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A Bird's Eye View of Ocular Galaxies

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A Bird's Eye View of Ocular Galaxies. / Brinks, E.; Kaufman, M.; Elmegreen, D.M.; Struck, C.; Elmegreen, B.; Thomasson, M.; Klaric, M.

In: Cosmic Evolution and Galaxy Formation: Structure, Interactions, and Feedback, ASP Conf Series 215. Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2000. p. 197-200.

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Harvard

Brinks, E, Kaufman, M, Elmegreen, DM, Struck, C, Elmegreen, B, Thomasson, M & Klaric, M 2000, A Bird's Eye View of Ocular Galaxies. in In: Cosmic Evolution and Galaxy Formation: Structure, Interactions, and Feedback, ASP Conf Series 215. Astronomical Society of the Pacific, pp. 197-200.

APA

Brinks, E., Kaufman, M., Elmegreen, D. M., Struck, C., Elmegreen, B., Thomasson, M., & Klaric, M. (2000). A Bird's Eye View of Ocular Galaxies. In In: Cosmic Evolution and Galaxy Formation: Structure, Interactions, and Feedback, ASP Conf Series 215 (pp. 197-200). Astronomical Society of the Pacific.

Vancouver

Brinks E, Kaufman M, Elmegreen DM, Struck C, Elmegreen B, Thomasson M et al. A Bird's Eye View of Ocular Galaxies. In In: Cosmic Evolution and Galaxy Formation: Structure, Interactions, and Feedback, ASP Conf Series 215. Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 2000. p. 197-200

Author

Brinks, E. ; Kaufman, M. ; Elmegreen, D.M. ; Struck, C. ; Elmegreen, B. ; Thomasson, M. ; Klaric, M. / A Bird's Eye View of Ocular Galaxies. In: Cosmic Evolution and Galaxy Formation: Structure, Interactions, and Feedback, ASP Conf Series 215. Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2000. pp. 197-200

Bibtex

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