AAS 197, January 2001
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Session 21. AGN Kinematics

Oral, Monday, January 8, 2001, 10:30am-12:00noon, Pacific One

21.01 ``Supermassive Black-Hole Binaries in Merging Cusps''
M. Milosavljevic, D. Merritt (Rutgers University)
21.02 A Theoretical Model for Mbh - sigma Relation for Supermassive Black Holes
D. Richstone (Dept. of Astronomy, U. Michigan), D. Graff (Dept. of Astronomy, U. Michigan), F. C. Adams (Dept. of Physics & Dept. of Astronomy, U. Michigan)
21.03D Molecular Gas Observations of Double-Barred Galaxies: How to Feed an AGN.
G. R. Petitpas, C. D. Wilson (McMaster University)
21.04 Infared Spectral Energy Distributions of Seyfert Galaxies: Low opacity Cone models for the infrared emission
A. C. Quillen (Steward Observatory), A. Alonso-Herrero (U of Hertfordshire), A. Lee, G.H. Rieke (Steward Observatory)
21.05 A black hole in NGC 4697 from stellar and gas kinematics
J. Pinkney (UMich), K. Gebhardt (UCO/Lick), D. Richstone (UMich), Nuker Team
21.06 Time-Dependent Ionized Reflection: Major Implications for Fe K\alpha Reverberation Studies of AGN.
S. Nayakshin (NASA/GSFC), Mitchell C. Begelman (JILA, University of Colorado), D. Kazanas (NASA/GSFC)
21.07 NLR Mass Outflow in Markarian 3: Long-slit and Slitless Spectral Results
J.R. Ruiz (IACS/CUA), D.M. Crenshaw, S.B. Kraemer (CUA/GSFC)
21.08 HST Observations of the Narrow-Line Regions and Broad-Line Regions of LINERs
A.J. Barth (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), L.C. Ho (Carnegie Observatories), A.V. Filippenko (U.C. Berkeley), H.-W. Rix (MPIA Heidelberg), W.L.W. Sargent (Caltech)

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