List of Tables

Table 1:
Automatic Photometric Telescopes collecting data for studying starspots. Remarks: * Villanova, Cidadel, Charleston College, University of Nevada; ** Franklin & Marshal College; + University of Indiana; ++ Copenhagen Observatory; # University of Vienna.
Table 2:
High-resolution spectropolarimeters for studying starspots. Remarks: * SEMPOL is a visitor instrument, ** MuSiCoS will soon be replaced by NARVAL (R ∼ 50 000).
Table 3:
A list of existing and planned interferometers suitable for studying starspots. Remarks: * spectrometric interferometer including a polarimetric mode; ** imaging and spectroscopic instrument.
Table 4:
Stars with flip-flop cycles. References: [1] Berdyugina and Tuominen (1998), [2] Berdyugina et al. (2000), [3] Berdyugina and Henry (2005), [4] Berdyugina and Usoskin (2003), [5] Berdyugina et al. (2002), [6] Järvinen et al. (2005b), [7] Järvinen et al. (2005a), [8] Korhonen et al. (2002), [9] Fekel and Henry (2005).
Table 5:
A sample of starspot temperatures and filling factors. The filling factors are normalised to the stellar disk (d), hemisphere (h) or whole surface (s). For the stellar disk normalisation maximum observed filling factors are given. Different measurements for the same star from the same publication correspond to different seasons of observations. References: [1] O’Neal et al. (1998), [2] O’Neal et al. (2001), [3] Vogt (1981), [4] Catalano et al. (2002), [5] Strassmeier (1999), [6] Rodonò et al. (1986), [7] Eaton and Hall (1979), [8] Berdyugina et al. (1999a), [9] Berdyugina et al. (2000), [10] Strassmeier and Bopp (1992), [11] Marsden et al. (2005), [12] Dorren and Guinan (1994), [13] Strassmeier and Rice (1998), [14] Amado et al. (2001), [15] Chugainov (1976), [16] Torres and Ribas (2002), [17] Torres and Ferraz Mello (1973), [18] Abranin et al. (1998), [19] Petrov et al. (1994), [20] O’Neal et al. (2004).
Table 6:
Magnetic field measurement results.