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Gary J. Ferland

Address: Department of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506, email: gary@cloud9.pa.uky.edu
Citizenship: United States of America
Education: B. S. (1973) Physics, The University of Texas at Austin, Ph.D. (1978) Astronomy, The University of Texas at Austin
Professional Experience: 1992-present, Professor, The University of Kentucky, 1985-1992 Associate, Full Professor, The Ohio State University, 1980-1985 Assistant, Associate Professor, The University of Kentucky, 1978-1980 Research Associate, Cambridge University
Visiting Positions: 1987, 1992 Senior Visiting Fellow, Cambridge University, 1990 Visiting Fellow, Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics, 1992-1993, Visiting Astronomer, Cerro Tololo Interamerican Observatory, 1998-1999, Visiting Professor, University of Toronto
Professional Societies: American Astronomical Society, Royal Astronomical Society, International Astronomical Union, Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Research Fields: Active Galactic Nuclei, Chemical Evolution, Quantitative Spectroscopy, Numerical Simulations of Nebulae, Cloudy, the Origin of the Elements

Refereed Publications
2000 Feb 7

1. A Survey for Small-Amplitude Variability Among Population II Stars, 1976, R.S. McMillan, M. Breger, G.J. Ferland and G. Loumos, PASP, 88, 495-509

2. Photoelectric Measurements of Lunar Occultations, VIII, 1976, J. Africano, D.S. Evans, F.C. Fekel, and G.J. Ferland, AJ 81, 650-658

3. Continuum Variability in Nova Cygni 1975, 1976, G.J. Ferland, J. Tomkin and J. Woodman, Nature, 264, 627-629
4. The Surface Distribution of Balmer Emission on YY Geminorum, 1977, G.J. Ferland and B.W. Bopp, PASP 88, 451-453

5. Spectroscopic Observations of Nova Cygni 1975; Detection of the Diffuse Enhanced Spectrum, 1977, G.J. Ferland, ApJ 212, L21-L24

6. The Interstellar Reddening and Distance of Nova Cygni 1975 (V1500 Cygni), 1977, G.J. Ferland, ApJ 215, 873-876

7. Periodicities and Rapid Line Variability in Nova V1500 Cygni 1975, 1977, P.J. Young, E.L. Robinson, J. Africano, G.J. Ferland, and J. Woodman, PASP, 89, 37-43

8. A Search for Weak Interstellar Lines, 1977, G.J. Ferland, PASP 89, 271-273

9. Ca II Emission Variability in BY Draconis, 1977, B.W. Bopp, and G.J. Ferland, PASP 89, 69-70

10. Nova Shells: Matter-Bound or Radiation-Bound?, 1977, G.J. Ferland, Nature 267, 597-599

11. Variations of the Hb-Emission Line During a Large Flare on UV Ceti, 1977, T.J. Moffett, D.S. Evans, and G.J. Ferland, MNRAS. 178, 149-157

12. The Shell Phase in Nova Cygni (1975), 1977, G.J. Ferland and H.A. Wootten, ApJ 214, L27-L31

13. Spectroscopic Observations of Nova Cygni 1975: The Coronal Line Phase, 1977, G.J. Ferland, D.L. Lambert, and J.H. Woodman, ApJ 213, 132-137

14. The Helium Abundance of Ejecta from V1500 Cygni (Nova Cygni 1975), 1978, G.J. Ferland, ApJ 219, 589-594

15. Fine Structure Lines and the 10 micron Excess of Nova Cygni 1975, 1978, G.J. Ferland and G.A. Shields, ApJ 224, L15-L18

16. Origin of The Coronal Line Emission from Novae, 1978, G.A. Shields and G.J. Ferland, ApJ 225, 950-953

17. Heavy Element Abundances of Nova Cygni 1975, 1978, G.J. Ferland and G.A. Shields, ApJ 226, 172-185

18. Carbon Monoxide Emission and the h Carinae Stage of Nova NQ Vulpeculae, 1979, G.J. Ferland, D.L. Lambert, H. Netzer, D.N.B. Hall, and S.T. Ridgway, ApJ 227, 489-496

19. Application of Line Transfer Calculations to Active Nuclei and Novae, 1979, G.J. Ferland and H. Netzer, ApJ 229, 274-290

20. On the Rapid Emission-Line Variations in IC 4997, 1979, G.J. Ferland, MNRAS 188, 669-673

21. Helium Abundance in Ejecta from CP Lacertae and V446 Herculis, 1979, G.J. Ferland, ApJ 231, 781-788

22. Asymmetries of the Emission Lines of QSOs, Seyfert Galaxies, and Novae, 1979, G.J. Ferland, H. Netzer and G. A. Shields, ApJ 232, 382-358
23. Observations of 3C 390.3 with the International Ultraviolet Explorer, 1979, G.J. Ferland, M.J. Rees, M. S. Longair, and M.A.C. Perryman, MNRAS 187, 65-71p

24. Emission Line Variations of Nova V1500 Cygni and the Structure of the Central Object, 1980, G.J. Ferland, ApJ 236, 847-853

25. Far Ultraviolet Dust Opacity and Photoionization in Quasi-Stellar Objects, 1980, P.G. Martin and G.J. Ferland, ApJ 235, L125-L128

26. He I l584 in Quasars and Gaseous Nebulae, 1980, G.J. Ferland, MNRAS 191, 243-251

27. Absorption from Clouds in QSO Emission-Line Regions, 1980, R.F. Carswell and G.J. Ferland, MNRAS 191, 55-60

28. On the Carbon Composition of the Ejecta of DQ Herculis, 1980, G.J. Ferland and J.W. Truran, ApJ 240, 608-611

29. The Distance and Luminosity of Nova DQ Herculis, 1980, G.J. Ferland, Observatory 100, 166-167

30. Evidence for Highly Processed Material Ejected from Abell 30, 1980, C. Hazard, R. Terlevich, D.C. Morton, W.L.W. Sargent, and G.J. Ferland, Nature, 285, 463-464

