James M. Jackson, Phd

Astronomy Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
"James Jackson"


Mean distance: 12.51
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Alan Hildreth Barrett grad student 1985 MIT
 (Radio Observations of Starburst Galaxies.)
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Walker DL, Longmore SN, Bastian N, et al. (2015) Tracing the conversion of gas into stars in young massive cluster progenitors Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 449: 715-725
Guzmán AE, Sanhueza P, Contreras Y, et al. (2015) FAR-INFRARED DUST TEMPERATURES and COLUMN DENSITIES of the MALT90 MOLECULAR CLUMP SAMPLE Astrophysical Journal. 815
Camarata MA, Jackson JM, Chambers E. (2015) THE NH3 HYPERFINE INTENSITY ANOMALY in HIGH-MASS STAR-FORMING REGIONS Astrophysical Journal. 806
Sakai T, Sakai N, Furuya K, et al. (2015) ALMA observations of the IRDC CLUMP G34.43+00.24 MM3: DNC/HNC ratio Astrophysical Journal. 803
Rathborne JM, Longmore SN, Jackson JM, et al. (2015) A cluster in the making: ALMA reveals the initial conditions for high-mass cluster formation Astrophysical Journal. 802
Stephens IW, Jackson JM, Sanhueza P, et al. (2015) Interferometric observations of high-mass star-forming clumps with unusual N2H+/HCO+ line ratios Astrophysical Journal. 802
Deharveng L, Zavagno A, Samal MR, et al. (2015) Bipolar H II regions - Morphology and star formation in their vicinity ∗: I. G319.88 + 00.79 and G010.32 - 00.15 Astronomy and Astrophysics. 582
Rathborne JM, Longmore SN, Jackson JM, et al. (2014) Turbulence sets the initial conditions for star formation in high-pressure environments Astrophysical Journal Letters. 795
Yanagida T, Sakai T, Hirota T, et al. (2014) Alma observations of the IRDC clump G34.43+00.24 MM3: 278 GHz class i methanol masers Astrophysical Journal Letters. 794
Bally J, Rathborne JM, Longmore SN, et al. (2014) Absorption filaments toward the massive clump G0.253+0.016 Astrophysical Journal. 795
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