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Paper: Large-scale Organizations Related to Eruptive Phenomena on the Solar Surface
Volume: 346, Large-scale Structures and their Role in Solar Activity
Page: 289
Authors: Lin, J.
Abstract: This review highlights recent progress made in the research on eruptive phenomena related to the large-scale organizations near the solar surface. Usually, these organizations are manifested by solar flares and eruptive prominences during the eruptions. We start by briefly overviewing the properties of the prominences and the related magnetic configurations prior to the eruptions. Then, we discuss the correlations among various manifestations displayed by a typical eruptive process. Our main focus is on the works related to the observations and studies of the current sheet and other important features related to the magnetic reconnection process during the eruptions.
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