31. Hydrogenic Emission and Recombination Coefficients for a Wide Range of Temperature and Wavelength, 1980, G.J. Ferland, PASP 92, 596-602

32. An X-Ray Model for the Nebula of Nova DQ Herculis 1934, 1981, G.J. Ferland and J. Truran, ApJ 244, 1022-1032

33. On Nitrogen Abundances of Planetary Nebulae, 1981, B.J.Wilkes, G.J. Ferland, D. Hanes, and J.W. Truran, MNRAS 197, 1-6

34. The C III] l1909 Effective Wavelength-Redshift Relationship in Quasars, 1981, G.J. Ferland, ApJ 249, 17-22

35. Radiatively Accelerated Nova Envelopes, 1981, G.J. Ferland and J.W. Younger, ApJ 251, L17-L20

36. Broad Line Region Clouds and the Absorbing Material in NGC 4151, 1982, G.J. Ferland and R.F. Mushotzky, ApJ 262, 564-577

37. Physical Conditions in the Accretion Disk of V603 Aquilae, 1982, G.J. Ferland, D.L. Lambert, M.L. McCall, G.A. Shields, and M.H. Slovak, ApJ 260, 794-806

38. The Mystery of the Missing Boundary Layer, 1982, G.J. Ferland, S.H. Langer, J. MacDonald, G.H. Pepper, G. Shaviv, and J.W. Truran, ApJ 262, L53-L58

39. Are there any Shock-Heated Galaxies?, 1983, G.J. Ferland and H. Netzer, ApJ 264, 105-113

40. Density Inhomogeneities and the Deduced Chemical Composition of Planetary Nebulae, 1983, J.S. Mihalszki and G.J. Ferland, PASP 95, 284-288

41. The [O II]-[S II] Spectra of Active Galactic Nuclei, 1983, J.S. Mihalszki and G.J. Ferland, MNRAS 205, 279-1286
42. Stimulated Emission and the Flat Balmer Decrements of Cataclysmic Variable Stars, 1983, M. Elitzur, G.J. Ferland, W.G.Mathews, and G.A.Shields, ApJ 272, L55-L59

43. IUE Observations of DQ Herculis and its Nebula, and the Nature of the Cold Nova Shells, 1984, G.J. Ferland, R.E. Williams, D.L. Lambert, M.Slovak, J.W.Truran, G.A.Shields, and P.M. Gondhalekar, ApJ 281, 194-204

44. The Line-Continuum Luminosity Ratio in Active Galactic Nuclei, or on the Baldwin Effect, 1984, R.F. Mushotzky and G.J. Ferland, ApJ 278, 558-563

45. Theoretical Hydrogen-Line Ratios for the Narrow-Line Regions of Active Galactic Nuclei, 1984, C.M. Gaskell and G.J. Ferland, PASP 96, 393-397

46. Cosmic Rays and the Emission-Line Regions of Active Galactic Nuclei, 1984, G.J. Ferland and R.F. Mushotzky, ApJ 286, 42-52

47. Radiation Pressure and the Stability of Broad-Line Region Clouds, 1984, G.J. Ferland and M. Elitzur, ApJ 285, L11-L14

48. Some Comments on Models of Photoionized Nebulae, 1984, H. Netzer and G.J. Ferland, PASP 96, 593-597

49. The Hydrogen Line Spectra of Narrow-Line Radio Galaxies, 1985, G.J. Ferland and D.E. Osterbrock, ApJ 289, 105-108

50. Bowen Fluorescence and He II Lines in Active Galaxies and Gaseous Nebulae, 1985, H. Netzer, M. Elitzur, and G.J. Ferland, ApJ 299, 752-762

51. Spectroscopic Observations of Nova Cygni 1975: The Coronal Line Region Revisited, 1986, G.J. Ferland, D.L. Lambert and J.H. Woodman, ApJS 60, 375-392

52. IUE Spectra and a Resulting Model of Seyfert 2 Galaxies, 1986, G.J. Ferland and D.E.Osterbrock, ApJ 300, 658-668

53. Radiation Pressure and Emission-Line Clouds Around Active Galactic Nuclei, M. Elitzur and G.J. Ferland, 1986, ApJ 305, 35-44

54. On Photoproduction of Ultraviolet Emission Lines, 1986, G.J. Ferland, PASP 98, 549-551

55. Collisional Effects in the Helium Triplets and the Primordial Helium Abundance, 1986, G.J. Ferland, ApJ 310, L67-L70

56. An Accretion Event in the Seyfert Galaxy NGC 5548?, 1986, B.M. Peterson and G.J. Ferland, Nature 324, 345-347

57. The Ultraviolet and Optical Emission-Line Spectrum of III Zw 77, 1987, G.J. Ferland and D.E. Osterbrock, ApJ 318, 145-160

58. What Heats the Hot Phase in Active Galaxies?, 1987, W.G. Mathews and G.J. Ferland, ApJ 323, 456-467

59. Photoerosion of Nuclei in Quasar Broad-Line Regions, 1987, by R.N. Boyd and G.J. Ferland, ApJ 318, L21-L24

60. Hydrogen Emissivity in Realistic Nebulae; The Effects of Velocity Fields and Internal Dust, 1988, by S.A. Cota and G.J. Ferland, ApJ 326, 889-898

