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1. Introduction: solar features and terminology; 2. Stellar structure; 3. Solar rotation and meridional flow; 4. Solar magnetic structure; 5. Solar magnetic configurations; 6. Global properties of the solar magnetic field; 7. The solar dynamo; 8. The solar outer atmosphere; 9. Stellar outer atmospheres; 10. Mechanisms of outer-atmospheric heating; 11. Activity and stellar properties; 12. Stellar magnetic phenomena; 13. Activity and rotation on evolutionary time scales; 14. Activity in binary stars; 15. Propositions on stellar dynamos; Appendix I: unit conversions; Index.
From the hardback review: '... a valuable summary of our understanding of solar physics and its offspring astrophysics ... The book will be enjoyed by many.' Irish Astronomical Journal From the hardback review: '... it is an extremely useful reference for researchers and graduate students working in this field ... This is, I believe, a very timely book that will be read by both solar and stellar astronomers. As observations of the magnetic fields of other stars have improved, it has become apparent that the solar paradigm, is not always appropriate. A comprehensive review such as this will hopefully inform advances in the fields of both solar and stellar magnetic activity.' Moira Jardine, The Observatory From the hardback review: 'The result is an illuminating and comprehensive view of stellar magnetic activity.' Europe & Astronomy From the hardback review: '... a splendid book that reviews our current understanding of many key topics in solar and stellar activity ... the strength of the book lies in the clear overview it provides of activity both on the Sun and on other stars, from an observer's viewpoint ... highly recommended.' Eric R. Priest, Physics Today From the hardback review: 'Students must read it, professionals must use it for reference.' Michael Stix, Solar Physics