PUBLISHED PAPERS

1.     E. M. Lindsay and D. J. Mullan, “Emission line objects in the Large Magellanic Cloud", Irish AJ.  6, 55 (1963).

2.     D. J. Mullan, “Identification of Parkes Radio Sources on Armagh-Dunsink- Harvard Plates", Irish AJ. 9,  246-270 (1970).

3.    D. J. Mullan, “The interstellar medium as a cosmic-ray detector", Irish AJ. 9, 250-267

        (1970).

4.     D. J. Mullan, “Cellular convection in stellar envelopes: Research Note", Irish AJ. 9, 310-315 (1970).

5.       D. J. Mullan, “The Structure of Transverse Hydromagnetic Shocks in Regions of Low Ionization", Monthly Notices Roy. Astron. Soc. 153, 145-170 (1971).

6.       D. J. Mullan, “Sequences for binocular variables", J. Brit. Astron. Assoc. 81, 454-459 (1971).

7.       D. J. Mullan, “Cellular convection in model stellar envelopes", Monthly Notices Roy. Astron. Soc. 154, 467-489 (1971).

8.       D. J. Mullan, “The space between the stars", Irish AJ. 10, 1-12 (1971).

9.       D. J. Mullan, “Effects of rotation on cellular convection: solar cyclones", Irish AJ. 10, 12-24 (1971).

10.    D. J. Mullan, “Possible identification of molecular helium in a white dwarf", Irish AJ. 10, 25-28 (1971).

11.    A. D. Andrews and D. J. Mullan, “New variable stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud", Irish AJ. 10, 149 (1971).

12.    D. J. Mullan, Flares of Red Dwarf Stars (translation of Russian book by R. E. Gershberg); published in mimeographed form by Armagh Observatory, 221 pages (1971).

13.    D. J. Mullan, “Thin solar convection zone and sunspots", Nature Phys. Sci. 235, 58-59 (1972).

14.    D. J. Mullan, “Transition from shallow to deep convection zones", Astrophys. Letters 12, 13-16 (1972).

15.    D. J. Mullan, “Are penumbral filaments convection rolls?", Astron. Astrophys. 24,  103-107 (1973).

16.    D. J. Mullan, “Earthquake waves and the geomagnetic dynamo", Science 181, 553-554 (1973).

17.    D. J. Mullan, “Fast rotation of metal-poor stars", Astron. Astrophys. 27, 379-381 (1973).

18.    D. J. Mullan, “Convection in A stars: convection suppressed in magnetic A stars?", Irish AJ. 11,  32-82 (1973).

19.    D. J. Mullan, “On the possibility of constructing a radiative sunspot model in magnetohydrostatic equilibrium", Solar Phys. 30,  75-81 (1973).

20.    H. S. Yun and D. J. Mullan, “Can oscillations grow in a sunspot umbra?", Solar Phys. 30,  83-91 (1973).

21.    D. J. Mullan, “Flare triggering by coherent oscillations", Astrophys. J. 185, 353-356 (1973).

22.    D. J. Mullan, “Sunspots, supergranules, and the depth of the solar convection zone", Astrophys. J. 186,  1059-1063 (1973).

23.    D. J. Mullan, “Correction of sunspot intensities for scattered light", Solar Phys. 32, 65-75 (1973).

24.    D. J. Mullan, “Comments on papers by P.R.Wilson concerning sunspots", Solar Phys. 32,  441-444 (1973).

25.    Book reviews in Irish AJ: (a) Radio Astronomy and the Galactic System, by H. van Woerden, v. 10, 114 (1971); (b) Cosmic Gamma Rays, by F. W. Stecker, v. 10, 118 (1971); (c) Stellar Physics, by H. Y. Chiu, v. 10, 151 (1971).

26.    Book review in J. Franklin Institute: Introduction to the Theory of Plasma Turbulence, by V. N. Tsytovich, v. 296, 374 (1973).

27.    D. J. Mullan, “Sunspot models with Alfven wave emission", Astrophys. J. 187,  621-631 (1974).

28.    D. J. Mullan, “Starspots on flare stars", Astrophys. J. 192,  149-157 (1974).

29.    D. J. Mullan, “Is magnetic convection important in the sun?", Solar Phys. 38,  9-13 (1974).

30.    D. J. Mullan, “Magnetic fields in the sun", J. Franklin Inst. 298,  341-362 (1974).

31.    D. J. Mullan, “On the possibility of magnetic starspots on the primary components of W Ursae Majoris systems", Astrophys. J. 198,  563-573 (1975).

32.    D. J. Mullan, “Magnetic fields in dMe stars: how effective is the battery mechanism¿", Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific 87,  455-458 (1975).

33.    D. J. Mullan, “Are stellar flares energized by the missing energy in starspots?", Astrophys. J. 200,  641-645 (1975).

34.    D. J. Mullan, “Magnetic fields and dense chromospheres in dMe stars", Astron. Astrophys. 40,  41-54 (1975).

35.    D. J. Mullan, “E. M. Lindsay: an all-Ireland astronomer", Irish AJ. 12, 110-113 (1975).

36.    D. J. Mullan, “Polarized light in lower main sequence stars: is it due to synchrotron emission?", Astrophys. J. 201,  630-636 (1975).

37.    D. J. Mullan, “Sympathetic stellar flares and electron precipitation as probes of coronal structure in flare stars", Astrophys. J. 204,  530-538 (1976); ibid. 206,  672 (1976).

38.    D. J. Mullan and R. A. Bell, “Possible evidence for the occurrence of magnetic fields stronger than 20 kilogauss in the red dwarf star BY Draconis", Astrophys. J. 204,  818-829 (1976).

39.    D. J. Mullan, “Thermal X-rays from stellar flares: re-evaluation of scaling from solar flares", Astrophys. J. 207,  289-295 (1976).

40.    D. J. Mullan, “Flaring white dwarfs and gamma-ray bursts", Astrophys. J. 208, 199-210 (1976).

41.    D. J. Mullan, “Flare Stars. I. Physical characteristics of the stars", Irish AJ. 12, 161-182 (1976); ibid. 12,  231 (1976).

