**Reconnection in magnetic and vorticity fields.** / Hornig, Gunnar.

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Hornig, G 2002, Reconnection in magnetic and vorticity fields. in K Bajer & HK Moffatt (eds), *Tubes, sheets and singularities in fluid dynamics: proceedings of the NATO ARW, 2-7 September 2001, Zakopane, Poland.* Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 133-138, NATO Advanced Research Workshop: Tubes, Sheets and Singularities in Fluid Dynamics , Zakopane, Poland, 2-7 September. DOI: 10.1007/0-306-48420-X_19

Hornig, G. (2002). Reconnection in magnetic and vorticity fields. In K. Bajer, & H. K. Moffatt (Eds.), *Tubes, sheets and singularities in fluid dynamics: proceedings of the NATO ARW, 2-7 September 2001, Zakopane, Poland *(pp. 133-138). Kluwer Academic Publishers. DOI: 10.1007/0-306-48420-X_19

Hornig G. Reconnection in magnetic and vorticity fields. In Bajer K, Moffatt HK, editors, Tubes, sheets and singularities in fluid dynamics: proceedings of the NATO ARW, 2-7 September 2001, Zakopane, Poland. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 2002. p. 133-138. Available from, DOI: 10.1007/0-306-48420-X_19

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