AAS 205th Meeting, 9-13 January 2005
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Session 139. The Ionized ISM: Observations and Theory

Poster, Thursday, January 13, 2005, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall

139.01 The First Detection of Diffuse Interstellar [OII] Emission from the Milky Way using Spatial Heterodyne Spectroscopy
E.J. Mierkiewicz, F.L. Roesler (University of Wisconsin-Madison), J.M. Harlander (St. Cloud State University), R.J. Reynolds, K.P. Jaehnig (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
139.02 Unresolved H\alpha Enhancements at High Galactic Latitude in the WHAM Sky Survey Maps
V. Chaudhary, R. J. Reynolds, G. J. Madsen, L. M. Haffner (UW Madison)
139.03 WHAM Multiwavelength Observations of the Zeta Oph H II Region
R.I. Baker (ETSU), L.M. Haffner, R.J. Reynolds, G.J. Madsen (UW-Madison)
139.04 First Results on the Diffuse Ionized Hydrogen Emission from the Galactic Plane with Cryogenic Solid Fabry-Perot Spectrometer.
A.K. Kutyrev (SSAI/NASA's GSFC), C.L. Bennett, S.H. Moseley (NASA's GSFC), D. Rapchun (GST/NASA's GSFC), K. Stewart (NRL)
139.05 Simulating HII Emission with a Sphere and Shell Model
L. Kinnaman (Wittenberg University), M. Lebron (Arecibo Observatory)
139.06 A Complete Model Helium Atom: Theoretical Emissivities, the Case B Approximation, and the Primordial Helium Abundance
R. L. Porter, R. P. Bauman, K. B. MacAdam, G. J. Ferland (University of Kentucky, Department of Physic and Astronomy)
139.07 Cloudy 96
G. J. Ferland (University of Kentucky)
139.08 Ultracompact H II Regions Formed by Gravitational Collapse in Expanding Shells of Larger H II Regions
M.-M. Mac Low, J. Toraskar (Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist), J. S. Oishi (AMNH / U. Va.), T. Abel (KIPAC, Stanford)
139.09 Broad Radio Recombination Lines from Hypercompact H II Regions
M. Sewilo (University of Wisconsin-Madison), E. Churchwell (University of Wisconsin - Madison), S. Kurtz (UNAM - Morelia), W.M. Goss (NRAO), P. Hofner (NRAO and New Mexico Tech)
139.10 The Local Origin X-rays (LOX) Project: Solar Wind Charge Exchange and the Soft X-ray Background
B.J. Wargelin, A. Dalgarno, R.J. Edgar, M. Juda, V. Kharchenko, P.P. Plucinsky, J.C. Raymond, J.D. Slavin (CfA), T.E. Cravens (U. of Kansas)
139.11 The Origin of the Large zeta Persei Cosmic-Ray Ionization Rate
J. Scalo (Univ. Texas at Austin), P. Padoan (Univ.Calif. San Diego)
139.12 Milliarcsecond Images of the Ionized ISM From Pulsar Scintillation
C. T. Asplund, D. E. Berwick, D. R. Stinebring (Oberlin), M. A. Walker (Sydney University)
139.13 Simulation of Radio Wave Propagation Through the Turbulent ISM
M. L. Rudolph, K. A. Allen (Oberlin), T. J. W. Lazio (NRL), D. R. Stinebring (Oberlin)
139.14 Supersonic Turbulence: Intermittency, and Simulations with Adaptive Meshes
A. G. Kritsuk, M. L. Norman, P. Padoan (UCSD)
139.15 Magnetic Fields in the Star Forming Region S88B
A. P. Sarma (DePaul University), C. L. Brogan (IfA, Hawaii), T. Bourke (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), T. H. Troland (University of Kentucky), R. M. Crutcher (University of Illinois), P. C. Myers (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
139.16 Studies of Interstellar and Circumstellar Magnetic Field with Aligned Atoms
A. Lazarian, H. Yan (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
139.17 Amplification of Interstellar Magnetic Fields by Supernova-Driven Turbulence and the Role of Dynamical Chaos
D. Balsara (Univ. of Notre Dame)
139.18 Building an Equilibrium Distribution for the Simulation of Coupled Rayleigh-Taylor and Self-Gravity Driven Interfacial Instabilities
R.M. Hueckstaedt (Los Alamos National Laboratory), J.H. Hunter, Jr. (University of Florida)

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