Publications by Martin Bureau


KROSS-SAMI: a direct IFS comparison of the Tully-Fisher relation across 8 Gyr since z approximate to 1

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 482 (2019) 2166-2188

AL Tiley, M Bureau, L Cortese, CM Harrison, HL Johnson, JP Stott, AM Swinbank, I Smail, D Sobral, AJ Bunker, K Glazebrook, RG Bower, D Obreschkow, JJ Bryant, MJ Jarvis, J Bland-Hawthorn, G Magdis, AM Medling, SM Sweet, C Tonini, OJ Turner, RM Sharples, SM Croom, M Goodwin, IS Konstantopoulos, NPF Lorente, JS Lawrence, J Mould, MS Owers, SN Richards


The energetics of starburst-driven outflows at z similar to 1 from KMOS

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 487 (2019) 381-393

AM Swinbank, CM Harrison, AL Tiley, HL Johnson, I Smail, JP Stott, PN Best, RG Bower, M Bureau, A Bunker, M Cirasuolo, M Jarvis, GE Magdis, RM Sharples, D Sobral


JINGLE, a JCMT legacy survey of dust and gas for galaxy evolution studies: II. SCUBA-2 850 mu m data reduction and dust flux density catalogues

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 486 (2019) 4166-4185

MWL Smith, CJR Clark, I De Looze, I Lamperti, A Saintonge, CD Wilson, G Accurso, E Brinks, M Bureau, EJ Chung, PJ Cigan, DL Clements, T Dharmawardena, L Fanciullo, Y Gao, Y Gao, WK Gear, HL Gomez, J Greenslade, HS Hwang, F Kemper, JC Lee, C Li, L Lin, L Liu, DC Molnar, A Mok, H-A Pan, M Sargent, P Scicluna, CMA Smith, S Urquhart, TG Williams, T Xiao, C Yang, M Zhu


Dust properties in the cold and hot gas phases of the ATLAS(3D) early-type galaxies as revealed by AKARI

ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS 622 (2019) ARTN A87

T Kokusho, H Kaneda, M Bureau, T Suzuki, K Murata, A Kondo, M Yamagishi, T Tsuchikawa, T Furuta


The AGN fuelling/feedback cycle in nearby radio galaxies I. ALMA observations and early results

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 484 (2019) 4239-4259

I Ruffa, I Prandoni, RA Laing, R Paladino, P Parma, H de Ruiter, A Mignano, TA Davis, M Bureau, J Warren


WISDOM project - IV. A molecular gas dynamical measurement of the supermassive black hole mass in NGC 524

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 485 (2019) 4359-4374

MD Smith, M Bureau, TA Davis, M Cappellari, L Liu, EV North, K Onishi, S Iguchi, M Sarzi


The shapes of the rotation curves of star-forming galaxies over the last approximate to 10 Gyr

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 485 (2019) 934-960

AL Tiley, AM Swinbank, CM Harrison, I Smail, OJ Turner, M Schaller, JP Stott, D Sobral, T Theuns, RM Sharples, S Gillman, RG Bower, AJ Bunker, P Best, J Richard, R Bacon, M Bureau, M Cirasuolo, G Magdis


SIGNALS: I. Survey description

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Oxford University Press (OUP) 489 (2019) 5530-5546

L Rousseau-Nepton, RP Martin, C Robert, L Drissen, P Amram, S Prunet, T Martin, I Moumen, A Adamo, A Alarie, P Barmby, A Boselli, F Bresolin, M Bureau, L Chemin, RC Fernandes, F Combes, C Crowder, L Della Bruna, S Duarte Puertas, F Egusa, B Epinat, VF Ksoll, M Girard, V Gómez Llanos, D Gouliermis, K Grasha, C Higgs, J Hlavacek-Larrondo, I-T Ho, J Iglesias-Páramo, G Joncas, ZS Kam, P Karera, RC Kennicutt, RS Klessen, S Lianou, L Liu, Q Liu, AL de Amorim, JD Lyman, H Martel, B Mazzilli-Ciraulo, AF McLeod, A-L Melchior, I Millan, M Mollá, R Momose, C Morisset, H-A Pan, AK Pati, A Pellerin, E Pellegrini, I Pérez, A Petric, H Plana, D Rahner, T Ruiz Lara, L Sánchez-Menguiano, K Spekkens, G Stasińska, M Takamiya, N Vale Asari, JM Vílchez

