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Stars form from cold molecular interstellar gas. As this is relatively rare in the local Universe, galaxies like the Milky Way form only a few new stars per year. Typical massive galaxies in the distant Universe formed stars an order of magnitude more rapidly. Unless star formation was significantly more efficient, this difference suggests that young(More)
[1] Morainal banks are primary features at the margins of advancing and stable to quasi-stable temperate tidewater glaciers, yet their roles in glacier dynamics and terminus stability are poorly defined by submarine observations. Analysis of new and archival multibeam data and Landsat images of the advancing Hubbard Glacier, southeast Alaska, reveal that(More)
We report matched resolution, imaging spectroscopy of the CO 3-2 line (with the IRAM Plateau de Bure millimeter interferometer) and of the Hα line (with LUCI at the Large Binocular Telescope [LBT]) in the massive z=1.53 main-sequence galaxy EGS13011166, as part of the " Plateau de Bure high-z, blue-sequence survey " (PHIBSS: Tacconi et al. 2013). We combine(More)
  • M Davis
  • 1998
We review the current status of our knowledge of cosmic velocity fields, on both small and large scales. A new statistic is described that characterizes the incoherent, thermal component of the velocity field on scales less than 2h-1 Mpc (h is H0/100 km.s-1.Mpc-1, where H0 is the Hubble constant and 1 Mpc = 3.09 x 10(22) m) and smaller. The derived velocity(More)
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