AAS 202nd Meeting, May 2003
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Session 14 Starbursts and AGN

Oral, Monday, May 26, 2003, 10:00-11:30am, 209/210

14.01 Why do we see Broad Lines in X-ray Absorbed, Red AGN?
B.J. Wilkes, Himel Ghosh (Harvard-Smithsonian), R. Cutri (IPAC), D. Hines (UofA), B. Nelson (IPAC), G.D. Schmidt, P.S. Smith (UofA)
14.02 The X-ray view of the northern disk of M31: XMM-Newton results.
S. Trudolyubov, O. Kotov, W. Priedhorsky, K. Borozdin (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA), K. Mason (Mullard Space Science Laboratory, UK), F. Cordova (University Of California, Riverside, USA)
14.03 FUSE Abundances in the Interstellar Medium of I Zw 18
A. Aloisi, S. Savaglio, T. M. Heckman, C. G. Hoopes (Johns Hopkins University), C. Leitherer, K. R. Sembach (Space Telescope Science Institute)
14.04 The Host Galaxies of Narrow-Line Seyfert 1 Galaxies: Evidence for Bar-Driven Fueling
D.M. Crenshaw (GSU), S.B. Kraemer (CUA)
14.05 Comparing SIRTF and Chandra Surveys to Find Dusty Starbursts and AGN at High Redshift
D. Weedman, V. Charmandaris (Cornell U.), A. Zezas (CfA)
14.06 VLA observations of the radio recombination line H53\alpha toward Arp 220.
C. A. Rodriguez-Rico (NRAO/UNAM), W. M. Goss (NRAO), J.-H. Zhao (CfA), F. Viallefond (Observatoire de Paris)
14.07 Halo and Stellar Disk Masses in the Centers of Barred Spiral Galaxies
M. Das, G. Petitpas, P.J. Teuben, S.N. Vogel (University of Maryland)

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