42.    D. J. Mullan, “Properties of minimum flux coronae in dwarfs and giants", Astrophys. J. 209,  171-178 (1976).

43.    D. J. Mullan, “Flare Stars. II. Physical characteristics of the flares", Irish AJ. 12,  277-315 (1976).

44.    D. J. Mullan, “Mean colors of stellar flare continuum", Astrophys. J. 210,  702-712 (1976).

45.    D. J. Mullan, “A comment on ’A comment on the damping of magnetohydrodynamic waves’ by Bibhas R. De", Astrophys. Spa. Sci. 44,  L9-L12 (1976).

46.    D. J. Mullan, “A model for non-monotonic light curves of stellar flares", Astrophys. J. 212,  171-178 (1977).

47.    C. Bruce Tarter and D. J. Mullan, “Influence of stellar flare X-rays on the optical light curve", Astrophys. J. 212,  179-185 (1977).

48.    D. J. Mullan, “Second stage acceleration in solar flares", Astron. Astrophys. 52,  305-306 (1976).

49.    D. J. Mullan, “Heterogeneities in the solar atmosphere", Invited Review in: IAU Highlights of Astronomy , part II, pp. 377-387 (1977).

50.    K. H. Schatten and D. J. Mullan, “Fast azimuthal transport of solar cosmic rays via a coronal magnetic bottle", J. Geophys. Res. 82,  5609-5620 (1977).

51.    D. J. Mullan, “Solar and stellar flares: an invited review", Solar Phys. 54,  183-206 (1977).

52.    D. J. Mullan, “The sunspot mystery: a film review", Amer. J. Phys. 45,  784-785 (1977).

53.    D. J. Mullan, “Dust from the sun?", Astron. Astrophys. 61,  369-375 (1977).

54.    D. J. Mullan, “Supersonic stellar winds and rapid mass loss in cool stars", Astrophys. J. 226,  151-166 (1978).

55.    D. J. Mullan and K. H. Schatten, “Motions of solar cosmic rays in the coronal magnetic field", Solar Phys. 62,  153-177 (1979).

56.    D. J. Mullan, “Detectability of starspot magnetic fields", Astrophys. J. 231,  152-160 (1979).

57.    D. J. Mullan, “Long-lived sources of solar cosmic rays", in: Particle Acceleration Mechanisms in Astrophysics, AIP Conf. Proc. No. 56, eds. J. Arons, C. Max, and C. McKee, pp. 163-167 (1979).

58.    A. J. Owens and D. J. Mullan, “Pre-main sequence stars and galactic cosmic rays", Proc. Int. Cosmic Ray Conf. No. XVI (Kyoto) 2,  98-102 (1979).

59.    D. J. Mullan, “Can flare stars be the source of galactic cosmic rays?", Proc. Int. Cosmic Ray Conf. No. XVI (Kyoto) 2,  92-97 (1979).

60.    D. W. Kent and D. J. Mullan, “Can solar flares be the cause of ancient catastrophes?", Proc. Int. Cosmic Ray Conf. No. XVI (Kyoto) 5,  323-326 (1979).

61.    D. J. Mullan, “Proton flares and the missing energy in sunspots", Proc. Int. Cosmic Ray Conf. No. XVI (Kyoto) 5,  22-27 (1979).

62.    R. S. Steinolfson and D. J. Mullan, “Propagation of an MHD shock in the vicinity of a magnetic neutral sheet", in: Solar and Interplanetary Dynamics, Proc. IAU Symp. No. 91, eds. M. Dryer and E. Tandberg-Hanssen, pp. 323-326 (1980).

63.    L. E. Cram and D. J. Mullan, “Model chromospheres of flare stars. I. Balmer line profiles", Astrophys. J. 234,  579-587 (1979).

64.    D. J. Mullan, “Can flare stars be the source of galactic cosmic rays?", Astrophys. J. 234,  588-596 (1979).

65.    D. J. Mullan, “Heating of chromospheres and coronae in cool stars", Irish AJ. 14,  73-90 (1979).

66.    D. J. Mullan, “Stochastic acceleration of solar cosmic rays in an expanding coronal magnetic bottle", Astrophys. J. 237,  244-254 (1980).

67.    R. E. Stencel and D. J. Mullan, “Detection of mass loss in stellar chromospheres", Astrophys. J. 238,  221-228 (1980); ibid. 240,  718 (1980).

68.    R. E. Stencel, D. J. Mullan, J. L. Linsky, G. S. Basri, and S.P. Worden, “The outer atmospheres of cool stars. VII. High resolution absolute flux profiles of the Mg II h and k lines in stars of spectral types F8 to M5", Astrophys. J. Suppl. 44,  383-402 (1980).

69.    R. S. Steinolfson and D. J. Mullan, “MHD shock propagation in the vicinity of a magnetic neutral sheet", Astrophys. J. 241,  1186-1194 (1980).

70.    D. J. Mullan, “Non-thermal stellar winds in cool stars", in: Proc. Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars (Smithsonian Ap. Obs. Special Rep. No. 389), ed. A. K. Dupree, pp. 189-192 (1980).

71.    D. J. Mullan, “Enhanced emission of Alfven waves from sunspots during proton flares", Solar Phys. 70,  381-393 (1981).

72.    R. E. Stencel, D. J. Mullan, J. L. Linsky, and G. S. Basri, “High resolution absolute flux profiles of the Mg II h and k lines in evolved F8-M5 stars", in: The Universe at Ultraviolet Wavelengths (NASA Conf. Publ. No. 2171), ed. R. Chapman, pp. 317-324 (1981).

73.    D. J. Mullan, “Mass loss from warm giants: magnetic effects", in: Physical Processes in Red Giants, eds. I. Iben and A. Renzini, pp. 355-359 (1981).

74.    D. J. Mullan and I. A. Ahmad, “Coronal holes: mass loss driven by magnetic reconnection", Solar Phys. 75,  347-350 (1982).

75.    D. J. Mullan, “Possible evidence for attenuation of an MHD shock by a magnetic neutral sheet in the solar corona", Proc. Int. Cosmic Ray Conf. No. XVII (Paris), 3,  51-54 (1981).

76.    D. J. Mullan and R. H. Levine, “Pre-acceleration in collapsing magnetic neutral sheets and composition anomalies among solar flare particles", Proc. Int. Cosmic Ray Conf. No. XVII (Paris), 3,  410-413 (1981).

