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Paper: The Early Evolution of Solar-type Stars: Star-Disk Interaction and the Photometric Variability of Young Accreting Stars
Volume: 511, Non-Stable Universe: Energetic Resources, Activity Phenomena and Evolutionary Processes
Page: 28
Authors: Bouvier, J.
Abstract: The evolution of disk hosting young stellar objects over the time frame 1-10 Myr is briefly reviewed. Emphasis is put on the evolution of mass accretion rate and stellar magnetic field properties, two central ingredients that dictate the nature of the star-disk interaction, i.e., how accretion proceeds from the inner disk edge to the central star, thus impacting its longer term evolution.
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