61. Radiative Equilibrium of High-density Clouds, with Application to Active Galactic Nuclei Continua, 1988, by G.J. Ferland and M.J. Rees, ApJ 332, 141-156

62. Implications of Lyman Continuum Observations of Quasars, 1988, by R.F. Carswell and G.J. Ferland, MNRAS 235, 1121-1128

63. Photoerosion and the Abundances of the Light Elements, 1989, by R.N. Boyd, G.J. Ferland, and D.N. Schramm, ApJ 336, L1-L4

64. The Origin of Coronal Lines in Seyfert Galaxies, 1989, by K.T. Korista and G.J. Ferland, ApJ 343, 678-685

65. Implications of Ca II Emission for Physical Conditions in the Broad-Line Region of Active Galactic Nuclei, 1989, by G.J. Ferland and S.E. Persson, ApJ 347, 656-673

66. Small Dense Broad-Line Regions in Active Nuclei, 1989, by M.J. Rees, H. Netzer, and G.J. Ferland, ApJ 347, 640-655

67. Optically Thin Thermal Emission as the Origin of the Big Bump in AGN Spectra, 1990, by G.J. Ferland, K.T. Korista, and B.M. Peterson, ApJ 363, L21-L25

68. NGC 6302: Ionized by a Very Hot Star, or by a Wind?, 1991, by N.J. Lame and G.J. Ferland, ApJ 367, 208-212

69. Physical Conditions in the Orion Nebula, and an Assessment of its Helium Abundance, 1991, by J.A. Baldwin, G.J. Ferland, P.G. Martin, M. Corbin, S. Cota, B. Peterson, and A. Slettebak, ApJ 374, 580-609

70. PW Vul: A Nova with Nearly Solar Abundances, 1991, by Pedro Saizar, Sumer Starrfield, Gary J. Ferland, R. Mark Wagner, J.W. Truran, S.J. Kenyon, W.M. Sparks, and R.E. Williams, ApJ 367, 310-320

71. The Effect of Telluric Absorption on the Intensity of He I l10830, 1991, by J. Kingdon and G.J. Ferland, PASP. 103, 752-758

72. The [NeIII]-[OII] Spectrum as a Ionization Indicator in Nebulae, 1991, by B. Ali, R.D. Blum, T.E. Bumgardner, S.R. Cranmer, G.J. Ferland, R.I. Haefner, and G.P. Tiede, PASP 103, 1182-1186

73. Anisotropic Line Emission and the Geometry of the Broad-Line Region in Active Galactic Nuclei, 1992, by G.J. Ferland, B.M. Peterson, K. Horne, W. F. Welsh, and S. N. Nahar, 1992, ApJ 387, 95-108

74. A Multiwavelength Study of Nova QU Vul 1984, 1992, by Pedro Saizar, Sumer Starrfield, Gary J. Ferland, R. Mark Wagner, James.W. Truran, Scott.J. Kenyon, Warren.M. Sparks, Robery.E. Williams, and L.L.. Stryker, ApJ 398, 651-664

75. NIII Line Emission in Planetary Nebulae: Continuum Fluorescense, 1992, by G. J. Ferland, ApJ, 389, L63-65

76. The Age and Chemical Evolution of High Redshift QSOs, 1992, by Fred Hamann and Gary J. Ferland, ApJ, 391, L53-57

77. Implications of Lyman- Equivalent Widths in Active Galactic Nuclei, 1993, by Joseph C. Shields and Gary J. Ferland, ApJ, 402, 425-431

78. Continuous Absorption of HeI 10830 in Planetary Nebulae, 1993, by J. Kingdon, and G. J. Ferland, ApJ, 403, 211-215

79. A Masing [Fe XI] Line, 1993, by G. J. Ferland, ApJS, 88, 49-52

80. The Narrow Line Region of High Luminosity AGNs, 1993, by B.J. Wills, D. Wills, H. Netzer, M. Brotherton, M. Han, J. Baldwin, G. Ferland, and I. Browne, ApJ 410, 534-542

81. The Chemical Evolution of QSOs and the Implications for Cosmology and Galaxy Formation, 1993, by Fred Hamann and Gary Ferland, ApJ 418, 11-27

82. The Optical-Ultraviolet g-Ray Spectrum of 3C 279, 1993, by H. Netzer, D. Kazanas, B. Wills, D. WIlls, M. Han, M. Brotherton, J. Baldwin, G. J. Ferland, and I. Browne, ApJ 430, 191-195

83. The Physical Conditions Within Dense Cold Clouds in Cooling Flows, 1994, by G. J. Ferland, A. C. Fabian, and R.M. Johnstone, MNRAS 266, 399-411

84. Hot gas and the origin of the nebular continuum in novae, 1994, by P. Saizar, and G. J. Ferland, ApJ 425, 755-766

85. Nebular Properties and the Ionizing Radiation Field in the Galactic Center, 1994, by J. C. Shields, and G. J. Ferland, ApJ430, 236-261

86. The Origin of NIII l990 and CIII l977 Emission in AGN Narrow Line Region Gas, 1995, by J.W. Ferguson, G.J. Ferland, and A.K. Pradhan, ApJ 438, L55-L58

87. Grains in Ionized Nebulae: Spectral Line Diagnostics, 1995, by J. Kingdon, G. J. Ferland, and W.A. Feibelman, ApJ 439, 793-799

88. Optically Thin Broad-Line Clouds in Active Galactic Nuclei, 1995,by J.C. Shields, G.J. Ferland and B.M. Peterson, ApJ 441, 507-520

