Oscillations and waves have been observed in Hα in sunspot umbras and penumbras. They appear to be basically of the Alfvén type, but do not carry away sufficient energy to account for the sunspot energy deficit.
There is a pronounced difference in the velocity structures of supergranule centres and boundaries. In the former it is oscillatory, of shorter period but bigger amplitude than in the photosphere. In the network there are oscillations of the fibrils but, on the whole, little evidence of wave motion along their lengths except perhaps near their diffuse ends.
In plages, there are velocity oscillations which at times may be phase coherent over extensive regions up to 105 km apart; there are suggestions of a connection between these times and the occurrence of flares. There is also a report of a velocity pulse travelling along an active-region fibril with a velocity of propagation of 150 km s-1.