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.

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Graham, Melissa LynnNature versus nurture: how parent galaxy environments affect the rates and properties of their Type Ia supernovae2010University of VictoriaGMOS-S/GMOS-NCanada
Kennedy, Catherine R.The history of chemical enrichment and the sites of early nucleosynthesis: CNO abundances of galactic carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars2011Michigan State UniversityGMOS-S/GMOS-NUSA
Harrison, Christopher MarkObservational constraints on the influence of active galactic nuclei on the evolution of galaxies2014Durham UniversityGMOS-S/NIFSUK
Pomohaci, RobertA near-infrared view of the evolution, environment and multiplicity of Massive Young Stellar Objects2017University of LeedsGNIRSUK
Silge, Julia DorotheaSweep the dust away: infrared kinematics of nearby galaxies2005The University of Texas at AustinGNIRSUSA
Helton, Lorren AndrewPhotometric and spectroscopic analysis of classical novae: an examination of their observational characteristics and greater astronomical impact2010University of MinnesotaGNIRSUSA
Caruana, JosephSpectroscopic analysis of primeval galaxy candidates2013University of OxfordGNIRSUK
Krug, Hannah BowenNeutral gas outflows and inflows in local AGN & high-z Lyman-alpha emitters in COSMOS2013University of MarylandGNIRSUSA
Bannister, MicheleBright trans-neptunian objects in the Southern sky2014Australian National UniversityGNIRSAustralia
Danielson, AliceThe Evolution of Massive Star-forming Galaxies: Energetics and the Interstellar Medium2014Durham UniversityGNIRSUK
Mace, Gregory NathanInvestigating low-mass binary stars and brown dwarfs with near-infrared spectroscopy2014University of California Los AngelesGNIRSUSA
Diamond, Tiara R.Imprints of explosion conditions on late-time spectra of type Ia supernovae2015Florida State UniversityGNIRSUSA
Collinson, James S.Spectral and temporal studies of supermassive black holes2016Durham UniversityGNIRSUK
Bott, Kimberly M.Polarimetry of hot-Jupiter systems and radiative transfer models of planetary atmospheres2017University of New South WalesGNIRSAustralia
Gagne, JonathanThe search for low-mass star and brown dwarf candidate members of young moving froups in the solar neighborhood2015Universite de MontrealGNIRS/FLAMINGOS-2Canada
Kellogg, KendraInvestigating Brown Dwarf Atmospheres: Gravity, Dust Content, Cloud Structure and Metallicity2017University of Western OntarioGNIRS/FLAMINGOS-2/GMOS-SCanada
Naud, Marie-EveDetection and characterization of distant giant exoplanets around low-mass young stars using direct imaging2016Universite de MontrealGNIRS/GMOS-S/NICI/PHOENIXCanada
Coatman, LiamA near-infrared view of luminous quasars: black hole masses, outflows and hot dust2017University of CambridgeGNIRS/NIRIUK
Jiang, LinhuaEvolution of the quasar population at high redshift2008The University of ArizonaGNIRS/NIRIUSA
Chilcote, Jeffrey KaplanDirect observation of extrasolar planets and the development of the gemini planet imager integral field spectrograph2014University of California, Los AngelesGPIUSA

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