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Chemical Abundances and Mixing in Stars in the Milky Way and its Satellites

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I. Abundances in the Thin and Thick Disks

1. Metallicities and a-Abundancesin Open Clusters
E.D. Friel

2. Old Open Clusters as Tracers of Galactic Chemical Evolution: the BOCCE Project
A. Bragaglia, M. Tosi

3. Chemical Abundances and Mixing in Red Clump Stars of the Galaxy
G. Tautvaišiene, B. Edvardsson, E. Puzeras, E. Stasiukaitis, I. Ilyin

4. Abundance Trends in the Thin and Thick Disks
S. Feltzing

5. On the Chemical Abundances of Stars with Giant Planets
N.C. Santos

6. Observational Constraints on Nucleosynthesis in AGB Stars
C. Abia, I. Domínguez, O. Straniero, O. Zamora

7. Advances in Chemical Abundances in Planetary Nebulae
M. Perinotto, A. Scatarzi, L. Morbidelli

8. A Comparison of Methods for Photospheric Abundance Determinations in K-Type Stars
L. Affer, G. Micela, T. Morel, J.S. Forcada, F. Favata

9. S/R Ratio in Barium Stars
D.M. Allen

10. Observations of 3He in Planetary Nebulae
D.S. Balser, T.M. Bania, R.T. Rood, W.M. Goss

11. Chemical Composition and Kinematics of Disk Stars
O. Bienaymé, T. Mishenina, C. Soubiran, V. Kovtyukh, A. Siebert

12. Cu and Zn in Thick-Disk and Thin-Disk Stars
S. Bisterzo, R. Gallino, M. Pignatari

13. NGC2324: A Relatively Young, Metal-Poor Open Cluster Located Beyond the Perseus Spiral Arm
J.J. Clariá, A.E. Piatti, A.V. Ahumada

14. Fluorine Abundances in the Galaxy
K. Cunha, V.V. Smith

15. Determination of the Age of the Galactic Thin Disk from Th/Eu Stellar Abundance Ratios
E.F. del Peloso, L. da Silva, L.I. Arany-Prado, G.F. Porto de Mello

16. CNO Abundances in Giants with Precise Radial Velocity Measurements
J.D.Jr. do Nascimento, L. da Silva, J.R. De Medeiros, J. Setiawan, L. Pasquini

17. Oxygen in Metal-Rich Stars: Abundances from [O I] 6300, OI 7771–5 and Near-UV OH
A. Ecuvillon, G. Israelian, N.C. Santos, N. Shchukina, M. Mayor, R. Rebolo

18. Ci Non-LTE Spectral Line Formation in Late-Type Stars
D. Fabbian, M. Asplund, M. Carlsson

19. Does the [a/Fe] Abundance Ratio Trend Reverse at Super-Solar Regime? A Test on the Role of Accurate Knowledge of Atmospheric Parameters
M. Franchini, C. Morossi, P. di Marcantonio, M. Lucia Malagnini, M. Chavez, L. Rodriguez-Merino

20. Abundances and Ages of the Deconvolved Thin/Thick Disks of the Galaxy
P. Girard, C. Soubiran

21. Studying Old Open Clusters with Detached Eclipsing Binaries
F. Grundahl, S. Meibom, H. Bruntt, H.R. Jensen, J.V. Clausen, S. Frandsen

22. Isotopic Abundances in RGB- and AGB-Stars
H.U. Käufl, B. Aringer, S. Uttenthaler, J. Hron

23. Abundance Variations in the Galactic Disk: Planetary Nebulae, Open Clusters and Field Stars
W.J. Maciel, R.D.D. Costa

24. Some Concerns About the Reliability of LTE Abundance Analyses in Cool, Active Stars
T. Morel, G. Micela, F. Favata

25. Chemo-Dynamical Properties of F-G-K Stars in the -1.0<[Fe/H]< +0.50 Range
C. Morossi, M. Franchini, P. di Marcantonio, M.L. Malagnini, M. Chavez, L. Rodriguez-Merino

26. Does Rotation of B Stars Depend on Metallicity? Preliminary Results from GIRAFFE Spectra
F. Royer, P. North, C. Melo, J.-C. Mermilliod, E.K. Grebel, J.R. de Medeiros, A. Maeder