77.    D. J. Mullan and R. H. Levine, “Pre-acceleration in collapsing magnetic neutral sheets and anomalous abundances of solar flare particles", Astrophys. J. Suppl. 47,  87-102 (1981).

78.    D. J. Mullan, “Caution! High winds beyond this point", Astronomy, pp. 74-79 (January 1982).

79.    D. J. Mullan, “The origin of cosmic rays: a report on the International Cosmic Ray Conference, Paris, July 1981", Irish AJ. 15,  9-24 (1981).

80.    D. J. Mullan, “The solar ’constant’", Irish AJ. 15,  143-147 (1981).

81.    D. J. Mullan, “X-rays from stars", Irish AJ. 15,  147-151 (1981).

82.    D. J. Mullan and R. E. Stencel, “Magnesium emission variability among late-type giant stars", Astrophys. J. 253,  716-726 (1982).

83.    D. J. Mullan, “Onset of rapid mass loss in cool giant stars: magnetic field effects", Astron. Astrophys. 108,  279-286 (1982).

84.    D. J. Mullan and L. E. Cram, “Model chromospheres of RS CVn stars: Balmer line profiles in Lambda Andromedae", Astron. Astrophys. 108,  251-255 (1982).

85.    D. J. Mullan and R. E. Stencel, “Discrepant asymmetry stars: the role of unsteady magnetic flux loops in the atmospheres of late-type giant stars", in: Advances in Ultraviolet Astronomy: Four Years of IUE Research (NASA Conf. Proc. 2238), eds. Y. Kondo, J. L. Mead, and R. Chapman, pp. 235-238 (1982).

86.    D. J. Mullan and R. S. Steinolfson, “Closed and open magnetic fields in stellar winds", Astrophys. J. 266,  823-830 (1983).

87.    D. J. Mullan, “Isotopic anomalies among solar energetic particles: contribution of pre-acceleration in collapsing magnetic neutral sheets", Astrophys. J. 268,  385-395 (1983).

88.    D. J. Mullan, “Release of solar cosmic rays from the corona: Rayleigh-Taylor instability and reconnection", Astrophys. J. 269,  765-778 (1983).

89.    D. J. Mullan, “Closed and open magnetic fields in stellar atmospheres: effects on mass loss from cool giant stars", in: Solar and Stellar Magnetic Fields: Origins and Coronal Effects (Proc. IAU Symp. No. 102), ed. J. O. Stenflo, pp. 487-491 (1983).

90.    D. J. Mullan, “Models of spots and flares", Invited Review in: Activity in Red Dwarf Stars (Proc. IAU Colloq. No. 71), eds. P. Byrne and M. Rodono, pp.. 527-543 (1983).

91.    D. J. Mullan, “Activity in red dwarf stars", Irish AJ. 15,  288-306 (1983).

92.    D. J. Mullan, “Momentum flux invariance in the solar wind", Astrophys. J. 272,  325-328 (1983).

93.    D. J. Mullan, “Do magnetic fields drive mass loss in hot and cool stars?", Irish AJ. 16,  107-122 (1983).

94.    D. J. Mullan, “A note on the magnetic field strengths on the surfaces of cool dwarfs", Astrophys. J. 279,  746-747 (1984).

95.    D. J. Mullan and A. J. Owens, “Alfven waves in the solar wind in association with solar energetic particles", Astrophys. J.  280,  346-381 (1984).

96.    D. J. Mullan, “On the possibility of resonant electrodynamic coupling in the coronae of red dwarfs", Astrophys. J. 282,  603-611 (1984).

97.    D. J. Mullan, “Co-rotating interaction regions in stellar winds", Astrophys. J. 283,  303-312 (1984).

98.    98 D. J. Mullan, “Asymmetries in stellar Mg II h and k and Ca II H and K profiles: discrepancies between Mg and Ca asymmetries", Astrophys. J. 284,  769-773 (1984).

99.    D. J. Mullan, “Tuning in to the interior of a star", Astronomy (December 1984), pp. 66-70.

100. D. J. Mullan, J. Perez-Peraza, M. Galvez, and M. Alvarez, “Solar particle co-rotating events from shocked neutral sheets", Proc. Int. Cosmic Ray Conf. No. XVIII (Bangalore) 10,  307-310 (1984).

101. J. W. Brosius, D. J. Mullan, and R. E. Stencel, “Rotational modulation of Mg II emission in cool giant stars", in: Future of Ultraviolet Astronomy Based on Six Years of IUE Research (NASA Conf. Proc. 2349), eds. J. L. Mead, R. Chapman, and Y. Kondo, pp. 476-479 (1984).

102. D. J. Mullan, “Co-rotating interaction regions in stellar winds", in: Future of Ultraviolet Astronomy Based on Six Years of IUE Research (NASA Conf. Proc. 2349), eds. J. L. Mead, R. Chapman, and Y. Kondo, pp. 458-461 (1984).

103. D. J. Mullan, J. Perez-Peraza, M. Galvez, and M. Alvarez, “Acceleration of particles in  shocked magnetic neutral sheets", Advances in Space Res. 4,  No. 2-3, pp. 157-160   (1984).

104. J. W. Brosius, D. J. Mullan, and R. E. Stencel, “Rotational modulation of chromospheric emission in cool giants and ’hybrid’ stars", Astrophys. J. 288,  310-329 (1985).

105. D. J. Mullan, “Energy dissipation mechanisms in flare stars", invited review in: Unstable Current Systems and Plasma Instabilities in Astrophysics (Proc. IAU Symp. No. 107), eds. M.R. Kundu and G. D. Holman , pp. 245-262 (1985).

106. D. J. Mullan, “Co-Rotating interaction regions in stellar winds: Particle acceleration and  non-thermal radio emission in hot stars", in: The Origin of Nonradiative Heating/Momentum in Hot Stars (NASA Conf. Publ. 2358), eds. A.B. Underhill and A.G. Michalitsianos , pp. 130-135 (1985).

107. D. J. Mullan, “Radio flare stars under a microscope", Irish AJ. 17,  67-69 (1985).

108. D. J. Mullan, “Radio bursts in flare stars and RS CVn systems", Invited Review in: Radio Stars (Proc. Boulder Workshop on Stellar Continuum Radio Astronomy), eds. R. M. Hjellming and D. M. Gibson, pp. 173-184 (1985).

