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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Keith M. Ashman
    Pages 3-15
  3. Enrico Vesperini
    Pages 16-21
  4. Henny J. G. L. M. Lamers, Stratos G. Boutloukos
    Pages 22-27
  5. Nate Bastian, Henny J. G. L. M. Lamers
    Pages 28-31
  6. Yuexing Li, Ralf S. Klessen, Mordecai-Mark Mac Low
    Pages 32-35
  7. Geneviève Parmentier, Richard de Grijs, Gerry F. Gilmore
    Pages 36-39
  8. Sabine Mengel
    Pages 43-53
  9. Søren S. Larsen
    Pages 54-59
  10. Morten Andersen, Hans Zinnecker, Bernhard Brandl, Georges Meylan, Andrea Moneti
    Pages 72-75
  11. Miriam Rengel, Gustavo Bruzual
    Pages 76-80
  12. Duncan A. Forbes
    Pages 95-100
  13. Jean P. Brodie, Søren S. Larsen
    Pages 101-106
  14. Boris Dirsch, Tom Richtler, Doug Geisler, J. C. Forte, L. P. Bassino, W. P. Gieren
    Pages 107-112
  15. Gretchen L. H. Harris, Doug Geisler, William E. Harris, James E. Hesser, Mike Reid, Margaret Milne et al.
    Pages 113-116
  16. M. Kissler-Patig, T. H. Puzia, R. Bender, P. Goudfrooij, M. Hempel, C. Maraston et al.
    Pages 117-120
  17. Harald Kuntschner, Bodo L. Ziegler, R. M. Sharples, Guy Worthey, Klaus J. Fricke
    Pages 121-124
  18. Maren Hempel, Markus Kissler-Patig, Michael Hilker, Thomas H. Puzia, Jean P. Brodie, Paul Goudfrooij et al.
    Pages 125-128
  19. Eric W. Peng, Holland C. Ford, Kenneth C. Freeman
    Pages 129-132
  20. Marina Rejkuba, Dante Minniti, Jeremy R. Walsh
    Pages 133-136
  21. G. Trancho, B. Miller, F. Schweizer, B. Whitmore
    Pages 137-140
  22. Pauline Barmby
    Pages 143-154
  23. Enrico V. Held, Alessia Moretti, Luciana Federici, Carla Cacciari, Luca Rizzi, Vincenzo Testa
    Pages 161-166
  24. Alessia Moretti, Enrico V. Held, Luca Rizzi, Vincenzo Testa, Luciana Federici, Carla Cacciari
    Pages 167-170
  25. Michael Hilker
    Pages 173-178
  26. Cristiano Da Rocha, Claudia Mendes de Oliveira, Michael Bolte, Bodo L. Ziegler, Thomas H. Puzia
    Pages 179-184
  27. Knut A. G. Olsen, Bryan W. Miller, Robert A. Schommer, Nick B. Suntzeff, John Bright
    Pages 185-190
  28. Cláudia Mendes de Oliveira, Cristiano Da Rocha, Carlos R. Rabaça, Daniel N. E. Pereira, Michael Bolte
    Pages 191-195
  29. Bryan W. Miller
    Pages 199-210
  30. Jennifer Lotz, Bryan Miller, Henry Ferguson, Massimo Stiavelli
    Pages 211-216
  31. Mark I. Wilkinson, Jarrod R. Hurley, A. Dougal Mackey, Gerry F. Gilmore
    Pages 217-223
  32. Margarita E. Sharina, Olga K. Silchenko, Aleksandr N. Burenkov
    Pages 230-233
  33. Claudia Maraston
    Pages 237-248
  34. Sukyoung K. Yi
    Pages 249-254
  35. Sukyoung K. Yi, Pierre Demarque, Yong-Cheol Kim
    Pages 255-256
  36. Peter Anders, Richard de Grijs, Uta Fritze - v. Alvensleben
    Pages 257-260
  37. Hyun-chul Lee, Young-Wook Lee, Brad K. Gibson
    Pages 261-266
  38. Thomas H. Puzia
    Pages 267-274
  39. Stephen E. Zepf
    Pages 283-292
  40. Kathy Perrett, Dave Hanes, Terry Bridges, David Stiff
    Pages 299-304
  41. Terry Bridges, Ken Freeman, Katherine Rhode, Steve Zepf
    Pages 305-309
  42. Aaron J. Romanowsky, Nigel G. Douglas, Konrad Kuijken, Magda Arnaboldi, Markus Kissler-Patig, Ray M. Sharples et al.
    Pages 310-313

About these proceedings

Introduction

Dramatic progress is a trademark of the recent study of globular cluster systems. Considerations about the formation and evolution compose the first chapter, followed by a chapter on young star clusters. Then come four chapters reviewing the globular cluster system of early-type, late-type and dwarf galaxies, as well as of groups of galaxies. One chapter is dedicated to stellar population models and their applications to the field. Finally a chapter reviews the kinematics of galaxies derived from globular cluster systems and another their role in the context of galaxy formation and evolution studies. As a whole, the book gives an up-to-date view of the field at the beginning of the new decade, which will without doubt again bring significant progress in our understanding of globular cluster systems and galaxy formation and evolution.

Keywords

Dwarf Galaxy Early-Type Galaxy Galaxy Formation Galaxy Group Globular Cluster Late-Type Galaxy Star Cluster Starburst Galaxy Stellar Population Model galaxy Population star star cluster stellar

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b82982
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag 2003
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-40472-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-45044-3
  • Series Print ISSN 1431-2433
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-6143
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