David H. Brooks
David H. Brooks
George Mason University
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Ionization state, excited populations and emission of impurities in dynamic finite density plasmas: I. The generalized collisional–radiative model for light elements
HP Summers, WJ Dickson, MG O'mullane, NR Badnell, AD Whiteford, ...
Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion 48 (2), 263, 2006
A systematic survey of high-temperature emission in solar active regions
HP Warren, AR Winebarger, DH Brooks
The Astrophysical Journal 759 (2), 141, 2012
Constraints on the heating of high-temperature active region loops: observations from Hinode and the Solar Dynamics Observatory
HP Warren, DH Brooks, AR Winebarger
The Astrophysical Journal 734 (2), 90, 2011
Active region transition region loop populations and their relationship to the corona
I Ugarte-Urra, HP Warren, DH Brooks
The Astrophysical Journal 695 (1), 642, 2009
Observations of active region loops with the EUV imaging spectrometer on Hinode
HP Warren, I Ugarte-Urra, GA Doschek, DH Brooks, DR Williams
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 686 (2), L131, 2008
A study of extreme ultraviolet blinker activity
RA Harrison, J Lang, DH Brooks, DE Innes
Astronomy and Astrophysics 351, 1115-1132, 1999
Hinode EUV study of jets in the Sun’s south polar corona
C Len, LK Harra, D Baker, L van Driel-Gesztelyi, J Sun, GA Doschek, ...
Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan 59 (sp3), S751-S756, 2007
Full-Sun observations for identifying the source of the slow solar wind
DH Brooks, I Ugarte-Urra, HP Warren
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-9, 2015
Evidence for steady heating: observations of an active region core with Hinode and TRACE
HP Warren, AR Winebarger, DH Brooks
The Astrophysical Journal 711 (1), 228, 2010
The quiet Sun extreme ultraviolet spectrum observed in normal incidence by the SOHO coronal diagnostic spectrometer
DH Brooks, GA Fischbacher, A Fludra, RA Harrison, DE Innes, E Landi, ...
Astronomy and Astrophysics 347, 277-312, 1999
Establishing a connection between active region outflows and the solar wind: abundance measurements with EIS/Hinode
DH Brooks, HP Warren
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 727 (1), L13, 2010
Solar coronal loops resolved by Hinode and the Solar Dynamics Observatory
DH Brooks, HP Warren, I Ugarte-Urra
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 755 (2), L33, 2012
Predicting observational signatures of coronal heating by Alfvén waves and nanoflares
P Antolin, K Shibata, T Kudoh, D Shiota, D Brooks
The Astrophysical Journal 688 (1), 669, 2008
Spectroscopic observations of current sheet formation and evolution
HP Warren, DH Brooks, I Ugarte-Urra, JW Reep, NA Crump, GA Doschek
The Astrophysical Journal 854 (2), 122, 2018
High spatial resolution observations of loops in the solar corona
DH Brooks, HP Warren, I Ugarte-Urra, AR Winebarger
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 772 (2), L19, 2013
The temperature and density structure of the solar corona. I. Observations of the quiet Sun with the EUV imaging spectrometer on Hinode
HP Warren, DH Brooks
The Astrophysical Journal 700 (1), 762, 2009
Magnetic topology of active regions and coronal holes: Implications for coronal outflows and the solar wind
L van Driel-Gesztelyi, JL Culhane, D Baker, P Démoulin, CH Mandrini, ...
Solar Physics 281 (1), 237-262, 2012
An Hα surge provoked by moving magnetic features near an emerging flux region
DH Brooks, H Kurokawa, TE Berger
The Astrophysical Journal 656 (2), 1197, 2007
Hinode/extreme-ultraviolet imaging spectrometer observations of the temperature structure of the quiet corona
DH Brooks, HP Warren, DR Williams, T Watanabe
The Astrophysical Journal 705 (2), 1522, 2009
A study of a tiny two-ribbon flare driven by emerging flux
T Sakajiri, DH Brooks, T Yamamoto, D Shiota, H Isobe, S Akiyama, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 616 (1), 578, 2004
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