Lectures

Display collections used in my lecturing.  Without my oral explanation they are rather cryptic (perhaps no less with it).  I use these displays when invited to teach elsewhere.

Many displays contain links to full-size figures, zoom-ins, blinkers, movies and publication cutouts that reside elsewhere in my laptop and will not open for you.  Most have clickers at the bottom that return to the opening page and serve a thumbnail index.  With Acrobat clicking the title returns to the last-shown page.

Introduction to the solar spectrum   (1-2 lectures in a last-year high school or first-year undergraduate course)

Physics of (eclipsed) sunshine   (1-2 lectures for eclipse tourists, including the above introduction)

Solar spectrum formation: theory   (3-8 lectures in a graduate course)

Solar spectrum formation: examples   (2-4 lectures in a graduate course)

Observations of the solar five-minute oscillation   (1 lecture in a graduate course)

Theory of the solar five-minute oscillation   (2-3 lectures in a graduate course)