89. Collisional Effects in He I: An Observational Analysis, 1995, by J. Kingdon, and G. J. Ferland, ApJ 442, 714-725

90. The HST Sample of Radio-loud Quasars Ultraviolet Spectra of the First 31 Quasars, 1995, by B. J. Wills, K.L. Thompson, M. Han, H. Netzer, D. Wills, J. Baldwin, G. Ferland, I. Browne, and M. Brotherton, ApJ 447, 139-158

91. The HST Sample of Radio-loud Quasars The La/Hb Ratio, 1995, by H. Netzer, M. Brotherton, B. Wills, M. Han, D. Wills, J. Baldwin, G. Ferland, and I. Browne, ApJ 448, 27-40

92. Temperature Fluctuations in Photoionized nebulae, 1995, by J.B. Kingdon and G.J. Ferland, ApJ 450, 691-704

93. Broad Ne VIII l774 Emission from the Quasar PG 1148+549, 1995, by Fred Hamann, Joseph C. Shields, Gary J. Ferland, and Kirk T. Korista, ApJ 454, 688-697

94. Locally Optimally-emitting Clouds and the Origin of Quasar Emission Lines, 1995, by Jack Baldwin, Gary Ferland, Kirk Korista, and Dima Verner, ApJ 455, L119-122

95. The Geometry and Kinematics of the Broad-Line Region in NGC 5548 from HST and IUE Observations, by I. Wanders, M. Goad, K. Korista, B. Peterson, K Horne, G. Ferland, A. Koratkar, R. Pogge, and J. Shields, 1995, ApJ 453, L87-L90

96. The Chemical Enrichment of Gas in BALQSOs: Rapid Star Formation in the Early History of Galaxies, 1996, by Kirk Korista, Fred Hamann, Jason Ferguson, and Gary Ferland, ApJ 461, 641-656

97. Atomic data for astrophysics. I. Radiative recombination rates for H-like, He-like, Li-like, and Na-like ions over a broad range of temperature, by D. A. Verner, and G. Ferland, 1996, ApJS 103, 467-473

98. Very High Density Clumps and Outflowing Winds in QSO Broad-Lined Regions , by J. A. Baldwin, G. J. Ferland, K. T. Korista, R.F. Carswell, F. Hamann, M. M. Phillips, D. Verner, Belinda J. Wilkes, and R. E. Williams, 1996, ApJ 461, 664-682

99. High Metal Enrichments in Luminous Quasars, by Gary J. Ferland, Jack A. Baldwin, Kirk T. Korista, Fred Hamann, R.F. Carswell, Mark Phillips, Belinda Wilkes, and Robert E. Williams, 1996, ApJ 461, 683-697

100. Atomic data for astrophysics. II. New analytic fits for photoionization cross sections of atoms and ions. Verner D. A., Ferland G. J., Korista K. T., and Yakovlev D. G., 1996, ApJ, 465, 487-498

101. Atomic data for resonance permitted lines of atoms and ions from H to Si, and S, Ar, Ca and Fe. Verner D. A., Verner E. M., and Ferland G. J., 1996, Atomic Data Nucl. Data Tables, 64, 1-181

102. Rate Coefficients for Charge Transfer Between Hydrogen and the First 30 Elements. 1996, Kingdon, J.B., and Ferland G. J., ApJS 106, 205- 211

103. Physical Conditions in the Low Ionization Regions of the Orion Nebula, by J. Baldwin, A. Crotts, R. Dufour, G. Ferland, S. Heathcote, J. Hester, K. Korista, P. Martin, C. O'Dell, R. Rubin, A. Tielens, D. Verner, E. Verner, D. Walter, and Z. Wen, 1996, ApJ 468, L115-L118

104. Theoretical He I Line Intensities in Gaseous Nebulae: NGC 1976, NGC 6572, and IC 4997, by J. B. Kingdon and G.J. Ferland, 1996, MNRAS 282, 723-725

105. [Fe IV] in the Orion Nebula, by R.H. Rubin, R.J. Dufour, G.J. Ferland, P.G. Martin, C.R. O'Dell, J.A. Baldwin, J.J. Hester, D.K. Walter, and Z. Wen, 1997, ApJ 474, L131-L134

106. An Atlas of Computed Equivalent Widths of Quasar Broad Emission Lines, by Kirk Korista, Jack Baldwin, Gary Ferland, and Dima Verner, 1997, ApJS 108, 401-415

107. Grains in Gaseous Nebulae II: Heavy Element Depletions by J. B. Kingdon and G.J. Ferland, 1997, ApJ 477, 732-737.

108. Accurate Hydrogen Spectral Simulations with a Compact Model Atom, by J. W. Ferguson and G. J. Ferland, 1997, ApJ 479, 363-370.

109. Charge Transfer between Hydrogen and Highly Ionized Species: Implications for ISO Observations, 1997, by G.J. Ferland, K.T. Korista, D.A. Verner, and A. Dalgarno, 1997, ApJ 481, L115-117

110. Physical Conditions of the Coronal Line Region in Seyfert Galaxies, by Jason W. Ferguson, Kirk. T. Korista, and Gary J. Ferland, 1997, ApJS 110, 287-297.

