# Dept. of Astronomy

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• (2015-06-09)
In this thesis, I employ two different observational techniques, ultraviolet spectroscopy and radio interferometry imaging, to study the atomic and molecular gas relation in the Large/Small Magellanic Clouds and 43 nearby ...

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• (2015-07-07)
Galaxy clusters are harsh environments for their constituent galaxies. A variety of physical processes effective in these dense environments transform gas-rich, spiral, star-forming galaxies to elliptical or spheroidal ...

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• (1999)
In addition, I have included two specific case studies, comprised of detailed multiwavelength analyses for individual LMC remnants. In one case study I have examined DEM L 316, which appears to consist of two overlapping ...

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• (1999)
In this thesis, observations of photodissociation regions (PDRs) in the millimeter, far-infrared, and near-infrared wavelength regimes are interpreted in the context of PDR theory. Three modifications to the standard Tielens ...

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• (2000)
In Chapter 5, we show that HCOOH appears to exist ubiquitously in dense molecular cores in either solid or gas phase. The detected HCOOH sources are good candidate targets for future acetic acid and glycine searches. ...

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