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Gemini Publications By Users

This is Section 1 of the Gemini Publications site. It includes "papers in refereed journals by users based on data taken with the Gemini telescopes or from the Gemini Science Archive." More information about criteria for inclusion are provided here.

Where possible, listings are linked to their ADS entries. Listings are in chronological order (most recent first). If your published paper does not appear in this list, please contact the Librarian at library@gemini.edu.

The publications can also be searched in Gemini Science Archive under GSA Queries by instrument, program ID, partner country affiliate, etc.

Partner Column Notes

Partner field shows partner or country to which observing time was charged. In a joint proposal, all contributors are shown.

Partner/Country codes:

  • AR – Argentina
  • AU – Australia
  • BR – Brazil
  • CA – Canada
  • CL – Chile
  • GS – Gemini Staff
  • JP – Japan (through Subaru exchange)
  • UH – Univ. of Hawaii
  • UK – United Kingdom
  • US – United States
  • “Other” includes Director’s Discretionary Time, System Verification, Commissioning, Guaranteed Time, and Poor Weather programs.
Displaying 1-20 of 696 results.
TitleAuthorYearJournalInstrumentPartner
On the mass-metallicity relation, velocity dispersion, and gravitational well depth of GRB host galaxiesArabsalmani, Maryam, Møller, Palle, Fynbo, Johan P. U., Christensen, Lise, Freudling, Wolfram, Savaglio, Sandra, Zafar, Tayyaba2015Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGMOS-NAU/CA/GS/UK/US/UH
Origins of massive field stars in the Galactic Centre: a spectroscopic studyDong, Hui, Mauerhan, Jon, Morris, Mark R., Wang, Q. Daniel, Cotera, Angela2015Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGNIRS/NIFSUS
Chemical abundance analysis of symbiotic giants - II. AE Ara, BX Mon, KX TrA, and CL ScoGałan, Cezary, Mikołajewska, Joanna, Hinkle, Kenneth H.2015Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyPHOENIXAR/US
Chemical abundance analysis of symbiotic giants - II. AE Ara, BX Mon, KX TrA, and CL ScoGałan, Cezary, Mikołajewska, Joanna, Hinkle, Kenneth H.2015Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyPHOENIXAR/US
PSR J1738+0333: the first millisecond pulsar + pulsating white dwarf binary*Kilic, Mukremin, Hermes, J. J., Gianninas, A., Brown, Warren R.2015Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: LettersGMOS-N/GMOS-SUS
Near-infrared Photometry of Y Dwarfs: Low Ammonia Abundance and the Onset of Water CloudsLeggett, S. K., Morley, Caroline V., Marley, M. S., Saumon, D.2015The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-S/GSAOI+GeMS/NIRI/FLAMINGOS-2GS/US
The Continued Optical to Mid-Infrared Evolution of V838 MonocerotisLoebman, S. R., Wisniewski, J. P., Schmidt, S. J., Kowalski, A. F., Barry, R. K., Bjorkman, K. S., Hammel, H. B., Hawley, S. L., Hebb, L., Kasliwal, M. M., Lynch, D. K., Russell, R. W., Sitko, M. L., Szkody, P.2015The Astronomical JournalTRECSUS
Type Ia supernova spectral features in the context of their host galaxy propertiesPan, Y.-C., Sullivan, M., Maguire, K., Gal-Yam, A., Hook, I. M., Howell, D. A., Nugent, P. E., Mazzali, P. A.2015Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGMOS-N/GMOS-SUK/US
Differences between CO- and calcium triplet-derived velocity dispersions in spiral galaxies: evidence for central star formation?Riffel, Rogemar A., Ho, Luis C., Mason, Rachel, Rodríguez-Ardila, Alberto, Martins, Lucimara, Riffel, Rogério, Diaz, Ruben, Colina, Luis, Alonso-Herrero, Almudena, Flohic, Helene, Martin, Omaira Gonzalez, Lira, Paulina, McDermid, Richard, Almeida, Cristina Ramos, Schiavon, Ricardo, Thanjavur, Karun, Ruschel-Dutra, Daniel, Winge, Claudia, Perlman, Eric2015Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGNIRSBR/GS/CA/US
