Preface (G. X. Ai). Section I. Solar Surface Magnetism 1 Magnetic Reconnection in the Solar Lower Atmosphere (C. Fang, P.F.Chen and M.D.Ding). 2 Small-Scale Magnetic Structure in the Photosphere (V. Martinez Pillet) 3 Sunspot Dynamics and Coronal Heating (N. Hurlburt) 4 Solar Coronal Activity and Evolution of the Magnetic Field (E. E. Benevolenskaya, A. G. Kosovichev and P. H. Scherrer) 5 The Sun-as-Star Magnetic Field: Results of Stokesmeter Measurements in Different Spectral Lines (M.L.Demidov, V.V.Zhigalov, V.S.Peshcherov, and V.M.Grigoryev) 6 Useful Aspects of Chromospheric Magnetic Field Data (T. Sakurai, Debi Prasad Choudhary and P. Venkatakrishnan) 7 Configurations of Magnetic Fields in Solar Active Regions (H. Q. Zhang). 8 Reversed Polarity Structures and Powerful X5.7/3b Flare on July 14, 2000, (W. Li, Y. Y. Deng, Y. H. Yan, X. B. Bao). 9 Properties of Twist of Solar Bipolar Magnetic Fields (L. R. Tian and H. Q. Zhang). 10 Helicity Evolution of a Spot (Y. Liu and H. Zhang). 11 The Distribution of Magnetic Shear of Solar Active Regions From 1995 to 2000 (J. Dun, H. Zhang, B. Zhang and R. Li). 12 The Evolution Rate of Small Solar Active Regions and Its Temporal and Spatial Variations (A.A. Golovko). 13 Correcting the Projection Effects of Solar Vector Magnetogram (Hui Li). 14 The Application of Magnetic Line Ratio Method to Magnetographic Observations of Large-Scale Solar Magnetic Fields (R.M. Veretsky and M.L.Demidov) 15 The Primary Design of A 1-Meter Infrared Solar Telescope (W.D. Cao, Z.Liu, and B.X. Ye) 16 Developing Huairou web Site (G. H. Lin).
Session II. Solar Magnetic Activity 17 Lower Energy Cutoff of Nonthermal Electrons Derived From Batse/Cgro Hard
The COSPAR Colloquium on Solar-Terrestrial Magnetic Activity and Space Environment (STMASE) was held in the National Astronomy Observatories of Chinese Academy of Sciences (NAOC) in Beijing, China in September 10-12, 2001. The meeting was focused on five areas of the solar-terrestrial magnetic activity and space environment studies, including study on solar surface magnetism; solar magnetic activity, dynamical response of the heliosphere; space weather prediction; and space environment exploration and monitoring. A hot topic of space research, CMEs, which are widely believed to be the most important phenomenon of the space environment, is discussed in many papers. Other papers show results of observational and theoretical studies toward better understanding of the complicated image of the magnetic coupling between the Sun and the Earth, although little is still known little its physical background. Space weather prediction, which is very important for a modern society expanding into out-space, is another hot topic of space research. However, a long way is still to go to predict exactly when and where a disaster will happen in the space. In that sense, there is much to do for space environment exploration and monitoring. The manuscripts submitted to this Monograph are divided into the following parts: (1) solar surface magnetism, (2) solar magnetic activity, (3) dynamical response of the heliosphere, (4) space environment exploration and monitoring; and (5) space weather prediction. Papers presented in this meeting but not submitted to this Monograph are listed by title as unpublished papers at the end of this book.
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