109. L. E. Cram and D. J. Mullan, “The formation of H-alpha absorption lines in the chromospheres of cool stars", Astrophys. J.  294,  626-633 (1985).

110. D. J. Mullan, “Co-rotating interaction regions in stellar winds: Particle acceleration and non-thermal radio emission in hot stars", in: Radio Stars (Proc. Boulder Workshop on Stellar Continuum Radio Astronomy), eds. R. M. Hjellming and D. M. Gibson , pp. 39-42 (1985).

111. D. J. Mullan, “Radio outbursts in RS Canum Venaticorum stars: Coronal heating and electron runaway", Astrophys. J. 295,  628-633 (1985).

112. D. J. Mullan, “X-ray stars in our galaxy: Further news from the Einstein satellite", Irish AJ. 17,  153-154 (1985).

113. D. J. Mullan, “Anomalous abundances of solar energetic particles and coronal gas: Coulomb effects and First Ionization Potential (FIP) ordering", Proc. Int. Cosmic Ray Conf. No. XIX (San Diego) 4,  237-240 (1985).

114. J. W. Brosius and D. J. Mullan, “Models of transition regions in hybrid stars", Astrophys. J. 301,  650-663 (1986).

115. D. J. Mullan, “Coronal heating and flaring in the sun: Is there a difference?", Irish AJ. 17,  518-521 (1986).

116. D. J. Mullan, “Winds in hot stars: X-ray driven flip-flops?", Irish AJ. 17,  521-523 (1986).

117. D. J. Mullan, “Circumstellar matter around cool stars: Invited Summary of contributions", Irish AJ. 17,  364-372 (1986).

118. D. J. Mullan, “Displaced narrow absorption components in the spectra of mass-losing OB stars: indications of co-rotating interaction regions?", Astron. Astrophys. 165,  157-162 (1986).

119. R. D. Holt and D. J. Mullan, “Observations of the CaII K line in He 10830A dark points", Solar Phys., 107,  63-72 (1986).

120. P. A. Wayman and D. J. Mullan, “Ernst Julius Opik: an obituary", Quart. J. Roy. Astron. Soc., 27,  508-514 (1986).

121. D. J. Mullan, “E. J. Opik: an Astronomer’s Astronomer", Irish AJ., 17,  425-427 (1986).

122. D. J. Mullan and W. L. Waldron, “Charge States of Solar Energetic Particles: Effects of Flare X-rays", Astrophys. J. Letters, 308,  L21-L25 (1986).

123. R. D. Holt and D. J. Mullan, “Observations of CaII K line spectra in He10830 dark points", Proc. Workshop on Coronal Plasmas and Prominences, (editor A. Poland), NASA Conf. Publ. 2442, pp. 377-381 (1986).

124. D. J. Mullan, “Different types of solar flares", Irish AJ. 18,  1-18 (1987).

125. D. J. Mullan, “How to recognize a black hole: lack of surface X-rays", Irish AJ. 18,  52-54 (1987).

126. D. J. Mullan, “X-rays from globular clusters: white dwarfs and neutron stars in close  binaries", Irish AJ. 18,  54-55 (1987).

127. D . J. Mullan and W. L. Waldron, “Velocity fields in a low-latitude coronal hole: results from the Solar maximum Mission", Astrophys. J., 317,  487-501 (1987).

128. W. L. Waldron and D. J. Mullan, “MHD Modelling of Coronal Bright Points", Astrophys. J., 319,  971-983 (1987).

129. D. J. Mullan, “Theoretical work on M dwarfs", in: The M-Type Stars, eds. H. R. Johnson and F. R. Querci, NASA SP-492, pp. 455-479 (1987).

130. D. J. Mullan and R. K. Ulrich, “Radial and Non-radial Pulsations of Polytropes: High-Precision Eigenfrequencies and the Approach of p-Modes to Asymptotic Behavior", Astrophys. J., 331,  1013-1028 (1988).

131. R. D. Holt and D. J. Mullan, “Chromospheric Velocity Fields at the Location of Helium 10830A Dark Points", in: Solar and Stellar Coronal Structure and Dynamics, ed. R. C. Altrock, National Solar Observatory, Sunspot, NM , pp. 80-88 (1988).

132. D. J. Mullan, E. M. Sion, and F. C. Bruhweiler, “Mass Loss from the K dwarf in V471 Tauri", in A Decade of UV Astronomy with the IUE Satellite, ed. E. J. Rolfe, ESA SP-281, Vol. 1, p. 423-424 (1988).

133. E. M. Sion, F. C. Bruhweiler, K. Carpenter, and D. J. Mullan, “V471 Tauri", IAU Circular No. 4667, (October 24, 1988).

134. D. J. Mullan, “G-mode pulsations in polytropes: approach to asymptotic behavior", Astrophys. J. 337,  1017-1022 (1989).

135. D. J. Mullan, “Solar and Stellar Flares: Questions and Problems", Solar Phys. 121,  239-259 (1989); also appears in book form : Solar and Stellar Flares, edited by B. M. Haisch and M. Rodono, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht (1989), pp. 239-259.

136. D. J. Mullan, R. E. Stencel, and D. Backman, “Far infrared properties of flare stars and dM stars", Astrophysical Journal, 343,  400-408 (1989).

137. D. J. Mullan, E. M. Sion, F. C. Bruhweiler, and K. Carpenter, “Evidence for a cool wind from the K dwarf in V471 Tauri", Astrophys. J. Letters, 339,  L33-L36 (1989).

138. E . M. Sion, F. C. Bruhweiler, D. J. Mullan, and K. Carpenter, “Discovery of a cool expanding shell at -1200 km/sec around V471 Tauri", Astrophys. J. Letters, 341,  L17-L20 (1989).

139. D. J. Mullan, “On the fast electron hypothesis of stellar flares", Astrophys. J., 361,  215-219 (1990).

140. D. J. Mullan, “Sources of the solar wind: what are the smallest structures?", Astron. Astrophys., 232,  520-535 (1990).

141. M. Hossain and D. J. Mullan, “New numerical solutions of the equations of 3-D compressible convection", Astrophys. J. Letters, 354,  L33-L36 (1990).