111. Locally Optimally-emitting Clouds and the Narrow Emission Lines in Seyfert Galaxies, by J.W. Ferguson, K.T. Korista, J.A. Baldwin, and G.J. Ferland, 1997, ApJ 487, 122-141

112. Do the Broad Emission Line Clouds See the Same Continuum that we see? By Kirk Korista, Gary Ferland and Jack Baldwin, 1997, ApJ 487, 555-559

113. The UV-Optical Albedo of Broad Emission Line Clouds in AGN, by Kirk Korista and Gary Ferland, 1998, ApJ 495, 672-679

114. Temperature Variations and the N/O in the Orion Nebula from HST Observations, by R.H. Rubin, P.G. Martin, R. J. Dufour, G.J Ferland, J. A. Baldwin, J.J. Hester, and D.K. Walter, 1998, ApJ 495, 891-904

115. Cloudy 90: Numerical Simulations of Plasmas and their Spectra, G. J. Ferland, K.T. Korista, D.A. Verner, J.W. Ferguson, J.B. Kingdon, & E.M. Verner, 1998, Publ. A.S.P., 110, 761-778

116. Luminosity indicators in dusty photoionized environments, by M. Bottorff, J. LaMothe, E. Momjian, E. Verner, D. Vinkovic', & G Ferland, 1998, Publ. A.S.P. 110, 1040-1045

117. Temperature Fluctuations in Photoionized Nebulae II: The Effect of Inhomogeneous Abundances, J.B. Kingdon & G.J. Ferland, 1998, ApJ 506, 323-328

118. Quasars as Cosmological Probes: The Ionizing Continuum, Gas Metallicity, and the Wl - L Relation, Kirk Korista, Jack Baldwin, & Gary Ferland, 1998, ApJ 507, 24-30

119. Numerical Simulations of FeII emission spectra, by E.M. Verner, D.A. Verner, K.T. Korista, J.W. Ferguson , F. Hamann, & G.J. Ferland, 1999, ApJS 120, 101-112

120. On HeI 2.06 umm emission from Nebulae by G. J. Ferland, 1999, ApJ 512 247-249

121. The PG X-Ray QSO Sample: Links between the Ultraviolet-X-Ray Continuum and Emission Lines, by B.J. Wills, A. Laor, M. Brotherton, D. Wills, B. Wilkes, G. Ferland, & Z Shang, ApJ 515L, 53-56

122. The Effects of Charge Transfer on the Thermal Equilibrium of Photoionized Nebulae, by J. Kingdon and Gary Ferland, ApJ 516, L107-109

123. Emission-line Helium Abundances in Highly Obscured Nebulae by Mary-Helen Armour, D.R. Ballantyne, G.J. Ferland, J. Karr, & P.G. Martin, 1999, PASP 111, 1251-1257

124. Hydrogen emission from Low Column Density Clouds: Case C, by G.J. Ferland, PASP 111, 1524-1528

125. HST/FOS spectroscopy of spatially resolved narrow line regions in the Seyfert 2 galaxies NGC 2110 and NGC 5929, by Pierre Ferruit, Andrew S Wilson, Mark Whittle, Chris Simpson, John Mulchaey, and Gary Ferland, 1999, ApJ 523, 147-162

126. The collision strength of the [Ne V] infrared fine structure lines, by P.A.M. van Hoof, D.A. Beintema, D.A. Verner & G.J. Ferland, A&A in press

127. The Primordial Helium Abundance:  Towards Understanding and Removing the Cosmic Scatter in the dY/dZ Relation, by David Ballantyne, Gary Ferland, and Peter Martin, 2000,  ApJ in press

128. High Resolution Spectroscopy of Faint Emission Lines in the Orion Nebula, by J.A. Baldwin, E.M. Verner, D.A. Verner, G.J. Ferland, P.G. Martin, K.T. Korista, & R,H, Rubin, 2000, ApJ

129. Properties of Dust Grains in Planetary Nebulae - I. The Ionized Region of NGC 6445, by P.A.M. van Hoof, G.C. Van de Steene, D.A. Beintema, P.G. Martin, S.R. Pottasch, G, J, Ferland, ApJ in press

130. Magnetic confinement, MHD waves, and smooth line profiles in AGN, by M. Bottorff & Gary Ferland, MNRAS in press

131. Physical conditions within dense cold clouds in cooling flows II, by G.J. Ferland, A.C. Fabian, & R.M. Johnstone, 2000, MNRAS submitted

INVITED REVIEWS, BOOK CHAPTERS

132. The Broad Line Region of Active Galactic Nuclei, 13th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, 1987, (Ed: M.P. Ulmer); (World Scientific Publ: Singapore).

133. Active Galactic Nuclei: Quasars:, 1987, P.M. Gondhalekar and G.J. Ferland, Exploring the Universe with the IUE Satellite, pp 671-683, (Y. Kondo, Editor in Chief), (Reidel: Dordrecht).

134. The Theory of Emission Line Regions in Active Galactic Nuclei, 1985, G.J. Ferland and G.A. Shields, in Astrophysics of Active Galaxies and Quasi-stellar Objects, (J.S.Miller, Ed.), University Science Books.

135. Quasar Emission Line Regions: the Standard Model, 1987, in "Emission Lines in Active Galactic Nuclei, ed P.M. Gondhalekar (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory: RAL 87-109), p 107-115.

136. On Narrow-Line Region Contribution to Broad Quasar Emission Lines, 1986, G.J. Ferland, in Workshop on Model Nebulae, Publication de l'Observatoire de Paris, 319-325, ed D.Pequignot.

137. The Challenge of Accurate Helium Abundances, 1992, in Elements and the Cosmos, (M. Edmunds and R. Terlevich, editors), (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge), pp 177-187.

138. The BLR Today, 1991, in Newsletter on Analysis of Astronomical Spectra, Collaborative Computational Project No 7, Number 7, p 23-27.

