Morava K-theories and localisation

@article{Hovey1999MoravaKA,
  title={Morava K-theories and localisation},
  author={Mark Hovey and Neil P. Strickland},
  journal={Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society},
  year={1999},
  volume={139},
  pages={0-0}
}
Introduction Basic definitions $E$ theory $K$-injective spectra Generalised Moore spectra Bousfield classes The $E(n)$-local category General properties of the $K(n)$-local category Smallness and duality Homology and cohomology functors Brown-Comenetz duality The natural topology Dualisable spectra $K$-nilpotent spectra Grading over the Picard group Examples Questions and conjectures Completion Small objects in other categories References Index. 
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