142. D. J. Mullan, “Globular clusters: where have all the low-mass stars gone?", Irish Astron. J., 19, 177-179 (1990).

143. D. J. Mullan, E. M. Sion, H. L. Shipman, and J. MacDonald, “Inefficient accretion on the white dwarf in V471 Tauri", Astrophys. J., 374, 707-720 (1991).

144. D. J. Mullan, “Coronal heating by nanoflares: possible evidence for plasmoids in radio occultation data“, in Proc. Heidelberg Conf. on Mechanisms of Chromospheric and Coronal Heating, eds. P. Ulmschneider et al., Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg (1991), pp. 637-640.

145. D. J. Mullan, “Summary and Conclusions", in Proc. Armagh Observatory Bicentenary Colloquium "Surface Inhomogeneities in Cool Stars", eds. P. B. Byrne and D. J. Mullan, Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1992), pp. 233-244.

146. D. J. Mullan, “Survival of discrete structures in the solar wind", Astron. Astrophys. 248,  256-262 (1991).

147. D. J. Mullan, “3-D compressible convection and coronal heating", Irish Astron. J., 20, 1-25 (1991).

148. M. Hossain and D. J. Mullan, “Numerical modelling of three-dimensional compressible convection in the sun and stars", Astrophys. J.. 380,  631-654 (1991); ibid., 397, 250.

149. R. B. Herr and D. J. Mullan, “Transient Optical Periodicities in Coronal Red Dwarfs", Mem. Soc. Astron. Ital., 63,  747-750 (1992).

150.D. J. Mullan, R. B. Herr, and S. Bhattacharyya, “Transient Optical Periodicities in Red

        Dwarfs: Loop Oscillations in the Corona", in: Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun,

        Proc. .Cambridge Workshop Number 7, eds. Giampapa and Bookbinder, Astron. Soc.

        Pacific Conf. Series No. 26, pp. 306-308, (1992).

151. D. J. Mullan, J. G. Doyle, M. Mathioudakis, and R. O. Redman, “Sub-millimeter

        Emission from Flare Stars", in: Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun, Proc.

        Cambridge Workshop Number 7, eds. Giampapa and Bookbinder, Astron. Soc. Pacific

        Conf. Series No. 26, pp. 328-330, (1992).

152. D. J. Mullan, R. B. Herr, and S. Bhattacharyya, “Transient periodicities in X-ray active

 red dwarfs: first results from Mount Cuba and interpretation with an oscillating loop

 model", Astrophys. J. 391,  265-275 (1992).

153. D. J. Mullan, J. G. Doyle, R. O. Redman, and M. Mathioudakis, “Limits on detectability of mass loss in cool dwarfs", Astrophys. J.  397, 225-231 (1992).

154. D. J. Mullan, “The Sun and Cool Stars: Activity, Magnetism, and Dynamos", book review, Solar Phys. 139,  409-410 (1992).

155. D. J. Mullan and Q. Q. Cheng, “Basal fluxes in M dwarfs: evaluation of an acoustic model for heating chromospheres and coronae", Astrophys. J.  412, 312-323 (1993).

156. M. Hossain and D. J. Mullan, “Compressible Convection simulations: A Comparative

         Study of Boundary Conditions", Astrophys. J., 416,  733-751 (1993).

157. D. J. Mullan and Q. Q. Cheng, “Acoustic heating in M dwarfs: maintaining a corona",

         Astrophys. J., , 420,  392-400 (1994).

158. D . J. Mullan and Q. Q. Cheng, “Acoustic heating in M dwarfs: MgII and Ly-alpha

         emission", in Frontiers of Space- and Ground-Based Astronomy, ed. W. Wamsteker et

         al., Kluwer, pp. 587-588 (1994).

159. I. K. Khabibrakhmanov and D. J. Mullan, “Gravitational damping of Alfven waves:

         heating of stellar atmospheres and winds", Astrophys. J., 430, 814-823 (1994).

160. D. J. Mullan and Q. Q. Cheng, “Acoustic heating of the chromosphere and cool corona in Procyon", Astrophys. J., 435, 435-448 (1994).

161. J. Christensen-Dalsgaard and D. J. Mullan, “High precision eigenfrequencies for p-modes of polytropes", Mon. Not. Royal Astron. Soc.  270,  921-935 (1994).

162. C. N. Arge, D. J. Mullan, and A. Z. Dolginov, “Magnetic moments and angular momenta in stars and planets", Astrophys. J., 443, 795-803 (1995).                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

163.. D. J. Mullan and M. Johnson, “X-ray emission from active dwarfs: periodicity and resonant MHD absorption", Astrophys. J., 444, 350-362 (1995).

164. Q. Q. Cheng, M. Hossain, and D. J. Mullan. “Destabilization of compressible convection by radiation: linear and non-linear regimes", Astrophys. J., 447, 789-796 (1995).

165. D. J. Mullan and O. I. Yakovlev. “Remote sensing of the solar wind using radio waves. Part I.", Irish Astron. J., 22, 119-136 (1995).

166. D. J. Mullan and M. Johnson. “Coronal loops in flare stars: heating by resonant MHD  absorption", in Stellar Surface Structure, IAU Symp. No. 176, Poster Proceedings, ed. K.   Strassmeier, pp. 206-207, 1995.

167. D. J. Mullan and Q. Q. Cheng. “Acoustic heating in Procyon: comparison of theory with EUVE data", in Stellar Surface Structure, IAU Symp. No. 176, Poster Proceedings, ed. K. Strassmeier, pp. 208-209, 1995.

168. D. J. Mullan and T. Fleming, “A dividing line between dM and dMe stars: X-ray surface fluxes", in Stellar Surface Structure, IAU Symp. No. 176, Poster Proceedings, ed. K. Strassmeier, pp. 210-211, 1995.

169. D. J. Mullan and C. N. Arge. “Structure of the heliospheric MHD bow shock: effects of ion-atom drifts", J. Geophys. Res. , A 101,   2535-2545 (1996).

170. O. I. Yakovlev and D. J. Mullan. “Remote sensing of the solar wind using radio waves.

                Part II.", Irish Astron. J., 23, 7-32 (1996).

171. L. L. Williams and D. J. Mullan. “Correlating coronal temperature and gravitational

                potential: a test of the non-thermal boundary hypothesis", Astrophys. J. Lett. 457, L95

                -L98  (1996).

