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PhD Students of Jeffrey Linsky
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Richard Shine (1973)
George Mount (1975)
Thomas Ayres (1975)
Douglas Brown
(1975)
• Gibor Basri (1979)
• Patricia Bornmann
(1985)
• James Neff (1987)
• Steven Saar (1987)
• Stephen Skinner
(1992)
• Brian Wood (1996)
• Seth Redfield (2003)
• Gregory Herczeg
(2005)
Richard Shine (1973): Physical
Properties of Solar Plages
• Physical properties of solar chromospheric
plages. I. Line profiles of the Ca II H, K, and IR
triplet lines (SoPh 25, 357, 1972)
• Line profiles and turbulence generated by
acoustic waves in the solar chromosphere. II.
Contours of the CaII K and MgII k lines (A+A 29,
7, 1973)
• A facular model based on the wings of the CaII
lines (SoPh 37, 145, 1974)
• Physical properties of solar chromospheric
plages. II. Chromospheric plage models (SoPh
39, 49, 1974)
George Mount (1975): Models of the Upper
Photospheres of the Sun and Arcturus based on
Molecular Spectra
• One- and multi-component models of the upper
photosphere based on molecular spectra. I., The violet
system of CN (0,0) (SoPh 32,13, 1973)
• …II. CN (1,1) of the CN violet system (SoPh 35, 259,
1974)
• …III. CH (0,0) λ3144 of the CH C-X system (SoPh 36,
287, 1974)
• …IV. Non-LTE treatment of the CN violet system (SoPh
41, 17, 1975)
• A non-LTE analysis of the CN 3883Å band head in the
upper photosphere of Arcturus (ApJ 200, 383, 1975)
• A new solar carbon abundance based on non-LTE CN
molecular spectra (ApJ 202, l51, 1975)
Thomas Ayres (1975): The Lower Chromospheres
and Upper Photospheres of Late-type Stars
• Stellar model chromospheres. I. On the
temperature minima of F, G, and K stars (ApJ
180, 473, 1973)
• …II. Procyon (F5 IV-V) (ApJ 192, 93, 1974)
• …III. Arcturus (K2 III) (ApJ 200, 660, 1975)
• …IV. The formation of the H feature in the Sun
(G2 V) and Arcturus (K2 III) (ApJ 201, 212,
1975)
• …V. α Centauri A (G2V) and α Centauri B (K1V)
(ApJ 210, 199, 1976)
Thomas Ayres (continued)
• A possible width-luminosity correlation of the Ca
K1 and Mg k1 features (ApJ 195, L121, 1975)
• Resonance line transfer with partial
redistribution. III. MgII resonance lines in solartype stars (ApJ 197, 143, 1975)
• Semiempirical upper photosphere models – the
Sun (G2V) and Procyon (F5 IV-V) (ApJ 201,
799, 1975)
• The Mg II h and k lines. II. Comparison with
synthesized profiles and Ca II K (ApJ 205, 874,
1976)
Gibor Basri (1979): Supergiant
Chromospheres
• Outer atmospheres of cool stars. II. Mg II flux
profiles and chromospheric radiative loss rates
(ApJ 234, 1023, 1979)
• …VII. High resolution, absolute flux profiles of
Mg II h and k lines in stars of spectral type F8 to
M5 (ApJS 44, 383, 1980)
• …VIII. IUE observations and chromospheric
models for the supergiant stars β Draconis, 
Geminorum, and α Orionis (ApJ 251, 162, 1981)
• Formation of chromospheric resonance line
profiles in supergiants (ApJ 242, 1133, 1980)
Patricia Bornmann (1985): Properties of Solar Flare
Plasmas Derived from Soft X-ray Line Emission
• A new method for determining temperature and
emission measure during solar flares from light
curves of soft X-ray line fluxes (ApJ 293, 595,
1985)
• Further analysis of temperature and emission
measure during the decay phase of solar flares
derived from soft X-ray light curves (SoPh 102,
111, 1985)
• Turbulence as a contributor to intermediate
energy storage during solar flares (ApJ 313,
449, 1987)
James Neff (1987): Spectral Images and Multicomponent Models of the Chromospheres of AR
Lacertae
• Rotational modulation and flares on RS CVn and
BY Dra stars. III. IUE observations of V711 Tau
(=HR 1099), II Peg, and AR Lac (A+A 176, 267,
1987)
• …IV. The spatially resolved chromosphere of AR
