The GALAH survey: A census of lithium-rich giant stars

@article{Martell2021TheGS,
  title={The GALAH survey: A census of lithium-rich giant stars},
  author={Sarah L. Martell and Jeffrey D. Simpson and Adithya Balasubramaniam and Sven Buder and Sanjib Sharma and Marc Hon and Dennis Stello and Yuan-Sen Ting and Martin Asplund and Joss Bland-Hawthorn and Gayandhi M. De Silva and Kenneth C. Freeman and Michael R. Hayden and Janez Kos and Geraint F. Lewis and Karin Lind and Daniel B. Zucker and Toma{\vz} Zwitter and Simon W. Campbell and Klemen {\vC}otar and Jonathan Horner and Benjamin T. Montet and Robert A. Wittenmyer},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2021}
}
We investigate the properties of 1262 red giant stars with high photospheric abundances of lithium observed by the GALAH and K2-HERMES surveys, and discuss them in the context of proposed mechanisms for lithium enrichment and re-depletion in giant stars. We confirm that Li-rich giants are rare, making up only 1.2 per cent of our giant star sample. We use stellar parameters from the third public data release from the GALAH survey and a Bayesian isochrone analysis to divide the sample into… 

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