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In addition to my own work, the code I have developed has been used by others in their studies of emission-line objects. This is a partial list of such papers. To produce it I used the "Web of Science", an on-line version of the Science Citation Index, to find all papers that cite Hazy, not written by a member of the group in Lexington. This is likely to miss some papers because the Web of Science does not track conference proceedings such as the ASP series.

Today a bit more than a hundred refereed papers per year acknowledge using Cloudy in some way.

1985

1. High-Resolution Spectroscopy of Selected Absorption Lines Towards Quasi-Stellar Objects II. The Metal to Hydrogen Ratio in a “Metal-Free” Cloud Toward S5 0014 +81, by Chaffee, F.HY., Foltz, C.B., Roser, H., Weymann, R.J., and Latham, D.W., Ap.J. 292, 362.
2. Optical spectroscopy of two broad absorption line QSOs and implications for spherical-symmetric absorbing wind models, by J.E. Drew and A. Boksenberg, MNRAS 211, 813.
3. A radiative ionization and thermal equilibrium model for the wind from P Cygni, by J.E. Drew, MNRAS 217, 867.
4. The velocity fields and radio structures of the active galaxies NGC 5643 and NGC 7582, by S. Morris, M. Ward, M. Whittle, A. Wilson, and K. Taylor, MNRAS 216, 193.
5. The narrow line region of active galaxies III. Profile comparisons, by M. Whittle, MNRAS 216, 817.
6. Warmers: the missing link between Starburst and Seyfert galaxies, by R Terlevich and J Melnick, MNRAS 213, 841.

1986

7. Some implications of excess soft x-ray emission from Seyfert I galaxies, by Fabian, A.C., Guilbert, P.W., Arnaud, K., Shafer, R., Tennant, A., and Ward, M., MNRAS 218, 457.
8. On the Abundance of Metals and the Ionization State in Absorbing Clouds toward QSOs, by Chaffee, F.H., Foltz, C., Bechtold, J., and Weymann, R.J., Ap.J. 301, 116.

1987

9. High-resolution spectroscopy of the z=1.79 absorption-line system toward B2 1225 +317; Bechtold, J., Green, R.F., and York, D.G., 1987, Ap.J. 312, 50.
10. The integrated ultraviolet radiation field from QSOs; Bechtold, J., Weymann, R.J., Lin, Z., and Malkan, M.A., 1987, Ap.J. 315, 180.
11. A cooling flow around the quasar 3C 48; Fabian, A.C., Crawford, C.S., Johnstone, R.M., and Thomas, P.A., 1987, M.N.R.A.S. 228, 963.
12. The optical spectra of central galaxies in southern clusters; evidence for star formation; Johnstone, R.M., Fabian, A.C., and Nulsen, P.E.J., 1987, M.N.R.A.S., 224, 75.
13. A dynamical model for the narrow line region of Seyfert galaxies; Mobasher, B., and Raine, D.J., 1987, M.N.R.A.S. 228, 159.
14. X-Ray Spectra of PG Quasars. II. The X-Ray Ultraviolet Excess of PG 1211+143; Bechtold, J., Czerny, B., Elvis, M., Fabbiano, G., and Green, R.F., 1987, Ap.J. 314, 699.

1988

15. Physical conditions in H II galaxies; Campbell, A., 1988, Ap.J. 335, 644.
16. WHT spectroscopy of emission-line gas around two separatequasars at z=0.87;Fabian, A.C., Crawford, C.S., Johnstone, R.M., Allington-Smith, J.R., and Hewett, P.C., 1988, M.N.R.A.S. 235, 13p.
17. Extended emission-line gas in NGC 1275 and the central galaxy in A1795: evidence for a distributed rather than a central source of ionization; Johnstone, R.M., and Fabian, A.C., 1988, M.N.R.A.S. 233, 581.
18. On variability in the broad absorption line troughs of the QSO Q1246-057; Smith, L.J., and Penston, M.V., 1988, M.N.R.A.S. 235, 551.
19. Line Formation in the Hot Spot Region of Cataclysmic Variable Accretion Disks, Elitzur, M., Clarke, J.T., and Kallman, T.R., 1988, Ap.J. 324, 405.

1989

20. Variability of the broad absorption line in the QSO UM 232; Barlow, T.A., Junkkarinen, V.T., and Burbidge, E.M., 1989, Ap.J. 347, 674.
21. Spectroscopy of extended emission-line gas around quasars at 0.5 < z < 1; Crawford, C.S., and Fabian, A.C., 1989, 239, 219.
22. A2597: Another massive cooling flow; Crawford, C.S., Arnaud, K.A., Fabian, A.C., and Johnstone, R.M., 1989, M.N.R.A.S. 236, 277.
23. Evolution of Novae; an Optical Perspective; Martin, P.G., 1989, in Classical Novae, p 61, (Bode, M.F., and Evans, A., editors), John Wiley and sons.
24. Overview of Nova DQ Her 1934; Martin, P.G., 1989, in Classical Novae, p 93, (Bode, M.F., and Evans, A., editors), John Wiley and sons.
25. Broad emission lines in the dueling wind model of active galaxies; Mobrasher, B., and Raine, D.J., 1989, 237, 979.
26. QSO heavy element absorption systems and the nature of the metagalactic ionizing flux at high redshift; Steidel, C.C., and Sargent, W.L.W., 1989, Ap.J. (Letters) 343, L33.
27. Variable x-ray absorption in NGC 4151; Yaqoob, T., Warwick, R.S., and Pounds, K.A., 1989, M.N.R.A.S., 236, 153.
28. On the Metal Abundance of Low-Activey Galactic Nuclei, Bergmann, T.S., and Pastoriza, M.G., Ap.J. 347, 195.
29. Is there a Relationship between Optical Emission-Line Strengths and Continuum Shapes?, B.J. Wilkes, M. Elvis, and J. McDowell, in IAU Symp 134 Active Galactic Nuclei, D.E. Osterbrock and J.S. Miller, Editors, pp 187-188.

