Caitlin Meryl Casey

2015- Astronomy University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
"Caitlin Meryl Casey" OR "Caitlin M. Casey"

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Christopher D. Impey research assistant 2007 University of Arizona
 (B.S. Senior Thesis: Optical Selection of Faint AGN in the COSMOS Field)
Scott Chapman grad student 2010 Cambridge (Physics Tree)
 (Characterising Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies in the Early Universe)
David Bruce Sanders post-doc 2010-2013 University of Hawaii
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Haro PA, Dickinson M, Finkelstein SL, et al. (2023) Confirmation and refutation of very luminous galaxies in the early universe. Nature
Casey CM. (2023) Streams of cold cosmic fuel for galaxies. Science (New York, N.Y.). 379: 1303
Hawkins K, Zeimann G, Sneden C, et al. (2021) The Stars of the HETDEX Survey. I. Radial Velocities and Metal-poor Stars from Low-resolution Stellar Spectra The Astrophysical Journal. 911: 108
Burnham AD, Casey CM, Zavala JA, et al. (2021) The Physical Drivers of the Luminosity-weighted Dust Temperatures in High-redshift Galaxies The Astrophysical Journal. 910: 89
Zavala JA, Casey CM, Manning SM, et al. (2021) The Evolution of the IR Luminosity Function and Dust-obscured Star Formation over the Past 13 Billion Years The Astrophysical Journal. 909: 165
Premnath PH, Spilker J, Casey CM, et al. (2020) Evidence for a Buried AGN in an Extremely Bright Dusty Galaxy at z = 2 Research Notes of the Aas. 4: 173
Rybak M, Zavala JA, Hodge JA, et al. (2020) First Detection of the [O i] 63 μm Emission from a Redshift 6 Dusty Galaxy The Astrophysical Journal. 889: L11
Casey CM. (2020) Far-infrared Photometric Redshifts: A New Approach to a Highly Uncertain Enterprise The Astrophysical Journal. 900: 68
Long AS, Cooray A, Ma J, et al. (2020) Emergence of an Ultra-Red Ultra-Massive Galaxy Cluster Core at $z=4$ The Astrophysical Journal. 898: 133
Drew PM, Casey CM, Cooray A, et al. (2020) Three Dusty Star-forming Galaxies at z ∼ 1.5: Mergers and Disks on the Main Sequence The Astrophysical Journal. 892: 104
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