Lacertae (A+A 186, 241, 1987)
• …XI. Ultraviolet spectral images of AR Lacertae
in September 1985 (A+A 215, 79, 1989)
• Spectral images and multicomponent models of
the chromospheres of AR Lacertae (PASP 100,
407, 1988)
Steven Saar (1987): Observations and Analysis of
the Photospheric Magnetic Fields on the Dwarf G,
K, and M Stars
• The photospheric magnetic field of the
dM3.5e flare star AD Leonis (ApJ 299,
L47, 1985)
• The magnetic field of the BY Draconis star
EQ Virginis (ApJ 302, 777, 1986)
• Improved methods for the measurement
and analysis of stellar magnetic fields (ApJ
324, 441, 1988)
Stephen Skinner (1992): Radio Emission
from Pre-main-sequence Stars
• New radio detections of early-type pre-main-sequence
stars (ApJ 357, L39, 1990)
• BD+24°676 – an intermediate-mass, pre-main-sequence
star (PASP 102, 754, 1990)
• Nonthermal radio emission from the X-ray bright K5 IV
star 1E1751+7046 (ApJ 368, 272, 1991)
• A search for evidence of cold dust around naked T Tauri
stars (AJ 102, 1742, 1991)
• Circularly polarized radio emission from the T Tauri star
Hubble 4 (ApJ 408, 660, 1993)
• A high-sensitivity survey of radio continuum emission
from Herbig Ae/Be stars (ApJS 87, 217, 1993)
Brian Wood (1996): The Physical Properties and
Dynamics of Stellar Transition Regions based on
High Resolution Ultraviolet Spectra
• High-velocity plasma in the transition region of AU
Microscopii: Evidence for magnetic reconnection and
saturated heating during quiescent and flaring conditions
(ApJ 430, 342, 1994)
• The transition regions of Capella (ApJ 442, 381, 1995)
• A reanalysis of the SWP-HI IUE observations of Capella
(ApJ 443, 329, 1995)
Brian Wood (continued)
• Goddard High-Resolution Spectrograph
observations of Procyon and HR 1099 (ApJ 458,
761, 1996)
• Evaluating possible heating mechanisms using
the transition region line profiles of late-type
stars (ApJ 478, 745, 1997)
• Dissecting Capella’s corona: GHRS spectra of
the Fe XXI λ1354 and He II λ1640 lines from
each of the Capella stars (ApJ 492, 767, 1998)
Seth Redfield (2003): The Three-dimensional
Physical Structure of the Local Interstellar Medium
• The three-dimensional structure of the warm
LISM. I. Methodology (ApJ 528, 756, 2000)
• …II. The Colorado Model of the Local Interstellar
Cloud (ApJ 534, 825, 2000)
• Microstructure of the Local Interstellar Cloud and
the identification of the Hyades Cloud (ApJ 551,
413, 2001)
• Elemental abundances and ionization states
within the LIC from HST and FUSE observations
of the Capella line of sight (ApJ 581, 1168, 2002)
Seth Redfield (continued)
• The structure of the Local Interstellar
Medium. I High-resolution observations of
Fe II, Mg II, and Ca II toward stars within
100 parsecs (ApJS 139, 439, 2002)
• …II. Observations of D I, C II, N I, O I, Al
II, and Si II toward stars within 100
parsecs (ApJ 602, 776, 2004)
• …III. Temperature and turbulence (ApJ
613, 1004, 2004)
Gregory Herczeg (2005): Molecular Hydrogen
Fluorescence and Accretion in FUV Spectra of T
Tauri Stars
• The far-ultraviolet spectrum of TW Hydrae. I.
Observations of H2 fluorescence (ApJ 572, 310,
2002)
• …II. Models of H2 fluorescence in a disk (ApJ
607, 369, 2004)
• Mapping the circumstellar environment of T Tauri
with fluorescent H2 emission (AJ 126, 3076,
2003)
• The loopy ultraviolet line profiles of RU Lupi:
Accretion, outflows, and fluorescence (AJ 129,
2777, 2005)
Gregory Herczeg (continued)
• The origin of fluorescent H2 emission in an
HST/STIS survey of T Tauri stars (to be
submitted to ApJ)
• Reconstructing the hidden Lyα emission
from classical T Tauri stars (to be
submitted to ApJ)
• Probing accretion, winds, and H2
fluorescence in the FUSE spectrum of the
CTTS TW Hya (to be written)
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