27. Metallicity in Open Clusters
G. Pace, L. Pasquini, P. François4, F. Matteucci

28. Light– and Heavy-Element Abundances from Mid-UV and Optical Spectral Syntheses
R.C. Peterson

29. FLAMES Observations of the Star Forming Region NGC 6530
L. Prisinzano, F. Damiani, I. Pillitteri, G. Micela

30. The “Not-so-MAD” Coronal Abundances of Active Stars
J. Sanz-Forcada, F. Favata, G. Micela

31. Fundamental Parameters of B Supergiants
S.C. Searle, R.K. Prinja, P. Crowther

32. High Precision Effective Temperatures and New Abundances for a Large Sample of Disk Stars
T.V. Mishenina, C. Soubiran, O. Bienaymé, V.V. Kovtyukh, S.A. Korotin, T.I. Gorbaneva

33. Elemental Abundances in 10 Dwarfs of the Galactic Thick Disk
G. Tautvaišiene, A. Ivanauskas, M. Grenon, I. Ilyin

II. Abundances in the Spheroidal Component

34. Abundances in the Galactic Bulge
B. Barbuy, M. Zoccali, V. Hill, A. Renzini, S. Ortolani, D. Minniti, L. Pasquini, E. Bica, A. Gomez, Y. Momany, J. Meléndez, A. Alves-Brito

35. Abundance Ratios in the Galactic Bulge
J.P. Fulbright, R. Michael Rich, A. McWilliam

36. Abundances in Globular Cluster Dwarfs/Subgiants
E. Carretta

37. Unraveling the Origins and History of the Outer Halo Cluster System
I.I. Ivans

38. Chemical Abundance Inhomogeneities in Globular Cluster Stars
J.G. Cohen

39. Red Giants Survey in ? Cen: Preliminary FLAMES GTO Results
E. Pancino

40. Galactic Evolution of Carbon and Nitrogen
G. Israelian

41. First Stars: Abundance Patterns from O to Zn and Derived SNe Yields in the Early Galaxy
R. Cayrel, M. Spite

42. Nitrogen in the Early Universe
J.A. Johnson, F. Herwig, T.C. Beers, N. Christlieb

43. Abundance of Heavy Elements in Extremely Metal-Poor Stars
P. François1, R. Cayrel, E. Depagne, M. Spite, V. Hill, F. Spite, B. Plez, T. Beers, F. Primas, J. Andersen, B. Barbuy, P. Bonifacio, P. Molaro, B. Nordström

44. The Chemical Compositions of Carbon-Enhanced Metal-Poor Stars
W. Aoki, S.G. Ryan, J.E. Norris, T.C. Beers, N. Christlieb, S. Tsangarides, H. Ando

45. Lead Stars at Low Metallicity: Observation versus Theory
D. Delaude, R. Gallino, S. Cristallo, O. Straniero

46. Sulphur in the Early Ages of the Galaxy
E. Depagne, V. Hill, M. Spite, P. François, F. Spite, B. Plez, T.C. Beers, B. Barbuy, R. Cayrel, J. Andersen, P. Bonifacio, B. Nordström, F. Primas

47. Star Clusters in the Galactic Anticenter Stellar Structure: New Radial Velocities & Metallicities
P.M. Frinchaboy, R.R. Muñoz, S.R. Majewski, E.D. Friel, R.L. Phelps, W.B. Kunkel

48. Abundance Variations in NGC 288, NGC 362 and NGC 1851
F. Grundahl, H. Bruntt

49. Heavy Elements and Chemical Enrichment in Globular Clusters
G. James

50. The Effect of Metallicity on Pulsations in B-Type Stars in the Magellanic Clouds
Z. Kolaczkowski, A. Pigulski

51. VLT-FLAMES Observations of a Large Sample of Bulge Clump Giants
A. Lecureur, V. Hill, A. Gómez, F. Royer, M. Schultheis

52. B12, a Be-Type Star with a Low Nitrogen Abundance in NGC 330
J.-K. Lee, D.J. Lennon, P.L. Dufton, R.S.I. Ryans

53. Chemical Abundances of Three Metal-Poor Globular Clusters in the Inner Halo
J.-W. Lee

54. From C-Enhanced, Metal Poor Stars to AGB Nucleosynthesis
S. Lucatello, R. Gratton, T. Beers, E. Carretta

55. The Metallicity Dependence of the Cepheid Period-Luminosity Relation: Methodology and Results
M. Mottini, M. Romaniello, F. Primas, M. Groenewegen, G. Bono, P. François

56. Chemical Abundances of Supersolar Metallicity Stars of Bulgelike Kinematics
L. Pompéia, B. Barbuy, M. Grenon

57. Abundance Anomalies in Hot Horizontal Branch Stars of the Galactic Globular Cluster NGC 1904
A. Recio-Blanco, D. Fabbian, R.G. Gratton

