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Cosmic Rays in Star-Forming Environments

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Prologue: γ -Rays from Star-Forming Regions, a Historical Perspective
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    Chapter 2 Cosmic Rays in the Interstellar Medium
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    Chapter 3 The Influence of Cosmic Rays in the Circumnuclear Molecular Gas of NGC 1068
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    Chapter 4 Star Formation in the Milky Way: The Infrared View
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    Chapter 5 The Initial Conditions of Star Formation: Cosmic Rays as the Fundamental Regulators
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    Chapter 6 Cosmic-Ray Propagation in Molecular Clouds
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    Chapter 7 Distribution of Cosmic-Ray Ionization Rates in the Galactic Diffuse Interstellar Medium as Inferred from Observations of H $$_{3}^{+}$$ , OH + , and H 2 O +
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    Chapter 8 Consequences of Starbursts for the Interstellar and Intergalactic Medium
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    Chapter 9 Stellar Populations in the Galactic Center
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    Chapter 10 The Cosmic-Ray Dominated Region of Protoplanetary Disks
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    Chapter 11 The Central Regions of Local (U)LIRGs Viewed with Big Radio Eyes
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    Chapter 12 Evidence of Nuclear Disks from the Radial Distribution of CCSNe in Starburst Galaxies
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    Chapter 13 GeV Gamma-Ray Emission from Normal and Starburst Galaxies
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    Chapter 14 Nonthermal Emission from Star-Forming Galaxies
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    Chapter 15 Cosmic Ray Acceleration in W51C Observed with the MAGIC Telescopes
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    Chapter 16 Cosmic Rays and Molecular Clouds
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    Chapter 17 Molecular and Atomic Gas in the Young TeV γ -Ray SNRs RX J1713.7–3946 and RX J0852.0–4622; Evidence for the Hadronic Production of γ -Rays
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    Chapter 18 New Insights on Hadron Acceleration at Supernova Remnant Shocks
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    Chapter 19 Cosmic Rays in the Orion Bar
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    Chapter 20 The FIR-Radio Correlation in Rapidly Star-Forming Galaxies: The Spectral Index Problem and Proton Calorimetry
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    Chapter 21 A Possible GeV-Radio Correlation for Starburst Galaxies
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    Chapter 22 Shock Acceleration of Relativistic Particles in Galaxy Collisions
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    Chapter 23 Gamma-Rays and Neutrinos from Dense Environments of Massive Binary Systems
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    Chapter 24 Cosmic-Ray-Induced Ionization in Molecular Clouds Adjacent to Supernova Remnants
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    Chapter 25 The Consequences of the Interaction of Cosmic Rays with Galactic Center Molecular Clouds
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    Chapter 26 Traces of past activity in the Galactic Centre
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    Chapter 27 Fermi Bubble: Giant Gamma-Ray Bubbles in the Milky Way
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    Chapter 28 The Fermi Bubbles and Galactic Centre Star Formation
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    Chapter 29 From 10K to 10 TK: Insights on the Interaction Between Cosmic Rays and Gas in Starbursts
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    Chapter 30 Cosmic Ray Driven Dynamo in Spiral Galaxies
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    Chapter 31 Nonthermal X-Rays from Low-Energy Cosmic Rays in the Arches Cluster Region
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    Chapter 32 The High Altitude Water Čerenkov (HAWC) TeV Gamma Ray Observatory
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Cosmic Rays in Star-Forming Environments
Published by
ADS, April 2013
DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-35410-6
978-3-64-235409-0, 978-3-64-235410-6

Torres, Diego F., Reimer, Olaf

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United States 1 6%
Sweden 1 6%
China 1 6%
Unknown 15 83%

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Student > Ph. D. Student 5 28%
Student > Master 4 22%
Researcher 3 17%
Professor 2 11%
Student > Bachelor 1 6%
Other 2 11%
Unknown 1 6%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Physics and Astronomy 16 89%
Computer Science 1 6%
Unknown 1 6%

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