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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 [Lecture Notes in Physics 254] by  eds Michael Zeilik & David M. Gibson - First Edition, First Printing - 1986 - from Uncommon Works, IOBA (SKU: 781)

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 [Lecture Notes in Physics 254]

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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 [Lecture Notes in Physics 254]

by Michael Zeilik & David M. Gibson, eds

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Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1986. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Good +/none as issued. Good plus, first edition, first printing. Brown, mustard and white cloth boards. Previous owner's name stamped neatly on top edge. Pages show waving/rippling. Text clean and bright. No dust jacket as issued. Illustrated with formulas, b/w photos, graphs, and drawings. x, 415 [2] pp. Octavo, 6 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches tall. Stellar activity cycles, Sallie L. Baliunas; Relations between magnetic activity and stellar properties, Cornelis Zwaan; Rotational velocities of low mass stars in young open clusters, John R. Stauffer, Lee W. Hartmann; Correlation of the Mg II h & k flux versus rotational period in late-type stars, J. G. Doyle; Activity on both components of HR 1099, J. O. Bennett, T. R. Ayres; Observational data relevant to understanding synchronization and circularization in chromospherically active binaries, Douglas S. Hall; “Marginal” by Draconis stars, B. W. Bopp; Southern stars observed at ESO: Lithium abundances for G and K dwarfs and subgiants, M. Cerruti-Sola, R. Pallavicini; The transition regions of warm stars, F. M. Walter, J.L. Linskyl; Activity in F stars, Sidney C. Wolff, Theodore Simon, Ann M. Boesgaard; Naked T Tauri stars and post T Tauri stars, F. M. Walter, P. C. Myers; The chromospheric activity, kinematics and metallicities of gliese catalog M dwarfs, J. R. Stauffer, L. W. Hartmann; The nature of the dynamo in the very late M dwarf stars, Mark S. Giampapa, James Liebert; Photometry and spectroscopy data bank for chromospherically active stars, Douglas S. Hall, Francis C. Fekel, Louis J. Boyd, Russell M. Genet; Preliminary catalog of chromospheric, transition region and coronal fluxes of late-type stars, G. Governini, R. Pallavicini; Results of a survey of chromospherically active stars Francis C. Fekel, Thomas J. Moffett, Gregory W. Henry, Theodore Simon; Southern stars observed at eso: Absolute surface fluxes in the K line of CA II, L. Pasquini, R. Pallavicini, M. Pakull; Photometric variability of main-sequence stars from Wilson's survey, G. W. Lockwood, Brian A. Skiff; Photometric variations and spot cycles in RS CVN stars, M. Busso, F. Scaltriti; Synchronous rotation in the long-period RS CVn binary BM camelopardalis, Douglas S. Hall, Stephanie A. G. Osborn; Possible asynchronous rotation in the long-period RS CVn binary omicron Draconis, Douglas S. Hall, W. Timothy; A possible 8-year variation in the flare activity of AD Leo, B. R. Pettersen, K. P. Panov; Progress report: Precise measurements of radial velocities of far-ultraviolet emission lines in stars of late spectral type, T. Ayres, O. Engvold, E. Jensen, J. Linsky; Highlights of the Einstein survey of cool stars, J. Bookbinder, L. Golub, R. Rosner; X-ray selected M-dwarfs and the diffuse X-ray background, Jean-Pierre Caillault, David J. Helfand, John A. Nousek, Leo O. Takalo; Selected NIPSS-IRAS catalog correlations, Eric R. Craine, Roger B. Culver; An IUE high-dispersion cool-star atlas, T. R. Ayres, E. W. Brugel, J. L. Linskyl, A. Brown, K. G. Carpenter; Simultaneous ultraviolet and optical spectrophotometry of T tauri stars, Robert W. Goodrich, G. H. Herbig; Relations between fluxes measuring stellar activity, C. J. Schrijver; Chromospheric activity and rotation of cool giants and dwarfs, R. G. M. Rutten; On stellar activity, rotation, and the reality of the Vaughan-Preston gap, R. G. M. Rutten, C. J. Schrijver; An IUE survey of activity in red giants and supergiants, I. Oznovich, D. M. Gibson; The effect of extremely rapid rotation on stellar activity: The case of gliese 890, Arthur Young, Andrew Skumanich, Keith MacGregor, Scott Temple; Rotation velocity of F-type stars, Giancarlo Nocil, Antonino Pomilial, Sergio Ortolani; Evidence