A flare event on the quiet dM star HD 95735 -- Microwave observations of flare stars UV Ceti, at mic, and AU mic -- Arma analysis of apt light curves -- Some rapidly rotating cool stars and their activity -- The short-period RS CVN systems: A preliminary starspot analysis -- X-Ray emission of? andromedae: Correlation with spot activity -- X-ray spectroscopy of capella and?2 coronae borealis -- Photoelectric monitoring of the rapid light curve variations of FK Comae -- Periodic modulation in radial velocities of Capella Aa and Ab -- Comparison of theoretical and observed sodium D2 line profiles for two late-type dwarfs -- Coordinated exosat and optical observations of HD 36705 -- Spots and plages on II Peg during 1984 -- The extraordinary flare/by Dra star HDE319139 -- Automatic photoelectric telescopes and cool stars -- Preliminary results of IUE spectroscopy and photometry of II PEG and V 711 TAU -- Coordinated EXOSAT and spectroscopic observations of flare stars and coronal heating -- Linear polarization and activity in late-type stars -- The dichotomy between co absorptions and CA II emissions in the sun and stars: an indirect diagnostic for gas disturbed by magnetic fields?1 -- The magnetic structure of solar and stellar atmospheres -- Calculation of mechanical energy generation from an envelope model of Arcturus -- Mass loss estimates in cool giants and supergiants -- Stellar pulsation, atmospheric structure, and mass loss -- Theoretical interpretations of anomalous cepheid pulsations -- Light and velocity curves of bump cepheids -- Spectropolarimetry of long period variables -- Polarigenic mechanisms in cool stars -- Recent spectroscopic observations of Alpha Orionis -- The H-alpha envelope of Alpha Ori -- A graphical review of occultation results -- An analysis of IRAS low resolution spectra (LRS) of carbon and m variable stars -- An analysis of IRAS low resolution spectra of S stars -- Abundance anomalies in red giants -- Acceleration of supergiant stellar winds -- Mass loss of the G3 Ib-II primary in the Zeta Aurigae system 22 Vul -- Anisotropic winds from T Tauri stars -- EUV observations of solar coronal outflows -- Calibrated high resolution full spectral coverage of T Tauri stars -- Companions to? orionis -- 10 æm array imaging of circumstellar dust -- Multifrequency VLA observations of the pre-main sequence stars HL TAU, XZ TAU, FS TAU A and FS TAU B -- How common are hybrid stars? first results from a distance-limited survey of K bright giants -- C II lines in the ultraviolet spectra of cool carbon stars -- Light, velocity, and H? variations in the pulsating red giant V CVn -- MHD wave-driven winds from open magnetic structures -- Theory of hot coronae in T Tauri stellar winds -- Implications of a direct photometric comparison of the EUV-corona and the K-Corona -- Rotational modulation of continuum and integrated line fluxes -- Spectroscopic variability associated with chromospheric activity: The? CEN system -- Dynamical chromospheric structure of? orionis -- K-Line emission and the integrated surface magnetic field on the sun.