Alfaro, Emilio J.

How does the Galaxy Work?

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Table of contents

1. The Milky Way: Four Centuries of Discovery of the Galaxy
S. N. Shore

2. Hi Clouds Beyond the Galactic Disk
F. J. Lockman

3. The Wham Northern Sky Survey and the Nature of the Warm Ionized Medium in the Galaxy
G. J. Madsen

4. The Structure of Galactic Hydrogen on the Largest Scales
N. M. McClure-Griffiths, J. M. Dickey, B. M. Gaensler, A. J. Green

5. The Bu-Fcrao Galactic Ring Survey
T. M. Bania, J. M. Jackson, D. P. Clemens, M. H. Heyer, R. Simon, R. Shah, J. Rathborne

6. The View of the Interstellar Medium with the Canadian Galactic Plane Survey
K. A. Douglas, A. R. Taylor

7. Dark Hydrogen in the Galactic Plane
S. J. Gibson, A. R. Taylor, J. M. Stil, L. A. Higgs, P. E. Dewdney, C. M. Brunt

8. Diffuse Infrared Excess Features in the Canadian Galactic Plane Survey
K. A. Douglas, A. R. Taylor

9. The Oxygen Abundance in Our Galaxy
L. S. Pilyugin, F. Ferrini, R. V. Shkvarun

10. Ionization of the Galactic Halo
J. D. Slavin

11. Diffuse Ionized Gas and the Disk-Halo Interaction in Spiral Galaxies
R. -J. Dettmar

12. Are All the DIGs the Same?
A. M. Hidalgo-Gámez

13. Radio Halos in Star Forming Galaxies
U. Lisenfeld, M. Dahlem, M. Ehle

14. Brackett-? Line Survey of the Ionized Hydrogen in the Galactic Plane
A. S. Kutyrev, C. L. Bennett, S. H. Moseley, R. J. Reynolds, F. L. Roesler

15. Leaky H II Regions and Heliumionization in the Reynolds Layer
K. Wood, J. S. Mathis

16. Reynolds Layers in Nearby Galaxies: The Face-On View
J. E. Beckman, A. Zurita

17. Volume Filling Factors of the Dig
D. Mitra, E. M. Berkhuijsen, P. Müller

18. Latest Results of the Sethi Survey at Arecibo
E. J. Korpela, P. Demorest, E. Heien, C. Heiles, D. Werthimer

19. Job Accomplished? The Escape of Ionizing Radiation from the Disks of Spiral Galaxies
M. Castellanos, D. Valls-Gabaud, A. I. Díaz, G. Tenorio-Tagle

20. Modeling the Diffuse Ionized Gas with Cloudy
T. Elwert, R. -J. Dettmar

21. Diffuse Ionized Medium Panel Discussion
R. J. Reynolds, R. L. Shelton, S. L. Tufte

22. Absorption Line Studies in the Halo
P. Richter

23. Dynamical Evolution of High Velocity Clouds in the Galactic Halo
C. Konz, G. T. Birk, H. Lesch

24. Pulsar Bow Shocks as Probes of Warm Neutral Gas
B. M. Gaensler, B. Stappers, S. Chatterjee, P. Ghavamian, D. H. Jones, J. Cordes

25. Highly Ionized HVCs Towards Pks 2155–304: Galactic or Extragalactic?
J. A. Collins, J. M. Shull, M. L. Giroux

26. Towards an Understanding of the Dynamics of the Milky Way
K. Hachisuka, M. Miyoshi

27. Fuse Observations of Ovi Emission from the Galactic Fountain
B. Otte, W. V. Dixon, R. Sankrit, M. Bonamente

28. Pattern Speeds of Three Spirals Using Co and the Tremaine-Weinberg Method
R. J. Rand, P. Zimmer, J. T. McGraw

29. Gas Infall Onto the Superthin Ic 2233
L. D. Matthews, J. M. Uson

30. High-Velocity Gas Observed Towards the Shajn 147 Supernova Remnant
S. Sallmen, B. Y. Welsh, R. Lallement

31. Hot Gas in the Galaxy
W. T. Sanders

32. Bubbles and Superbubbles
Y. -H. Chu, M. A. Guerrero, R. A. Gruendl

33. The Chandra View of M101: What Can We Learn About the Milky Way?
K. D. Kuntz

34. Fuse Observations of the Vela Supernova Remnant
R. Sankrit

35. Circumstellar Interaction in Young Radio Supernovae
M. A. Pérez-Torres, A. Alberdi

36. Chandra Archive of Nearby Galaxies. I. Normal Galaxies
C. -H. R. Chen, S. Wang, M. A. Guerrero, Y. -H. Chu, R. A. Gruendl

37. Hi Shells in the 2nd Galactic Quadrant
S. Ehlerová

38. Key Science Programs for the Spear Mission
E. J. Korpela, J. Edelstein, K. Nishikida, B. Welsh, K. -W. Min, W. Han, K. -I. Seon, D. -H. Lee

39. Chandra Archive of Nearby Galaxies. II. Galaxies with Nuclear Activity
S. Wang, C. -H. R. Chen, M. A. Guerrero, Y. -H. Chu, R. A. Gruendl