1990

30. The turn-over of the “big bump” in Fairall 9 and HS1700 +6416: a genuine difference between Seyfert galaxies and quasars? Clavel, J., and Santos-Lleo, M., 1990, Ast.Ap. 230, 3.
31. [SIII] emission and extinction in extragalactic HII regions; Kennicutt, R.C., and Pogge, R.W., 1990, A.J. 99, 61.
32. The variable x-ray absorption and soft x-ray excess of the QSO MR2251-178; Pan, H.C., Stewart, G.C., and Pounds, K.A., M.N.R.A.S. 242, 177.
33. The x-ray spectrum of MCG-6-30-15 and its temporal variability; Nandra, K., Pounds, K.A., and Stewart, G.C., 1990, M.N.R.A.S. 242, 660.
34. The Properties of Lyman Limit Absorbing Clouds at z=3; Physical Conditions in the Extended Gaseous Halos of High-Redshift Galaxies, by C.C. Steidel, Ap.J. Suppl. 74, 37.
35. The Stellar Population and Emitting Gas in the Inner 2-5 kpc for a sample of nine Seyfert 2 Galaxies, T.S. Bergmann, E. Bica, and M.G. Pastoriza, MNRAS 245, 749.
36. The Lyman Limit Absorption System in the Spectrum of PKS 2126-158: Heavy-Element Abundance at High Redshift, W.L.W. Sargent, C.C. Steidel, and A. Boksenberg, Ap.J. 351, 364.
37. A density gradient model for the HII galaxy I Zw 18; Alison Campbell, Ap.J. 362, 100.
38. The Lyman  Forest at 6 km s-1 Resolution, by Pettini, M., Hunstead, R.W., Smith, L.J., and Mar, D.P., MNRAS 246, 545.
39. Self-Irradiated Cooling Flow Condenstaions: The Source of the Optical Line Emission from Cooling Flows by Voit, C.M., and Donahue, M., Ap.J. (Letters) 360, L15.
40. The heavy element abundance in the z=2.076 absorption system towards the QSO 2206--199N by M. Rauch, R.F. Carswell, J.G. Robertson, P.A. Shaver, and J.K. Webb, MNRAS 242, 698.
41. A High-Redshift Extension of the Survey for CIV Absorption in the Spectra of QSO's; The Redshift Evolution of the Heavy Element Absorbers by C.C. Steidel, Ap.J. Suppl 72, 1.
42. Ultraviolet and Optical Variations in Active Galactic Nuclei: The Seyfert I Galaxy NGC 5548, by Wamsteker, W., et al. Ap.J. 354, 446.
43. Accretion disk chromospheres in active galaxies, by B. Mobasher and D.J. Raine, MNRAS 244, 652.
44. Extended emission-line gas around the quasars 3C 254 and 3C 309.1; very massive cooling flows; by Forbes, D.A., Crawford, C.S., Fabian, A.c., and Johnstone, R.M., MNRAS 244, 680.
45. On theSulfur and Nitrogen Abundances in the Nucleus of Seyfert 2 and Liner Galaxies, Storchi-Bergmann, T., and Pastoriza, M.G., Publ. A.S.P. 102, 1359.
46. IUE Observations of PG 1115+80: The HeI Gunn-Peterson Test and a Search for the Lensing Galaxy, T.M. Tripp, R.F. Green, and J. Bechtold, Ap.J. 364, L29.

1991

47. Implications of the ionizing continuum of 3C 263, Crawford, C.S., Fabian, A.C., George, I.M., and Naylor, T., MNRAS 248, 139.
48. Multiwavelength Observations of Nova LMC 1990 Number 2: The first Extragalactic Recurrent Nova, Shore, S.N., Sonneborn, G., Starrfield, S.G., Hamuy, M., Williams, R.E., Cassatella, A., and Drechsel, H., Ap.J. 370, 193.
49. A Photoionization Model for the Optical Line Emission from Cooling Flows, Donahue, M., and Voit, G.M., Ap.J. 381, 361.
50. Broad Na D Emission in QSOs and the Profile of HeI5876, K.L Thompson, Ap.J. 374, 496.
51. QSO Absorption Systems and the Origin of the Ionizing Background at High Redshift, P. Madau, Ap.J. Let 376, L33.
52. Abundance Analysis of Giant HII Regions in M51, A.I. Diaz, E. Terlevich, J. Vilchez, B. Pagel, and M. Edmunds, MNRAS 253, 245.
53. Multidirectional Views of the Active Nucleus of NGC 1068, J.S. Miller, R.W. Goodrich, and W.G. Mathews, Ap.J. 378, 47.
54. Imaging Spectrophotometry of the Ionized Gas in NGC 1068 II. Global Ionization of the Inner Disk, Jonathan Bland-Hawthorn, James Sokolowski, and Gerald Cecil, Ap.J. 375, 78.
55. Imaging Spectrophotometry of the Ionized Gas in NGC 1068 III. Anisotropic Excitation of the Large-Scle Disk by Scattering of Nuclear Continuum, James Sokolowski, Jonathan Bland-Hawthorn, and Gerald Cecil, Ap.J. 375, 78.
56. Photoionization of High-Latitude Gas in NGC 891, James Sokolowski and Jonathan Bland-Hawthorn, Publ.A.S.P. 103, 911.
57. Neutral Oxygen in Planetary Nebulae: Probing Radiative Transfer and Nebular Structure, M.G. Richer, M.L. McCall, and P.G. Martin, Ap.J. 377, 210.
58. High-Resolution Spectroscopy of Q1100 -264 Again, R.F. Carswell, K.M. Lanzetta, H.C. Parnell, and J.K. Webb, Ap.J. 371, 36.
59. H II Region Abundances: Model Oxygen Line Ratios, S.S. McGaugh, Ap.J. 380, 140.
60. Evolution of High-Redshift Lyman-Limit Absorption Systems, K.M. Lanzetta, Ap.J. 375, 1.
61. Outflows Driven by Cosmic-Ray Pressure in Broad Absorption Line QSOs, M.C. Begelman, M. de Kool, and M. Sikora, Ap.J. 382, 416.

1992

62. The ionization of the diffuse gas in NGC 891 and the decaying dark matter theory, R.-J. Dettmar and H. Shulz, Ast Ap 254, L25.
63. Far-Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Quasar UM 675 with the Faint Object Spectrograph on the Hubble Space Telescope, E.A. Beaver, et al. Ap.J 377, L1.
64. Emission-line nebulae around central cluster galaxies in cooling flows, Crawford, C.S., and Fabian, A.C., MNRAS 259, 265.
65. Extended optical emission around radio-loud quasars at z~1, Bremer, M.N.., Crawford, C.S., Fabian, A.C., and Johnstone, R.M., MNRAS 254, 614.
66. The Primordial Helium Abundance from Observations of Extragalactic H II Regions, B.E.J. Pagel, E.A. Simonson, R.J. Terlevich, and M.G. Edmunds, MNRAS 255, 325.
67. Heating of HII Regions with Application to the Galactic Center, P.R. Maloney, D.J. Hollenbach, and C.H. Townes, Ap.J. 401, 559.
68. Infrared Emission in Seyfert 2 Galaxies: Reprocessied Radiation from a Dusty Torus?, T. Storchi-Bergmann, J.S. Mulchaey, and A.S. Wilson, Ap.J. 395, L73.
69. The Ionization Cone, Obscured Nucleus and Gaseous Outflow in NGC 3281 - A Prototypical Seyfert 2 Galaxy?, T. Storchi-Bergmann, A.S. Wilson, and J.A. Baldwin, Ap.J. 396, 45.
70. The Starburst Model for Active Galactic Nuclei: The Broad Line Region as Supernova Remnants Evolving in a High Density Medium, R. Terlevich, G. Tenorio-Tagle, J. Franco, and Jorge Melnick, MNRAS 255, 713.
71. MgII Absorption in the Spectra of 103 QSOs: Implications for the Evolution of Gas in High-Redshift Galaxies, Charles C. Steidel and Wallace.L.W. Sargent, Ap.J. Sup 80, 1.
72. Models of Planetary Nebula Spectral Evolution, Kevin Volk, Ap.J. Sup 80, 347.
73. The Effects of Cluster Environment on the Chemical Evolution of Galaxies I: NGC 4303, R.B.C. Henry, B.E.J. Pagel, D.F. Lasseter, and G.L. Chincarini, MNRAS 258, 321.
74. Far-Ultraviolet Observations of the Crab Nebula using the Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope, W.P. Blair, Knox S. Long, O. Vancura, C.W. Bowers, S. Conger, A.F. Davidsen, G.A. Kriss, and R.B.C. Henry, Ap. J. 399, 611.
75. Infrared Line Diagnostics of Active Galactic Nuclei, L. Spinoglio and M.A. Malkan, Ap. J. 399, 504.
76. Infrared Fine-Structure Line Diagnostics of Shrouded Active Galactic Nuclei G. Mark Voit, Ap. J. 399, 495.
77. Bidimensional Spectroscopy of the Central KPC of NGC 4151, E. Mediavilla, S. Arribas, and J. Rasilla, Ap. J. 396, 517.
78. How Active is NGC 4258? J.A. Stüwe, H. Schulz, and H. Hühnermann, Ast. Ap. 261, 382.
79. Emission-Line Studies of Young Stars, II., the Herbig Ae/Be Stars, Fred Hamann and S.E. Persson, Ap. J. Sup 82, 285.
80. O-Star Photoionization Models of Liners with Weak [OI] 6300 Emission, A.V. Filippenko and R. Terevich, Ap. J. 397, L79.
81. Normal O Stars in Dense Media Generate Liners, J.C. Shields, Ap. J. 399, L27.
82. Low-Redshift Lyman-alpha Absorption Lines and the Dark Matter Halos of Disk Galaxies, Philip Maloney, Ap. J. 398, L89.
83. The O/C abundance ratio in absorbing gas clouds at high redshift, D. Reimers, S. Vogel, H. Hagen, D. Engels, D. Groote, W. Wamsteker, J. Clavel, and M. Rosa, Nature 360, 561.
84. Seyfert Galaxy Ultraviolet Emission Line Intensities and Variability: A Self-Consistent Photoionization Analysis Applied to Broad Line Emitting Gas in NGC 3783, A.P. Koratkar, and G.M. MacAlpine, Ap.J. 401, 110.
85. The Giant Outflow Cone in NGC 253, H. Schulz and G. Wegner, Astron Astrophys. 266, 167.

