Andrew J. Benson spends much of his time researching Astrophysics, Astronomy, Galaxy, Galaxy formation and evolution and Galaxy merger. His study in Interacting galaxy, Elliptical galaxy, Star formation, Redshift and Lenticular galaxy falls within the category of Astrophysics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Stars and Quasar in addition to Redshift.
The concepts of his Galaxy study are interwoven with issues in Cosmos, Physical cosmology and Dark matter. His Halo occupation distribution, Satellite galaxy and Dark galaxy study are his primary interests in Galaxy formation and evolution. His Luminosity function research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Initial mass function and Luminous infrared galaxy.
His primary areas of study are Astrophysics, Galaxy, Galaxy formation and evolution, Astronomy and Dark matter. All of his Astrophysics and Redshift, Halo, Star formation, Galaxy merger and Luminosity function investigations are sub-components of the entire Astrophysics study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Accretion, Active galactic nucleus and Structure formation.
His work is connected to Interacting galaxy, Lenticular galaxy, Elliptical galaxy, Dark matter halo and Galaxy group, as a part of Astronomy. His Dark matter halo research includes elements of Hot dark matter and Galactic halo. Andrew J. Benson has researched Dark matter in several fields, including Warm dark matter, Universe, Angular momentum and Velocity dispersion.
His primary areas of investigation include Astrophysics, Galaxy, Dark matter, Halo and Redshift. His work on Galaxy formation and evolution, Baryon, Satellite galaxy and Milky Way as part of his general Astrophysics study is frequently connected to Function, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Galaxy study is concerned with Astronomy in general.
His work on Cold dark matter as part of general Dark matter research is frequently linked to Distribution function, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research in the fields of Dark matter halo overlaps with other disciplines such as Measure. His Redshift research includes themes of Dark energy and Spitzer Space Telescope.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Astrophysics, Dark matter, Galaxy, Redshift and Galaxy formation and evolution. His work in Astrophysics addresses issues such as Astronomy, which are connected to fields such as Library science. His Dark matter research incorporates themes from Halo and Halo mass function.
His Stellar mass and Square degree study in the realm of Galaxy connects with subjects such as Attenuation. His Redshift research includes themes of Cosmology, Dark energy, Number density and Emission spectrum. His Galaxy formation and evolution research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Baryon and Galaxy cluster.
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The broken hierarchy of galaxy formation
R. G. Bower;A. J. Benson;R. Malbon;J. C. Helly.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2005)
Breaking the hierarchy of galaxy formation
R. G. Bower;A. J. Benson;R. K. Malbon;J. C. Helly.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2006)
What Shapes the Luminosity Function of Galaxies
A. J. Benson;R. G. Bower;C. S. Frenk;Cedric G. Lacey.
The Astrophysical Journal (2003)
Can the faint submillimetre galaxies be explained in the Λ cold dark matter model
C. M. Baugh;Cedric G. Lacey;C. S. Frenk;G. L. Granato.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2005)
Theoretical Models of the Halo Occupation Distribution: Separating Central and Satellite Galaxies
Zheng Zheng;Zheng Zheng;Andreas A. Berlind;David H. Weinberg;Andrew J. Benson.
The Astrophysical Journal (2005)
COSMOS : Hubble Space Telescope Observations
N. Scoville;A. Benson;A. W. Blain;D. Calzetti.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2006)
The nature of galaxy bias and clustering
A. J. Benson;S. Cole;C. S. Frenk;C. M. Baugh.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2000)
COSMOS: Hubble Space Telescope Observations
N. Scoville;N. Scoville;R. G. Abraham;H. Aussel;J. E. Barnes.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (2007)
NEW CONSTRAINTS ON THE EVOLUTION OF THE STELLAR-TO-DARK MATTER CONNECTION: A COMBINED ANALYSIS OF GALAXY-GALAXY LENSING, CLUSTERING, AND STELLAR MASS FUNCTIONS FROM z = 0.2 to z = 1*
Alexie Leauthaud;Alexie Leauthaud;Alexie Leauthaud;Jeremy Tinker;Kevin Bundy;Peter S. Behroozi.
The Astrophysical Journal (2012)
The Effects of Photoionization on Galaxy Formation - II: Satellites in the Local Group
A. J. Benson;C. S. Frenk;C. G. Lacey;C. M. Baugh.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2001)
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