58. Spectroscopy of Blue Stragglers and Turno. Stars in NGC 2506 with FLAMES
F. Royer, A.E. Gómez

59. Chemical Inhomogeneities in the Stellar System ? Centauri
A. Sollima, E. Pancino, F.R. Ferraro, M. Bellazzini

60. High Resolution IR Spectroscopy of Bulge Globular Clusters
E. Valenti, L. Origlia, R.M. Rich

III. Tracing Mixing in Stars

61. Pre-Main-Sequence Lithium Depletion
R.D. Jeffries

62. Li, Be and B Destruction in Astrophysical Environments: Indirect Cross Section Measurements
R.G. Pizzone, C. Spitaleri, L. Lamia, S. Cherubini, M. La Cognata, A. Musumarra, M.G. Pellegriti, S. Romano, A. Tumino

63. Mixing on the Main Sequence: Lithium and Beryllium in Old Open Clusters
S. Randich

64. Lithium and Metallicity in the Intermediate Age Open Cluster NGC 752
P. Sestito, S. Randich, R. Pallavicini

65. Multi-Object Spectroscopy of Open Clusters with FLAMES: Preliminary GTO Results
R. Pallavicini, P. Spanò, L. Prisinzano, S. Randich, P. Sestito

66. The Halo Lithium Plateau: Outstanding Issues
S.G. Ryan, L. Elliott

67. Lithium and Beryllium in Globular Cluster Stars
L. Pasquini

68. Lithium Rich Red Giant Branch Stars
R. de la Reza

69. Evidence of Mixing in Extremely Metal-Poor Giants
M. Spite, R. Cayrel, F. Spite, V. Hill, P. François, E. Depagne, B. Barbuy, P. Bonifacio, P. Molaro, F. Primas, T. Beers, B. Plez, B. Nordström, J. Andersen

70. Mixing and CNO Abundances in M Supergiants
S.C. Balachandran, J.S. Carr, K.A. Venn

71. GIRAFFE Observations in 47 TUC: Lithium Abundances Along the Red Giant Branch
A. Lèbre, G. Jasniewicz, P. de Laverny, F. Thévenin, C. Charbonnel, A. Recio-Blanco

72. Is an Engulfment Event at the Origin of the Li-Rich Giants?
C.H.F. Melo, P. de Laverny, N.C. Santos, G. Israelian, S. Randich6, J.D.Jr. do Nascimento, J.R. De Medeiros

IV. Local Group Galaxies

73. Abundances as Tracers of the Formation and Evolution of (Dwarf) Galaxies
E. Tolstoy

74. Abundances in Local Group Early-Type Stars
A. Kaufer, K.A. Venn, E. Tolstoy, R.P. Kudritzki

75. The Extreme Ends of the Metallicity Distribution in dSph Galaxies
M. Shetrone

76. UVES Detailed Chemical Abundances in the Sgr dSph and the CMa Overdensity
L. Sbordone

77. The Metallicity Distribution and Its Gradients in the LMC via Calcium Triplet Spectroscopy
R. Carrera, C. Gallart, E. Pancino, R. Zinn, E. Hardy

78. Abundances in Sagittarius Stars
P. Bonifacio, S. Zaggia, L. Sbordone, P. Santin, L. Monaco, S. Monai, P. Molaro, G. Marconi, L. Girardi, F. Ferraro, P. di Marcantonio, E. Caffau, M. Bellazzini

79. The Composition of the Sagittarius Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy and Implications for Nucleosynthesis and Chemical Evolution
A. McWilliam, T. Smecker-Hane

80. The Metallicity-Luminosity Relation for Local Group Dwarf Galaxies
E.K. Grebel, J.S. Gallagher, D. Harbeck

81. Chemical Abundances and Milky Way Formation
G. Gilmore, R.F.G. Wyse

82. Chemical Evolution in the Carina Dwarf 1Spheroidal
A. Koch, E.K. Grebel, D. Harbeck, M.I. Wilkinson, J.T. Kleyna, G.F. Gilmore, R.F.G. Wyse, N.W. Evans

83. Chemical Connections Between Stars in the Galaxy and its Satellites
K.A. Venn, M. Irwin, M. Shetrone

84. Abundances in Damped Lya Galaxies
P. Molaro

85. Metallicities and Kinematics for Dwarf Spheroidals in the Local Group
G. Battaglia, E. Tolstoy, A. Helmi, M. Irwin

86. Chemical Analysis of Extragalactic Carbon Stars
P. de Laverny, C. Abia, I. Domínguez, B. Plez, O. Straniero

87. Should Chemical Abundance Distributions of Satellites Look Like Their Stellar Halos?
A.S. Font, J.S. Bullock, K.V. Johnston

