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1 Jesus Falcon-Barroso (ed.) Secular evolution of galaxies: Collection of reviews from the lectures given during the XXIII Canary Islands Winter School of As 025265 2013 Book  
2 Francoise Combes (ed.) Galaxy evolution across the hubble time: Proceedings of the 235th symposium of the International Astronomical Union held in Prag 022005 2007 Book  
3 FUNES, JOSE G. (ED.) Galaxy disks and disk galaxies : Proceedings of a conference sponsored by The Vatican Observatory held at The Pontifical Gregori 018977 2001 Book  
4 Ray J. Weymann (ed.) Photometric redshifts and high redshift galaxies : Proc. of a workshop held at Carnegie Observatories, Pasadena, California, USA 016539 1999 Book  
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TitleSecular evolution of galaxies: Collection of reviews from the lectures given during the XXIII Canary Islands Winter School of Astrophysics held in November 2011 in the city of Puerto de la Cruz, Spain
Author(s)Jesus Falcon-Barroso (ed.);John H. Knapen (ed.)
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Descriptionxvii, 638p.
Series(Canary Islands Winter School of Astrophysics)
Abstract NoteThe formation and evolution of galaxies is one of the most important topics in modern astrophysics. Secular evolution refers to the relatively slow dynamical evolution due to internal processes induced by a galaxy's spiral arms, bars, galactic winds, black holes and dark matter haloes. It plays an important role in the evolution of spiral galaxies with major consequences for galactic bulges, the transfer of angular momentum, and the distribution of a galaxy's constituent stars, gas and dust. This internal evolution is in turn the key to understanding and testing cosmological models of galaxy formation and evolution. Based on the twenty-third Winter School of the Canary Islands Institute of Astrophysics, this volume presents reviews from nine world-renowned experts on the observational and theoretical research into secular processes, and what these processes can tell us about the structure and formation of galaxies. The volume provides a firm grounding for graduate students and early career researchers working on galactic dynamics and galaxy evolution.
ISBN,Price9781107035270 : US $125.00(HB)
Classification524.64-52(069)
Keyword(s)1. DISK GALAXY EVOLUTION - PROC. 2. GALAXY EVOLUTION - PROC. 3. GALAXY MORPHOLOGY - PROC. 4. STAR FORMATION - PROC. 5. STELLAR POPULATIONS - PROC.
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TitleGalaxy evolution across the hubble time: Proceedings of the 235th symposium of the International Astronomical Union held in Prague, Czech Republic August 14 - 17, 2006
Author(s)Francoise Combes (ed.);Jan Palous (ed.)
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Descriptionxxii, 448p.
Series(IAU Symposium)
ISBN,Price9780521863445(HB)
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. EARLY UNIVERSE - PROC. 2. GALAXY EVOLUTION - PROC. 3. GALAXY FORMATION - PROC. 4. GALAXY MORPHOLOGY - PROC. 5. IAU SYMPOSIUM; 235 6. STAR FORMATION - PROC.
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TitleGalaxy disks and disk galaxies : Proceedings of a conference sponsored by The Vatican Observatory held at The Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, Italy 12 - 16 June 2000
Author(s)Jose G. Funes (ed.);Enrico Maria Corsini (ed.)
PublicationCalifornia, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2001.
Descriptionxxxiii, 671p.
Series(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series; 230)
Contents NoteThe conference covered topics regarding the structure, formation and evolution of galaxies with disks. Particular attention was dedicated to the stellar and gaseous disk of the Milky Way, the global characteristics of galaxy disks, their structure, morphology and dynamics, the gaseous components, star formation, and chemical evolution, the interactions, accretion, mergers and starbursts, the dark and luminous matter, the establishment of the scaling laws and the formation and evolution of disk galaxies from a theoretical and observational point of view.
ISBN,Price1583810633 : US $ 57.00
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. ASPCS; 230 2. CHEMICAL EVOLUTION - GALAXY - PROC. 3. DARK MATTER - PROC. 4. DISK GALAXIES - PROC. 5. GALAXY - PROC. 6. GALAXY DYNAMICS - PROC. 7. GALAXY EVOLUTION - PROC. 8. GALAXY FORMATION - PROC. 9. GALAXY MORPHOLOGY - PROC. 10. GALAXY STRUCTURE - PROC. 11. LUMINOUS MATTER - PROC. 12. MILKY WAY - PROC. 13. STAR FORMATION - PROC. 14. STARBURSTS - PROC. 15. STELLAR DISK - PROC.
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TitlePhotometric redshifts and high redshift galaxies : Proc. of a workshop held at Carnegie Observatories, Pasadena, California, USA on 28-30 April, 1999
Author(s)Ray J. Weymann (ed.);Lisa J. Storrie-Lombardi (ed.);Marcin Sawicki (ed.)
PublicationCalifornia, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 1999.
Descriptionxxiv, 376p.
Series(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series)
ISBN,Price1-58381-017-X
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. ASPCS; 191 2. BROAD BAND PHOTOMETRY - PROC. 3. GALAXY CLUSTERING - PROC. 4. GALAXY EVOLUTION - PROC. 5. GALAXY MORPHOLOGY - PROC. 6. HIGH REDSHIFT GALAXIES - PROC. 7. PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFT TECHNIQUES - PROC.
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