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The Post-Recombination Universe

  • Nick Kaiser
  • Anthony N. Lasenby

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (ASIC, volume 240)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Sources at High Redshift

    1. Lennox L. Cowie
      Pages 1-18
    2. David Crampton
      Pages 19-31
    3. L. Danese, A. Franceschini
      Pages 33-50
    4. Roberto Terlevich
      Pages 69-83
    5. R. E. Griffiths, I. R. Tuohy, R. J. V. Brissenden, M. Ward, S. S. Murray, R. Burg
      Pages 91-97
    6. H. van der Laan, M. J. A. Oort
      Pages 99-100
    7. Martin J. Rees
      Pages 101-107
  3. Background Radiation Fields

    1. Paolo de Bernardis, Silvia Masi, Francesco Melchiorri, Bianca Melchiorri, Nicola Vittorio
      Pages 109-123
    2. Michael Rowan-Robinson, Bernard Carr
      Pages 125-140
    3. C. J. Hogan, J. R. Bond
      Pages 141-149
    4. Eric V. Linder
      Pages 155-158
    5. Jonathan C. McDowell
      Pages 159-161
    6. A. C. S. Readhead, C. R. Lawrence, S. T. Myers, W. L. W. Sargent
      Pages 167-172
    7. Richard Saunders
      Pages 187-191
    8. Bronisław Rudak, Mirosław Panek
      Pages 193-195
    9. Shoba Veeraraghavan
      Pages 197-199
  4. Absorption Line Systems

    1. Jacqueline Bergeron
      Pages 201-223
  5. Galaxy Clustering and Large-Scale Structure

    1. P. A. Shaver
      Pages 229-243
    2. H. M. P. Couchman, J. R. Bond
      Pages 263-265
    3. A. Iovino, P. Shaver
      Pages 271-274
    4. Ofer Lahav, Donald Lynden-Bell, Stephen F. Gull
      Pages 275-276
    5. Per B. Lilje, G. Efstathiou
      Pages 277-279
    6. E. Martínez - González, J. L. Sanz
      Pages 281-283
    7. Albert Stebbins
      Pages 285-287
    8. Will Sutherland
      Pages 289-291
    9. Xingfen Zhu, Yaoquan Chu
      Pages 293-295
  6. Gravitational Lensing

    1. S. Refsdal, R. Kayser
      Pages 297-309
    2. B. Grieger, R. Kayser, S. Refsdal
      Pages 311-313
    3. Israel Kovner
      Pages 315-317
    4. Thomas G. Schramm
      Pages 319-321
  7. Galaxy Formation Theory

    1. Bernard J. T. Jones
      Pages 323-345
    2. David Alexander, Robin M. Green
      Pages 347-349
    3. David P. Bennett, Francois R. Bouchet
      Pages 351-354
    4. Robert H. Brandenberger
      Pages 355-357
    5. August E. Evrard
      Pages 363-366

About this book

Introduction

This volume consists of invited talks and contributed papers presented at the NATO Advanced Study Institute "The Post Recombination Universe" which was held in Cambridge in the summer of 1987. There have, in recent years, been numerous meetings devoted to problems in observational cosmology. The attention given reflects the exciting rate of de­ velopment of the subject, and a survey of the proceedings from these symposia reveals that a great deal of emphasis has been given to consideration of the very early universe on the one hand, and to large scale structure in the universe at the present epoch on the other. The theme of this meeting was chosen to comple­ ment these efforts by focussing on the state of the universe at quite early times, but at those epochs which are still accessible to direct observations. The meet­ ing provided a broad coverage of the post recombination universe by drawing on experts from a wide variety of fields covering theory, background radiation fields and discrete sources at high redshift. Events in the moderately early universe will have left their mark in a great range of wavebands, from X-rays to the microwave region, and the evolution of the universe can be revealed by studies of the inter­ galactic medium, gravitational lensing and the abundance and clustering of high redshift sources. All of these subjects received much attention at the meeting, and the papers demonstrate the rich interplay between these areas in the rapidly expanding world of observational cosmology.

Keywords

Dark matter Galaxy Gravity Quasar Star Universe astronomy

Editors and affiliations

  • Nick Kaiser
    • 1
  • Anthony N. Lasenby
    • 2
  1. 1.Institute of AstronomyCambridgeUK
  2. 2.Mullard Radio Astronomy ObservatoryCavendish LaboratoryCambridgeUK

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-3035-3
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1988
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-7864-1
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-3035-3
  • Series Print ISSN 1389-2185
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