- Table 1:
Overview of the measured and observed parameters from the data taken on June 13th 2001 as part of JOP144 in the 171 Å passband. L is the length of the observed footpoint,
is the average footpoint width,
is the divergence rate of the loop footpoint,
is the range of intensity variation in amplitude above the background,
indicates the dominant period found by wavelet analysis, v is an estimate of the propagation speed of the oscillation (where
indicates the order of the propagation speed) and
is the length along each footpoint that the oscillation could be detected.
- Table 2:
Overview of the measured and observed parameters from the data taken on May 3rd 2003 as part of JOP83 in the 171 Å passband. Variables as defined in Table 1.
- Table 3:
Table showing that certain loop strands oscillate distinctly. Namely strand 2 is oscillating at 1605 UT, not at 1740 UT but again at 2012 UT. Strand 5 oscillates at 1740 UT, not at 1834 UT but is observed to oscillate again at 1858 UT.
- Table 4:
Overview of the averages and ranges of the physical parameters of the 25 oscillating coronal loop footpoints observed in this study from April 21st 2003 until May 3rd 2003. Note that the uncertainty in the parameters is taken to be the standard error in the mean,
- Table 5:
Statistical overview of the averages and ranges of the physical properties of the 63 oscillations in coronal loop footpoints found in this study combined with that in De Moortel et al. (2002a). Note that the uncertainty in the parameters is taken to be the standard error in the mean,
- Table B.1:
Overview of the oscillations found in JOP83 in the 171 Å bandpass of TRACE observed during the period between April 23rd 2003 and May 3rd 2003; the date and time indicate the start of the sequence (UT), AR identifies the NOAA active region number, (x,y) gives the solar x and solar y coordinates of the loop footpoint, d indicates the duration of the sequence in minutes, L is the loop length in Mm,
is the average width of the footpoint in Mm and
gives the divergence rate of the footpoints.
- Table B.2:
Overview of the oscillations found in JOP83 in the 171 Å bandpass of TRACE observed during the period between April 23rd 2003 and May 3rd 2003;
is the projected speed of propagation of the wave,
is the range of amplitudes relative to the background intensity,
is the minimum period and maximum period found over all the positions using the wavelet analysis,
is the dominant period at which the oscillations propagates, Pfft is the period identified using the Fast Fourier Transform, sunspot Y indicates a loop above a sunspot region and N indicates there is no sunspot observed,
is the length along the loop that the oscillation is detected and F is the estimated energy flux of the wave.