John Paul Cox

1963-1984 Physics and Astrophysics University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
"John Paul Cox"

(1926 - 1984)
DOI: 10.1086/146086

Mean distance: 14.09


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Marshal Henry Wrubel grad student 1954 Indiana University
 (The pulsational stability of models for red giant stars.)


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George Edward Langer grad student 1969 CU Boulder (Astronomy Tree)
J. Craig Wheeler grad student 1969 CU Boulder
John Irvin Castor post-doc 1967-1969 CU Boulder (Astronomy Tree)
W. Dean Pesnell post-doc 1983-1984 CU Boulder
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Cox JP. (2005) General practice in Northern Wisconsin. 1905 Wmj : Official Publication of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin. 104: 64
Aizenman ML, Hansen CJ, Pesnell WD, et al. (1984) Rotational mode splitting about an inclined axis The Astrophysical Journal. 286
Cox JP. (1982) A new type of pulsating star Nature. 299: 402
Cox JP, Wheeler JC, Hansen CJ, et al. (1980) Pulsations of the R Coronae Borealis stars Space Science Reviews. 27: 529-535
Cox JP. (1980) Recent work on Cepheid variables Space Science Reviews. 27: 389-399
Hansen CJ, Cox JP, Carroll BW. (1978) The quasi-adiabatic analysis of nonradial modes of stellar oscillation in the presence of slow rotation The Astrophysical Journal. 226: 210
Hansen CJ, Cox JP, Horn HMV. (1977) The effects of differential rotation on the splitting of nonradial modes of stellar oscillation The Astrophysical Journal. 217: 151-159
Aizenman ML, Cox JP. (1975) Vibrational stability of differentially rotating stars The Astrophysical Journal. 202: 137-147
King DS, Hansen CJ, Ross RR, et al. (1975) Applications of linear pulsation theory to the Cepheid mass problem and the double-mode Cepheids The Astrophysical Journal. 195: 467-474
Aizenman ML, Cox JP. (1975) Pulsational stability of stars in thermal imbalance. VI - Physical mechanisms and extension to nonradial oscillations The Astrophysical Journal. 195: 175
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