HD 106906 b: A Planetary-mass Companion Outside a Massive Debris DiskBailey, Vanessa, Meshkat, Tiffany, Reiter, Megan, Morzinski, Katie, Males, Jared, Su, Kate Y. L., Hinz, Philip M., Kenworthy, Matthew, Stark, Daniel, Mamajek, Eric, Briguglio, Runa, Close, Laird M., Follette, Katherine B., Puglisi, Alfio, Rodigas, Timothy, Weinberger, Alycia J., Xompero, Marco2014The Astrophysical Journal LettersNICIUS/CA
The GEEC2 spectroscopic survey of Galaxy groups at 0.8 < z < 1Balogh, Michael L., McGee, Sean L., Mok, Angus, Wilman, David J., Finoguenov, Alexis, Bower, Richard G., Mulchaey, John S., Parker, Laura C., Tanaka, Masayuki2014Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGMOS-SCA/US/UK
DYNAMO - II. Coupled stellar and ionized-gas kinematics in two low-redshift clumpy discsBassett, Robert, Glazebrook, Karl, Fisher, David B., Green, Andrew W., Wisnioski, Emily, Obreschkow, Danail, Cooper, Erin Mentuch, Abraham, Roberto G., Damjanov, Ivana, McGregor, Peter J.2014Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGMOS-N/GMOS-SAU/CA/GS/US
Line-of-sight Structure toward Strong Lensing Galaxy ClustersBayliss, Matthew B., Johnson, Traci, Gladders, Michael D., Sharon, Keren, Oguri, Masamune2014The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NUS
The Physical Conditions, Metallicity and Metal Abundance Ratios in a Highly Magnified Galaxy at z = 3.6252Bayliss, Matthew B., Rigby, Jane R., Sharon, Keren, Wuyts, Eva, Florian, Michael, Gladders, Michael D., Johnson, Traci, Oguri, Masamune2014The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NUS
Multiple asteroid systems (45) Eugenia and (87) Sylvia: Sensitivity to external and internal perturbationsBeauvalet, L., Marchis, F.2014IcarusNIRI+ALTAIRUS
Physical and dynamical properties of the main belt triple Asteroid (87) SylviaBerthier, J., Vachier, F., Marchis, F., ?urech, J., Carry, B.2014IcarusNIRI+ALTAIRUS
An Expanded HST/WFC3 Survey of M83: Project Overview and Targeted Supernova Remnant SearchBlair, William P., Chandar, Rupali, Dopita, Michael A., Ghavamian, Parviz, Hammer, Derek, Kuntz, K. D., Long, Knox S., Soria, Roberto, Whitmore, Bradley C., Winkler, P. Frank2014The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-SUS
Hunting the Most Distant Stars in the Milky Way: Methods and Initial ResultsBochanski, John J., Willman, Beth, West, Andrew A., Strader, Jay, Chomiuk, Laura2014The Astronomical JournalGNIRSUS
A Statistical Analysis of SEEDS and Other High-contrast Exoplanet Surveys: Massive Planets or Low-mass Brown Dwarfs?Brandt, Timothy D., McElwain, Michael W., Turner, Edwin L., Mede, Kyle, Spiegel, David S., Kuzuhara, Masayuki, Schlieder, Joshua E., Wisniewski, John P., Abe, L., Biller, B., Brandner, W., Carson, J., Currie, T., Egner, S., Feldt, M., Golota, T., Goto, M., Grady, C. A., Guyon, O., Hashimoto, J., Hayano, Y., Hayashi, M., Hayashi, S., Henning, T., Hodapp, K. W., Inutsuka, S., Ishii, M., Iye, M., Janson, M., Kandori, R., Knapp, G. R., Kudo, T., Kusakabe, N., Kwon, J., Matsuo, T., Miyama, S., Morino, J.-I., Moro-Martín, A., Nishimura, T., Pyo, T.-S., Serabyn, E., Suto, H., Suzuki, R., Takami, M., Takato, N., Terada, H., Thalmann, C., Tomono, D., Watanabe, M., Yamada, T., Takami, H., Usuda, T., Tamura, M.2014The Astrophysical JournalNIRI+ALTAIR/NICICA/AU/US/UK/GS
1000 cataclysmic variables from the Catalina Real-time Transient SurveyBreedt, E., Gänsicke, B. T., Drake, A. J., Rodríguez-Gil, P., Parsons, S. G., Marsh, T. R., Szkody, P., Schreiber, M. R., Djorgovski, S. G.2014Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGMOS-N/GMOS-SUK/CL/US

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