AAS 197, January 2001
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Session 47. Circumstellar Disks

Display, Tuesday, January 9, 2001, 9:30am-7:00pm, Exhibit Hall

47.01 The evolution of protostellar disks under the influence of external UV radiation and central stellar winds
H.W. Yorke (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology), S. Richling (Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics, Univ. Heidelberg)
47.02 The Disk and Environment of HD 100546
C.A. Grady (NOAO/STIS, GSFC), E. Polomski (U. Minn. and U. Florida), Th. Henning (AIU, Jena, Germany), B. Stecklum (Thuringer Landessternwarte Tautenberg, Germany), B. Woodgate (LASP, NASA's GSFC), C. Telesco, R. Pina (U. Florida), P. Plait (ACC, GSFC), T. Gull (LASP, NASA's GSFC), A. Boggess (CUA), C. Bowers (LASP, NASA's GSFC), F.C. Bruhweiler (CUA), M. Clampin (STScI), A. Danks (Raytheon PSC, GSFC), R.F. Green (NOAO), S.R. Heap (LASP, NASA's GSFC), J.B. Hutchings (DAO), E. Jenkins (Princeton University Observatory), M. Kaiser (JHU), R. Kimble (LASP, NASA's GSFC), S. Kraemer (CUA), D. Lindler (ACC, GSFC), J.L. Linsky (JILA, U. Colorado and NIST), S.P. Maran (NASA's GSFC), H.W. Moos (JHU), F. Roesler (U. Wisconsin), J.G. Timothy (Nightsen, Inc.), D. Weistrop (UNLV)
47.03 New Observations of Variability in the HH 30 Circumstellar Disk: Properties, Models, and Mechanisms
A.M. Watson (Instituto de Astronom{\'i}a UNAM), K.R. Stapelfeldt (JPL), J.E. Krist (STScI), C.J. Burrows (STScI & ESA)
47.04 Millimeter Interferometry of HST Circumstellar Disks
D. L. Padgett (SIRTF Science Center), K. R. Stapelfeldt (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), A. F. Sargent (California Institute of Technology)
47.05 Silicate Mineralogy and Crystallinity as Indicators of Protoplanetary Disk Evolution
D.E. Harker (NRC Associcate/NASA-Ames Research Center), D.H. Wooden (NASA/Ames Research Center), C.E. Woodward (University of Minnesota)
47.06 From Infall to Rotation in the Envelopes around Young Stellar Objects: Identification of a Source with a Transitional 2000 AU Radius Disk.
M.R. Hogerheijde (Astronomy Department, UC Berkeley)
47.07 Yearly Variations in DG Tau's 10~\micron \ Silicate Feature: Evidence for a Dust Processing in a Disk Atmosphere
D. H. Wooden, K. R. Bell, D. E. Harker (NASA Ames), C. E. Woodward (U. Minnesota)
47.08 FUSE Observations of T Tauri Stars: Separating Accretion and Activity
S. Sallmen, C.M. Johns-Krull, B. Welsh, N. Griffiths (UC Berkeley)
47.09 Force-Free Models of Magnetically Linked Star--Disk Systems
D.A. Uzdensky, A. Königl, C. Litwin (Univ. of Chicago)

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