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An automatically generated list of publications by Willman, B.

Refereed Publications - updated August 2010

  1. Zolotov, A., Willman, B. Brooks, A., Governato, F., Hogg, D. W., Shen, S., Wadsley, J. 2010, The Dual Origin of Stellar Halos II: Chemical Abundances as Tracers of Formation History, ApJ accepted
  2. Sand, D. J., Seth, A., Olszewski, E. W., Willman, B., Zaritsky, D., & Kalli- vayalil, N. 2010, A Deeper Look at Leo IV: Star Formation History and Extended Structure, ApJ, 718, 530
  3. Munoz, R. R., Geha, M., & Willman B. 2010, Turning the Tides on the Ultra-Faint Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies: Coma Berenices and Ursa Major II, AJ, 140, 138
  4. Governato, F. et al – Willman 8th of 11 authors, 2010, Bulgeless dwarf galaxies and dark matter cores from supernova-driven outflows, Nature, 463, 7278, 203
  5. Willman, B., 2010, In Pursuit of the Least Luminous Galaxies, Advances in Astronomy, vol. 2010, Article ID 285454, 11 pages, 2010. doi:10.1155/2010/285454.
  6. Frebel, A., Simon, J. D., Geha, M., & Willman, B. 2010, High-Resolution Spectroscopy of Extremely Metal-Poor Stars in the Least Evolved Galaxies: Ursa Major II and Coma Berenices, ApJ, 708, 560
  7. Sand, D. J. Olszewski, E. W., Willman, B., Zaritsky, D., Seth, A., Harris, J., Piatek, S., &, Saha, A. 2009 The Star Formation History and Extended Structure of the Hercules Milky Way Satellite, ApJ, 704, 898
  8. Governato, F., et al. – Willman, B. 5th of 11 authors 2009, Forming a Large Disk Galaxy from a z<1 Major Merger, MNRAS, 398, 312
  9. Zolotov, A., Willman, B., Brooks, A. M., Governato, F., Brook, C. B., Hogg, D. W., Quinn, T., & Stinson, G. 2009, The Dual Origin of Stellar Halos, ApJ, 702, 1058
  10. Geha, M., Willman, B., Simon, J. D., Strigari, L. E., Kirby, E. N., Law, D. R., & Strader, J. 2009, The Least-Luminous Galaxy: Spectroscopy of the Milky Way Satellite Segue 1, ApJ, 692, 1464
  11. Walsh, S. M., Willman, B., & Jerjen, H. 2009, The Invisibles: A Detection Algorithm to Trace the Faintest Milky Way Satellites, AJ, 137, 450
  12. Brook, C. B., Governato, F., Quinn, T., Wadsley, J., Brooks, A. M., Willman, B., Stilp, A., & Jonsson, P. 2008, The Formation of Polar Disk Galaxies, ApJ, 689, 678
  13. Tollerud, E. J., Bullock, J. S., Strigari, L. E., & Willman, B. 2008, Hundreds of Milky Way Satellites? Luminosity Bias in the Satellite Luminosity Function, ApJ, 688, 277
  14. Walsh, S., Willman, B., Sand, D., Harris, J., Seth, A., Zaritsky, D., & Jerjen, H., 2008, Bootes II ReBooted: An MMT/MegaCam Study of An Ultra-Faint Milky Way Satellite, ApJ, 688, 245
  15. Strigari, L., Bullock, J., Kaplinghat, M., Simon, J., Geha, M., Willman, B., & Walker, M., 2008, A common mass scale for satellite galaxies of the Milky Way, Nature 454:1096-1097, 2008
  16. Strigari, L. E., Koushiappas, S. M., Bullock, J. S., Kaplinghat, M., Simon, J. D., Geha, M., & Willman, B. 2008, The Most Dark Matter Dominated Galax- ies: Predicted Gamma-ray Signals from the Faintest Milky Way Dwarfs, ApJ, 678, 641
  17. Younger, J., Besla, G., Cox T. J., Hernquist, L, Robertson B., & Willman, B., 2008, On the Origin of Dynamically Cold Rings Around the Milky Way, ApJL, 676, 21
  18. Walsh, S., Jerjen, H. & Willman B., 2007, A Pair of Bootes: A New Milky Way Satellite, ApJL, 662, 883
  19. Brooks, A., Governato, F., Booth, C., Willman B., Gardner, J.P., Wadsley, J., Stinson, G., & Quinn, T., 2007, The Origin and Evolution of the Mass-Metallicity Relationship for Galaxies: Results from Cosmological N-Body Simulations, ApJL, 655, 17
  20. Governato, F., Willman, B., Mayer, L. Brooks, A., Stinson, G., Valenzuela, O. Wadsley, J., & Quinn, T., 2007, Forming Disk Galaxies in Lambda CDM Sim- ulations, MNRAS, 374, 1479
  21. Zucker, D et al. – (Willman, B. 19th of 32 authors), 2006, A New Milky Way Dwarf Satellite in Canes Venatici, ApJL, 643, 103
  22. Belokurov, V et al. – (Willman, B. 10th of 33 authors), 2006, A Faint New Milky Way Satellite in Bootes, ApJL, 647, 111
  23. Zucker, D et al. – (Willman, B. 11th of 33 authors), 2006, A Curious Milky Way Satellite in Ursa Major, ApJL, 650, 41
  24. Willman, B., Dalcanton, J. J., Martinez-Delgado, D., West, A., Blanton, M., Hogg, D.W., 2005, A New Milky Way Dwarf Galaxy in Ursa Major, ApJL, 626, 85
  25. Willman, B., Blanton, M., West, A., Dalcanton, J.J., Hogg, D.W., Schneider, D., Wherry, N., Yanny, B., Brinkmann, J., 2005, A New Milky Way Companion: Unusual Globular Cluster or Extreme Dwarf Satellite?, AJ, 129, 2692
  26. . Willman, B., Governato, F., Dalcanton, J.J., Reed, D., Quinn, T., 2004, The Observed and Predicted Spatial Distribution of Milky Way Satellites, MNRAS, 353, 639
  27. Willman, B., Governato, F., Mayer, L., Quinn, T., 2004, The Origin and Evolution of Intracluster Stars, MNRAS, 355, 159
  28. Governato, F., Mayer, L., Wadsley, J., Gardner, J. P., Willman, B., Hayashi, E., Quinn, T., Stadel, J., & Lake, G. 2004, The Formation of a Realistic Disk Galaxy in Lambda Dominated Cosmologies, ApJ, 607, 688
  29. Willman, B., Dalcanton, J., Ivezi ́c, Zˇ., Schneider, D. P., & York, D. G., 2002, An SDSS Survey for Dwarf Galaxy Companions to the Milky Way II: High-Velocity Clouds in the EDR, AJ, 124, 2600
  30. Willman, B., Dalcanton, J., Ivezi ́c, Zˇ, Jackson, T., Lupton, R., Brinkmann, J., Hennessy, G., & Hindsley, R., 2002, An SDSS Survey for Dwarf Galaxy Com- panions to the Milky Way I: Detection Limits, AJ, 123, 848
  31. Helfand, D. J., Stone, R. P. S., Willman, B., White, R. L., Becker, R. H., Price, T., Gregg, M. D., & McMahon, R. G. 2001, Long-Term Optical Variability of Radio-selected Quasars from the FIRST Survey, AJ, 121, 1872 2
  32. Ivezi ́c, Zˇ., et al. 2000, Candidate RR Lyrae Stars Found in Sloan Digital Sky Survey Commissioning Data, AJ, 120, 963