1993

86. He I absorption lines in high-redshift Lyman limit systems of the QSO HS 1700 +6416, D. Reimers and S. Vogel, Astron Astrophys, 276, L13.
87. Constraints for the shape of the UV background at z=2, S. Vogel, and D. Reimers, Astron Astrophys, 274, L5.
88. Refractory Element Depletion and the Determination of Abundances in H II Regions, R.B.C. Henry, MNRAS 261, 306.
89. Ar/S, C.C. Stevenson, M.L. McCall, and D.L. Welch, Ap J 408, 460.
90. An Analysis of the spectra of 3 Seyfert-1galaxies with strong CaII emission,E. van Groningen, Ast Ap. 272, 25.
91. The Influence of QSO Emission-Line Velocity Shifts on Estimates of the Intergalactic Background Intensity, B. R. Espey, Ap. J. 411, L59.
92. Response Functions as Diagnostics of the BLR in Active Galactic Nuclei, M.R. Goad, P.T. O'Brien, and P.M. Gondhalekar, MNRAS. 263, 149.
93. The Ionizing Radiation of Seyfert 2 Galactic Nuclei, Ho, L.C., Shields, J.C., and Filippenko, A.V., Ap.J. 410, 567.
94. Nova Herculis 1991: Thermonuclear Runaway on a Massive ONeMg White Dwarf, T. Matheson, Filippenko, A.V., and L. Ho, Ap.J. 418, L29.
95. A Reevaluation of the Excitation Machanism of Liners, Ho, L.C., Filippenko, A.V., and W.L.W. Sargent, Ap.J. 417, 63.
96. The ROSAT Spectrum of 3C 351: A Warm Absorber in an X-Ray 'Quiet' Quasar?,F. Fiore, M. Elvis, S, Mathur, B.J. Wilkes, and J.C. McDowell, Ap J 415, 129.
97. The ionization structure of Cygnus X-3; a massive iron-depleted companion?, N. Terasawa and H. Nakamura, MNRAS 265, L1.
98. The nitrogen to oxygen ratio in galaxies, and its implications for the origin of nitrogen, M.B. Vila-Costas and M.G. Edmunds, MNRAS 265, 199.
99. Infrared Coronal Emission Lines and the Possiility of Their Laser Emission in Seyfert Nuclei, M.A. Greenhouse, U. Feldman, H. Smith, M. Klapisch, A. Bhatia, and A. Bar-Shalom, Ap.J. Suppl., 88, 23.
100. The He I2.06 m/Br Ratio as a Nebular Diagnostic, J.C. Shields, Ap.J., 419, 181.
101. Calcium Depletion in Cooling-Flow Nebulae and the Origin of the Line-Emitting Gas, Megan Donahue and G. Mark Voit, Ap.J., 414, L17.
102. The Evidence for Anisotropy of the Ionizing Continuum of NGC 4151, Hartmut Schulz and Stefanie Komossa, Astron Astrophys. 278, 29.
103. On the Geometry, Covering Factor, and Scattering-Emission Properties of QSO Broad Absorption Line Regions, Fred Hamann, Kirk Korista, and Simon Morris, Ap.J. 415, 541.
104. K-band Spectroscopy of Be-star X-ray binaries, C. Everall, M.J. Coe, A.J. Norton, P. Roche, and S.J. Unger, MNRAS, 262, 57.
105. A ROSAT Observation of NGC 5548, K. Nandra, A.C. Fabian, I.M. George, G. Branduardi-Raymont, A. Lawrence, K.O. Mason, I.M. McHardy, K.A. Pounds, G.C. Stewart, M.J. Ward, and R.S. Warwick, MNRAS, 260, 504.
106. Optical and Near-IR Spectrophotometry of the Galaxy NGC 3310, M.G. Pastoriza, H. A. Dottori, E. Terlevich, R. Terlevich, A.I. Diaz, MNRAS, 260, 177.
107. Testing the Consistency of The Starburst Scenario for Active Galactic Nuclei, M.L.G. Vargas, A. Diaz, R. Terlevich, and, E. Terlevich, Astro SP SC, 205, 77.
108. The Ionizing Radiation Field in the Galactic Centre and the Nature of LINERS, Joesph C. Shields, Astro SP SC, 205, 13.
109. Low-Ionization Broad Absorption Lines in Quasars, G.M. Voit, R.J. Weymann, and K.T. Korista, ApJ, 413, 95.
110. The Circumnuclear Region of NGC 5728, S. Arribas, and E. Mediavilla, ApJ, 410,552.
111. NGC 6951: Circumnuclear Star Formation Around a Seyfert Nucleus, B. Boer, and H. Schulz, A&A, 277, 397
112. He2-90: A Southern Planetary Nebula with Low Metal Abundance, R.D.D. Costa, J.A. de Freitas Pacheco, W.J. Maciel, A&A, 276, 184.
113. Spatially Resolved Spectroscopy of WR Ring Nebulae IV. The Fundamental Parameters of the Central Stars, C. Esteban, L.J. Smith, J.M. Vilchez, R.E.S. Clegg, A&A, 272, 299.
114. Star and Cluster Formation in NGC 1275, H.B. Richer, D.R. Crabtree, A.C. Fabian, D.N.C. Lin, AJ, 105, 877.
115. Fast Radiative Shocks in Dense Media. II. Details of the Dynamics, T. Plewa, Acta Astronomica, 43, 235.