139. Reprocessing and the Nature of the Blue Light in AGN, Heidelberg Conference on Physics of Active Galactic Nuclei.

140. The Nature of the Continuum in AGN, The 2nd Annual October Astrophysics Conference in Maryland (October 1991).

141. High Metallicities in QSOs, by G.J. Ferland and F. Hamann, 1992, Cambridge Meeting on AGNs, CUP in press.

142. The Chemical Evolution of QSO's, by F. Hamann and G.J. Ferland, 1992, Cambridge Meeting on AGNs, CUP in press.

143. Grains and the Origin of NLR Gas, by G.J. Ferland, 1993, in The Nearest Active Galaxies, (J. Beckman, L. Colina, and H. Netzer, Coordinadores) Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas) pp 75-82.

144. Advances in Numerical Simulations of Nebulae, by G.J. Ferland, 1993, pp 123-130, Planetary Nebulae, IAU 155, R Weinberger and A. Acker, eds.

145. Quasars, the Birth of Galaxies, by F. Hamann and G.J. Ferland, 1993, Séptima Reunión Regional Latinoamericana de Astronomía, Rev. Mex. Ast Ap 26, 53-63.

146. The Metallicity-Luminosity Correlation in Quasars, in "Violent Star Formation from 30 Doradus to QSOs", La Palma, Spain.

147. Photoionization Analysis of Emission Lines of Active Galaxies, in Indo-US Workshop on AGN and Quasars.

148. The Lexington Benchmarks for Numerical Simulations of Nebulae, by G. Ferland, L. Binette, M. Contini, J. Harrington, T. Kallman, H. Netzer, D. Pequignot, J. Raymond, R. Rubin, G. Shields, R. Sutherland, and S. Viegas, in The Analysis of Emission Lines, Space Telescope Science institute Symposium Series, R. Williams and M. Livio, editors (Cambridge University Press).

149. Quantitative Spectroscopy Of Starburst And Quasar Emission Line Regions, Ferland, G.J, Ferguson, J., Korista, K., Verner, D., and Verner, E., 1997, Rev Mex AA 6, 180-184

150. Numerical Simulations of Plasmas and their Spectra, by G.J. Ferland, K.T. Korista, and D.A. Verner, 1997, in Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems VI, ASP Converence Series Vol 125, editors Gareth Hunt and H.E. Payne.

151. Systematic effects, unseen phases, and uncounted masses in nova ejecta, by Gary J. Ferland, 1998, pp 165-171, in Wild Stars in the Old West: Proceedings of the 13th North American Workshop on Cataclysmic Variables and Related Objects, S. Howell, E. Kuulkers, and C. Woodward, eds (ASP Conference Series Vol 137

152. Numerical simulations of the emission-line regions of quasars, 1998, 2nd Oak Ridge Symposium on Atomic and Nuclear Astrophsycs,  in "stellar evolution, stellar explosions, and galactic chemical evolution, A Mezzacappa, ed (IOP Publishing), pp 223-232

153. Quasars, the early universe, and plasma simulations, by Gary J. Ferland & Dmitri A. Verner, 1998, Atomic Processes in Plasmas, AIP Conference Proceedings 443, pp 163-172

154. Elemental Abundances in QSOs: Star formation and galactic nuclear evolution at high redshifts, by Fred Hamann and Gary J. Ferland, Annual Reviews of Astronomy and Astrophysics, 1999, 37, 487-531

155. The spectrum of a single photoionized cloud, Gary Ferland, in Quasars and Cosmology, ASP Conf Series 162, pp 147-163
156. Physical Conditions in the Orion HII Region, 1997 Ringberg Meeting, in press

INTERNAL REPORTS

157. HAZY, a Brief Introduction to Cloudy, by G. J. Ferland, University of Kentucky Physics and Astronomy Department Internal Report, 513 pages.

