AAS 197, January 2001
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Session 5. Molecular Clouds and Cloud Cores

Display, Monday, January 8, 2001, 9:30am-7:00pm, Exhibit Hall

5.01 Identifying Gas Condensations in Clustered Star Forming Regions
R. Shah (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), J. McMullin, A. Wootten (NRAO)
5.02 Simulations of Star Formation out of a Turbulence Molecular Cloud
P.S. Li (NCSA), M.L. Norman (UCSD), F. Heitsch (MPIA), M.-M. Mac Low (AMNH)
5.03 MBM 12: The Nearest Star-Forming Cloud
S. J. Wolk (CfA), T. Hearty (JPL), R. Jayawardhana (Berkeley), R. Smith (CfA), R. Edgar (CfA), P. Plucinsky (CfA)
5.04 Wave Supported clumps in Giant Molecular Clouds
R. F. Coker, J.G.L. Rae, T.W. Hartquist, S.A.E.G. Falle (University of Leeds)
5.05 Evidence for Triaxiality of Molecular Cloud Cores
C. E. Millar, S. Basu (The University of Western Ontario), J. Dubinski (University of Toronto)
5.06 Small Scale Structure in the Taurus Molecular Cloud: OH and CO Observations Towards Six Extra-galactic Continuum Sources
R. P. Kleban, P. F. Goldsmith (NAIC and Cornell University)
5.07 Hunting for YSOs in a Smooth Black Blob: Interferometric and Single-Dish Survey of B133
H. Chen, G. Engargiola, R.L. Plambeck (U.C. Berkeley), J. Mangum (NRAO)
5.08 A Reprocessing of the FCRAO Outer Galaxy Survey - Detection of Widespread Faint CO
C.M. Brunt (DRAO - HIA - NRC (Canada) and Dept.of Phys. and Astron., Univ. of Calgary), J. Ontkean, L.B.G. Knee (DRAO - HIA - NRC (Canada))
5.09 The BU-FCRAO Galactic Ring Survey: Breaking the Near-Far Kinematic Distance Ambiguity
M.A. Kolpak, J.M. Jackson, T.M. Bania, D.P. Clemens, R. Simon (Boston University Institute for Astrophysical Research), M.H. Heyer (UMASS Amherst), J.M. Dickey (University of Minnesota)
5.10 The BU-FCRAO Milky Way Galactic Ring Survey: Principal Component and Delta-Variance Analysis of large scale spectral line images of clouds in the first Galactic quadrant
R. Simon (Institute for Astrophysical Research, Boston University), M. H. Heyer (Five College Radio Astronomy Observatory, University of Massachusetts, Amherst), F. P. Bensch (I. Physikal. Institut, Universität zu Köln), J. M. Jackson, T. M. Bania, D. P. Clemens (Institute for Astrophysical Research, Boston University)
5.11 BU-FCRAO Galactic Ring Survey: Finding Near Molecular Clouds in the Galaxy
K.B. McQuinn, R. Simon, J.M. Jackson, T.M Bania (Boston University IAR)
5.12 The MSX-CGPS Search for Dissociating Stars
C. R. Kerton (DRAO - HIA - NRC Canada), CGPS Dissociating Stars Project Team
5.13 From Simulations to Observations: Polarization Maps of Star-Forming Regions
F. Heitsch (MPIA), E.G. Zweibel (JILA), P.S. Li (NCSA), M.-M. Mac Low (AMNH), M.L. Norman (UCSD)
5.14 SCUBA Polarization Observations of MSX Infrared-Dark Clouds
P.A. Feldman, R.O. Redman (NRC/Canada), S.J. Carey (BC), M.P. Egan (AFRL)
5.15 BIMA Observations of MSX Infrared Dark Clouds
F. Wyrowski (UMD), S.J. Carey (BC), M.P. Egan (AFRL), P.A. Feldman, R.O. Redman (NRC/Canada)
5.16 The Midcourse Space Experiment Infrared-Dark Cloud Catalog
S.J. Carey (BC), M.P. Egan (AFRL), T.A. Kuchar, D. Mizuno (BC), P.A. Feldman, R.O. Redman (NRC/Canada), S.D. Price (AFRL)
5.17 Mid-Infrared Imaging of the Warm Dust in W3 (Main)
J.L. Hora, G.G. Fazio (CfA), L.K. Deutsch (BU/IAR), E.F. Ladd (Bucknell), W.F. Hoffmann, A. Dayal (UA), J. Deane, D.B. Sanders (IfA)
5.18 A Tale of Two Cloud Cores in the M17 GMC
M.M. Hanson (U. Cincinnati), T.L. Wilson (MPIfR, Bonn, Germany & SMTO), D. Muders (MPIfR & SMTO), U.L. Hemamala (U. Cincinnati)

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