172. D. J. Mullan and T. A. Fleming, “Coronal heating in dM and dMe stars: clues from the

        X-ray fluxes",  Astrophys. J. 464, 890-897 (1996). 

173. D. J. Mullan, “Mass loss from Active Dwarf Stars (Invited Review)", in Cool Stars,

                Stellar Systems, and the Sun, Proc. 9th Cambridge workshop, eds. R. Pallavicini and A.

                K. Dupree, ASP Conf. Ser. Vol. 109, pp. 461-470 (1996).

174. D. J. Mullan, “Wind properties of evolved stars: effects on particle acceleration", in:

                Cosmic Winds and the Heliosphere, eds. J. R. Jokipii et al., Univ. of Arizona Press

                (1997), pp. 197-213.

175.        M. Hossain and D. J. Mullan. “Cyclic convection in a zone bounded by stable layers"

                Phys. Rev. E, 55, 2769-2779 (1997).

176.        J. MacDonald and D. J. Mullan. “Radiative transfer effects on the stability of sound

                waves in a polytropic atmosphere", Astrophys J.. 481, 963-972, 1997. 

177.  D. J. Mullan, “Acceleration of the solar wind: effects of plasmoids", in Robotic

                Exploration Close to the Sun: Scientific Basis, ed. S. R. Habbal, AIP Conf. Proc. No.

                385, pp. 205-210 (1997). 

178. D. J. Mullan, “Discrete sources of the solar wind: observability with Solar Probe",

        in  Robotic Exploration Close to the Sun: Scientific Basis, ed. S. R. Habbal, AIP Conf.

        Proc. No. 385, pp. 235-239 (1997).  

179. I. K. Khabibrakhmanov and D. J. Mullan, “Response to comment by J. V. Hollweg",

                 Astrophys.J  488, 898-900 (1997). 

180. D. E. McKenzie and D. J. Mullan, “Periodic modulation of X-ray intensity from coronal

                loops: heating by resonant absorption?", Solar Phys., 176, 127-145 (1997). 

181. D. J. Mullan, K. Carpenter, and R. Robinson, “Large variations in mass loss from single

                cool giants: lambda Velorum and gamma Crucis", Astrophys. J., 495, 927-933 (1998). 

182. C. N. Arge and D. J. Mullan, “Modelling of reconnection-like processes in partially

                 ionized gas: application to the FIP effect", Solar Phys, 182, 293-332 (1998).

   183. D. J. Mullan, “A molecular challenge to Darwin”, review of the book “Darwin’s

               Black  Box” by Michael Behe, Modern Age, 42, fall issue, p. 416 (1998)

184. D. J. Mullan, “Large-eddy simulation of astrophysical convection and acoustic

                emission", invited review in: Pacific Rim Conference on Stellar Astrophysics, ed. K. L.

                Chan et al., ASP Conf. series Vol. 138 (1998), pp. 253-262. 

185. D. J. Mullan, “Comparing observations of cyclic variability in hot- and cool-star winds",

                invited review in: Cyclical Variability in Stellar Winds, ed. L. Kaper and A. W.

                Fullerton, Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1998), pp. 173-182. 

186. D. J. Mullan and J. L. Linsky, “Non-primordial deuterium in the interstellar medium",

                Astrophys. J., 511, 502-512 (1999).

187. I. Cuseri, D. J. Mullan, G. Noci, and G. Poletto, “Heating and acceleration of the solar

                wind via gravity damping of Alfven waves", Astrophys. J. 514, 989-1012 (1999). 

188. K. G. Carpenter, R. D. Robinson, G. Harper, P. Bennett, and D. J. Mullan, “GHRS

                  observations of cool low-gravity stars.V. The outer atmosphere and wind of the nearby 

                K-supergiant lambda Velorum", Astrophys. J. 521, 382-406 (1999).

189. M. Mathioudakis and D. J. Mullan, “HR1817: the EUV properties of an active F dwarf",

                Astron. Astrophys. 342, 524-530 (1999). 

190. I. Cuseri, D. Mullan, and G. Poletto, “Coronal heating: a comparison of two

                 mechanisms", Spa. Sci. Rev, 87, 153-156 (1999).

191. W. H. Matthaeus, G. Zank, R. Leamon, C. Smith, D. J. Mullan, and S. Oughton,

                “Fluctuations, dissipation, and heating in the corona", Spa. Sci. Rev. 87,  269-276 (1999).

192. I. K. Khabibrakhmanov and D. J. Mullan, “Gravity damping of Alfven waves theory and

                numerical modelling", in Solar Wind 9, eds. S. Habbal et al., AIP Conf. proc. 419, pp.

                349-352 (1999). 

193. E. Landi, D. Mullan, G. Poletto, D. Hassler, and K. Wilhelm, “Plasma flows and mass

                flux in coronal hole regions", in SOHO-8 proceedings, ed. J. C. Vial, ESA SP-446

                (1999), pp.  417-422.

194. D. J. Mullan and I. K. Khabibrakhmanov, “Gravity damping of Alfven waves: numerical                       modelling", in SOHO-8 proceedings, ed. J. C. Vial, ESA SP-446 (1999), pp. 503-508.

195. W. H. Matthaeus, G. P. Zank, S. Oughton, D. J. Mullan, and P. Dmitruk, “Coronal                                      heating by MHD turbulence driven by reflected low frequency waves", Astrophys. J.                             Letters, 523, L93-L96 (1999).

196. S. Oughton, W. H. Matthaeus, G. P. Zank, and D. J. Mullan, “Coronal heating via Alfven

waves and 2D MHD turbulence", in SOHO-8 proceedings, ed. J. C. Vial, ESA SP-446 (1999), pp. 525-530. 

197. R. J. Leamon, W. H. Matthaeus, C. W. Smith, G. P. Zank, D. J. Mullan, and S. Oughton,

                 “MHD driven kinetic dissipation in the solar wind and corona", Astrophys. J. 537, 1054

                -1062 (2000).

198. D. J. Mullan, “Solar physics: from the deep interior to the hot corona", Invited lectures at

                Second Mexican Summer School in Astrophysics; published in: From the Sun to the

                Great Attractor, eds. D. Page and J. G. Hirsch, Springer-Verlag (2000), pp. 1-47.

