Thompson, M.J. and Zharkov, S. (2008) Time-distance analysis of the emerging active region NOAA 10790. Solar Physics, 251 (1-2). pp. 369-380. ISSN 1573-093XFull text available as:
We investigate the emergence of Active Region NOAA 10790 by means of time – distance helioseismology. Shallow regions of increased sound speed at the location of increased magnetic activity are observed, with regions becoming deeper at the locations of sunspot pores. We also see a long-lasting region of decreased sound speed located underneath the region of the flux emergence, possibly relating to a temperature perturbation due to magnetic quenching of eddy diffusivity, or to a dense flux tube. We detect and track an object in the subsurface layers of the Sun characterised by increased sound speed which could be related to emerging magnetic-flux and thus obtain a provisional estimate of the speed of emergence of around 1 km s−1.
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|Institution:||The University of Sheffield|
|Academic Units:||The University of Sheffield > Faculty of Science (Sheffield) > School of Mathematics and Statistics (Sheffield)|
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|Date Deposited:||09 Mar 2010 14:47|
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