Tyler L. Bourke mostly deals with Astrophysics, Astronomy, Protostar, Star formation and Submillimeter Array. As part of his studies on Astrophysics, Tyler L. Bourke often connects relevant areas like Radiative transfer. His work on Molecular cloud, Bok globule and Circumstellar dust as part of general Astronomy study is frequently connected to Outflow, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His research in Protostar intersects with topics in Spectral line and Astrochemistry. In general Star formation, his work in Serpens is often linked to Protein filament linking many areas of study. His Submillimeter Array research incorporates elements of Line, Stellar evolution, Order of magnitude and Emission spectrum.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Astrophysics, Protostar, Star formation, Astronomy and Submillimeter Array. His work in the fields of Astrophysics, such as Stars, Molecular cloud, Young stellar object and Spitzer Space Telescope, intersects with other areas such as Outflow. His biological study deals with issues like Luminosity, which deal with fields such as Brown dwarf.
Tyler L. Bourke has included themes like Deuterium, Radius and Point source in his Star formation study. His research on Astronomy often connects related areas such as Wavelength. His Submillimeter Array research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Accretion, Astrochemistry, Isotopologue and Millimeter.
His main research concerns Astrophysics, Protostar, Molecular cloud, Submillimeter Array and Star formation. As a member of one scientific family, Tyler L. Bourke mostly works in the field of Astrophysics, focusing on Polarization and, on occasion, Computational physics. His Protostar study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Astrochemistry, Envelope, Line, Radius and Isotopologue.
His Molecular cloud study also includes
Tyler L. Bourke spends much of his time researching Astrophysics, Protostar, Submillimeter Array, Molecular cloud and Star formation. In the subject of general Astrophysics, his work in Ophiuchus and Data release is often linked to Substructure, SMA* and Rotation, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Protostar study is concerned with Stars in general.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Accretion, Extinction, Bipolar outflow and Young stellar object in addition to Submillimeter Array. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Molecular cloud, Velocity dispersion is strongly linked to Spectral line. Tyler L. Bourke has researched Star formation in several fields, including Gravitational collapse, Mass distribution and Cyanoacetylene.
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SCUBA Mapping of Spitzer c2d Small Clouds and Cores
Jens Kauffmann;Jens Kauffmann;Frank Bertoldi;Tyler L. Bourke;Neal J. Evans.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2006)
MAMBO Mapping Of Spitzer c2d Small Clouds And Cores
J. Kauffmann;J. Kauffmann;F. Bertoldi;T. L. Bourke;Neal J. Evans.
Astronomy and Astrophysics (2008)
Probing the Evolutionary Status of Starless Cores through N2H+ and N2D+ Observations
A. Crapsi;A. Crapsi;P. Caselli;C. M. Walmsley;P. C. Myers.
The Astrophysical Journal (2005)
From molecular cores to planet-forming disks: An SIRTF legacy program
Neal J. Evans;Lori E. Allen;Geoffrey A. Blake;A. C. A. Boogert.
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (2003)
The Spatial Distribution of Star Formation in the Solar Neighbourhood: Do all stars form in clusters?
E. Bressert;N. Bastian;R. Gutermuth;S.T. Megeath.
arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (2010)
PROSAC: A Submillimeter Array Survey of Low-Mass Protostars. I. Overview of Program: Envelopes, Disks, Outflows and Hot Cores
Jes K. Jorgensen;Tyler L. Bourke;Philip C. Myers;James Di Francesco.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2007)
PROSAC: A Submillimeter Array survey of low-mass protostars. II. The mass evolution of envelopes, disks, and stars from the Class 0 through I stages
Jes K. Jorgensen;Ewine F. van Dishoeck;Ruud Visser;Tyler L. Bourke.
arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (2009)
FILAMENTARY ACCRETION FLOWS IN THE EMBEDDED SERPENS SOUTH PROTOCLUSTER
Helen Kirk;Helen Kirk;Philip C. Myers;Tyler L. Bourke;Robert A. Gutermuth.
The Astrophysical Journal (2013)
The spatial distribution of star formation in the solar neighbourhood: do all stars form in dense clusters?
E. Bressert;E. Bressert;N. Bastian;N. Bastian;R. Gutermuth;S. T. Megeath.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters (2010)
Identifying the Low-Luminosity Population of Embedded Protostars in the c2d Observations of Clouds and Cores
Michael M. Dunham;Antonio Crapsi;Neal J. Evans;Tyler L. Bourke.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (2008)
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