199. D. J. Mullan and C. N. Arge, “The origin of the FIP effect in the solar atmosphere", in:

                High Energy Solar Physics: Anticipating HESSI, eds. R. Ramaty and N. Mandzhavidze,

                ASP Conf. Series Vol. 206 (2000), pp. 71-76. 

200. D. J. Mullan and M. Mathioudakis, “Extreme ultra-violet flares in an F2 star", Astrophys.

                J. 544, 475-480 (2000).

201. D. J. Mullan, “Extended atmospheres", in: Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics,

                ed. Paul  Murdin, Nature Publ. Group, London  (2001), Vol. 1, pp. 766-772.

202. S. Oughton, W. Matthaeus, P. Dmitruk, L. Milano, G. Zank, and D. J. Mullan, “Reduced 

                 MHD model of coronal heating driven by reflected low frequency Alfven waves",

                Astrophys. J. 551, 565-575 (2001). 

203. H. E. Bond, D. J. Mullan, M. S. O’Brien, and E. M. Sion, “Detection of coronal mass

                ejections in V471 Tauri with the Hubble Space Telescope", Astrophys. J. 560, 519-527,

                (2001).

204. D. J. Mullan, C. W. Smith, N. F. Ness, R. Skoug, and J. Steinberg, “Particle channels in

                the solar wind: magnetic field fluctuations, wave refraction, and dissipation", Int.

                 Cosmic Ray Conf. 2001, pp. 3349-3351 (2001).

205. C. W. Smith, D. J. Mullan, N. F. Ness, R. Skoug, and J. Steinberg, “The day the solar

                wind almost disappeared: magnetic fields, refraction, and dissipation", J. Geophys. Res.

                A 106, 18625-18634 (2001). 

206. D. J. Mullan and J. MacDonald, “Are magnetically active low-mass M dwarfs

                completely convective?" Astrophys. J. 559, 353-371 (2001).

207. H. E. Bond, M. S. O’Brien, D. J. Mullan, and E. M. Sion, “The oversized magnetically

                active dK component of V471 Tauri", Astron. Gesellschaft Abstr. Ser. Vol. 18, MS0709

                (2001).

208. P. Dmitruk, W. H. Matthaeus, L. J. Milano, S. Oughton, G. P. Zank, and D. J. Mullan,

                 “Coronal heating distribution due to low-frequency wave-driven turbulence" Astrophys.

                J. 575, 571-577 (2002). 

209. D. J. Mullan, “Probabilities of randomly assembling a primitive cell on Earth”, Progr.

                Complexity, Information and Design , Vol. 1.4 (2002), online at

                http://www.iscid.org/pcid/2002/1/4/mullan_primitive_cell.php

210. D. J. Mullan and J. MacDonald, “Structure and evolution of low-mass stars: where do

                magnetic stars become completely convective?", Proceedings of Cool Stars 12, online

                http://origins.colorado.edu/cs12/proceedings/poster/mullanxx.pdf,  6 pages (2003).

211. W. H. Matthaeus, P. Dmitruk, S. Oughton, and D. Mullan, “Turbulent dissipation in the

                solar wind and corona", in Solar Wind 10, ed. M. Velli et al., AIP Conf. Proc. Vol. 679,

                pp.  427-432 (2003). .

212. C. W. Smith, D. J. Mullan, N. F. Ness, R. Skoug, and J. Steinberg, “The day the solar

                wind almost disappeared: magnetic fields, refraction, and dissipation", in  Solar Wind

                10,  ed. M. Velli et al., AIP Conf. Proc. Vol. 679, pp.  509-512 (2003).

213. H. E. Bond, M. S. O’Brien, E. M. Sion, D. J. Mullan, K. Exter, D. L. Pollacco, and R. E.

                Webbink, “V471 Tauri and SuWt2: the exotic descendants of triple systems?" in Exotic

                Stars as Challenges to Evolution, ASP Conf. Proc. Vol. 279, IAU Colloq. 187, eds. C.

                A. Tout and W. Van Hamme, San Francisco ASP (2003), p. 239. 

214. D. J. Mullan, C. W. Smith, N. F. Ness, and R. M. Skoug, “Magnetic fluctuations in ACE

                 solar wind data: evidence for anti-correlation with Alfven speed", Astrophys. J. , 583,

                496-505 (2003).

215. W. H. Matthaeus, D. J. Mullan, P. Dmitruk, and L. Milano, “MHD turbulence and

                heating of the open field-line solar corona", Nonlinear Proc. Geophys., 10, No. 1,

                pp. 93-100  (2003).

216.  D. J. Mullan and J. MacDonald, “Onset of mass loss in red giants: association with an

                evolutionary event" Astrophys. J. 591, 1203-1209 (2003).

217. J. MacDonald and D. J. Mullan, “Onset of shear instability in rotating red giants",

                Astrophys. J.  598, 560-571 (2003). 

218. D. J. Mullan, “Probability of randomly assembling a primitive cell on Earth: Part II”,

Progr. Complexity, Information and Design, Vol. 2.1-2.2(2003), online at   http://www.iscid.org/pcid/2003/2/1-2/mullan_primitive_cell_2.php

219. C. W. Smith, D. J. Mullan, and N. F. Ness, “Further evidence of MHD wave refraction

associated with extended rarefaction events in the solar wind", J. Geophys. Res.  109,  A01111, doi:10.1029/2003JA010113, 10 pages (2004).  

220.  D. J. Mullan  The history of a mind”,  review of the book “A Mind’s Matter”

                  by Stanley Jaki, The University Bookman, 43, Nos. 2-4, pp. 42-46 (2004).      

221. J. MacDonald and D. J. Mullan, “Magnetic fields in massive stars: dynamics and origin”,       

Monthly Notices Roy. Astron. Soc. 348, 702-716 (2004).

222. D.J. Mullan and J. MacDonald, “Dynamo-generated magnetic fields on the surface of a                                          massive star”, Monthly Notices Roy. Astron. Soc. 356, 1139-1148 (2005).

223. D. J. Mullan, “Why is the Sun so large?”, Amer. J. Phys. 74 (1), 10-13 (2006).

224. D. J. Mullan and W. L., “Winds from OB stars: a 2-component

                scenario?”,  Astrophys. J.   637, 506 (2006).

