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The H i Parkes All Sky Survey (Hipass) is a blind extragalactic H i 21-cm emission line survey covering the whole southern sky from declination −90 • to +25 •. The Hipass catalogue (Hicat), containing 4315 H i-selected galaxies from the region south of decli-nation +2 • , is presented in Meyer et al. (2004a, Paper I). This paper describes in detail the(More)
The Hi Parkes All-Sky Survey (Hipass) Catalogue forms the largest uniform catalogue of Hi sources compiled to date, with 4,315 sources identified purely by their Hi content. The catalogue data comprise the southern region δ < +2 • of Hipass, the first blind Hi survey to cover the entire southern sky. RMS noise for this survey is 13 mJy beam −1 and the(More)
Photosystem II (PSII) herbicides have been detected in nearshore tropical waters such as those of the Great Barrier Reef and may add to the pressure posed by runoff containing sediments and nutrients to threatened seagrass habitats. There is a growing number of studies into the potential effects of herbicides on seagrass, generally using large experimental(More)
The Northern HIPASS catalogue (NHICAT) is the northern extension of the HIPASS catalogue, HICAT. This extension adds the sky area between the declination (Dec.) range of +2◦ < δ < +25◦30′ to HICAT’s Dec. range of −90◦ < δ < +2◦. HIPASS is a blind H I survey using the Parkes Radio Telescope covering 71 per cent of the sky (including this northern extension)(More)
The purpose of this work is to highlight the importance of taking into account the two-way interaction between flame and acoustics in the prediction of combustion noise generated by enclosed turbulent flames. It is argued that in general the power spectral density (PSD) of noise inside a combustion chamber can be determined accurately only if the influence(More)
Three discrete linking transitions were observed between the yrast superdeformed (SD) band and states of normal deformation (ND) in the nucleus 84 Zr. This is the first observation of links in the mass-80 SD region. The properties of the decay out of the SD well in 84 Zr are compared with those in other SD mass regions. Calculations suggest that there is(More)
We present the largest catalogue to date of optical counterparts for H I radio-selected galaxies, HOPCAT. Of the 4315 H I radio-detected sources from the H I Parkes All Sky Survey (HIPASS) catalogue, we find optical counterparts for 3618 (84 per cent) galaxies. Of these, 1798 (42 per cent) have confirmed optical velocities and 848 (20 per cent) are single(More)
We present the largest catalogue to date of optical counterparts for HI radio-selected galaxies, Hopcat. Of the 4315 HI radio-detected sources from the HI Parkes All Sky Survey (Hipass) catalogue, we find optical counterparts for 3618 (84%) galaxies. Of these, 1798 (42%) have confirmed optical velocities and 848 (20%) are single matches without confirmed(More)
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