BOOKS EDITED

158. Quasars and Cosmology, ASP Conference Series vol 162, 1999, edited by Gary Ferland and Jack Baldwin, 490 pages

CONTRIBUTED PAPERS

159. Photoelectric Differential Photometry of the Contact Binary AW UMa, 1976, G.J. Ferland and R.S. McMillan, Inf. Bull. Var. Stars 1176.
160. Spectra of Symbiotic Stars, 1983, H. Netzer, E.M. Leibowitz, and G.J. Ferland, in Cataclysmic Raviables and Related Objects, IAU 72nd Symposium, Haifa, Israel, M. Livio and G. Shaviv, eds, Reidel, p35-40.
161. Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of Old Novae and Symbiotic Stars, 1980, D.L. Lambert, M. Slovak, G.A.Shields and G.J. Ferland, in First Two Years of IUE 461-467.
162. Calcium Infrared Triplet Emission in AGN, by S.E. Persson and G.J. Ferland, in Active Galactic Nuclei, D.E. Osterbrock and J.S. Miller (eds) pages 293--295.
163. The Origin of Coronal Lines in Seyfert Galaxies, by K.T. Korista and G.J. Ferland, in Active Galactic Nuclei, D.E. Osterbrock and J.S. Miller (eds) pages 320.
164. PW Vul: A Nova with Nearly Solar Abundances , by Pedro Saizar, Sumer Starrfield, Gary J. Ferland, R. Mark Wagner, J.W. Truran, S.J. Kenyon, W.M. Sparks, R.E. Williams, R. Wade, and R. Gehrz, In Evolution in Astrophysics, ed. E. Rolfe (ESA SP-310), p 435.
165. Late Stages in the Evolution of Classical Novae , by Sumer Starrfield, J. Krautter, G. Sonneborn, S. Shore, R. Mark Wagner, S. Austin, Pedro Saizar, Gary J. Ferland, R. Wade, R. Gehrz, J.W. Truran, W.M. Sparks, G. Shaviv, R.E. Williams, In Evolution in Astrophysics, ed. E. Rolfe (ESA SP-310), p 451.
166. Multiwavelength Studies of Classical Nova Shells, by P. Saizar, G.J. Ferland, R.M. Wagner, S. Starrfield, L. Stryker, W.M. Sparks, R.E., Williams, J. Truran, and S.J. Kenyon, BAAS 23, 1463.
167. Opacity Project Photoabsorption Data and Photoionization Simulations, by G.J. Ferland and A.K. Pradhan, BAAS 23, 1472.
168. The Coronal Line Region of Nova QU Vul 1984, by P. Saizar, G.J. Ferland, S. Starrfield, L. Stryker, W. Sparks, R. Williams, J Truran, and S. Kenyon, BAAS 24, 772.
169. The Chemistry of QSO's and the Implications for Cosmology, by F. Hamann and G.J. Ferland, BAAS 24, 807.
170. Emission-Line Properties and the Ionizing Radiation Field in the Galactic Center, by J.C. Shields and G.J. Ferland, BAAS 24, 825.
171. FeII Line Emission from Stars and AGN, by F. Hamann, G.J. Ferland, and S. Johansson, BAAS (1993 Tempe meeting).
172. The Chemical Evolution of QSOs, by F. Hamann and G.J. Ferland, 1992 Cambridge Meeting on AGNs.
173. The Broad Line Region of Radio-Loud Quasars: New Hubble Space Telescope & Ground-Based Spectroscopy, by H. Han, B. Wills, M. Brotherton, D. Wills, J. Baldwin, H. Netzer, G. Ferland, and I Browne, 1993 Bul AAS 25, 792.
174. Implications of Nonlinear Line Response in Variable Seyfert Nuclei, by J.C. Shields, G. Ferland, and B.M. Peterson, 1993 Geneva IAU AGN Meeting.
175. A New GHRS Spectrum of the Orion Nebula, by D. Walter, R. Rubin, R. Dufour, C.O'Dell, J. Baldwin, G. Ferland, J. Hester, and P. Martin, 1994 HST summer Conference.
176. The Origin of NIII l990 and CIII l977 Emission in NGC 1068 by J. W. Ferguson, G. J. Ferland, 1995, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc 26, 1339.
177. HST - Ground-base Spectrophotometry of a Quasar Sample: Emission Line Profiles, Radio Emission, and Orientation? by B. Wills, M Brotherton, D. Wills, K. Thompson, H. Netzer, J Baldwin, G. Ferland, R. Carswell, and M Han, 1995, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc 26, 1340.
178. New Atomic Data for Astrophysics by D. Verner, G. Ferland, K. Korista, 1995, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc 26, 1371.
179. Grains in Ionized Nebulae: Spectral Line Diagnostics by J. Kingdon, G.J. Ferland, and W.A. Feibelman, 1995, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc 26, 1392.
180. HST Spectroscopy of the Orion Nebula by R.H. Rubin, G.J. Ferland, R.J. Dufour, D. Walter, C. O'Dell, J. Baldwin, J. Hester, and P.G. Martin, "Unsolved Problems of the Milky Way (IAU Symposiun No 169, The Hague, August 23-27, 1995), L. Blitz Editor.
181. HST FOS Spectroscopy of the Orion Nebula, by R.H. Rubin, D. Walter, R.J. Dufour, C. O'Dell, J. Baldwin, G.J. Ferland, J. Hester, and P.G. Martin, 1996, in The Analysis of Emission Lines, Poster Papers from the Symposium in Honor of the 70th Birthdays of D. E. Osterbrock and M. J. Seaton, p 66.
182. A GHRS Spectrum of the Orion Nebula, by D. Walter, R.H. Rubin, R.J. Dufour, C. O'Dell, J. Baldwin, G.J. Ferland, J. Hester, and P.G. Martin, 1996, in The Analysis of Emission Lines, Poster Papers from the Symposium in Honor of the 70th Birthdays of D. E. Osterbrock and M. J. Seaton, p 81.
183. From Ly a to the Hydrogen Balmer Lines: Quasi-Simultaneous HST-Ground-Based Spectrophotometry of a Quasar Sample, by B. Wills, J. Baldwin, D. Wills, H. Netzer, G. Ferland, I, Browne, M. Brotherton, R.F. Carswell, and H. Han, 1993 , 1996, in The Analysis of Emission Lines, Poster Papers from the Symposium in Honor of the 70th Birthdays of D. E. Osterbrock and M. J. Seaton, p 90.
184. Models of FeII emission in infrared and optical wavelength range. E. M. Verner, G. J. Ferland, K. T. Korista, D. A. Verner. 1995, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 27, 840.
