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.
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TitleAuthorYearJournalInstrumentPartner
Star Formation in the Southern Dark Cloud DC 296.2-3.6Persi, P., Gómez, M., Tapia, M., Roth, M., de Buizer, J. M., and Marenzi, A. R.2008The Astronomical JournalTRECSAR
Infrared Spectroscopy of Symbiotic Stars. Vi. Combined Orbits for Two S-Type Systems: V455 Scorpii and SS 73-90Fekel, F. C., Hinkle, K. H., Joyce, R. R., Wood, P. R., and Howarth, I. D.2008The Astronomical JournalPHOENIXOther
The Stellar Content of Obscured Galactic Giant H II Regions. Vi. W51AFiguerêdo, E., Blum, R. D., Damineli, A., Conti, P. S., and Barbosa, C. L.2008The Astronomical JournalNIRIBR
Limits on Reddening and Gas-to-Dust Ratios for Seven Intermediate Redshift Damped Lyα Absorbers from Diffuse Interstellar BandsLawton, B., Churchill, C. W., York, B. A., Ellison, S. L., Snow, T. P., Johnson, R. A., Ryan, S. G., and Benn, C. R.2008The Astronomical JournalGMOS-SCA
Rotational Velocities for Early-Type Stars in the Young Large Magellanic Cloud Cluster R136: Further Study of the Relationship Between Rotation Speed and Density in Star-Forming RegionsWolff, S. C., Strom, S. E., Cunha, K., Daflon, S., Olsen, K., and Dror, D.2008The Astronomical JournalGMOS-SUS
Meeting the Cool Neighbors. X. Ultracool Dwarfs from the 2MASS All-Sky Data ReleaseReid, I. N., Cruz, K. L., Kirkpatrick, J. D., Allen, P. R., Mungall, F., Liebert, J., Lowrance, P., and Sweet, A.2008The Astronomical JournalGMOS-N/GMOS-SUS/UK
Carbon Abundances of Three Carbon-Enhanced Metal-Poor Stars from High-Resolution Gemini-S/bHROS Spectra of the λ8727 [C I] LineSchuler, S. C., Margheim, S. J., Sivarani, T., Asplund, M., Smith, V. V., Cunha, K., and Beers, T. C.2008The Astronomical JournalbHROSOther
IS J 133658.3-295105 A Radio Source at z >= 1.0 or at the Distance of M 83?Dottori, H., Díaz, R. J., and Mast, D.2008The Astronomical JournalGMOS-SOther
The Luminosity Function of the Fossil Group RX J1552.2+2013Mendes de Oliveira, C. L., Cypriano, E. S., and Sodré, L., Jr.2006The Astronomical JournalGMOS-NBR
Adaptive Optics Imaging of Low-Redshift Damped Lyα Quasar AbsorbersChun, M. R., Gharanfoli, S., Kulkarni, V. P., and Takamiya, M.2006The Astronomical JournalHokupaaGS
Photometric Selection of High-Redshift Type Ia Supernova CandidatesSullivan, M., Howell, D. A., Perrett, K., Nugent, P. E., Astier, P., Aubourg, E., Balam, D., Basa, S., Carlberg, R. G., Conley, A., Fabbro, S., Fouchez, D., Guy, J., Hook, I., Lafoux, H., Neill, J. D., Pain, R., Palanque-Delabrouille, N., Pritchet, C. J., Regnault, N., Rich, J., Taillet, R., Aldering, G., Baumont, S., Bronder, J., Filiol, M., Knop, R. A., Perlmutter, S., and Tao, C.2006The Astronomical JournalGMOS-S/GMOS-NUK/CA/US
Using Line Profiles to Test the Fraternity of Type Ia Supernovae at High and Low RedshiftsBlondin, S., and 36 colleagues2006The Astronomical JournalGMOS-SAU/US
A Deep Radio Survey of Abell 2125. III. The Cluster Core: Merging and StrippingOwen, F. N., Keel, W. C., Wang, Q. D., Ledlow, M. J., and Morrison, G. E.2006The Astronomical JournalGMOS-NGS/UK
The Type Ia Supernova Rate in Radio and Infrared Galaxies from the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope Supernova Legacy SurveyGraham, M. L., Pritchet, C. J., Sullivan, M., Howell, D. A., Gwyn, S. D. J., Astier, P., Balland, C., Basa, S., Carlberg, R. G., Conley, A., Fouchez, D., Guy, J., Hardin, D., Hook, I. M., Pain, R., Perrett, K., Regnault, N., Rich, J., Balam, D., Fabbro, S., Hsiao, E. Y., Mourao, A., Palanque-Delabrouille, N., Perlmutter, S., Ruhlman-Kleider, V., Suzuki, N., Fakhouri, H. K., and Walker, E. S.2010The Astronomical JournalGMOS-S/GMOS-NUK/CA/US
The Star Formation Histories of the Bulge and Disk of M31 from Resolved Stars in the Near-InfraredOlsen, K. A. G., Blum, R. D., Stephens, A. W., Davidge, T. J., Massey, P., Strom, S. E., and Rigaut, F.2006The Astronomical JournalNIRI+ALTAIROther
The Canada-France High-z Quasar Survey: Nine New Quasars and the Luminosity Function at Redshift 6Willott, C. J., Delorme, P., Reylé, C., Albert, L., Bergeron, J., Crampton, D., Delfosse, X., Forveille, T., Hutchings, J. B., McLure, R. J., Omont, A., and Schade, D.2010The Astronomical JournalGMOS-S/GMOS-NCA
The Nearby Damped Lyα Absorber SBS 1543+593: A Large H I Envelope in a Gas-rich Galaxy GroupRosenberg, J. L., Bowen, D. V., Tripp, T. M., and Brinks, E.2006The Astronomical JournalGMOS-NUS
Infrared Spectroscopy of Symbiotic Stars. VIII. Orbits for Three S-Type Systems: AE Arae, Y Coronae Australis, and SS 73-147Fekel, F. C., Hinkle, K. H., Joyce, R. R., and Wood, P. R.2010The Astronomical JournalPHOENIXUS
Velocity Dispersion, Mass, and the Luminosity Function of the Fossil Cluster RX J1416.4+2315Cypriano, E. S., Mendes de Oliveira, C. L., and Sodré, L., Jr.2006The Astronomical JournalGMOS-NBR
Simultaneous K- and L-band Spectroscopy of Be Stars: Circumstellar Envelope Properties from Hydrogen Emission LinesGranada, A., Arias, M. L., and Cidale, L. S.2010The Astronomical JournalNIRIAR

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