Stenborg, G.; Marsch, E.; Vourlidas, A.; Howard, R.; Baldwin, K.: A novel technique to measure intensity fluctuations in EUV images and to detect coronal sound waves nearby active regions. Astronomy and Astrophysics 526, A58 (2011)
Yao, S.; He, J.-S.; Marsch, E.; Tu, C.-Y.; Pedersen, A.; Rème, H.; Trotignon, J. G.: Multi-scale anti-correlation between electron density and magnetic field strength in the solar wind. Astrophysical Journal 728, 146 (2011)
Bourouaine, S.; Marsch, E.; Neubauer, F. M.: Correlations between the proton temperature anisotropy and transverse high-frequency waves in the solar wind. Geophysical Research Letters 37, L14104, pp. 1 - 4 (2010)
Guo, J. N.; Büchner, J.; Otto, A.; Santos, J.; Marsch, E.; Gan, W. Q.: Is the 3-D magnetic null point with a convective electric field an efficient particle accelerator? Astronomy and Astrophysics 513, A73 (2010)
He, J.-S.; Marsch, E.; Tu, C.-Y.; Tian, H.; Guo, L.-J.: Reconfiguration of the coronal magnetic field by means of reconnection driven by photospheric magnetic flux convergence. Astronomy and Astrophysics 510, A40 (2010)
Petrosyan, A.; Balogh, A.; Goldstein, M. L.; Léorat, J.; Marsch, E.; Petrovay, K.; Roberts, B.; von Steiger, R.; Vial, J. C.: Turbulence in the Solar Atmosphere and Solar Wind. Space Science Reviews 156, pp. 135 - 238 (2010)
Yao, S.; Marsch, E.; Tu, C.; Schwenn, R.: Identification of prominence ejecta by the proton distribution function and magnetic fine structure in interplanetary coronal mass ejections in the inner heliosphere. Journal Geophysical Research 115, A05103 (2010)
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