Magnetic Helicity

Aims:   Determine how the magnetic helicity is brought in the corona
                  via photospheric motions and carried away via CMEs.
           The conservation of magnetic helicity is expected to provide a
               link beteen sub-photospheric, coronal, and interplanetary physics
               of magnetic flux tubes.

Luoni, M.L., Mandrini, C.H., Dasso, S., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L.,  Démoulin, P.
               Tracing magnetic helicity from the solar corona to the
                 interplanetary space
        2005, JASTP, 67, 1734      PDF
Gulisano, A.M., Dasso, S., Mandrini, C.H., Démoulin, P.
                Magnetic clouds:  A statistical study of magnetic helicity
        2005, JASTP, 67, 1761     PDF
Pariat, E., Démoulin, P., Berger, M.A.,
                Photospheric flux density of magnetic helicity
        2005, A&A,  439, 1191     PDF
Dasso, S., Mandrini, C.H., Démoulin, P., Farrugia, C.J.
               Magnetic helicity analysis of an interplanetary twisted flux tube
        2003, JGR, 108, A10, 1362        PDF
Démoulin, P., Berger, M.A.,
                Magnetic energy and helicity fluxes at the photospheric level,
        2003, Solar Physics, 215, 203      PDF
Green L.M., Lòpez Fuentes M., Mandrini C.H., Démoulin P.,  et al.
                The magnetic helicity budget of a CME-prolific active region,
        2002, Solar Physics, 208, 43   PDF
Démoulin P., van Driel-Gesztelyi L., Mandrini C.H., Thompson B., et al.,
                What is the source of the magnetic helicity shed by CMEs~?
                     The long-term helicity budget of AR  7978,
        2002, A&A,  382, 650    PDF
Démoulin P., van Driel-Gesztelyi L., Mandrini C.H., Lòpez Fuentes M.
               & Aulanier, G.
                The magnetic helicity injected by shearing motions
        2002, Solar Physics,  207, 85    PDF