for magnetic activity in T tauri stars, Jérôme Bouvier, Claude Bertout; Determination of magnetic field strengths in radio stellar binaries by VLBI observations, Jean-Francois Lestrade, Robert L. Mutel, Robert A. Preston, Robert B. Phillips; Chromospheric and transition zone parameters in FK comae stars, Luciana Bianchi, Michael Grewing; Seismology of the sun and other stars, J. Christensen-Dalsgaard; Dynamo theory for the sun and stars, Peter A. Gilman, Edward E. DeLuca; Dynamo theory for a thin layer between the convection zone and the radiative zone of a star. Formulation and preliminary results, Edward E. DeLuca, Peter A. Gilman; Increased chromospheric activity in subgiants related to evolutionary effects, Ronald L. Gilliland; Rotation period evolution of late MS stars, E. Marilli, S. Catalano, C. Trigilio; Rossby or not Rossby, Gibor Basri; Interior models for Procyon A: Evolutionary status and oscillation properties, P. Demarque, D. B. Guenther; Activity driven period changes in RS CVn sytems, D. Van Buren, A. Young; Comment on the-three-body theory of period changes, D. Van Buren; Active regions on HR 1099, Ph. Gondoin; Optical and UV spectroscopy of the peculiar RS CVN system, RT lacertae, David P. Huenemoerder, Samuel C. Barden; On a technique for inferring sizes of stellar active regions, Andrea K. Dobson-Hockey, Richard R. Radick; Maximum entropy reconstruction of starspot distributions, A. Collier Cameron, K. D. Horne; Variability characteristics of lower main-sequence hyades stars, Richard R. Radick, G. W. Lockwood, D. T. Thompson; Coronae of late-type stars observed with exosat R. Pallavicini, B. C. Monsignori-Fossi, M. Landini; Modeling of coronal X-ray emission from active cool stars, R. A. Stern, S.K. Antiochos, F.R. Harnden Jr.; Rapid x-ray variability in Einstein observations of K and M Dwarfs, C. Ambruster, S. Sciortino, L. Golub; Detection of an x-ray flare from a single G dwarf star, B.C. Monsignori-Fossi, R. Pallavicini, M. Landini, L. Piro; Exosat detection of a very large flare on EQ PEG, R. Pallavicini, M. R. Kundu, P. D. Jackson; Simultaneous x-ray and photometric observations of the flare star YZ CMi, J. G. Doyle, C. J. Butler; Flare activity and by-Draconis type variability on the late-type dMe star gliese 867B, J. G. Doyle, P. B. Byrne, C. J. Butler; Models of quiescent stellar microwave emission, D. E. Gary; A CCD/Echelle spectroscopy system for study of active cool stars, L. W. Ramsey, D. P. Huenemoerder; The light curve, H modulation, and possible prominences of the short-period binary DH Leo, S. C. Barden, R. E. Fried, L. W. Ramsey, E. F. Guinan, S. W. Wacker; Multiple component chromospheric models for AR lacertae, J. E. Neff, D. M. Gibson, F. M. Walters; HR 5110: An Algol system with RS CVn characteristics, I. R. Little-Marenin, Jeffrey L. Linsky, Theodore Simon; The advanced X-ray Astronomical Facility (AXAF): A powerful new tool for probing stellar coronae, Jeffrey L. Linsky, Martin C. Weisskopf; Optical, UV and radio observations of RS Canum Venaticorum, S. Catalano, M. Rodono, J. F. Linsky, K. Carpenter, D. Gibson, D. Gary et al.; Radio observations of flare stars in the Pleiades, T. S. Bastian, G. A. Dulk; Filling- in of strong lines in chromosphericlly active K dwarfs, William J. Spiesman, George Wallerstein; The bright, newly discovered by Draconis system HD 80715, Samuel C. Barden, Harold L. Nations; Photometric and spectroscopic monitoring of T Tauri stars Jon A. Holtzman, William Herbst, Spectroscopy of the rapidly rotating K-star HD 36705, O. Vilhu, B. Gustafsson, B. Edvardsson; Coronal heating and the X-ray and microwave emission from M-dwarf flare stars, Gordon D. Holman; The time variability of magnetic fields on epsilon eridani, Steven H. Saar, Jeffrey L. Linsky, Douglas K. Duncan; Further observations of magnetic fields on active dwarf stars, Steven H. Saar, Jeffrev L. Linsky; A flare event on the quiet dM star HD 95735, R. A. Donahue, S. L. Baliunas, J. Frazer, H. French, H. Lanning; Microwave observations of flare stars UV Ceti, at mic, and AU mic, M. R. Kundu, P. D. Jackson, M. Melozzi, S. M. White; Arma analysis of apt light curves, Eric R. Nelson; Some rapidly rotating cool stars and their activity, E. Budding, M. Zeilik; The short-period RS CVN systems: A preliminary starspot analysis, Michael Zeilik, Edwin Budding; X-Ray emission of andromedae: Correlation with spot