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PhD Theses

The PhD theses below are based fully or partially on Gemini Observatory data. Please email library@gemini.edu if your Gemini-based PhD thesis has not been included.

Displaying 241-260 of 316 results.
AuthorTitleYearAffiliationInstrumentCountry
Cottis, Christopher EuanBALQSOs in SDSS: On the absence of Observational Evidence for Ly-??N V line-locking and a discussion of the physical conditions within BAL outflows2010University of LeicesterGMOS-NUK
Ural, UgurDwarf spheroidal galaxies : kinematics of stellar populations and mass modelling with tides2011University of LeicesterGMOS-NUK
Longstaff, Emma S.The irradiated atmospheres of brown dwarf companions to white dwarf stars2019University of Leicester GNIRSUK
Abbott, Jay BrianQuantitative spectroscopic studies of Wolf-Rayet stars in local group galaxies2004University of London, University College LondonGMOS-NUK
Barclay, ThomasSearching for Variable Sources in the Rapid Temporal Survey2012University of London, University College LondonGMOS-SUK
Westmoquette, Mark S.Super star clusters, their environment, and the formation of galactic winds2007University of London, University College LondonGMOS-NUK
Fabbri, Joanna NatalinaA mid-infrared study of dust emission from core-collapse supernovae2011University of London, University College LondonOSCIR/TRECS/MICHELLE/GMOS-NUK
Liu, TingtingThe Search for Supermassive Black Hole Binaries in the Time Domain2018University of MarylandGMOS-SUSA
Krug, Hannah BowenNeutral gas outflows and inflows in local AGN & high-z Lyman-alpha emitters in COSMOS2013University of MarylandGNIRSUSA
Wayth, Randall B.The structure of galaxies and AGN using gravitational lensing2004University of MelbourneGMOS-NAustralia
Bate, Nicholas FrazerQuasar microimaging2010University of MelbourneGMOS-SAustralia
Helton, Lorren AndrewPhotometric and spectroscopic analysis of classical novae: an examination of their observational characteristics and greater astronomical impact2010University of MinnesotaGNIRSUSA
Mehner, AndreaExploring and Modeling High-excitation Emission in the Ejecta and the Wind of Eta Carinae2011University of MinnesotaGMOS-SUSA
Berg, Danielle AmandaTrue chemical abundances of galaxies in the nearby universe: a comparison of abundance methods, interstellar processes, and galaxy types2013University of MinnesotaGMOS-NUSA
Guha Niyogi, SuklimaUsing infrared observations of circumstellar dust around evolved stars to test dust formation hypotheses2011University of Missouri - ColumbiaMICHELLEUSA
Do Duy, ThoStudy of the silicate mineralogy of embedded young stellar objects and the interstellar medium2018University of New South WalesMICHELLE/TRECSAustralia
Opitz, DanielaImaging and astrometry for the coolest brown dwarfs2018University of New South WalesGSAOI+GeMSAustralia
Longmore, Steven NeilThe cradle of galactic superpowers: studying the natal environment of massive stars2007University of New South WalesMICHELLEAustralia
Chhetri, Rajan Quasars, Radio Galaxies and Gravitational Lenses in the High Radio Frequency Universe2012University of New South WalesGMOS-SAustralia
Bott, Kimberly M.Polarimetry of hot-Jupiter systems and radiative transfer models of planetary atmospheres2017University of New South WalesGNIRSAustralia

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