AAS 203rd Meeting, January 2004
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Session 44 Cataclysmic Variables, Novae

Poster, Tuesday, January 6, 2004, 9:20am-6:30pm, Grand Hall

44.01 The Use of Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Accretion Disk Models to Analyze the Light Curves of Cataclysmic Variables Using Accretio
H.J. Leckenby (Texas A&M University - Kingsville)
44.02 The Impact of a Variable Efficiency Parameter on Common Envelope Evolution in Population Synthesis Studies of Cataclysmic Variables
C. R. Quandt, M. Politano (Marquette U.)
44.03 Modeling the Accretion Stream in Magnetic Cataclysmic Variables
K. E. Belle (LANL)
44.04 Mass Estimates from Cataclysmic Variable Nodal Superhumps
M.M. Montgomery, M.A. Wood (Florida Institute of Technology)
44.05 SS Cygni - Nonlinear Identification of Changes in the Dynamics
N Jevtic (Richard Stockton College of New Jersey), J.A. Mattei (AAVSO), J.S. Schweitzer (University of Connecticut)
44.06 Time Resolved H\alpha Spectroscopy of the Eclipsing Old Nova DQ Her
E. Mastrantonio (Lycoming College), A. Bianchini (University of Padova), R. Canterna (University of Wyoming)
44.07 Time-Resolved Spectroscopy and Photometry of CT Serpentis and V825 Herculis
F. A. Ringwald, D. S. Reynolds (California State University, Fresno)
44.08 Infrared Properties of Cataclysmic Variables from the 2MASS All-Sky Data Release
D. W. Hoard (SSC/Caltech), C. S. Brinkworth (SSC/Caltech/Southampton), S. Wachter (SSC/Caltech)
44.09 Long Term Monitoring of Northern Hemisphere Polars (AM Her stars).
D. Allen, E. Davis, J. Silvey, R. Canterna (University of Wyoming)
44.10 3 Years of ChaMPlane WIYN/Hydra Followup Spectroscopy
A. B. Rogel, P. M. Lugger, H. N. Cohn (Indiana U.), J. E. Grindlay, P. Zhao (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
44.11 An XMM-Newton Observation of UX Ursae Majoris: A Two-Component X-ray Emission
K. Mukai (NASA/GSFC & USRA), G.W. Pratt (CEA/Saclay), B.J.M. Hassall (UCLAN), T. Naylor (Exeter), J.H. Wood (Keele)
44.12 The Accretion Rate and Temperature of the Accreting White dwarf in the Dwarf Nova SS Cygni During Quiescence
M. V. Lesniak, E. M. Sion (Villanova U.)
44.13 Dwarf Novae in Quiescence: An Unexpected Diversity
J. A. Urban, E. M. Sion (Villanova University)
44.14 The H\alpha Light Curves and Spatial Distribution of Novae in M81
J. D. Neill (Columbia University), M. M. Shara (American Museum of Natural History)
44.15 Multi-wavelength Spectrophotometry of V2573 Ophiuchus
C.C. Venturini, R.J. Rudy, D.K. Lynch, R.W. Russell, S. Mazuk (The Aerospace Corp.), H. B. Hammel (Space Science Institute), R.C. Puetter (UCSD), R.B. Perry (Langley Research Center, NASA)

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