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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 261-280 of 320 results.
AuthorTitleYearAffiliationInstrumentCountry
Gharanfoli, SoheilaStudying low-redshift universe through observation of Damped Lyman-alpha quasar absorbers2009University of South CarolinaHokupaaUSA
Escudero, Carlos GabrielSubpoblaciones de cúmulos globulares: claves sobre la formación de galaxias de tipo temprano en grupos y el campo2016Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP)GMOS-N/GMOS-SArgentina
Westmoquette, Mark S.Super star clusters, their environment, and the formation of galactic winds2007University of London, University College LondonGMOS-NUK
Secrest, Nathan J.Supermassive black holes in bulgeless and dwarf galaxies: a multi-wavelength investigation2014George Mason UniversityGMOS-NUSA
Silge, Julia DorotheaSweep the dust away: infrared kinematics of nearby galaxies2005The University of Texas at AustinGNIRSUSA
D'Andrea, Christopher BrianTesting supernova cosmology and progenitor effects with the SDSS-II supernova survey2011University of PensylvaniaGMOS-SUSA
Barrett, ElizabethThe assembly of massive galaxy clusters: a joint X-ray-optical study2006University of HawaiiGMOS-N/GMOS-SUSA
Cerulo, PierluigiThe build-up of the red sequence in high redshift galaxy clusters2015Swinburne University of TechnologyGMOS-NAustralia
Longmore, Steven NeilThe cradle of galactic superpowers: studying the natal environment of massive stars2007University of New South WalesMICHELLEAustralia
Lloyd, James PatrickThe detection and characterization of low mass companions to sun-like stars2002University of California, BerkeleyHokupaaUSA
Perley, Daniel AlanThe diverse environments of Gamma-ray bursts2011University of California, BerkeleyGMOS-N/GMOS-S/NIRIUSA
Barbosa, CassioThe environment of massive star birth sites2004University of Sao PauloTRECSBrazil
Oldham, Lindsay JoannaThe evolution of dark and luminous structure in massive early-type galaxies2017University of CambridgeGMOS-N/NIFS+LGSUK
Smith, RachelThe Evolution of Debris Disk Systems: Constraints from Theory and Observation2008University of EdinburghMICHELLE/TRECSUK
Stott, John PhilipThe evolution of galaxies in massive clusters2007Durham UniversityGMOS-NUK
Danielson, AliceThe Evolution of Massive Star-forming Galaxies: Energetics and the Interstellar Medium2014Durham UniversityGNIRSUK
Dahm, Scott E.The evolution of young clusters2005University of HawaiiGMOS-NUSA
Norris, Mark AndersonThe formation of early-type galaxies2008University of DurhamGMOS-N/GMOS-SUK
Navarete, Felipe Donizeti TestonThe Formation of High-Mass Stars: from High-Mass Clumps to Accretion Discs and Molecular Outflows 2018University of Sao PauloNIFS+ALTAIRBrazil
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

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