Let the Lead authors know if you are interested to contribute.
Send Barb Whitney your
new ideas. See the last bullet for Authorship rules.
Barb Whitney: Glimpse360 Overview. Extreme draft
(outline) is here.
Bob Benjamin: Galactic Structure
Dust and Galactic Structure
Cosmos Yeh, Sheng-Yuan Liu: 3-D extinction mapping from SED
fitting. Search for IRDCs?
Chris Brunt, Doug Marshall: 3-D extinction mapping
Gail Zasowski, David Nidever, & Steve Majewski: 3-D dust
mapping and Galactic structure
Sergio Molinari et al: 3D dust ISM decomposition using
Jacco van Loon, Martha Boyer:
giants and galactic structure
2. Extreme carbon stars
Margaret Meixner: Evolved stars, analyzing using
"GRAMS" grid of SEDs.
Jon Mauerhan, Schuyler Van Dyk and Nathan Smith: Wolf-Rayet
stars, characterizing the known, and finding new ones.
Tom Robitaille, Claudia Cyganowski: YSO outflows
Sergio Molinari: SEDs of YSOs throughout the galaxy using GLIMPSE
& HI-GAL. characterization of YSO evolutionary stages
in a statistically significant sense considering different
galactocentric distances, spiral arm proximity etc.
Joe Mottram: W5 star forming region, comparison to JCMT Harp 13CO
and C18O data
2. Star formation surrounding single O-star HII regions.Complements CO and submm observations on a number of regions
Matt Povich: W3 star formation.Include
warm mission data.Compare results with
just Gl360 data to test out methods to use on other star forming
regions.Also x-ray analysis.
Rho and anyone else interested: star formation in the outer
arm. no lead identified yet.
Ed Churchwell: H II regions vs wind-blown bubbles from morphology
Bruce Elmegreen: statistics of bubbles and IRDCs, relating to
triggering and turbulence.
Phil Lucas and Basmah Riaz:
1. GLIMPSE360 + UKIDDS GPS cross match
2. Red objects in GLIMPSE360 + UKIDSS.
Hamm, Majewski et al: star cluster search
Jeonghee Rho and William Reach: Supernova remnants to search for
any detection in band 2 (4.5 um). This will infer shocked H2
Datasets you might want to use:
Lucas: UKIDDS GPS
WISE data: we are mosaicing available images currently
Since our data products will be publicly available, we don't have
strict authorship rules. They are simply common sense. A
few of us have worked hard to plan the observations, process the data,
check the data, and make the products available. Those are
Marilyn Meade, Brian Babler, Christer Watson, Barbara Whitney, Bob
Benjamin, and Ed Churchwell. If you would like to include
those people on early papers, we would likely agree and appreciate
it. For the overview paper, my requirement for authorship is that
you have to read the paper and send comments on it.