1994

116. Ly Absorption in the z=4.5 QSO BR1033 -034, G.M. Williger, J.A. Baldwin, R.F. Carswell, A.J. Cooke, C. Hazard, M.J. Irwin, R.G. McMahon, and L. Storrie-Lombardi, Ap.J., 428, 574.
117. The Intermediate Line Region of QSOs, M.S. Brotherton, B.J. Wills, P.J. Francis, C.C. Steidel, Ap.J., 430, 495.
118. Absorption in 3C 212, S. Mathur, Ap.J. 431, L75.
119. Radiative Acceleration in Outflows From Broad Absorption Line Quasi-Stellar Objects. II. Wind Models, N. Arav, Z. Li, and M. C., Begelman, Ap.J. 432, 62.
120. Narrow-Line Region Kinematics in Seyfert Nuclei, D. Moore, and R.D. Cohen, Ap.J. 433, 602.
121. Emission Lines from Condensing Intracluster Gas, G. Mark Voit, Megan Donahue, and J. D. Slavin, Ap.J. Suppl., 95, 87.
122. Emission Line Studies of Young Stars: IV The Optical Forbidden Lines, Fred Hamann, Ap.J. Suppl., 93, 485.
123. The Highly Ionized Regions of NGC 6302 and NGC 6537, N. Rowlands, J. Houck, and T. Herter, Ap.J., 427, 867.
124. The ionization structure of Cygnus X-3; a massive iron-depleted companion?, N. Terasawa and H. Nakamura, ApJ Suppl, 92, 477.
125. The Role of Radiative Acceleration in Outflows from Broad Absorption Line QSOs: I. Comparison with O Star Winds, N. Arav and Z. Li, Ap J, 427, 700.
126. The iron K line from a partially ionized reflecting medium in an active galactic nucleus, P.T. Zycki, and B. Czerny, MNRAS 266, 653.
127. ROSAT PSPC Observations of NGC 7469 and Ark 120, W.N. Brandt, A.C. Fabian, K. Nandra, S. Tsuruta, MNRAS, 265, 996.
128. The Effects of Cluster Environment on the Chemical Evolution of Galaxies II: NGC 4254, R.B.C. Henry, B.E.J. Pagel, and G.L. Chincarini, MNRAS 266, 421.
129. The Spectacular Emission Line Reflection Effect of BE Ursae Majoris, D.H. Ferguson and T.A. James, Ap.J. Suppl., 94, 723.
130. The HeI 2.06 m to Br Ratio in 12 Planetary Nebulae, D. L. DePoy and J.C. Shields, Ap J 422, 187.
131. The Temperature of the Lyman-alpha Clouds and the Ultravilet Ionizing Background at High Redshifts, E. Giallongo, P. Petitjean, Ap.J. 426, L61.
132. Coronal Line Emission in Cluster Cooling Flows, Megan Donahue and John T. Stocke, Ap.J. 422, 459.
133. Predicted Optical/UV Line Fluxes for the Warm Absorber in Abell 2256, S. Pistinner and C.L. Sarazin, Ap.J., 433, 577.
134. The X-ray and Ultraviolet Absorbing Outflow in 3C 351, S. Mathur, B. Wilkes, M. Elvis, and F. Fiore, Ap.J. 434, 493.
135. Multiphase Gas in Quasar Absorption Line Systems, M.L. Giroux, R.S. Sutherland, J.M. Shull, Ap.J. 435, L97.
136. On the Origin of the Diffuse C+ 158 Micron Line Emission, C. Heiles, Ap.J. 436, 720.
137. Complex Ionization Struction and Kinematics in the Circumnuclear Region of NGC 3227, S. Arribas and E. Mediavilla, Ap.J. 437, 149.
138. Size and Physical Conditions of the Coronal Line Region in a Nearby Seyfert 2: The Circinus Galaxy, E. Oliva, M. Salvati, A. Moorwood, and A. Marconi, A&A, 288, 457.
139. Long-slit Spectroscopy of Three Low-luminosity Seyfert 1 Galaxies, H. Schulz, A. Knake, Th. Schmidt-Kaler, A&A, 288, 425.
140. Optical/Ultraviolet Excess in Stochastic Winds of Ttauri Stars, A.S. Mitskevich, A&A, 281, 471.
141. The Metal Systems in Q 0000-2619 at High Resolution, S. Savaglio, S. D’Odorico, & P. Moller, A&A, 281, 331.
142. PG 1416-129: A Broad Absorption Line QSO with Low Intrinsic X-ray Absorption, M. de Kool, and E.J.A. Meurs, A&A, 281, L65.
143. Metallicity Effects in Star-forming Regions, M. Cervino, and J. M. Mas-Hesse, A&A, 284, 749.
144. A Radiation-Gasdynamical Method for Nemerical Simulations of Ionized Nebulae: Radiation-Gasdynamics of PNe I, A. Frank, and G. Mellema, A&A, 289, 945.
145. X-Ray Absorption Toward the Red Quasar 3C 212, M Elvis, F. Fiore, S. Mathur, and B. Wilkes, Ap J, 425, 103.
146. Response Functions as Diagnostics of the BLR in Active Galactic Nuclei II. Anisotropic Line Emission, P.T. O'Brien, M.R. Goad, and P.M. Gondhalekar, MNRAS, 268, 845.
147. Iron K Resonant Absorption in Warm Absorbers Around Active Galatic Nuclei, G. Matt, MNRAS, 267, L17..
148. Radio and Infrared Emission from a [WC]-type Planetary Nebula in the LMC, A.A. Zijlstra, P.A.M. van Hoof, J.M. Chapman, C. Loup, A&A, 290, 228.
149. NGC 5506: Physcis of the Extended Narrow Line Region, R. Maiolino, R. Stanga, M. Salvati, J.M.R. Espinosa, A&A, 290, 40.
150. Extended Soft Xray Emission in the Seyfert galaxy NGC 4388 Discovered with the ROSAT HRI, G. Matt, L. Piro, L.A. Antonelli, H.H. Fink, E.J.A. Meurs, & G.C. Perola, A&A, 292, L13.
151. Element Abundances of Classical Novae, J. Andrea, H. Drechsel, and S. Starrfield, A&A, 291, 869.
152. Possible Continuum-Diluting Processes to Generate Liner-like Spectra, H. Schulz, and C. Fritsch, A&A, 291, 713.
153. A [Si VI] 1.972m coronal line survey of galactic nuclei, A. Marconi, A. Moorwood, M. Salvati, and E. Oliva, A&A, 291, 18.
154. The Properties of Cold Clouds in Cooling Flows, S.J. Daines, A.C. Fabian, and P.A. Thomas, A&A, 268, 1060.
155. Evolutionary Models for High-Metallicity Giant Extragalactic H II Regions, Maria Luisa Garcia Vargas and Angeles I. Diaz, ApJ Sup 91, 553.
156. Lick Optical Spectra of Quasar HS 1946+7658 at 10 Km/s Resolution: Lyman-alpha Forest and Metal Absorption Systems, Xiao-Ming Fan, and David Tytler, ApJ Sup 94, 17.
157. A New Interpretation of the Alignment Structures of the z=1 Radio Galaxy 3C 356, M. Lucy and S. Rawlings, MNRAS, 270, 431.
158. Spectra of Quasars with Extreme Continuum Properties, S. Mathur IAU Sym, 159, 271.
159. Single and Multi-Supernova Remnants, J. Franco, Rev Mex Ast, 27, 133.
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325. Kim TS, Hu EM, Cowie LL, et al. The redshift evolution of the Ly alpha forest ASTRON J 114: (1) 1-13 JUL
326. Kingdon JB, Williams RE Abundance determinations in emission-line objects: The revised emission line chart ASTRON J 113: (6) 2193-& JUN
327. Kobulnicky HA, Skillman ED, Roy JR, et al. Hubble Space Telescope faint object spectrograph spectroscopy of localized chemical enrichment from massive stars in NGC 5253 ASTROPHYS J 477: (2) 679-& Part 1 MAR 10
328. Komossa S, Fink H A ROSAT observation of the warm-absorbed soft X-ray spectrum of NGC 4051 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 322: (3) 719-729 JUN
329. Komossa S, Fink H Evidence for a dusty warm absorber in NGC 3227? ASTRON ASTROPHYS 327: (2) 483-492 NOV
330. Komossa S, Fink H Soft X-ray properties of the Seyfert 1.8 galaxy NGC 3786 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 327: (2) 555-561 NOV