225. D. J. Mullan and C. W. Smith, “Solar wind statistics at 1 AU:

                 Alfven speed and plasma    beta”, Solar Phys. 234, 325-338  (2006)

226. D. J. Mullan, M. Mathioudakis, D. S. Bloomfield, and D. J. Christian “A systematic

study of  flaring loops in active stars”, Astrophys. J. Supplement 164, 173-201 (2006).

227. D. J. Mullan, “Dissenting views about biological design”, review of the book    “Uncommon                                                    Dissent” by W. Dembski, The University Bookman, 44, No.  2, pp. 17-20 (winter 2006)

228. B. Riaz, D. J. Mullan, and J. E. Gizis, “Spitzer observations of

active M dwarfs”,  Ap. J.  650, 1133-1139 (2006).

229. D. J. Mullan, J. MacDonald, and R. H. D. Townsend,  Magnetic cycles in  the Sun:       

modelling the changes in radius, luminosity, and p-modes”,Astrophys. J. 670, 1420-1433 (2007).

230. P. Cassak, D. J. Mullan, and M. Shay, “A physical mechanism for self-organization in solar                                                   and stellar coronae: theory and observations”, Astrophys. J. Lett. 676, L69-L72 (2008)

231. J. MacDonald and D. J. Mullan, “Structural effects of magnetic fields in brown dwarfs”,                                          Astrophys. J . 700,  387-394 (2009)

232. D. J. Mullan, “Flares on a Bp star”,  Astrophys.J. 702 , 759-766 (2009)

233. J. MacDonald and D. J. Mullan, “Big Bang nucleosynthesis: the strong force meets the weak                  anthropic principle”, Phys Rev D 80,  043507-1 to 043507-8 (2009) .

 

234: D. J. Mullan: Text-Book: “Physics of the Sun: A First Course”, published by CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, August 2009, pp xxiv + 360.

 

235. D. J. Mullan: “Origin of  life on Earth: the role of doublet codons in the primordial genetic                                        code”, http://www.stsci.edu/institute/conference/spring2009/posterList

236. D. J. Mullan and J. MacDonald, “Magnetic models of the brown dwarfs HD130948B and                      HD130948C”, Astrophys. J. 713, 1249-1255 (2010).

237. D. J. Mullan, “Non-sparse sampling of the genomic phase space of a proto-cell in the young                   Earth”, in Bioastronomy 2007: Molecules, Microbes, and Extraterrestrial Life, eds. K. J.                                      Meech et al., Astron. Soc Pacific, San Francisco, Vol. 420, pp. 287-291 (2010).

238. D. J. Mullan, “Patterns of X-ray, chromospheric, and radio emission in low mass stars: fast                     and slow magnetic reconnection”, Astrophys. J. 721, 1034-1043 (2010).

239. J. MacDonald and D. J. Mullan, “Magneto-convection and lithium age estimates of the Beta                                 Pictoris Moving Group”, Astrophys. J. 723,  1599-1606 (2010).

240. R. N. Baylor, P. A. Cassak, D. J. Mullan, +6 co-authors, “Estimates of densities and filling                                       factors of solar microflares observed with RHESSI”, Astrophys. J. 736,  #75 )2011).

241. K. G. Stassun, Mullan, D. J. + 8 co-authors, “The M4 transition: towards a comprehensive                                       understanding of the transition into the fully convective region”, Proc. of 16th Cambridge                                 Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun,  eds. C. M. Johns-Krull, M. K.                                  Browning, and A. A. West, Astron. Soc Pacific Conf Series Vol. 448, p. 505 (2011).

242. D. J. Mullan and J. MacDonald , “The anthropic principle and fine tuning in the universe”,                                      Journal of Cosmology (invited), vol. 13, 4166-4173 (2011);     http://journalofcosmology.com/Anthropic101.html

243. D. J. Mullan, “Summary of Threshold effects in assembling a cell on a young planet”,                                               Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Newsroom Top Ten On-Line                                  summary (2011)    http://spie.org/x51488.xml?highlight=x2418&ArticleID=x51488

244. D. J. Mullan, “Threshold effects in assembling a cell on a young planet”,  in SPIE Proceedings:                             Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XIV, eds. R. B. Hoover et al., Vol. 8152,                         paper 8152-14, pp. 1-6 (2011).

245. J. MacDonald and D. J. Mullan, “Precision modeling of M dwarf stars: the magnetic components of                    CM Draconis”, Monthly Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 421, 3084 (2012).

246. D. J. Mullan, and J. MacDonald, “Modelling low-mass stars in the presence of magnetic fields”, Proc.                   of 16th Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun, eds. C. M. Johns-Krull,                        M. K Browning, and A. A. West, Astron. Soc Pacific Conf. Series Vol. 448, p. 1209 (2012).        

247. D. J. Mullan, J. MacDonald, and M. C. Rabello-Soares, M. C., “Solar cycle variation of  sound speed                                   inside the Sun”, Astrophys. J. 755, #79 (2012).

248. J. MacDonald, J. and D. J. Mullan, “Magnetic effects and oversized M dwarfs in NGC 2516”,                                                                Astrophys. J. 765, #126 (2013)

249. C. Rodriguez-Lopez, J. MacDonald, D. J. Mullan, et al. “The theoretical  instability strip of M dwarf                      stars”, MNRAS 438, 2371  (2014).

250. J. MacDonald, J. and D. J. Mullan, “Surface magnetic fields: new constraints on magnetic models of                  M dwarfs”, Astrophys. J. 787,  #70 (2014)

251. E. R. Houdebine and D. J. Mullan,  Dynamics of rotation in M dwarfs: indications for a change in the                                dynamo regime in stars at the onset of complete convection”  Astrophys. J. 801, #106  (2015).

252. J. MacDonald and D. J. Mullan,  Magneto-convective models of red dwarfs: constraints imposed by                  the lithium abundance”, Monthly Notices Royal Astron. Soc. 448,  2019 (2015).

253. E. R. Houdebine, F. Paletou, D. J. Mullan, and M. Gebran, “New constraints on the dynamo                                   mechanisms in M dwarfs”, Astrophys. J. (submitted) (2015)

254. D. J. Mullan, E. R. Houdebine, and J. MacDonald, “An interface dynamo in late-K and early-                                                            M dwarfs”, Astrophys. J. Letters (in press) (2015)