activity, R. Mewe, C. J. Schrijver; X-ray spectroscopy of capella and 2 coronae borealis, C. J. Schrijver, R. Mewe; Photoelectric monitoring of the rapid light curve variations of FK Comae, E. F. Guinan, C. R. Robinson, S. W. Wacker; Periodic modulation in radial velocities of Capella Aa and Ab, S. M. Rucinski; Comparison of theoretical and observed sodium D2 line profiles for two late-type dwarfs, D. C. Boice; Coordinated exosat and optical observations of HD 36705 A. Collier Cameron, D. K. Bedford, T. Lloyd Evans, S. M. Rucinski, O. Vilhus, N. E. Whites, Spots and plages on II Peg during 1984, Patrick B. Byrne, Peter Panagi, The extraordinary flare/by Dra star HDE319139, Patrick B. Byrne; Automatic photoelectric telescopes and cool stars, Louis J. Boyd, Russell M. Genet, Douglas S. Hall; Preliminary results of IUE spectroscopy and photometry of II PEG and V 711 TAU, A. D. Andrews; Coordinated EXOSAT and spectroscopic observations of flare stars and coronal heating, C. J. Butler, M. Rodono; Linear polarization and activity in late-type stars, J. Huovelin, S. Linnaluoto, V. Piirola, I. Tuominen, H. Virtanen; The dichotomy between co absorptions and CA II emissions in the sun and stars: an indirect diagnostic for gas disturbed by magnetic fields? T. Ayres; The magnetic structure of solar and stellar atmospheres, E. N. Parker; Calculation of mechanical energy generation from an envelope model of Arcturus, H. U. Bohn; Mass loss estimates in cool giants and supergiants, Stephen A. Drake; Stellar pulsation, atmospheric structure, and mass loss, L. A. Willson, G. H. Bowen; Theoretical interpretations of anomalous cepheid pulsations, Arthur N. Cox, Charles R. Proffitt; Light and velocity curves of bump cepheids, Charles R. Proffitt, Arthur N. Cox; Spectropolarimetry of long period variables, Colin Aspin, Hugo E. Schwarz; Polarigenic mechanisms in cool stars, Hugo E. Schwarz, Colin Aspin; Recent spectroscopic observations of Alpha Orionis, A.K. Dupree, S.-L Baliunas, E. F. Guinan, L. Hartmann, G. S. Sonneborn; The H-alpha envelope of Alpha Ori, E. K. Hege, J. C. Hebden, J. C. Christou; A graphical review of occultation results, Nathaniel M. White, Barry Feierman; An analysis of IRAS low resolution spectra (LRS) of carbon and m variable stars, Irene R. Little-Marenin, Charles Wilton; An analysis of IRAS low resolution spectra of S stars, Stephen J. Little, Irene R. Little-Marenin; Abundance anomalies in red giants, S. R. Sreenivasan, W. J. F. Wilson; Acceleration of supergiant stellar winds, I. A. Ahmad, R. E. Stencel; Mass loss of the G3 Ib-II primary in the Zeta Aurigae system 22 Vul, A. Che-Bohnenstengel, D. Reimers; Anisotropic winds from T Tauri stars, S. Edwards, S. E. Strom, I. Heyer, K. M. Strom; EUV observations of solar coronal outflows, G. J. Rottman, F. Q. Orrall; Calibrated high resolution full spectral coverage of T Tauri stars, Ulrich Finkenzeller, Gibor Basri; Companions to orionis M. Karovska, P. Nisenson, R. W. Noyes, R. Stachnik; 10 µm array imaging of circumstellar dust, E. E. Bloemhof, W. C. Danchi, C. H. Townes, A. H. B. Vanderwyck; Multifrequency VLA observations of the pre-main sequence stars HL TAU, XZ TAU, FS TAU A and FS TAU B, A. Brown, I. S. A. Drake, R. Mundtj; How common are hybrid stars? first results from a distance-limited survey of K bright giants, Alexander Brown; C II lines in the ultraviolet spectra of cool carbon stars, H. R. Johnson, D. G. Luttermoser; Light, velocity, and H variations in the pulsating red giant V CVn, J. G. Loeser, S. L. Baliunas, E. F. Guinann, J. A. Mattei, S. Wackern; MHD wave-driven winds from open magnetic structures, Joseph M. Davila; Theory of hot coronae in T Tauri stellar winds, N. P. M. Kuin; Implications of a direct photometric comparison of the EUV-corona and the K-Corona, F. Q. Orrall, R. R. Fisher, R. H. Munro, G. J. Rottman; Rotational modulation of continuum and integrated line fluxes, Marcello Rodono; Spectroscopic variability associated with chromospheric activity: The CEN system, B. Foing, J. Beckman, L. Crivellari, G. Vladilo, S. Char; Dynamical chromospheric structure of orionis, M. Querci, F. Querci; K-Line emission and the integrated surface magnetic field on the sun, K. R. Sivaraman, R. Kariyappa.


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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 [Lecture Notes in Physics 254]
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