331. Kuncic Z, Celotti A, Rees MJ Dense, thin clouds and reprocessed radiation in the central regions of active galactic nuclei MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 284: (3) 717-730 JAN 21
332. Lame NJ, Harrington JP, Borkowski K Physical conditions in NGC 6543 IAU SYMP (180) 252-253
333. Li PS, Leahy DA Far-ultraviolet observations with the Voyager ultraviolet spectrometer: New evidence for interacting winds in symbiotic systems ASTROPHYS J 484: (1) 424-431 Part 1 JUL 20
334. Martin CL The impact of star formation on the interstellar medium. I. The excitation of diffuse, warm ionized gas in dwarf galaxies ASTROPHYS J 491: (2) 561-+ Part 1 DEC 20
335. Martin CL, Kennicutt RC Measurements of He I lambda 5876 recombination-line radiation from the diffuse, warm ionized medium in irregular galaxies ASTROPHYS J 483: (2) 698-704 Part 1 JUL 10
336. Masperi L, Savaglio S Comparison of stars and decaying neutrinos as additional sources of the intergalactic UV background ASTRON ASTROPHYS 321: (1) 1-7 MAY
337. Mathur S, Wilkes BJ, Aldcroft T The X-ray warm absorber in NGC 3516 ASTROPHYS J 478: (1) 182-189 Part 1 MAR 20
338. Michalitsianos AG, Dolan JF, Kazanas D, et al. L gamma alpha absorption-line systems in the gravitational lens Q0957+561 ASTROPHYS J 474: (2) 598-605 Part 1 JAN 10
339. Minter AH, Balser DS The effects of thermal heating via the dissipation of turbulence on physical conditions in the galactic diffuse ionized gas ASTROPHYS J 484: (2) L133-L136 Part 2 AUG 1
340. Murray N, Chiang J Disk winds and disk emission lines ASTROPHYS J 474: (1) 91-103 Part 1 JAN 1
341. Nazarova LS, OBrien PT, Ward MJ The extended narrow line region in Mkn 79 .2. Modelling ASTRON ASTROPHYS 321: (2) 397-408 MAY
342. Nazarova LS, OBrien PT, Ward MJ, et al. Excitation of the extended gas in NGC 1068 ASTROPHYS SPACE SCI 248: (1-2) 121-126
343. Olofsson K Effects of star cluster evolution on emission line ratios and the application to H II galaxies - Including a calibration of the R-23 vs. 12+log(O/H) relationship ASTRON ASTROPHYS 321: (1) 29-44 MAY
344. Orr A, Molendi S, Fiore F, et al. Soft X-ray observations of the complex warm absorber in MCG-6-30-15 with BeppoSAX ASTRON ASTROPHYS 324: (3) L77-L80 AUG
345. Perez E Temperature fluctuations and starburst evolution MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 290: (3) 465-470 SEP 21
346. Puchnarewicz EM, Mason KO, Carrera FJ, et al. Optical and X-ray properties of the RIXOS AGN .2. Emission lines MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 291: (1) 177-202 OCT 11
347. Radovich M, Rafanelli P, Birkle K, et al. Spectroscopic analysis of the nuclear and circumnuclear regions of the Seyfert 2 galaxy NGC 7130 ASTRON NACHR 318: (4) 229-236
348. Rafanelli P, Roi S, Tegon A, et al. The knotty structure of the HII dwarf galaxy F348 ASTRON NACHR 318: (6) 319-327
349. Rauch M, Haehnelt MG, Steinmetz M QSO metal absorption systems at high redshift and the signature of hierarchical galaxy formation ASTROPHYS J 481: (2) 601-624 Part 1 JUN 1
350. RecondoGonzalez MC, Wamsteker W, Clavel J, et al. Ultraviolet variability of the Seyfert 1 galaxy Fairall 9 ASTRON ASTROPHYS SUP 121: (3) 461-487 MAR
351. Reyes REC, Steiner JE, Elizalde F Physical parameters and chemical abundances of Planetary Nebulae in the Large Magellanic Cloud IAU SYMP (180) 471-471
352. Reynolds CS An X-ray spectral study of 24 type 1 active galactic nuclei MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 286: (3) 513-537 APR 11
353. Reynolds CS, Ward MJ, Fabian AC, et al. A multiwavelength study of the Seyfert 1 galaxy MCG-6-30-15 MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 291: (3) 403-417 NOV 1
354. RodriguezPascual PM, MasHesse JM, SantosLleo M The broad line region of narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies ASTRON ASTROPHYS 327: (1) 72-80 NOV
355. Sahu MS, Blades JC Ultraviolet interstellar absorption lines toward the starburst dwarf galaxy NGC 1705 ASTROPHYS J 484: (2) L125-L128 Part 2 AUG 1
356. Sankrit R, Hester JJ The shock and extended remnant around the Crab Nebula ASTROPHYS J 491: (2) 796-+ Part 1 DEC 20
357. Savaglio S, Cristiani S, DOdorico S, et al. The shape of the ionizing UV background at z similar to 3.7 from the metal absorption systems of Q 0000-2619 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 318: (2) 347-360 FEB
358. Savin DW, Bartsch T, Chen MH, et al. Dielectronic recombination in photoionized gas: The importance of fine-structure core excitations ASTROPHYS J 489: (1) L115-L118 Part 2 NOV 1
359. Schartel N, Komossa S, Brinkmann W, et al. PKS 2351-154: A high-redshift quasar with variable X-ray absorption ASTRON ASTROPHYS 320: (2) 421-427 APR
360. Schwarz GJ, Starrfield S, Shore SN, et al. Abundance analysis of the slow nova PW vulpeculae 1984 MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 290: (1) 75-86 SEP
361. Shields JC, Hamann F On the nature of ultraviolet and X-ray absorption in NGC 3783 ASTROPHYS J 481: (2) 752-757 Part 1 JUN 1
362. Shore SN, Starrfield S, Ake TB, et al. Spatially resolved spectra of V1974 Cygni (nova Cygni 1992) with the Goddard high resolution spectrograph ASTROPHYS J 490: (1) 393-400 Part 1 NOV 20
363. Simpson C, Wilson AS, Bower G, et al. A one-sided ionization cone in the Seyfert 2 galaxy NGC 5643 ASTROPHYS J 474: (1) 121-& Part 1 JAN 1
364. Srianand R, Kembhavi A Origin of the spread in the B-K color of quasars ASTROPHYS J 478: (1) 70-79 Part 1 MAR 20
365. Stavroyiannopoulos D, Rosen SR, Watson MG, et al. Spin and beat phenomena in time-resolved Hubble Space Telescope UV spectroscopy of PQ Gem MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 288: (4) 891-902 JUL 11
366. Tripp TM, Lu LM, Savage BD High signal-to-noise echelle spectroscopy of quasar absorption line systems with metals in the direction of HS 1700+6416 ASTROPHYS J SUPPL S 112: (1) 1-28 SEP
367. vanHoof PAM, Oudmaijer RD, Waters LBFM The spectral evolution of post-asymptotic giant branch stars MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 289: (2) 371-387 AUG 1
368. Vanlandingham KM, Starrfield S, Shore SN Elemental abundances for Nova V693 Coronae Austrinae 1981 MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 290: (1) 87-98 SEP
369. Voit GM, Donahue M A deep look at the emission-line nebula in Abell 2597 ASTROPHYS J 486: (1) 242-252 Part 1 SEP 1
370. Volk K, Kwok S A self-consistent photoionization-dust continuum-molecular line transfer model of NGC 7027 ASTROPHYS J 477: (2) 722-731 Part 1 MAR 10

