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The Metallicity of High Redshift Galaxies: The Abundance of Zinc in 34 Damped Lyman Alpha Systems from z = 0.7 to 3.4
Max Pettini; Linda J. Smith; David L. King; Richard W. Hunstead;
11 Apr 1997
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Element Abundances at High Redshifts: The N/O Ratio in a Primeval Galaxy
Max Pettini; Keith Lipman; Richard W. Hunstead;
16 Feb 1995
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Lyman alpha Emission from High-Redshift Galaxies
Max Pettini; Richard W. Hunstead David L. King; Linda J. Smith;
16 Feb 1995
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The extraordinary radio galaxy MRC B1221-423: probing deeper at radio and optical wavelengths
Helen M. Johnston; Jess W. Broderick; Garret Cotter; Raffaella Morganti; Richard W. Hunstead;
6 May 2010
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Optical Spectra of Flat-Spectrum ICRF Radio Sources
Oleg Titov; Laura M. Stanford; Helen M. Johnston; Tapio Pursimo; Richard W. Hunstead; David L. Jauncey; K. Maslennikov; A. Boldycheva;
14 May 2013
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Multi-Scale Probability Mapping: groups, clusters and an algorithmic search for filaments in SDSS
Anthony G. Smith; Andrew M. Hopkins; Richard W. Hunstead; Kevin A. Pimbblet;
3 Jan 2012
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The Phoenix Deep Survey: Extremely Red Galaxies and Cluster Candidates
Anthony G. Smith; Andrew M. Hopkins; Richard W. Hunstead; Samuel J. Schmidt; José Afonso; Antonis E. Georgakakis; Lawrence E. Cram; Bahram Mobasher; Mark Sullivan;
24 Apr 2008
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On the relationship between a giant radio galaxy MSH 05-22 and the ambient large-scale galaxy structure
Ravi Subrahmanyan; Lakshmi Saripalli; Vicky Safouris; Richard W. Hunstead;
25 Jan 2008
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MRC B1221-423: a compact steep-spectrum radio source in a merging galaxy
Helen M. Johnston; Richard W. Hunstead; Garret Cotter; Elaine M. Sadler;
7 Oct 2004   /  Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 356 (2005) 515-523
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Molecular gas at high redshift: jet-induced star formation?
Ilana J. Klamer; Ron D. Ekers; Elaine M. Sadler; Richard W. Hunstead;
2 Aug 2004   /  Astrophys.J. 612 (2004) L97
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Tunable-filter imaging of quasar fields at z~1. I. A cluster around MRC B0450-221
Joanne C. Baker; Richard W. Hunstead; Malcolm N. Bremer; Joss Bland-Hawthorn; Ramana M. Athreya; Jordi Barr;
14 Dec 2000
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Starburst or Seyfert? Adding a radio and far-infrared perspective to the investigation of activity in composite galaxies
Tanya L. Hill; Charlene A. Heisler; Ray P. Norris; John E. Reynolds; Richard W. Hunstead;
16 Sep 2000
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Optical Spectroscopy of GX339-4 during the High-Soft and Low-Hard States II: Line Ionisation and Emission Region
Kinwah Wu; Roberto Soria; Richard W. Hunstead; Helen M. Johnston;
1 Aug 2000   /  Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 320 (2001) 177
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The Molonglo Reference Catalog 1-Jy radio source survey IV. Optical spectroscopy of a complete quasar sample
Joanne C. Baker; Richard W. Hunstead; Vijay K. Kapahi; C.R. Subrahmanya;
25 Feb 1999
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Starburst or Seyfert? Using near-infrared spectroscopy to measure the activity in composite galaxies
Tanya L. Hill; Charlene A. Heisler; Ralph Sutherland; Richard W. Hunstead;
23 Oct 1998
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Measuring the Motion of the Black Hole in GRO J16550-40
Roberto Soria; Dayal T. Wickramasinghe; Richard W. Hunstead; Kinwah Wu;
13 Dec 1997
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17.
Dust in High Redshift Galaxies
Max Pettini; David L King; Linda J Smith; Richard W Hunstead;
18 Jul 1996
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