AAS Meeting #193 - Austin, Texas, January 1999
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Session 105. Galaxy Kinematics and Dynamics

Display, Saturday, January 9, 1999, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall 1

105.01 Kinematic Effects of Tidal Interaction on Galaxy Rotation Curves
E. J. Barton (CfA), B. C. Bromley (Physics Dept., University of Utah), M. J. Geller (CfA)
105.02 Simulations of NGC206 and its Effects on M31 II
R. D. Mohr (UA Dept Physics Astronomy)
105.03 Neutral Gas Dynamics of Optically Asymmetric Disk Galaxies
D.A. Kornreich (Ctr for Radiophysics and Space Res.), M.P. Haynes (Ctr for Radiophysics and Space Res. and Nat. Astronomy and Ionosphere Ctr), R.V.L. Lovelace (Cornell University), L. van Zee ()
105.04 Gas Flows and Star Formation in the Ringed Galaxy NGC 4736
T. Wong, L. Blitz (UC Berkeley)
105.05 Star Formation Color-Time Sequence and ``Anti-Spiral" Wagon-Spoke Perturbation in Resonance Ring Galaxies: NGC3081
D. Ousley, G. G. Byrd (U. Alabama, Tuscaloosa)
105.06 Stellar Kinematics toward the South galactic Pole from the Southern Proper-Motion Program
Ren\'e A. M\'endez (Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory), W. F. van Altena, I. Platais, T. M. Girard, V. Kozhurina-Platais (Yale University), C. E. L\'opez (Universidad Nacional de San Juan)
105.07 Velocity Substructure in the Galactic Halo
P. Harding (Steward Observatory), K. C. Freeman (MSSSO), M. Mateo (U Michigan), H. L. Morrison (CWRU), E. Olszewski (Steward Observatory), J. Norris (MSSSO)
105.08 Can Round Star Clusters Form From Flattened Clouds?
S.D. Murray (LLNL), D.A. Raymondson (UC Davis), R.A. Urbanski (Las Positas College)
105.09 Constraints on Secular Building of Galactic Bulges
H. Hasan (NASA HQ \& STScI), D. Pfenniger (Geneva Obs.), C. A. Norman (JHU \& STScI)
105.10 Bulges of Spiral Galaxies: The Radial Distribution of their Stellar Population
P. Goudfrooij (STScI), P. Jablonka (Obs. de Paris/Meudon), J. Gorgas (U. Complutense, Madrid)
105.11 The Formation of Kinematically Decoupled Bulges and Cores in Spirals
A.R. Thakar (The Johns Hopkins University), B.S. Ryden (The Ohio State University)

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