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371. Ann-Marie Dumont, S. Collin-Sourrfin, and L. Nazarova NGC 5548, a case study for active galactic nuclei, by, A&A 331, 11
372. Barlow TA, Tytler D The metallicity of low-redshift Ly alpha forest clouds ASTRON J 115: (5) 1725-1736 MAY
373. Bautista MA, Pradhan AK Ionization structure and spectra of iron in gaseous nebulae ASTROPHYS J 492: (2) 650-676 Part 1 JAN 10
374. Bautista MA, Romano P, Pradhan AK Resonance-averaged photoionization cross sections for astrophysical models ASTROPHYS J SUPPL S 118: (1) 259-265 SEP
375. Bertschinger E Simulations of structure formation in the universe ANNU REV ASTRON ASTR 36: 599-654
376. Brinkmann W, Otani C, Wagner SJ, et al. X-ray and optical study of the giant radio quasar 4C+74.26 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 330: (1) 67-71 FEB 1
377. Burles S, Tytler D The deuterium abundance toward Q1937-1009 ASTROPHYS J 499: (2) 699-712 Part 1 JUN 1
378. Burles S, Tytler D The deuterium abundance toward QSO 1009+2956 ASTROPHYS J 507: (2) 732-744 Part 1 NOV 10
379. Calvet N, Gullbring E The structure and emission of the accretion shock in T Tauri stars ASTROPHYS J 509: (2) 802-818 Part 1 DEC 20
380. Churchill CW, Le Brun V High-metallicity Mg II absorbers in the z < 1 Ly alpha forest of PKS 0454+039: Giant low surface brightness galaxies? ASTROPHYS J 499: (2) 677-698 Part 1 JUN 1
381. Dave R, Hellsten U, Hernquist L, et al. Constraining the metallicity of the low-density Ly alpha forest using O VI absorption ASTROPHYS J 509: (2) 661-677 Part 1 DEC 20
382. Delgado RMG, Leitherer C, Heckman T, et al. Far-ultraviolet spectra of starburst galaxies: Stellar population and the kinematics of the interstellar medium ASTROPHYS J 495: (2) 698-717 Part 1 MAR 10
383. Diaz-Miller RI, Franco J, Shore SN Photoionized and photodissociated regions around main-sequence stars ASTROPHYS J 501: (1) 192-206 Part 1 JUL 1
384. D'Odorico V, Cristiani S, D'Odorico S, et al. The absorption spectrum of the QSO PKS 2126-158 (z(em)=3.27) at high resolution ASTRON ASTROPHYS SUP 127: (2) 217-232 JAN
385. Engelbracht CW, Rieke MJ, Rieke GH, et al. The nuclear starburst in NGC 253 ASTROPHYS J 505: (2) 639-658 Part 1 OCT 1
386. Fiore F, Matt G, Cappi M, et al. ASCA observations of two steep soft X-ray quasars MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 298: (1) 103-113 JUL 21
387. Frisch PC SPACE SCI REV 86: (1-4) 107-126
388. Ganguly R, Churchill CW, Charlton JC An aluminum-enhanced cloud in A C IV absorber at z = 1.94 ASTROPHYS J 498: (2) L103-L106 Part 2 MAY 10
389. Gehrz RD, Truran JW, Williams RE, et al. Nucleosynthesis in classical novae and its contribution to the interstellar medium PUBL ASTRON SOC PAC 110: (743) 3-26 JAN
390. Genzel R, Lutz D, Sturm E, et al. What powers ultraluminous IRAS galaxies? ASTROPHYS J 498: (2) 579-605 Part 1 MAY 10
391. Goad M, Koratkar A Broad emission line variability as a constraint upon the physical conditions within the broad emission line region of NGC 5548 ASTROPHYS J 495: (2) 718-+ Part 1 MAR 10
392. Haehnelt MG, Steinmetz M, Rauch M Damped Ly alpha absorber at high redshift: Large disks or galactic building blocks? ASTROPHYS J 495: (2) 647-658 Part 1 MAR 10
393. Hamann F Broad P v absorption in the QSO PG 1254+047: Column densities, ionizations, and metal abundances in broad absorption line winds ASTROPHYS J 500: (2) 798-809 Part 1 JUN 20
394. Hamann F, Cohen RD, Shields JC, et al. Broad Ne VIII lambda 774 emission from quasars ASTROPHYS J 496: (2) 761-774 Part 1 APR 1
395. Hellsten U, Gnedin NY, Miralda-Escude J The X-ray forest: A new prediction of hierarchical structure formation models ASTROPHYS J 509: (1) 56-61 Part 1 DEC 10
396. Hellsten U, Hernquist L, Katz N, et al. The observability of metal lines associated with the Ly alpha forest ASTROPHYS J 499: (1) 172-180 Part 1 MAY 20
397. Iwasawa K, Brandt WN, Fabian AC X-ray absorption in the strong Fe II narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy Markarian 507 MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 293: (3) 251-256 JAN 21
398. Kallander D, Hultman J Cooling limits on galaxy formation - Gas dynamical simulations incorporating a background UV field and metal enrichment ASTRON ASTROPHYS 333: (2) 399-410 MAY 10
399. Klein RI, Woods DT Bending mode instabilities and fragmentation in interstellar cloud collisions: A mechanism for complex structure ASTROPHYS J 497: (2) 777-+ Part 1 APR 20
400. Knigge C, Long KS, Wade RA, et al. Hubble Space Telescope eclipse observations of the nova-like cataclysmic variable UX Ursae Majoris ASTROPHYS J 499: (1) 414-428 Part 1 MAY 20
401. Komossa S, Bade N Properties of dusty warm absorbers and the case of IRAS 17020+4544 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 331: (3) L49-L52 MAR
402. Komossa S, Schulz H The ROSAT view of NGC 1365 and the luminous highly variable off-nuclear X-ray source NGC 1365-X1 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 339: (2) 345-354 NOV
403. Kwitter KB, Henry RBC A new look at carbon abundances in planetary nebulae. III. DDDM1, IC 3568, IC 4593, NGC 6210, NGC 6720, NGC 6826, and NGC 7009 ASTROPHYS J 493: (1) 247-259 Part 1 JAN 20
404. Lu LM, Savage BD, Sembach KR, et al. The metallicity and dust content of HVC 287.5+22.5+240: Evidence for a Magellanic Clouds origin ASTRON J 115: (1) 162-167 JAN
405. Lutz D, Kunze D, Spoon HWW, et al. Faint [O IV] emission from starburst galaxies ASTRON ASTROPHYS 333: (3) L75-L78 MAY 20
406. Ma F, Wills BJ Does every quasar harbor a blazar? ASTROPHYS J 504: (2) L65-L69 Part 2 SEP 10
407. Maoz D, Koratkar A, Shields JC, et al. The ultraviolet spectra of LINERs: A comparative study ASTRON J 116: (1) 55-67 JUL
408. Mathur S, Wilkes B, Elvis M Discovery of associated absorption lines in an X-ray warm absorber: Hubble Space Telescope observations of PG 1114+435 ASTROPHYS J 503: (1) L23-L26 Part 2 AUG 10
