AAS 197, January 2001
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Session 66. When the Universe was Mostly Gas

Oral, Tuesday, January 9, 2001, 1:30-3:00pm, Royal Palm 3/4

66.01 The Lyman Alpha Forest at High Resolution for 1.6 < z < 2.0
R.A. Simcoe, W.L.W. Sargent (Palomar Observatory, California Institute of Technology), M. Rauch (Observatories of the Carnegie Institution of Washington)
66.02D Correlation of Lyman-alpha Forest Absorption in Multiple Lines of Sight
P. McDonald (OSU & UPenn)
66.03 A Sample of High Velocity Clouds in z ~ 1 Galaxies: What Can They Be?
C. W. Churchill (Penn State)
66.04D The Local Ly\alpha Forest: Relationship of Absorbers to Galaxies.
K. M. McLin, J. T. Stocke (CASA, University of Colorado), R. J. Weymann (Carnegie Observatories, Pasadena), S. V. Penton, J. M. Shull (CASA, University of Colorado)
66.05 The Absorbers Toward CSO 118: Hierarchical Clustering at z~3, or an Intrinsic Absorption Complex?
R. Ganguly, J. C. Charlton (Penn State University)
66.06 Tracing Star Forming Pockets Throughout the Universe
J.C. Charlton, C.W. Churchill, J. Ding, S.G. Zonak (Penn State)
66.07 Modified Strömgren Sphere
P. R. McCullough (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign)

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