Physics Department faculty conduct research which contributes to the creation of new knowledge based in the most basic laws that govern the behavior of nature. Their research programs involve undergraduate students and international opportunities for collaborations with academics, industry, and governmental organizations.
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Submissions from 2021
A Local Baseline of the Black Hole Mass Scaling Relations for Active Galaxies. IV. Correlations Between MBH and Host Galaxy σ, Stellar Mass, and Luminosity, Vardha N. Bennert, Tommaso Treu, Xuheng Ding, et al.
Hα Reverberation Mapping of the Intermediate-mass Active Galactic Nucleus in NGC 4395, Hojin Cho, Jong-Hak Woo, Tommaso Treu, et al.
Potential Environmental Effects of Deepwater Floating Offshore Wind Energy Facilities, Hayley Farr, Benjamin Ruttenberg, Ryan K. Walter, et al.
Space Telescope and Optical Reverberation Mapping Project. IX. Velocity–Delay Maps for Broad Emission Lines in NGC 5548, Keith Horne, G. De Rosa, B. M. Peterson, et al.
Assessing Stream-Aquifer Connectivity in a Coastal California Watershed, Bwalya Malama, Devin Pritchard-Peterson, John J. Jasbinsek, et al.
Effects of Estuary-Wide Seagrass Loss on Fish Populations, Jennifer K. O'Leary, Maurice C. Goodman, Ryan K. Walter, et al.
Scenarios for Offshore Wind Power Production for Central California Call Areas, Yi-Hui Wang, Ryan K. Walter, Crow White, et al.
Submissions from 2020
Seasonal and Interannual Variability of Phytoplankton Abundance and Community Composition on the Central Coast of California, Alex Barth, Ryan K. Walter, Ian C. Robbins, et al.
LLAMA: The MBH–σ⋆ Relation of the Most Luminous Local AGNs, Turgay Caglar, Leonard Burtscher, Bernhard Brandl, et al.
The Mass Relations between Supermassive Black Holes and Their Host Galaxies at 1 < z < 2 with HST-WFC3, Xuheng Ding, John Silverman, Tommaso Treu, et al.
An [O III] Search for Extended Emission around AGN with HI Mapping: A Distant Cloud Ionized by Mkn 1, Erin Darnell Knese, William C. Keel, Greg Knese, et al.
A Significant Excess in Major Merger Rate for AGNs with the Highest Eddington Ratios at z < 0.2, Victor Marian, Knud Jahnke, Irham Andika, et al.
Hydrologic Response of a Montane Meadow from Conifer Removal and Upslope Forest Thinning, Christopher Surfleet, Noel Fie, and John Jasbinsek
Machine Learning Based Predictions of Dissolved Oxygen in a Small Coastal Embayment, Manuel Valera, Ryan K. Walter, Barbara A. Bailey, et al.
Abalone Recruitment in Abalone Recruitment in Low-Density and Aggregated Populations Facing Climatic Stress, Ryan K. Walter
Large-scale Erosion Driven by Intertidal Eelgrass Loss in an Estuarine Environment, Ryan K. Walter, Jennifer K. O'Leary, Sean Vitousek, et al.
Space Telescope and Optical Reverberation Mapping Project. XII. Broad-line Region Modeling of NGC 5548, P. R. Williams, A. Pancoast, T. Treu, et al.
Submissions from 2019
A Single Fast Radio Burst Localized to a Massive Galaxy at Cosmological Distance, K. W. Bannister, A. T. Deller, C. Phillips, et al.
Validation of the Nonhydrostatic General Curvilinear Coastal Ocean Mode (GCCOM) for Stratified Flows, Mariangel Garcia, Paul Choboter, Ryan K. Walter, et al.
Jet-driven Galaxy-scale Gas Outflows in the Hyperluminous Quasar 3C 273, Bernd Husemann, Vardha Nicola Bennert, Knud Jahnke, et al.
AGN Photoionization of Gas in Companion Galaxies as a Probe of AGN Radiation in Time and Direction, William C. Keel, Vardha Nicola Bennert, Anna Pancoast, et al.
Space Telescope and Optical Reverberation Mapping Project. VIII. Time Variability of Emission and Absorption in NGC5548 Based on Modeling the Ultraviolet Spectrum, G. A. Kriss, G. De Rosa, J. Ely, et al.
The Lick AGN Monitoring Project 2011: Photometric Light Curves, Anna Pancoast, Andreas Skielboe, Liuyi Pei, et al.
The Seoul National University AGN Monitoring Project. II. BLR Size and Black Hole Mass of Two AGNs, Suvendu Rakshit, Jong-Hak Woo, Elena Gallo, et al.
Feature Identification in Time Series Data Sets, Justin Shaw, Marek Stastna, Aaron Coutino, et al.