185. Analytic fits for photoionization cross sections of atoms and ions., D. A. Verner, G. J. Ferland, K. T. Korista, D. G. Yakovlev. 1995, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 27, 859.
186. Metallicity of AGN Emission Line Regions - problems and pitfalls, G. J. Ferland, 1995, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 27, 871.
187. The Chemical Enrichment of Gas in BALQSOs: Rapid Star Formation in the Early History of Galaxies, K. Korista, F. Hamann, J. Ferguson, and G. J. Ferland, 1995, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 27, 872.
188. Fitting of atomic data for astrophysical applications, D. A. Verner, G. J. Ferland, K. T. Korista, E. M. Verner, and D. G. Yakovlev 1995, Meudon Meeting on Atomic Needs for Astrophysics
189. Locally Optimally Emitting Clouds and the Origin of Quasar Emission Lines, K.T. Korista, J. A. Baldwin, and G.J. Ferland, 1995, Bull Amer Astron Soc 27, 1410.
190. FeII Emission as a Probe in Radio Loud Quasars, K. L. Thompson, B.J. Wills, M.S. Brotherton, D. Wills, H. Netzer, J. Baldwin, R. Carswell, and G.J. Ferland, 1995, Bull Amer Astron Soc 27, 1411.
191. Effects of Extinction on Broad Band Spectra of HII Regions, G.J. Ferland, R.H. Rubin, P.G. Martin, R. Dufour, C. O'Dell, Z. Wen, J. Baldwin, J. Hester, and D. Walter, Bull Amer Astron Soc 27, 1439.
192. The N/O Abundance Ratio in the Orion Nebula from UV Lines, R.H. Rubin, G.J. Ferland, P.G. Martin, R. Dufour, C. O'Dell, Z. Wen, J. Baldwin, J. Hester, and D. Walter, Bull Amer Astron Soc 27, 1439
193. Locally Optimally Emitting Clouds and the Origin of Narrow Line Region Emission, by J.W. Ferguson, K.T. Korista, G.J. Ferland and D.A. Verner, Bull. Amer Astron Soc, 28, 825.
194. Locally Optimally Emitting Clouds and the Origin of AGN Broad Emission Lines, by K.T. Korista, J.A. Baldwin, G.J. Ferland D.A. Verner and J. W. Ferguson, Bull. Amer Astron Soc, 28, 825.
195. FeII Emission from the Orion Nebula, by E.M. Verner, G.J. Ferland, K.T. Korista, and D.A. Verner, Bull. Amer Astron Soc, 28, 833.
196. Quantitative Spectroscopy of High Redshift Quasars, by G. Ferland, J. Ferguson, K. Korista, D. Verner, and K. Verner, Bull. Amer Astron Soc, 28, 866.
197. Atomic Data for Permitted Resonance Lines, by D. A. Verner, E.M. Verner, and G.J. Ferland, Bull. Amer Astron Soc, 28, 907.
198. Extinction Corrections and the Decrement of the HeI Lines in the Orion Nebula, P.G. Martin, R.H. Rubin, G.J. Ferland, R. Dufour, C. O'Dell, J. Baldwin, J. Hester, and D. Walter, Bull Amer Astron Soc 28, 1416.
199. Physical Conditions of the Coronal Line Region in Seyfert Galaxies, J. Ferguson, K. Korista, and G. Ferland, Bull Amer Astron Soc 28, 1404
200. Can Quasars be used as Cosmological Candles? by K. Korista, G. Ferland, and J. Baldwin, Bull Amer Astron Soc 28, 1405
201. NGC 3393 - Broader(er) Lines in a Nearby Seyfert 2 Galaxy, by Andrew Cooke, Jack Baldwin, Gary ferland, Hagai Netzer, Bev Wills, and Andrew Wilson, 1997, proceedings of the ESO/IAS conference on "Quasar Hosts"
202. Te fluctuations and the N+/O+ in the Orion Nebula, by R.H. Rubin, R.J. Dufour, G.J. Ferland, P.G. Martin, Revista Mexicana 7, 34.
203. Off-nucleus HST/FOS spectra of the two Seyfert galaxies NGC 5929 and NGC 2110, by . Ferruit, P.; Wilson, A. S.; Mulchaey, J.; Ferland, G.; Whittle, M.; & Simpson, C, 1997, Bull Amer Astron Soc 191, 7801
204. Modeling quasar FeII emission spectra, 1997, E.M. Verner, G.J. Ferland, & D.A. Verner, 2nd Oak Ridge Symposium on Atomic and Nuclear Astrophsycs,  in "stellar evolution, stellar explosions, and galactic chemical evolution, A Mezzacappa, ed (IOP Publishing), pp 243-246
205. The PG X-Ray QSO Sample: Links among X-Ray, UV & Optical Spectra, 1999 by B.J. Wills, M.S. Brotherton, A. Laor, D. Wills, B. Wilkes, & G.J. Ferland, in Structure and Kinematics of Quasar Broad Line Regions, ASP conf Ser 175, pp 241-247
206. Magnetic Fields and conditions in cooling flow clouds, G.J. Ferland, A.C. Fabian, & R.M. Johnstone, Bull. Amer Ast Soc 30, 1303
207. The PG X-Ray QSO Sample: Ionizing continuum and properties of the fueling gas, by B.J. Wills, A. Laor, M.S. Brotherton, D. Wills, Z. Shang, B. Wilkes, & G.J. Ferland, Bull Amer Ast Soc 30, 1410
208. The XSPEC/Cloudy Connection - Plasma simulations of x-ray emission and absorption by Gary Ferland and Keith Arnaud, American Astronomical Society, HEAD Meeting #31, #33.14
209. Properties of the dust emission of the planetary nebula NGC 6445, 1999, van Hoof P.A.M., Van de Steene G.C., Beintema D.A., Martin P.G., Pottasch S.R., Ferland G.J, in `The Universe as seen by ISO', eds. Cox P., Kessler M.F., ESA Publication SP-427, Noordwijk, p.~417
210. FeII Emission from HII regions to Active Galactic Nuclei, 2000, E.M. Verner, J.A. Baldwin, G.J. Ferland, P.G. Martin, & D.A. Verner, 2000, AAS 195th meeting
211. MHD Waves, Magnetic Line Broadening, and Smooth Line Profiles, 2000, Mark Bottorff & Gary Ferland, AAS 19th meeting.
212. The current development of Cloudy, 2000, P.A.M. van Hoof, P.G. Martin, & G.J. Ferland, in Cosmic Evolution and Galaxy Formation: Structure, Interactions, and Feedback, ASP Conference series in press.

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