These pages allow you to search for publications in refereed journals based on data taken with the Gemini telescopes, whether published by the proposer or via subsequent use of the Gemini Observatory Archive (formerly Gemini Science Archive). More information about criteria for inclusion. If your published paper does not appear in the database, please contact the Librarian.
All publications are linked to their ADS entries which the titles and authors are imported from. For author names with special characters, copy and paste the names from ADS entries to ensure exact matching. Replacing special characters with English letters can also be used for author search. Query results can be visualized by clicking on Chart Query Results by year, journal, or instrument. Advanced Search can be used to query program IDs and year ranges in addition to basic search fields. Please email the librarian if you have any questions.
Gemini Observatory is among the bibliographic groups on ADS. Search syntax “bibgroup:gemini” returns all Gemini users publications. However it may not be update-to-date as the list below.
|Identifying Bright Stars in Crowded Environments Using Velocity Dispersion Measurements, and an Application to the Center of M32||Davidge, T. J., Beck, T. L., and McGregor, P. J.||2010||Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific||NIFS+ALTAIR||DD/SV|
|Probing the Central Regions of Nearby Compact Elliptical Galaxies||Davidge, T. J., Beck, T. L., and McGregor, P. J.||2008||The Astrophysical Journal||NIFS+ALTAIR||DD/SV|
|Photometric Variability among the Brightest Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars near the Center of M32||Davidge, T. J. and Rigaut, F.||2004||The Astrophysical Journal||NIRI+ALTAIR||SV|
|The Brightest Stars in M32: Comparing Predictions from Spectra with the Resolved Stellar Content||Davidge, T. J. and Jensen, J. B.||2007||The Astronomical Journal||NIRI||GS|
|The Upper Asymptotic Giant Branch of the Elliptical Galaxy Maffei 1 and Comparisons with M32 and NGC 5128||Davidge, T. J.||2002||The Astronomical Journal||GMOS-N||SV|
|Seeing Red in NGC 1978, NGC 55, and NGC 3109||Davidge, T. J.||2018||The Astrophysical Journal||GMOS-S||CA|
|Deep g'r'i'z' GMOS Imaging of the Dwarf Irregular Galaxy Kar 50||Davidge, T. J.||2002||Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific||GMOS-N||SV|
|The Outer Regions of the Nearby Sc Galaxies NGC 2403 and M33: Evidence for an Intermediate-Age Population at Large Radii||Davidge, T. J.||2003||The Astronomical Journal||GMOS-N||SV|
|NGC 5253 and ESO 269-G058: Dwarf Galaxies with a Past||Davidge, T. J.||2007||The Astronomical Journal||GMOS-S||CA|
|Seeing Red in M32: Constraints on the Stellar Content from Near- and Mid-infrared Observations and Applications for Studies of More Distant Galaxies||Davidge, T. J.||2014||The Astrophysical Journal||NIRI||CA|
|The Compact Star-forming Complex at the Heart of NGC 253||Davidge, T. J.||2016||The Astrophysical Journal||GNIRS||SV|
|Changes: The Past, Present, and Future of the Nearby Dwarf Galaxy NGC 55||Davidge, T. J.||2019||The Astronomical Journal||GMOS-S||CA|
|NGC 3105: A Young Cluster in the Outer Galaxy||Davidge, T. J.||2017||The Astrophysical Journal||GMOS-S||CA|
|The Star-forming Histories of the Nucleus, Bulge, and Inner Disk of NGC 5102: Clues to the Evolution of a Nearby Lenticular Galaxy||Davidge, T. J.||2015||The Astrophysical Journal||GMOS-S||CA|
|Haffner 16 Redux: Revisiting a Young Cluster in the Outer Galaxy||Davidge, T. J.||2017||The Astronomical Journal||GMOS-S||CA|
|GeMS in the Outer Galaxy: Near-infrared Imaging of Three Young Clusters at Large Galactic Radii||Davidge, T. J.||2014||The Astrophysical Journal||GSAOI+GeMS||Other|
|The Stellar Contents of Intermediate-mass Disk Galaxies in the Virgo Cluster. I. GMOS Spectra||Davidge, T. J.||2018||The Astronomical Journal||GMOS-N/GMOS-S||CA|
|The Disk and Extraplanar Regions of NGC 55||Davidge, T. J.||2005||The Astrophysical Journal||GMOS-S||CA|
|The Stellar Content of the Post-Starburst s0 Galaxy NGC 5102||Davidge, T. J.||2008||The Astronomical Journal||GMOS-S||CA|
|The Disk and Extraplanar Environment of NGC 247||Davidge, T. J.||2006||The Astrophysical Journal||GMOS-S||CA|