AAS 198th Meeting, June 2001
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Session 52. The Cosmological Impact of Galactic Winds

Topical Session Oral, Wednesday, June 6, 2001, 8:30am-12:30pm, C107

52.01 The Role of Galactic Winds in Elliptical Galaxies
J.N. Bregman (University of Michigan)
52.02 The Latest Results on X-ray Emission from Starburst-driven Superwinds
D.K. Strickland (JHU)
52.03 Cosmological Enrichment and Entropy Production by Galactic Winds
W. G. Mathews (University of California, Santa Cruz)
52.04 Implications of Numerical Simulations of Galactic Winds for Galaxy Formation and Evolution
M.-M. Mac Low (Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist.)
52.05 Massive Galactic Winds During Galaxy Formation
J.J. Binney (Oxford University)
52.06 Galactic Winds and the Lyman Alpha Forest
G. Bryan (MIT)
52.07 Galaxy/IGM Interactions at High Redshift
M. Rauch (Carnegie Institution)
52.08 Galactic Winds at z~3 and the Intergalactic Medium
C.C. Steidel (Calfornia Institute of Technology)
52.09 The Cosmological Impact of Galactic Winds: a Summary
T.M. Heckman (Johns Hopkins University)

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