409. Mellema G, Raga AC, Canto J, et al. Photo-evaporation of clumps in planetary nebulae ASTRON ASTROPHYS 331: (1) 335-346 MAR 1
410. Murayama T, Taniguchi Y A new dual-component photoionization model for the narrow emission line regions in active galactic nuclei ASTROPHYS J 503: (2) L115-L118 Part 2 AUG 20
411. Murray N, Chiang J Photoionization of disk winds ASTROPHYS J 494: (1) 125-138 Part 1 FEB 10
412. Nazarova LS, O'Brien PT, Ward MJ, et al. Modelling the extended narrow line region in NGC 1068 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 331: (1) 34-40 MAR 1
413. Nicastro F, Elvis M, Fiore F X-ray color selected warm absorbers ASTRON NACHR 319: (1-2) 30-30
414. Nicholson KL, Reichert GA, Mason KO, et al. Evidence for low-level AGN activity in the nucleus of the LINER galaxy NGC 4594 MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 300: (3) 893-906 NOV 1
415. Och SR, Lucy LB, Rosa MR Diffuse radiation in models of photoionized nebulae ASTRON ASTROPHYS 336: (1) 301-308 AUG 1
416. Orr A, Yaqoob T, Parmar AN, et al. Quasi-simultaneous observations of 3C273 by BeppoSAX and ASCA ASTRON ASTROPHYS 337: (3) 685-690 SEP 20
417. Ostlin G, Bergvall N, Ronnback J Globular clusters in the blue compact galaxy ESO 338-IG04 (Tololo 1924-416), as tracers of the star formation history - Results from HST/WFPC2 observations ASTRON ASTROPHYS 335: (1) 85-112 JUL 1
418. Otani C, Kii T, Miya K Change in the warm absorber in MR 2251-178 IAU SYMP (188) 436-437
419. Radovich M, Hasinger G, Rafanelli P A review of diagnostic emission line ratios in the Narrow Line Region of Active Galactic Nuclei ASTRON NACHR 319: (6) 325-346
420. Radovich M, Rafanelli P, Barbon R Spectroscopy of the circumnuclear emission line regions in Seyfert galaxies - II. NGC 7214 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 334: (1) 124-138 JUN
421. Robberto M, Herbst TM Warm dust around blue hypergiants: Mid-infrared imaging of the luminous blue variable HD 168625 ASTROPHYS J 498: (1) 400-412 Part 1 MAY 1
422. Rodriguez-Ardila A, Pastoriza MG, Maza J Spectroscopy of the nuclear emission-line regions of the two newly detected Seyfert 1 galaxies F10.01 and A08.12 ASTROPHYS J 494: (1) 202-210 Part 1 FEB 10
423. Rodriguez-Gaspar JA, Tenorio-Tagle G The hydrodynamics and ionization structure of gaseous nebulae I. The time-dependent solution ASTRON ASTROPHYS 331: (1) 347-360 MAR 1
424. Sahu MS Interstellar absorption lines in the spectrum of the starburst galaxy NGC 1705 ASTRON J 116: (3) 1205-1211 SEP
425. Salama A, Barr P, Clavel J, et al. ISO observations of classical novae - Preliminary analysis and results ASTROPHYS SPACE SCI 255: (1-2) 227-235
426. Sankrit R, Hester JJ, Scowen PA, et al. WFPC2 studies of the Crab Nebula. II. Ionization structure of the Crab filaments ASTROPHYS J 504: (1) 344-358 Part 1 SEP 1
427. Savage BD, Tripp TM, Lu LM The intervening and associated O VI absorption-line systems in the ultraviolet spectrum of H1821+643 ASTRON J 115: (2) 436-450 FEB
428. Scowen PA, Hester JJ, Sankrit R, et al. Ionization structure in the 30 Doradus Nebula as seen with Hubble Space Telescope Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 ASTRON J 116: (1) 163-179 JUL
429. Serjeant S, Rawlings S, Lacy M, et al. A spectroscopic study of IRAS F10214+4724 MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 298: (2) 321-331 AUG 1
430. Shull JM, Penton SV, Stocke JT, et al. A cluster of low-redshift Ly alpha clouds toward PKS 2155-304. I. Limits on metals and D/H ASTRON J 116: (5) 2094-2107 NOV
431. Sigut TAA, Pradhan AK Ly alpha fluorescent excitation of Fe II in active galactic nuclei ASTROPHYS J 499: (2) L139-L142 Part 2 JUN 1
432. Simpson C A new look at the isotropy of narrow-line emission in extragalactic radio sources MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 297: (2) L39-L43 JUN 21
433. Simpson C, Meadows V The nuclear spectrum of the radio galaxy NGC 5128 (Centaurus A) ASTROPHYS J 505: (2) L99-L102 Part 2 OCT 1
434. Songaila A The redshift evolution of the metagalactic ionizing flux inferred from metal line ratios in the Lyman forest ASTRON J 115: (6) 2184-2205 JUN
435. Srianand R, Petitjean P Molecules in the z(abs)=2.8112 damped system toward PKS 0528-250 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 335: (1) 33-40 JUL 1
436. Starrfield S, Truran JW, Wiescher MC, et al. Evolutionary sequences for Nova V1974 Cygni using new nuclear reaction rates and opacities MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 296: (3) 502-522 MAY 21
437. Storchi-Bergmann T, Schmitt HR, Calzetti D, et al. Chemical abundance calibrations for the narrow-line region of active galaxies ASTRON J 115: (3) 909-914 MAR
438. Sulentic JW, Marziani P, Zwitter T, et al. On the origin of broad Fe K alpha and H I H alpha lines in active galactic nuclei ASTROPHYS J 501: (1) 54-68 Part 1 JUL 1
439. Telfer RC, Kriss GA, Zheng W, et al. The very highly ionized broad absorption line system of the QSO SBS 1542+541 ASTROPHYS J 509: (1) 132-145 Part 1 DEC 10
440. Wang TG, Lu YJ, Zhou YY Emission line and ultraviolet to X-ray continuum correlations: Constraints on the anisotropy of the ionizing continuum in active galactic nuclei ASTROPHYS J 493: (1) 1-9 Part 1 JAN 20
441. Zheng W, Fang LZ Ly alpha H alpha ratio of singly ionized helium in quasars ASTROPHYS J 505: (2) 519-522 Part 1 OCT 1
442. Castellanos M, Diaz AI, Terlevich E, et al. Spectrophotometric analysis of HII regions in NGC 4258 ASTROPHYS SPACE SCI 263: (1-4) 135-138 1998
443. Diaz AI Functional and physical parameters of HII galaxies ASTROPHYS SPACE SCI 263: (1-4) 143-146 1998
444. Folha DFM, Emerson JP Near infrared lines as diagnostics of accretion in T Tauri stars ASTROPHYS SPACE SCI 261: (1-4) 147-150 1998

