His scientific interests lie mostly in Astrophysics, Redshift, Galaxy, Astronomy and Quasar. Luminosity, Radio galaxy, Sky, Source counts and COSMIC cancer database are among the areas of Astrophysics where Chris J. Willott concentrates his study. Chris J. Willott has included themes like Redshift survey and Luminous infrared galaxy in his Radio galaxy study.
His studies deal with areas such as Photometry and Spectral index as well as Redshift. His work is connected to Active galactic nucleus and Cosmic variance, as a part of Astronomy. His study focuses on the intersection of Quasar and fields such as Black hole with connections in the field of Solar mass.
Chris J. Willott spends much of his time researching Astrophysics, Redshift, Astronomy, Quasar and Galaxy. His study in Luminosity, Radio galaxy, Luminosity function, Star formation and Redshift survey is carried out as part of his Astrophysics studies. His study in the fields of Luminosity function under the domain of Luminosity overlaps with other disciplines such as Torus and Observable.
His Redshift study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stars, Photometry, Cosmology and Spectral line, Spectral index. His biological study deals with issues like Emission spectrum, which deal with fields such as Spectroscopy. In most of his Galaxy studies, his work intersects topics such as COSMIC cancer database.
Astrophysics, Galaxy, Quasar, Astronomy and Redshift are his primary areas of study. As a member of one scientific family, Chris J. Willott mostly works in the field of Astrophysics, focusing on Spectroscopy and, on occasion, QSOS and Emission spectrum. His research integrates issues of COSMIC cancer database and Black hole in his study of Galaxy.
His Quasar research includes elements of Photometry, Supermassive black hole and Near-infrared spectroscopy. The Lyman-break galaxy, James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, Hubble Deep Field and Extended Groth Strip research Chris J. Willott does as part of his general Astronomy study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Poisson distribution, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Spectral line, Billion years and Telescope in addition to Redshift.
His primary scientific interests are in Astrophysics, Galaxy, Redshift, Quasar and Astronomy. In the subject of general Astrophysics, his work in Luminosity, Satellite galaxy, Galaxy formation and evolution and Extended Groth Strip is often linked to Vector field, thereby combining diverse domains of study. He focuses mostly in the field of Galaxy, narrowing it down to matters related to Black hole and, in some cases, Dispersion, Stellar mass and Stellar mass loss.
His Redshift course of study focuses on Billion years and COSMIC cancer database and James Webb Space Telescope. His Quasar research incorporates themes from Near-infrared spectroscopy and Photometry. His work on Dark matter, Hubble Deep Field and James Clerk Maxwell Telescope as part of general Astronomy study is frequently linked to Data reduction and Poisson distribution, bridging the gap between disciplines.
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The emission line—radio correlation for radio sources using the 7C Redshift Survey
Chris J. Willott;Steve Rawlings;Katherine M. Blundell;Mark Lacy.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (1999)
The SCUBA HAlf Degree Extragalactic Survey (SHADES) -- II. Submillimetre maps, catalogue and number counts
K. Coppin;E.L. Chapin;A.M.J. Mortier;S.E. Scott.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2006)
Star formation and dust obscuration at z~2: galaxies at the dawn of downsizing
M. Pannella;C.L. Carilli;E. Daddi;H.J. Mc Cracken.
arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (2009)
The SCUBA Half-Degree Extragalactic Survey – II. Submillimetre maps, catalogue and number counts
K. Coppin;E. L. Chapin;E. L. Chapin;A. M. J. Mortier;S. E. Scott.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2006)
THE CANADA-FRANCE HIGH-z QUASAR SURVEY: NINE NEW QUASARS AND THE LUMINOSITY FUNCTION AT REDSHIFT 6
Chris J. Willott;Philippe Delorme;Céline Reylé;Loic Albert.
The Astronomical Journal (2010)
Deep radio imaging of the SCUBA 8-mJy survey fields: sub-mm source identifications and redshift distribution
Rob Ivison;Thomas Greve;Ian Smail;James Dunlop.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2002)
Deep radio imaging of the SCUBA 8-mJy survey fields: submillimetre source identifications and redshift distribution
Rob Ivison;Thomas Greve;Ian Smail;James Dunlop.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2002)
The SCUBA HAlf Degree Extragalactic Survey (SHADES) - III. Identification of radio and mid-infrared counterparts to submillimetre galaxies
R. J. Ivison;T. R. Greve;J. S. Dunlop;J. A. Peacock.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2007)
Star formation and dust obscuration at z≈2: galaxies at the dawn of downsizing
M. Pannella;C. L. Carilli;E. Daddi;H. J. McCracken.
The Astrophysical Journal (2009)
The radio luminosity function from the low-frequency 3CRR, 6CE and 7CRS complete samples
Chris J. Willott;Steve Rawlings;Katherine M. Blundell;Mark Lacy;Mark Lacy.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2001)
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