88. Germanium in Damped Lyman-a Systems and Copper Connection
R. Gallino, M. Pignatari, S. Bisterzo, J.X. Prochaska, Y. Fenner, A. Heger, S.E. Woosley

89. VLT/UVES Abundances of Individual Stars in the Fornax Dwarf Spheroidal Globular Clusters
B. Letarte, V. Hill, P. Jablonka, E. Tolstoy

90. Chemical Abundances of RGB-Tip Stars in the Sagittarius Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy
L. Monaco

91. Photometry and Spectroscopy of Bright Stars in the Carina dSph Galaxy
M. Monelli, G. Bono, M. Nonino, C.R. James, P. François, S. Moehler, R. Buonanno, G. Nevils, A. Recio-Blanco, H.A. Smith, P.B. Stetson, F. Thévenin, A.R. Walker

V. Abundances in the Spheroidal Component

92. Rotation and Internal Gravity Waves in Low-Mass Stars
C. Charbonnel

93. Helioseismic Evidence for Mixing in the Sun
S. Basu

94. Clarifying Problems in the Description of Pre Main Sequence Evolution
F. D’Antona, J. Montalbán

95. Pinning Down Gravitational Settling
A.J. Korn, N. Piskunov, F. Grundahl, P. Barklem, B. Gustafsson

96. Extra-Mixing During the Red Giant Branch Evolution of Low-Mass Stars
A. Weiss

97. Rotation-Induced Mixing in Red Giant Stars
A. Palacios, C. Charbonnel, S. Talon, L. Siess

98. 3D Hydrodynamical Simulations of Convection in Red-Giants Stellar Atmospheres
R. Collet, M. Asplund, R. Trampedach

99. Rotational Mixing in Massive Stars and Its Many Consequences
A. Maeder, G. Meynet, R. Hirschi, S. Ekström

100. Massive Rotating Stars at Very Low Metallicity
G. Meynet, S. Ekström, A. Maeder

101. The r-Process Yields in Massive Stars
S. Wanajo, Y. Ishimaru, K. Nomoto, T.C. Beers

102. Inhomogeneous Enrichment of r-Process Elements in Our Galaxy
Y. Ishimaru, S. Wanajo, W. Aoki, S.G. Ryan, N. Prantzos

103. The Weak sr(p)–Process in Massive Stars
M. Pignatari, R. Gallino, A. Heger, S.E. Woosley, F. Käppeler

104. Nucleosynthesis in Low Mass Very Metal Poor AGB Stars
A. Serenelli

105. A New Class of Type Ia Supernovae Inferred from Abundance Patterns of Halo Stars and High-z Galaxies
T. Tsujimoto

106. The Influence of the Treatment of Convection on the AGB Stars Yields
P. Ventura, F. D’Antona

VI. Abundances in the Spheroidal Component

107. BBN and the Primordial Abundances
G. Steigman

108. The Cosmic Saga of 3He
D. Galli

109. First Epoch Observations of 3He with the Green Bank Telescope
T.M. Bania, R.T. Rood, D.S. Balser, C.Q. Campos

110. Li, Be, B and Cosmic Rays in the Galaxy
N. Prantzos

111. Abundance Ratios and the Formation of the Milky Way
C. Chiappini

112. Chemical and Photometric Evolution of NGC 6822 in a Cosmological Context
L. Carigi, P. Colín, M. Peimbert

113. The Chemical Evolution of Dwarf Spheroidals
F. Matteucci, G. Lanfranchi

114. Chemical Evolution of Late-Type Dwarfs
D. Romano, M. Tosi, F. Matteucci

115. N/O Abundance Ratios: Milky Way and DLAs
C. Chiappini, F. Matteucci, G. Meynet

116. The Effects of Pop III Stars on the Abundances of Spheroids
A. Pipino, F. Matteucci

117. Radio Recombination Line (RRL) Observations: Primordial Helium Determination and First Results at 408 MHz with the Croce del Nord Radiotelescope
A.P. Tsivilev, S. Cortiglioni, S. Poppi, S. Montebugnoli

118. Multipopulation Models for Galactic Star Formation and Chemical Evolution. Effects of Stochastic Accretion and Collisional Stripping (Especially for Deuterium)
G. Valle, S.N. Shore, D. Galli

119. Chemical Abundances in the Local Group: Where Are We Going Next?
G. Gilmore

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