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Low-metallicity star formation : from the first stars to dwarf galaxies : proceedings of the 255th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union held in Rapallo (Genova), Italy, June 16-20, 2008 / edited by Leslie K. Hunt, Suzanne C. Madden and Raffaella Schneider.

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Corporate Author:
International Astronomical Union. Symposium (255th : 2008 : Rapallo, Italy)
Language:
English.
Publication date:
2008
Imprint:
Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Format:
  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • xxi, 414 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Title Variation:
Proceedings of the 255th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents:
  • Preface-- SOC and LOC-- Participants-- Life at the conference-- Conference photo-- Session I. Population III and Metal-Free Star Formation: 1. Open questions in the study of population III star formation S. C. O. Glover, P. C. Clark, T. H. Greif, J. L. Johnson, V. Bromm, R. S. Klessen and A. Stacy-- 2. Protostar formation in the early universe Naoki Yoshida-- 3. Population III.1 stars: formation, feedback and evolution of the IMF Jonathan C. Tan-- 4. The formation of the first galaxies and the transition to low-mass star formation T. H. Greif, D. R. G. Schleicher, J. L. Johnson, A.-K. Jappsen, R. S. Klessen, P. C. Clark, S. C. O. Glover, A. Stacy and V. Bromm-- 5. Low-metallicity star formation: the characteristic mass and upper mass limit Kazuyuki Omukai-- 6. Dark stars: dark matter in the first stars leads to a new phase of stellar evolution Katherine Freese, Douglas Spolyar, Anthony Aguirre, Peter Bodenheimer, Paolo Gondolo, J. A. Sellwood and Naoki Yoshida-- 7. Effects of dark matter annihilation on the first stars F. Iocco, A. Bressan, E. Ripamonti, R. Schneider, A. Ferrara and P. Marigo-- 8. Searching for Pop III stars and galaxies at high redshift Daniel Schaerer-- 9. The search for population III stars Sperello di Serego Alighieri, Jaron Kurk, Benedetta Ciardi, Andrea Cimatti, Emanuele Daddi and Andrea Ferrara-- 10. Observational search for population III stars in high-redshift galaxies Tohru Nagao-- Session II. Metal Enrichment, Chemical Evolution, and Feedback: 11. Cosmic metal enrichment Andrea Ferrara-- 12. Insights into the origin of the galaxy mass-metallicity relation Henry Lee, Eric F. Bell and Rachel S. Somerville-- 13. LSD and AMAZE: the mass-metallicity relation at z > 3 F. Mannucci and R. Maiolino-- 14. Three modes of metal-enriched star formation at high redshift Britton D. Smith, Matthew J. Turk, Steinn Sigurdsson, Brian W. O'Shea and Michael L. Norman-- 15. Primordial supernovae and the assembly of the first galaxies Daniel Whalen, Bob Van Veelen, Brian W. O'Shea and Michael L. Norman-- 16. Damped Lyalpha systems as probes of chemical evolution over cosmological timescales Miroslava Dessauges-Zavadsky-- 17. Connecting high-redshift galaxy populations through observations of local damped Lyman alpha dwarf galaxies Regina E. Schulte-Ladbeck-- 18. Chemical enrichment and feedback in low metallicity environments: constraints on galaxy formation Francesca Matteucci-- 19. Effects of reionization on dwarf galaxy formation Massimo Ricotti-- 20. The importance of following the evolution of the dust in galaxies on their SEDs A. Schurer, F. Calura, L. Silva, A. Pipino, G. L. Granato, F. Matteucci and R. Maiolino-- 21. About the chemical evolution of dSphs (and the peculiar globular cluster omegaCen) Andrea Marcolini and Annibale D'Ercole-- 22. Young star clusters in the small Magellanic cloud: impact of local and global conditions on star formation Elena Sabbi, Linda J. Smith, Lynn R. Carlson, Antonella Nota, Monca Tosi, Michele Cignoni, Jay S. Gallagher III, Marco Sirianni and Margaret Meixner-- 23. Modeling the ISM properties of metal-poor galaxies and gamma-ray burst hosts Emily M. Levesque, Lisa J. Kewley, Kirsten Larson and Leonie Snijders-- 24. Dwarf galaxies and the magnetisation of the IGM Uli Klein-- Session III. Explosive Events in Low-Metallicity Environments: 25. Supernovae and their evolution in a low metallicity ISM Roger A. Chevalier-- 26. First stars - type Ib supernovae connection Ken'ichi Nomoto, Masaomi Tanaka, Yasuomi Kamiya, Nozomu Tominaga and Keiichi Maeda-- 27. Supernova nucleosynthesis in the early universe Nozomu Tominaga, Hideyuki Umeda, Keiichi Maeda, Ken'ichi Nomoto and Nobuyuki Iwamoto-- 28. Powerful explosions at Z = 0? Sylvia Ekstrom, Georges Meynet, Raphael Hirschi and Andre Maeder-- 29. Wind anisotropy and stellar evolution Cyril Georgy, Georges Meynet and Andre Maeder-- 30. Low-mass and metal-poor gamma-ray burst host galaxies Sandra Savaglio--.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Publisher's Summary:
Although low-mass metal-poor galaxies in the local universe have often been proposed as the 'primordial building blocks' in the hierarchical scenario of structure formation, several lines of evidence suggest that this may not be true. Moreover, it is not clear to what extent dwarf galaxies, because they are metal poor and because of their kinematics and structure, can tell us about how star formation proceeded in the early universe. This volume provides an overview and the most recent advances in this debate. IAU Symposium 255 presents the most up-to-date developments in six key areas, including: Population III and metal-free star formation; metal-enrichment, chemical evolution and feedback; explosive events in low-metallicity environments; dust and gas as seeds for metal-poor star formation; metal-poor initial mass functions, stellar evolution and star-formation histories; and low-metallicity star formation in the local universe. This overview is at a level suitable for research astronomers and graduate students.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Contributor:
Hunt, Leslie K.
Madden, Suzanne C.
Schneider, Raffaella.
Series:
IAU symposium proceedings series, 1743-9213 ; no. 255
IAU symposium and colloquium proceedings series no. 255.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780521889865
0521889863

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