40. Heating and Cooling in the ISM
T.W. Hartquist, J. Raymond

41. The Galactic Centre and Its Black Hole
R. Schödel, R. Genzel

42. Stellar Metallicities and the Formation of the Galactic Bulge
I. Ferreras, R. F. G. Wyse, J. Silk

43. The Galactic Bar
R. Fux

44. Stellar Distribution in the Galactic Disk from NIR Color-Magnitude Diagrams
A. Cabrera-Lavers, F. Garzón, P. Hammersley

45. Stellar Clusters in the Nucleus of Galaxie
R. M. González-Delgado

46. Massive Young Clusters
J. Maíz-Apellániz

47. Deep Multicolor NIR Surver of the Galactic Plane
A. Cabrera-Lavers, F. Garzón, B. Vicente, P. Hammersley

48. Tracing the History of the Galaxy with Globular Clusters
F. R. Fenaro

49. Tidal Debris in the Galactic Halo
D. Martínez-Delgado

50. Star Formation in High-Redshift ISM
A. M. Wolfe

51. Gas Inflow in Spiral Galaxies from Kiloparsec to Parsec Scale
W. Maciejewski

52. Open Clusters as Tracers of the Cygnus ARM
A. Marco, I. Negueruela

53. Triaxial Bulge and In-Plane Bar of the Milky Way
S. Picaud

54. Tidal Shocks on Globular Clusters
S. Leon, L. Verdes-Montenegro, G. Bergond, G. Meylan, F. Combes

55. Evolution of Globular Cluster Populations in Compact Galaxy Groups
S. Leon, J. Perea, A. Athanassoula, G. Bergond, G. Meylan, A. Olmo, G. Garcí Gomez

56. Near IR Color-Magnitude Diagrams of Bulge Globular Clusters
E. Valenti, F. R. Ferraro, L. Origlia

57. Magnetic Fields in the Milky Way and Other Spiral Galaxies
R. Beck

58. The Origin of Galactic Magnetic Fields
K. M. Ferrière

59. Magnetic Turbulence in the WIM
A. Minter

60. Magnetic Fields and Spiral Structure
A. Fletcher, R. Beck, E. M. Berkhuijsen, C. Horellou, A. Shukurov

61. Calculations of the Dynamo Coefficients in Galactic Magnetic Fields with Shear
K. Otmianowska-Mazur, M. Hanasz, G. Kowal

62. Galactic Magnetic Fields, from Radio Polarimetry of the WIM
M. Haverkorn, P. Katgert, A. G. Bruyn, F. Heitsch

63. Radio Polarimetry in the Sothern Galactic Plane Survey
M. Haverkorn, B. M. Gaensler, N. M. McClure-Griffths, J. M. Dickey, A. J. Green

64. The Truncation of the Stellar Disk of the Milky Way: A Magnetic Effect?
E. Battaner, E. Florido, A. Guijarro, A. Castillo-Morales

65. The Parker Instability
J. Kim, D. Ryu, S. S. Hong, S. M. Lee, J. Franco

66. 3D MHD Modeling of the Galaxy
G. C. Gómez, D. P. Cox

67. The Frequency Evolution of Interstellar Pulse Broadening from Radio Pulsars
O. Löhmer, D. Mitra, Y. Gupta, M. Kramer, A. Ahuja

68. 3D HD and MHD Adaptive Mesh Refinement Simulations of the Global and Local ISM
M. A. Avillez, D. Breitschwerdt

69. The Turbulent Interstellar Medium: Insights and Questions from Numerical Models
M. -M. Mac Low, M. A. Avillez, M. J. Korpi

70. Hi: Temperatures, Magnetism, Turbulence, Morphology
C. Heiles

71. Cosmic Rays and ? Rays in the Galaxy
I. A. Grenier

72. Probing the Disk-Halo Connection Through the Local Interstellar Chimney
B. Y. Welsh, R. Lallement, S. Sallman

73. The Spear (Spectroscopy of Emission from Astrophysical Radiation) Mission
J. Edelstein, E.J. Korpela, K. Nishikida, B.Y. Welsh, K. -W. Min, D. -H. Lee, W. Han, U. -W. Nam

74. Dense Gas Contours Surrounding the Local Cavity: Comparison with the Soft X-Ray Background Emission Map
R. Lallement, J. L. Bertaux, F. Crifo, E. Quémerais, J. Raymond, J. Vallerga, J. L. Vergely, B. Welsh

75. Fuse Observations of the Hot Post-AGB Star ZNG 1 in the Globular Cluster M5
W. V. D. Dixon, T. M. Brown, W. B. Landsman

76. 3D Simulations of the Local Bubble: How Much Ovi Can We Expect?
D. Breitschwerdt, M. A. Avillez

77. XMM-Newton Observations of the Local Bubble and the Galactic Halo
D. Breitschwerdt, M. Freyberg

78. The Temperature of Massive Stars
M. García, L. Bianchi

79. Fuse Survey Of The Local Interstellar Medium
N. Lehner, C. Gry, E. B. Jenkins, H. W. Moos, S. Lacour

80. Diffuse Ovi Emission Towards the Loop I Superbubble
S. Sallmen, E. J. Korpela

81. The Local Bubble: Where is the ~300,000 K Gas?
R. L. Shelton

82. Is the Local Bubble Dead?
D. Breitschwerdt, D. P. Cox

83. Closing Remarks
D. Cox, R. Reynolds


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