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445. Alexander T, Sturm E, Lutz D, et al. Infrared spectroscopy of NGC 4151: Probing the obscured ionizing active galactic nucleus continuum ASTROPHYS J 512: (1) 204-223 Part 1 FEB 10 1999
446. Arabadjis JS, Bregman JN Measuring molecular, neutral atomic, and warm ionized galactic gas through X-ray absorption ASTROPHYS J 510: (2) 806-821 Part 1 JAN 10 1999
447. Aretxaga I, Benetti S, Terlevich RJ, et al. SN 1988Z: spectro-photometric catalogue and energy estimates MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 309: (2) 343-354 OCT 21 1999
448. Bautista MA Continuum fluorescence excitation of [N I] and [O I] lines in gaseous nebulae ASTROPHYS J 527: (1) 474-478 Part 1 DEC 10 1999
449. Blum RD, Damineli A Two micron narrowband imaging of the Sagittarius D H II region ASTROPHYS J 512: (1) 237-246 Part 1 FEB 10 1999
450. Brandt JC, Heap SR, Beaver EA, et al. Echelle spectroscopy of interstellar absorption toward mu Columbae with the Goddard high resolution spectrograph ASTRON J 117: (1) 400-409 JAN 1999
451. Bresolin F, Kennicutt RC, Garnett DR The ionizing stars of extragalactic H II regions ASTROPHYS J 510: (1) 104-124 Part 1 JAN 1 1999
452. Calzetti D, Conselice CJ, Gallagher JS, et al. The structure and morphology of the ionized gas in starburst galaxies: NGC 5253/5236 ASTRON J 118: (2) 797-816 AUG 1999
453. Castellanos M, Diaz AI, Terlevich E, et al. Spectrophotometric analysis of HII regions in NGC 4258 ASTROPHYS SPACE SCI 263: (1-4) 135-138 1998
454. Churchill CW, Charlton JC The multiple phases of interstellar and halo gas in a possible group of galaxies at z similar to 1 ASTRON J 118: (1) 59-75 JUL 1999
455. Churchill CW, Rigby JR, Charlton JC, et al. The population of weak Mg II absorbers. I. A survey of 26 QSO HIRES/Keck spectra ASTROPHYS J SUPPL S 120: (1) 51-75 JAN 1999
456. Colbert JW, Malkan MA, Clegg PE, et al. ISO LWS spectroscopy of M82: A unified evolutionary model ASTROPHYS J 511: (2) 721-729 Part 1 FEB 1 1999
457. Coziol R, Reyes REC, Considere S, et al. The abundance of nitrogen in starburst nucleus galaxies ASTRON ASTROPHYS 345: (3) 733-746 MAY 1999
458. Crenshaw DM, Kraemer SB Intrinsic absorption lines in the Seyfert 1 galaxy NGC 5548: Ultraviolet echelle spectra from the space telescope imaging spectrograph ASTROPHYS J 521: (2) 572-576 Part 1 AUG 20 1999
459. Crowther PA, Beck SC, Willis AJ, et al. Properties of hot stars in the Wolf-Rayet galaxy NGC 5253 from ISO-SWS spectroscopy MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 304: (3) 654-668 APR 11 1999
460. Crowther PA, Pasquali A, De Marco O, et al. Wolf-Rayet nebulae as tracers of stellar ionizing fluxes - I. M1-67 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 350: (3) 1007-1017 OCT 1999
461. Delgado RMG, Garcia-Vargas ML, Goldader J, et al. Multiwavelength study of the starburst galaxy NGC 7714. I. Ultraviolet-optical spectroscopy ASTROPHYS J 513: (2) 707-719 Part 1 MAR 10 1999
462. Diaz AI Functional and physical parameters of HII galaxies ASTROPHYS SPACE SCI 263: (1-4) 143-146 1998
463. Fabian AC, Iwasawa K The mass density in black holes inferred from the X-ray background MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 303: (2) L34-L36 FEB 21 1999
464. Feldmeier JJ, Brandt WN, Elvis M, et al. Heavy and complex X-ray absorption toward the nucleus of Markarian 6 ASTROPHYS J 510: (1) 167-177 Part 1 JAN 1 1999
465. Folha DFM, Emerson JP Near infrared lines as diagnostics of accretion in T Tauri stars ASTROPHYS SPACE SCI 261: (1-4) 147-150 1998
466. Frisch PC Interstellar matter and the boundary conditions of the heliosphere SPACE SCI REV 86: (1-4) 107-126 1998
467. Greeley BW, Blair WP, Long KS, et al. The far-ultraviolet spectrum and short-timescale variability of AM Herculis from observations with the Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope ASTROPHYS J 513: (1) 491-505 Part 1 MAR 1 1999
468. Greiner J, Tovmassian G, Komossa S, et al. The WC6 Wolf-Rayet star MLA 1159 in M31 and its ionization nebula BA 1-642 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 347: (2) 556-564 JUL 1999
469. Guainazzi M, Perola GC, Matt G, et al. The complex 0.1-200 keV spectrum of the Seyfert 1 Galaxy NGC 4593 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 346: (2) 407-414 JUN 1999
470. Henry RBC, Kwitter KB, Dufour RJ Morphology and composition of the helix-nebula ASTROPHYS J 517: (2) 782-798 Part 1 JUN 1 1999
471. Howe JC, Savage BD, Fabian D Abundances and physical conditions in the warm neutral medium toward mu Columbae ASTROPHYS J 525: (1) 253-293 Part 1 NOV 1 1999
472. Howell SB, Cash J, Mason KO, et al. The relationship between ultraviolet line emission and magnetic field strength in magnetic cataclysmic variables ASTRON J 117: (2) 1014-1022 FEB 1999
473. Howk JC, Savage BD Dust in the ionized medium of the galaxy: GHRS measurements of AlIII and SIII ASTROPHYS J 517: (2) 746-766 Part 1 JUN 1 1999
474. Howk JC, Sembach KR Ionized gas in damped Ly alpha systems and its effects on elemental abundance studies ASTROPHYS J 523: (2) L141-L144 Part 2 OCT 1 1999
475. Izotov YI, Thuan TX Heavy-element abundances in blue compact galaxies ASTROPHYS J 511: (2) 639-659 Part 1 FEB 1 1999
476. Jacoby GH, Ciardullo R Chemical abundances of planetary nebulae in the bulge and disk of M31 ASTROPHYS J 515: (1) 169-190 Part 1 APR 10 1999
477. Kartje JF, Konigl A, Elitzur M Megamaser disks in active galactic nuclei ASTROPHYS J 513: (1) 180-196 Part 1 MAR 1 1999
478. Kaspi S, Netzer H Modeling variable emission lines in active galactic nuclei: Method and application to NGC 5548 ASTROPHYS J 524: (1) 71-81 Part 1 OCT 10 1999
479. Kepner J, Tripp TM, Abel T, et al. Absorption-line signatures of gas in dark matter minihalos ASTRON J 117: (5) 2063-2076 MAY 1999
480. Kerton CR, Ballantyne DR, Martin PG Classification of O stars in the yellow-green: The exciting star VES 735 ASTRON J 117: (5) 2485-2493 MAY 1999
481. Kohler S, Reimers D, Tytler D, et al. A complex Lyman limit system at z=1.9 towards HS 1103+6416 ASTRON ASTROPHYS 342: (2) 395-407 FEB 1999
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483. Komossa S, Bade N The giant X-ray outbursts in NGC 5905 and IC 3599: Follow-up observations and outburst scenarios ASTRON ASTROPHYS 343: (3) 775-787 MAR 1999
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528. Wilman RJ, Crawford CS, Abraham RG Mapping the gas kinematics and ionization structure of four ultraluminous IRAS galaxies MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 309: (2) 299-324 OCT 21 1999 ASTROPHYS J 522: (1) L17-L20 Part 2 SEP 1 1999
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599. Shimura T.Atmospheric emission from hydrogen-shell-burning white dwarfs as supersoft X-ray sources.MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 315 (2): 345-355 JUN 21 2000 .
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618. Allen SW, Taylor GB, Nulsen PEJ, et al. Chandra X-ray observations of the 3C 295 cluster core MON NOT R ASTRON SOC 324 (4): 842-858 JUL 11 2001
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