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Sokoloﬀ and I. G. Usoskin a substantial progress has been achieved in this direction but the puzzle is yet far from being solved. Acknowledgments DS acknowledges the support from the Academy of Finland and Russian Foundation for Basic Researches (Grant No. 040216068). HM’s work is supported by the Grant-in-Aid for JSPS Fellows. We thank the Organizing Committee of the AOGS-2005 conference for giving us the possibility to prepare and present this review. References 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
5–50 lower than the total energy required to accelerate the fast solar wind, depending on the adopted plasma and wave parameters. 15,32 show that 10–15 min slow magnetosonic waves steepen and propagate away from the Sun into the solar wind, and show signiﬁcant dissipation at the wave fronts. The models incorporate the eﬀects of radial stratiﬁcation and an approximate treatment of nonlinearities. However, they refrain from considering detailed plume geometry. Because of the adopted treatment of the wave energy dissipation, the dampening of the waves may be inaccurate.