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The IGM/Galaxy Connection

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 The Inventory and Distribution of Baryons at Redshift z = 0
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    Chapter 2 Diffuse Baryons in the Universe: Galaxies, Warm Gas, or Cold Lonely Lumps
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    Chapter 3 The Hipass Catalogue
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    Chapter 4 Strong Absorption-Line Systems at Low Redshift: MgII and Damped LYα
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    Chapter 5 CO Luminosity Function and the First Estimate for Ω HI+H 2
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    Chapter 6 Effects of Noise on Galaxy Isophotes
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    Chapter 7 The Contribution of HI-Rich Galaxies to the Damped Lyα Absorber Population at z = 0
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    Chapter 8 Characteristics of HI-Massive Galaxies
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    Chapter 9 Exploring the Low-Redshift Cosmic Web with O VI Absorption Lines
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    Chapter 10 The Baryon Content of the Local Lyα Forest
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    Chapter 11 Galaxies as Fluctuations in the Ionizing Background Radiation at Low Redshift
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    Chapter 12 Hydrodynamical Simulations of the IGM at High Mach Numbers
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    Chapter 13 The IGM-Galaxy Connection: The Line of Sight to 3C 273
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    Chapter 14 High-Resolution Observations of the Lyman-α Forest in the Redshift Interval 0.9 ≤ z ≤ 1.9
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    Chapter 15 A 50 GPC Hike Through the Lyα Forest
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    Chapter 16 Fuse and Stis Observations of Intergalactic Absorption Towards PG 1259+593
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    Chapter 17 A Chandra and XMM View of the Mass & Metals in Galaxy Groups and Clusters
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    Chapter 18 Chandra Detection of X-Ray Absorption from Local Warm/Hot Gas
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    Chapter 19 X-Ray Observations of the Warm-Hot Intergalactic Medium
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    Chapter 20 X-Ray IGM in the Local Group
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    Chapter 21 Evolution of HI from z = 5 to the Present
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    Chapter 22 The Evolution of the Ultraviolet Background
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    Chapter 23 Strong MgII Absorption Systems in QSOS from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Early Data Release
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    Chapter 24 Lyα Absorption Around Nearby Galaxies
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    Chapter 25 Absorption Signatures of the Gaseous Phases of Galaxies
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    Chapter 26 Mg II/CIV Kinematics vs. Stellar Kinematics in Galaxies
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    Chapter 27 Highly Ionized High Velocity Gas in the Vicinity of the Milky Way
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    Chapter 28 Hα Emission from HVCS and Ionization Sources in the Galactic HALO
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    Chapter 29 The Metallicity of High-Velocity Cloud Complex C
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    Chapter 30 The Multi-Phase Absorption Systems Toward PG 1206 + 459
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    Chapter 31 Highly Ionized Gas in High Velocity Clouds — The PG 1259+593 Sight Line Through Complex C
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    Chapter 32 Feeding the IGM Through Galaxy Interactions
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    Chapter 33 The Fuse Survey of O VI in and Near the Galaxy
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    Chapter 34 How do Galaxies Get Their Gas?
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    Chapter 35 Dwarf SPHS/First-Galaxies Connection
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    Chapter 36 Cosmology on a Mesh
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    Chapter 37 The PSCz Galaxy Power Spectrum Compared to N-Body Simulations
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    Chapter 38 Properties of Galactic Winds and their Impact on the IGM
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    Chapter 39 The Complicated Life of Elliptical Galaxies
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    Chapter 40 Galactic Recycling: The HI Ring Around NGC 1533
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    Chapter 41 SNE IA and the Formation History of Early-Type Galaxies
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    Chapter 42 A High-Resolution Survey for Low-Redshift CIV Absorbers
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    Chapter 43 Galactic Chemical Evolution: The Solar Neighborhood
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    Chapter 44 Recovering Intergalactic Metallicity Using Pixel Optical Depths
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    Chapter 45 NIR High Resolution Spectroscopy of High-z QSO Absorption Systems with Subaru IRCS
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    Chapter 46 Line Versus Flux Statistics-Considerations for the Low Redshift Lyman-Alpha Forest
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    Chapter 47 The Nature and Abundance of LYα Clouds in Voids
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    Chapter 48 The Lyα Forest Toward PKS 0405-123
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    Chapter 49 LYα Absorber Correlations and the “Bias” of the LYα Forest
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    Chapter 50 On the Intergalactic Origin of the z ∼ 0 Absorber Detected by Chandra and Fuse
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    Chapter 51 A Comparison of Virgo Cluster Absorption Along Two Sight Lines
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    Chapter 52 Skewering the Cosmic Web with Quasars
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    Chapter 53 An Atlas of Low Redshift Absorption in Fuse Sight Lines
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    Chapter 54 A Census of Poor Groups: Hot Gas, Cold Gas, and Galaxies
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    Chapter 55 Is There an Intragroup Medium in the Local Group?
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    Chapter 56 Where has all the Neutral Hydrogen Gone?
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    Chapter 57 Signatures of Galaxy-Cluster Interactions: Spiral Galaxy Rotation Curve Asymmetry, Shape, and Extent
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    Chapter 58 Simulating the Hot X-Ray Emitting Gas in Elliptical Galaxies
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    Chapter 59 Watching Galaxies Fall into Coma
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    Chapter 60 Intracluster Entropy
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    Chapter 61 FIR Observations of Intracluster Dust in Galaxy Clusters
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    Chapter 62 Baryons in the Local Universe
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Title
The IGM/Galaxy Connection
Published by
ADS, December 2012
DOI 10.1007/978-94-010-0115-1
ISBNs
978-9-40-103978-9, 978-9-40-100115-1
Editors

Rosenberg, Jessica L., Putman, Mary E.

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Unknown 2 100%

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Student > Ph. D. Student 2 100%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Physics and Astronomy 2 100%

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