AAS 204th Meeting, June, 2004
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Session 61. Structures in the Interstellar Medium

Poster, Wednesday, June 2, 2004, 10:00am-7:00pm, Ballroom

61.01 Dust Heating by the Interstellar Radiation Field in Models of Turbulent Molecular Clouds
T.J Bethell, E.G Zweibel (Department of Astronomy, University of Wisconsin, Madison), F Heitsch (Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics, Munich, Germany), J.S Mathis (Department of Astronomy, University of Wisconsin, Madison)
61.02 Accurate Radiative Recombination Coefficients for Helium
R.P. Bauman, R.L. Porter, K.B. MacAdam, G.J. Ferland (Univ. of Kentucky)
61.03 A Complete Helium Model in Cloudy
R. L. Porter, R. P. Bauman, K. B. MacAdam, G. J. Ferland (University of Kentucky)
61.04 Supernova-Driven Interstellar Medium Simulations: Velocity Dispersion and Density Structure
M. K. R. Joung (Columbia Univ.), M.-M. Mac Low (Amer. Mus. Natural Hist.)
61.05 Observation of the [CI] 3P1-3P0 line toward the IC1396 region
K. Tanaka (Dept. of Physics, Univ of Tokyo), T. Oka, S. Yamamoto (Dpet. of Physucs, Univ of Tokyo)
61.06I Analysis of HST/STIS absorption line spectra for Perseus Molecular Cloud Sightlines
C. Church (Harvey Mudd College), B. Penprase (Pomona College), P. Wannier (JPL)
61.07 The Blue Tip of the Stellar Locus: Measuring Extinction with the SDSS
D. P. Finkbeiner, D. J. Schlegel, J. E. Gunn (Princeton), D. W. Hogg (NYU), Z. Ivezic, G. R. Knapp, R. H. Lupton (Princeton)
61.08 Ionization Structure of the Local Interstellar Medium
S. Redfield (McDonald Observatory, University of Texas)
61.09 Dust Extinction with 1.5 Kpc
D. R. Ciardi (Michelson Science Center/Caltech)
61.10 DR21-IRS1: Spitzer-IRAC Four-Color Images of the Origin of the Massive Outflow and its Cluster of Embedded Stars.
H.A. Smith, L.E. Allen, G. Fazio, G. Melnick (Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), A.P. Marston (ESTEC), R. Gutermuth, J Pipher, D. Watson (U. Rochester), S. Carey, A. Noriega-Crespo, W. Reach, J. Rho (Spitzer Science Center), E. Bergin (U. Michigan)
61.11 Early Results from SPEAR -- the Eridanus Superbubble
J. Kregenow, J. Edelstein, E.J. Korpela, C. Heiles (SSL, UC Berkeley), K.W. Min, K.S. Ryu (SaTReC, KAIST), U.W. Nam, K.I. Seon, J.H. Park, H. Jin (Korea Astronomical Observatory), Space Sciences Lab, Space Astrophysics Group SPEAR Team, Korea Advanced Institute of Technology FIMS Team, Korea Astronomy Observatory FIMS Team
61.12 Preliminary Results from SPEAR Observations of the Vela Supernova Remnant
K. Nishikida, J. Edelstein, E.J. Korpela (SSL, U.C. Berkeley), K.W. Min, K.S. Ryu (KAIST), K.I. Seon, D.H. Lee, H. Jin, I.S. Yuk (KAO), Space Sciences Lab, Space Astrophysics Group SPEAR Team, Korea Advanced Institute of Technology FIMS Team, Korea Astronomy Observatory FIMS Team
61.13 VLA Zeeman Observations of the NGC 6334 Complex
E.A. Mayo (University of Kentucky), A.P. Sarma (Eastern Kentucky University), T.H. Troland (University of Kentucky)
61.14 The Contribution of H II Regions to PDR Line Intensity Diagnostics
N. P. Abel, G. J. Ferland (University of Kentucky)
61.15 Where is the OVI towards the Loop I Superbubble?
S. M. Sallmen (Univ. of Wisconsin, La Crosse), E. J. Korpela (Space Sciences Lab, Univ. California at Berkeley), H. Yamashita (Univ. of Wisconsin, La Crosse)
61.16 High-Resolution Observations of Methyl Cyanide (CH3CN) toward the Hot Core Regions W51e1/e2
A. Remijan (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), E. C. Sutton, L. E. Snyder, D. N. Friedel (University of Illinois), S.-Y. Liu (Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica), C.-C. Pei (Purple Mountain Observatory, National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
61.17 The Mystery of the Deuterium Abundance in the Local Galactic Disk is Solved!
J.L. Linsky, B.E. Wood (JILA/Univ. Colorado)
61.18 FUSE Survey of Interstellar Molecular Hydrogen toward 130 Galactic Disk Sightlines
J.M. Shull, K. Anderson (Univ. Colorado, CASA), J. Tumlinson (Univ. Chicago), FUSE Science Team
61.19 FUSE Survey of Interstellar Molecular Hydrogen toward 40 High-Latitude AGN
K. Gillmon, J.M. Shull (Univ. Colorado, CASA), J. Tumlinson (Univ. Chicago)
61.20 Validity of H2 Column Density as a Kinetic Temperature Tracer
G. Shaw, G. J. Ferland (University of Kentucky), P. Stancil (University of Georgia), R. Srianand (IUCAA)

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