Cosmology Intertwined: A Review of the Particle Physics, Astrophysics, and Cosmology Associated with the Cosmological Tensions and Anomalies

@article{Abdalla2022CosmologyIA,
  title={Cosmology Intertwined: A Review of the Particle Physics, Astrophysics, and Cosmology Associated with the Cosmological Tensions and Anomalies},
  author={Elcio Abdalla and Guillermo Franco Abell'an and Amin Aboubrahim and Adriano Agnello and Ozgur Akarsu and Yashar Akrami and George Alestas and Daniel Aloni and Luca Amendola and Luis A. Anchordoqui and Richard I. Anderson and Nikki Arendse and Marika Asgari and Mario Ballardini and Vernon Barger and Spyros Basilakos and Ronaldo C. Batista and Elia S. Battistelli and Richard A. Battye and Micol Benetti and David Benisty and Asher Berlin and Paolo Bernardis and Emanuele Berti and Bohdan Bidenko and Simon Birrer and John P. Blakeslee and Kimberly K. Boddy and Clecio Roque De Bom and Alexander Bonilla and Nicolas Borghi and Franccois R. Bouchet and Matteo Braglia and Thomas Buchert and Elizabeth Buckley-Geer and Erminia Calabrese and Robert R. Caldwell and David Camarena and Salvatore Capozziello and Stefano Casertano and Geoff C-F Chen and Jens Chluba and Angela Chen and Hsin-Yu Chen and Anton Chudaykin and Michele Cicoli and Craig J Copi and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Courbin and Francis-Yan Cyr-Racine and Bożena Czerny and Maria Giovanna Dainotti and Guido D’Amico and A. C. Davis and Javier P'erez and Jaume de Haro and Jacques Delabrouille and Peter B. Denton and Suhail Dhawan and Keith R. Dienes and Eleonora Di Valentino and Pu Du and Dominique Eckert and Celia Escamilla-Rivera and A. Fert'e and Fabio Finelli and Pablo Fosalba and Wendy L. Freedman and Noemi Frusciante and Enrique Gazta{\~n}aga and William Giar{\'e} and Elena Giusarma and Adria G'omez-Valent and W. J. Handley and Ian Harrison and Luke Hart and Dhiraj Kumar Hazra and A. F. Heavens and Asta Heinesen and Hendrik Hildebrandt and Jessica C. Hill and Natalie B Hogg and Daniel E. Holz and Deanna C. Hooper and Nikoo Hosseininejad and Dragan Huterer and Mustapha Ishak and Mikhail M. Ivanov and Andrew H. Jaffe and In Sung Jang and Karsten Jedamzik and Raul Jimenez and M{\'e}lissa M. F. Joseph and Shahab Joudaki and Marc Kamionkowski and Tanvi Karwal and Lavrentios Kazantzidis and Ryan E. Keeley and Michael Klasen and Eiichiro Komatsu and L{\'e}on V. E. Koopmans and Suresh Kumar and L. Lamagna and Ruth Lazkoz and Chung-Chi Lee and Julien Lesgourgues and Jackson Levi Said and Tiffany R. Lewis and Benjamin L'Huiller and Matteo Lucca and Roy Maartens and Lucas M. Macri and Danny Marfatia and Valerio Marra and Carlos J. A. P. Martins and Silvia Masi and Sabino Matarrese and Arindam Mazumdar and Alessandro Melchiorri and Olga Mena and Laura Mersini-Houghton and James B. Mertens and Dinko Milakovi{\'c} and Yuto Minami and Vivian Miranda and Cristian Moreno-Pulido and M. Moresco and David F. Mota and Emil Mottola and Simone Mozzon and J. Muir and Ankan Mukherjee and Suvodip Mukherjee and Pavel D. Naselsky and Pran Nath and Savvas Nesseris and Florian Niedermann and Alessio Notari and Rafael C. Nunes and Eoin 'O Colg'ain and Kayla A. Owens and Emre Ozulker and Francesco Pace and Andronikos Paliathanasis and Antonella Palmese and Supriya Pan and Daniela Paoletti and Santiago Esteban Perez Bergliaffa and Leadros Perivolaropoulos and Dominic W. Pesce and Valeria Pettorino and Oliver H. E. Philcox and Levon Pogosian and Vivian Poulin and Gaspard Poulot and M. Raveri and Mark J. Reid and Fabrizio Renzi and Adam G. Riess and Vivian I. Sabla and Paolo Salucci and Vincenzo Salzano and Emmanuel N. Saridakis and Bangalore Sathyaprakash and Martin Schmaltz and Nils Schoneberg and Dan Scolnic and Anjan A. Sen and Neelima Sehgal and Arman Shafieloo and M. M. Sheikh-Jabbari and Joseph I. Silk and Alessandra Silvestri and Foteini Skara and Martin S. Sloth and Marcelle Soares-Santos and Joan Sol{\`a} Peracaula and Yu-Yang Songsheng and Jorge F. Soriano and Denitsa R. Staicova and Glenn D Starkman and Istv{\'a}n Szapudi and Elsa M. Teixera and Brooks Thomas and Tommaso Treu and Emery Trott and Carsten van de Bruck and Jose Alberto V{\'a}zquez and Licia Verde and Luca Visinelli and Deng Wang and Jian-Min Wang and Shao-Jiang Wang and Richard Watkins and Scott Watson and John K Webb and Neal Weiner and Amanda Weltman and Samuel J. Witte and Radosław Wojtak and Anil Kumar Yadav and Weiqiang Yang and Gong-Bo Zhao and Miguel Zumalac'arregui},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Astrophysics},
  year={2022}
}

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