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The IGM/Galaxy Connection

The Distribution of Baryons at z=0

  • Jessica L. Rosenberg
  • Mary E. Putman

Part of the Astrophysics and Space Science Library book series (ASSL, volume 281)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. M. Meyer, M. Zwaan, R. L. Webster, J. Stevens, E. Ryan-Weber, M. Pierce et al.
    Pages 21-26
  3. Daniel B. Nestor, Sandhya M. Rao, David A. Turnshek
    Pages 27-32
  4. Dusan Keres, Min S. Yun, Judith S. Young
    Pages 33-36
  5. Nurur Rahman, Sergei F. Shandarin
    Pages 37-40
  6. Jessica L. Rosenberg, Stephen E. Schneider
    Pages 41-44
  7. Virginia A. Kilborn
    Pages 45-46
  8. John T. Stocke, Steven V. Penton, J. M. Shull
    Pages 57-62
  9. H. Trac, P. Zhang, U. Pen
    Pages 69-74
  10. S. Heap, G. Williger, R. Davé, R. Weymann
    Pages 75-76
  11. Andrew R. Marble, Chris D. Impey, Cathy E. Petry
    Pages 81-84
  12. Philipp Richter, Blair D. Savage, Kenneth R. Sembach, Todd M. Tripp, Edward B. Jenkins
    Pages 85-86
  13. T. Fang, C. Canizares, H. Marshall, J. Lee, D. Davis, K. Sembach
    Pages 97-102
  14. Smita Mathur, David H. Weinberg, Xuelei Chen
    Pages 103-108
  15. Andrew Rasmussen, Steven M. Kahn, Frits Paerels
    Pages 109-116
  16. Lisa J. Storrie-Lombardi
    Pages 117-124
  17. Jennifer Scott, Jill Bechtold, Matthias Steinmetz, Adam Dobrzycki
    Pages 125-130
  18. Daniel B. Nestor, Sandhya Rao, David Turnshek, Eric Furst
    Pages 131-132
  19. David V. Bowen, Max Pettini
    Pages 133-142
  20. Chris Churchill, Chuck Steidel
    Pages 149-154
  21. Kenneth R. Sembach, Bart P. Wakker, Blair D. Savage, Philipp Richter, Marilyn Meade, J. Michael Shull et al.
    Pages 155-162
  22. Joseph A. Collins, J. Michael Shull, Mark L. Giroux
    Pages 169-172
  23. Andrew J. Fox, Blair D. Savage, Bart P. Wakker, Philipp Richter, Kenneth R. Sembach, Todd M. Tripp
    Pages 175-178
  24. M. E. Putman, L. Staveley-Smith, J. Bland-Hawthorn, B. K. Gibson
    Pages 179-182
  25. B. P. Wakker, B. D. Savage, P. Richter, M. Meade, K. R. Sembach
    Pages 183-184
  26. Neal Katz, Dusan Keres, Romeel Davé, David H. Weinberg
    Pages 185-192
  27. Massimo Ricotti
    Pages 193-198
  28. Stuart P. D. Gill, Alexander Knebe, Brad K. Gibson, Chris Flynn, Rodrigo A. Ibata, Geraint F. Lewis
    Pages 199-202
  29. Mark C. Neyrinck, Andrew J. S. Hamilton, Nickolay Y. Gnedin
    Pages 203-204
  30. Ignacio Ferreras, Evan Scannapieco, Joseph Silk
    Pages 217-222
  31. Emma Ryan-Weber, Rachel Webster, Kenji Bekki
    Pages 223-228
  32. Ignacio Ferreras, Joseph Silk
    Pages 229-230
  33. Brenda L. Frye, Todd M. Tripp, David V. Bowen, Edward B. Jenkins, Kenneth R. Sembach
    Pages 231-236
  34. Yeshe Fenner, Brad K. Gibson
    Pages 237-242
  35. Anthony Aguirre, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns
    Pages 243-248
  36. Curtis V. Manning
    Pages 259-264
  37. G. M. Williger, S. R. Heap, R. J. Weymann, R. Davé, T. M. Tripp, The STIS IDT
    Pages 265-270
  38. Romeel Davé, Neal Katz, David H. Weinberg
    Pages 271-276

About this book

Introduction

This volume contains the proceedings of the meeting entitled, "The IGM/Galaxy Connection: The Distribution of Baryons at z = 0. " The meeting was held August 8 -10 at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) located in Boulder, Colorado on the foothills of the Rocky Mountains (see conference photo). We organized this meeting because we felt it was time to address the link between galaxies and the intergalactic medium at low redshift. In this vein, we posed several questions to the conference participants: Where are the baryons in the local universe and in what phase do they reside? What signatures of galaxy evolution have been imprinted on the IGM? What percentage of intergalactic gas is left from the galaxy formation process? What does the distribution of baryons at z = 0 tell us about the early universe? The conference was an overwhelming success with lots of friendly interaction and discussion among the participants. At lunch we were treated to splendid views from the NCAR terrace and discussions rang­ ing from the importance of the LSR, GSR, and LGSR velocity frames to how long the desserts would last with 90 astronomers and the hot Boul­ der sun. From an inventory of the baryons, to the associations between galaxies and Lya absorbers, to the mechanisms by which galaxies obtain and lose gas, the conference covered many topics. The results of these endeavors are contained in these pages and eloquently summarized by Chris Impey.

Keywords

Cosmology Galaxy Galaxy rotation curve Quasar Redshift Spiral galaxy Universe stellar

Editors and affiliations

  • Jessica L. Rosenberg
    • 1
  • Mary E. Putman
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Astrophysical and Planetary SciencesUniversity of Colorado, CASABoulderUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-010-0115-1
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2003
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-3978-9
  • Online ISBN 978-94-010-0115-1
  • Series Print ISSN 0067-0057
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