Gregory J. Madsen, Ph.D.

2004 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Astronomy and Astrophysics
"Gregory Madsen"
Mean distance: 5420.8


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Ronald J. Reynolds grad student 2004 UW Madison
 (An exploration of the heterogeneous nature of the warm ionized medium in the Galaxy.)
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Reynolds RJ, Haffner LM, Madsen GJ, et al. (2012) Diffuse ionized gas in spiral galaxies and the disk-halo interaction Eas Publications Series. 56: 213-220
Wood K, Hill AS, Joung MRV, et al. (2010) Photoionization of high-altitude gas in a supernova-driven turbulent interstellar medium Astrophysical Journal. 721: 1397-1403
Madsen GJ, Reynolds RJ, Ipatov SI, et al. (2007) New observations and models of the kinematics of the zodiacal dust cloud Esa - Workshop On Dust in Planetary Systems. 61-64
Madsen GJ, Reynolds RJ, Haffner LM. (2006) A multiwavelength optical emission line survey of warm ionized gas in the galaxy Astrophysical Journal. 652: 401-425
Madsen GJ, Frew DJ, Parker QA, et al. (2006) An optical emission line survey of large planetary nebulae Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union. 2: 455-456
Madsen GJ, Reynolds RJ. (2005) An investigation of diffuse interstellar gas toward a large, low-extinction window into the inner Galaxy Astrophysical Journal. 630: 925-944
Reynolds RJ, Chaudhary V, Madsen GJ, et al. (2005) Unresolved Hα enhancements at high galactic latitude in the wham sky survey maps Astronomical Journal. 129: 927-934
Reynolds RJ, Madsen GJ, Moseley SH. (2004) New measurements of the motion of the zodiacal dust Astrophysical Journal. 612: 1206-1213
Haffner LM, Reynolds RJ, Tufte SL, et al. (2003) The Wisconsin Hα Mapper Northern Sky Survey Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series. 149: 405-422
Tufte SL, Wilson JD, Madsen GJ, et al. (2002) Wham observations of Hα from high-velocity clouds: Are they galactic or extragalactic? Astrophysical Journal. 572: L153-L156
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