AAS 207th Meeting, 8-12 January 2006
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Session 70. Cataclysmic Variables and Novae

Poster, Tuesday, January 10, 2006, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall

70.01 Pulsating white dwarfs in cataclysmic variables
A.S. Mukadam, P. Szkody (University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195), B. T. Gansicke (University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 9BU, UK), B. Warner, P. Woudt (University of Cape Town, Rondebosch 7700, South Africa), E. Sion (Villanova University, Villanova, PA 19085), D. Townsley, L. Bildsten (Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106), J. E. Solheim (University of Oslo, Blindern, Oslo, Norway), O. Fraser, D. Haggard (University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195)
70.02 The Origin of the Molecular Emission in WZ Sagittae
J.W. Wellhouse, T.E. Harrison (New Mexico State University), S.B. Howell (NOAO/WIYN), P. Szkody (Univ. of Wash.)
70.03 Identification of Cataclysmic Variables in the Collapsed-Core Globular Cluster NGC 6397
S.M. Couch (Butler Univ.), H.N. Cohn, P.M. Lugger (Indiana Univ.), A.M. Cool (San Francisco State Univ.), J. Anderson (Rice Univ.)
70.04 X-ray Emission Lines in Cataclysmic Variables
E. M. Schlegel (Univ. Texas-San Antonio), K.P. Singh, V. Rana, V. Girish (Tata Inst of Fund. Research), P. E. Barrett (Johns Hopkins Univ.)
70.05 Synthetic Spectral Analysis of Three Heavily Reddened Dwarf Novae Above the Period Gap
J.T. Marcy, E.M. Sion (Villanova University)
70.06 A Search for Superhumps in Possible SW Sextantis Stars
A.J. Carver (UW-Madison), A. Whiting (CTIO), L. Schmidtobreick (ESO)
70.07 Detection of Orbital and Superhump Periods in Nova Ophiuchi 2004
T. W. Kang, A. Retter (Penn State University), A. Liu (Norcape Observatory, Australia), M. T. Richards (Penn State University)
70.08 The outer x-ray and radio jets in R Aquarii: evolution over five years
E. Kellogg, C. Anderson, J. DePasquale, K. Korreck, J. Nichols, J. Sokoloski (Harvard Smithsonian CfA), M. Krauss (Kavli Inst. MIT), J. Pedelty (NASA GSFC)
70.09 Population Synthesis Studies of Close Binary Systems using a Common Envelope Efficiency Parameter that Depends on the Mass of the Secondary
K.P. Weiler, M. Politano (Marquette University)
70.10 Optically Thick Steady-State Accretion Disk Model Analyses of Three Dwarf Novae in Outburst
S. G. Stegman, E. M. Sion (Villanova University)
70.11 The accretion of matter on white dwarfs
J. L. Fisker, D. S. Balsara (University of Notre Dame)
70.12 Direct Impact Accretion and Period Decreases in V407 Vul AND RX J0806.3 +1527
X. M. Peng, J. Frank (Louisiana State University)
70.13 An Analysis of the Accretion Rates and Binary Parameters of Three Dwarf Novae in outburst with newly determined distances
A. R. Riedel, E. M. Sion (Villanova University)
70.14 Hyperactivity on the secondary star of AM Her
S. Kafka (CTIO), R.K. Honeycutt (Indiana University), S.B. Howell (WIYN Observatory & NOAO)
70.15 The First Detection of a White Dwarf Primary in an AM CVn System: The 28 minute binary CP Eridani
E. M. Sion (Villanova Un.), J.-E. Solheim (Un. of Oslo), P. Szkody (Un. of Washington), B. T. Gaensicke (Un. of Warwick), S. B. Howell (NOAO)
70.16 Modeling the Carbon Abundances in the Secondary Stars of Cataclysmic Variables
T. E. Harrison (NMSU), S. B. Howell (NOAO/WIYN), J. J. Johnson (NMSU)
70.17 Spitzer Space Telescope Observations of Polars
S. B. Howell (NOAO), C. Brinkworth (Spitzer Science Center), H. Chun, B. Thomas, L. Stefaniak (Spitzer/TLRBSE), D. W. Hoard (Spitzer Science Center)
70.18 Low Resolution Infrared Spectroscopy of Polars
J. J. Johnson, R. K. Campbell, T. E. Harrison (NMSU), S. B. Howell (NOAO/WIYN)
70.19 Polars Changing State: Multiwavelength Long Term Photometry and Spectroscopy of QS Tel, V834 Cen, and BL Hyi
J. R. Gerke (U. Arizona, Steward Obs.), S. B. Howell (WIYN Observatory & NOAO), F. M. Walter (Stony Brook U.)
70.20 Nova Sagittarii 2002: An Intermediate Polar Candidate
M. T. Richards, T. W. Kang, A. Retter (Penn State University), A. Liu (Norcape Observatory, Australia)
70.21 V838 Monocerotis: Still Changing
D. K. Lynch, R. J. Rudy, S. Mazuk, C. C. Venturini (The Aerospace Corp.), L. S. Bernstein (Spectral Scineces, Inc), R. C. Puetter (UCSD/CASS), R. B. Perry (NASA LaRC)
70.22 Spitzer Space Telescope observations of the slow classical nova V1186 Sco
G.J. Schwarz (West Chester University), C.E. Woodward (University of Minnesota), D.K. Lynch, R. Rudy (The Aerospace Corp.), G. Ruch, A. Helton (University of Minnesota), C.C. Venturini (The Aerospace Corp.), J.E. Lyke (Keck Observatory), M.F. Bode (Liverpool John Moores Univ.), Spitzer CY1 GO ToO Nova Team
70.23 Photometry and Spectroscopy of the Classical Nova V4743 Sgr 2002 in Outburst and Decline
R. M. Wagner (OSU and LBTO), J. Steinfadt (UCSB), H. E. Bond (STScI), E. Hooper (U. Texas), A. Karam (U. Arizona), J. Rohrbach (ASU), G. Schwarz (West Chester U.), S. Starrfield (ASU)
70.24 The Effects of Improvements in the Nuclear Reaction Rates on Hydrodynamic Simulations of the Classical Nova Outburst
S. Starrfield (ASU), W. R. Hix (ORNL), C. Iliadis (UNC & TUNL), F. X. Timmes, W. M. Sparks (LANL)

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