<jats:title>ABSTRACT</jats:title> <jats:p>SIGNALS, the Star formation, Ionized Gas, and Nebular Abundances Legacy Survey, is a large observing programme designed to investigate massive star formation and H ii regions in a sample of local extended galaxies. The programme will use the imaging Fourier transform spectrograph SITELLE at the Canada–France–Hawaii Telescope. Over 355 h (54.7 nights) have been allocated beginning in fall 2018 for eight consecutive semesters. Once completed, SIGNALS will provide a statistically reliable laboratory to investigate massive star formation, including over 50 000 resolved H ii regions: the largest, most complete, and homogeneous data base of spectroscopically and spatially resolved extragalactic H ii regions ever assembled. For each field observed, three datacubes covering the spectral bands of the filters SN1 (363–386 nm), SN2 (482–513 nm), and SN3 (647–685 nm) are gathered. The spectral resolution selected for each spectral band is 1000, 1000, and 5000, respectively. As defined, the project sample will facilitate the study of small-scale nebular physics and many other phenomena linked to star formation at a mean spatial resolution of ∼20 pc. This survey also has considerable legacy value for additional topics, including planetary nebulae, diffuse ionized gas, and supernova remnants. The purpose of this paper is to present a general outlook of the survey, notably the observing strategy, galaxy sample, and science requirements.</jats:p>


WISDOM project – V. Resolving molecular gas in Keplerian rotation around the supermassive black hole in NGC 0383

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Oxford University Press (OUP) 490 (2019) 319-330

EV North, TA Davis, M Bureau, M Cappellari, S Iguchi, L Liu, K Onishi, M Sarzi, MD Smith, TG Williams

<jats:title>ABSTRACT</jats:title> <jats:p>As part of the mm-Wave Interferometric Survey of Dark Object Masses (WISDOM), we present a measurement of the mass of the supermassive black hole (SMBH) in the nearby early-type galaxy NGC 0383 (radio source 3C 031). This measurement is based on Atacama Large Millimeter/sub-millimeter Array (ALMA) cycle 4 and 5 observations of the 12CO(2–1) emission line with a spatial resolution of 58 × 32 pc2 (0.18 arcsec × 0.1 arcsec). This resolution, combined with a channel width of 10 km s−1, allows us to well resolve the radius of the black hole sphere of influence (measured as RSOI = 316 pc  =  0.98 arcsec), where we detect a clear Keplerian increase of the rotation velocities. NGC 0383 has a kinematically relaxed, smooth nuclear molecular gas disc with weak ring/spiral features. We forward model the ALMA data cube with the Kinematic Molecular Simulation (KinMS) tool and a Bayesian Markov Chain Monte Carlo method to measure an SMBH mass of (4.2 ± 0.7) × 109 M⊙, a F160W-band stellar mass-to-light ratio that varies from 2.8 ± 0.6 M⊙/L$_{\odot ,\, \mathrm{F160W}}$ in the centre to 2.4 ± 0.3 M⊙$/\rm L_{\odot ,\, \mathrm{F160W}}$ at the outer edge of the disc and a molecular gas velocity dispersion of 8.3 ± 2.1 km s−1(all 3σ uncertainties). We also detect unresolved continuum emission across the full bandwidth, consistent with synchrotron emission from an active galactic nucleus. This work demonstrates that low-J CO emission can resolve gas very close to the SMBH ($\approx 140\, 000$ Schwarzschild radii) and hence that the molecular gas method is highly complimentary to megamaser observations, as it can probe the same emitting material.</jats:p>


JINGLE, a JCMT legacy survey of dust and gas for galaxy evolution studies - I. Survey overview and first results

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 481 (2018) 3497-3519

A Saintonge, CD Wilson, T Xiao, L Lin, HS Hwang, T Tosaki, M Bureau, PJ Cigan, CJR Clark, DL Clements, I De Looze, T Dharmawardena, Y Gao, WK Gear, J Greenslade, I Lamperti, JC Lee, C Li, MJ Michalowski, A Mok, H-A Pan, AE Sansom, M Sargent, MWL Smith, T Williams, C Yang, M Zhu, G Accurso, P Barmby, E Brinks, N Bourne, T Brown, A Chung, EJ Chung, A Cibinel, K Coppin, J Davies, TA Davis, S Eales, L Fanciullo, T Fang, Y Gao, DHW Glass, HL Gomez, T Greve, J He, LC Ho, F Huang, H Jeong, X Jiang, Q Jiao, F Kemper, JH Kim, M Kim, T Kim, J Ko, X Kong, K Lacaille, CG Lacey, B Lee, JH Lee, W-K Lee, K Masters, S-H Oh, P Papadopoulos, C Park, S-J Park, H Parsons, K Rowlands, P Scicluna, JM Scudder, R Sethuram, S Serjeant, Y Shao, Y-K Sheen, Y Shi, H Shim, CMA Smith, K Spekkens, A-L Tsai, A Verma, S Urquhart, G Violino, S Viti, D Wake, J Wang, J Wouterloot, Y Yang, K Yim, F Yuan, Z Zheng


CO Tully-Fisher relation of star-forming galaxies at=0.05-0.3

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 479 (2018) 3319-3334

S Topal, M Bureau, AL Tiley, TA Davis, K Torii


WISDOM Project - III. Molecular gas measurement of the supermassive black hole mass in the barred lenticular galaxy NGC4429

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 473 (2018) 3818-3834

TA Davis, M Bureau, K Onishi, F van de Voort, M Cappellari, S Iguchi, L Liu, EV North, M Sarzi, MD Smith


The Effect of Galaxy Interactions on Molecular Gas Properties

ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL 868 (2018) ARTN 132

H-A Pan, L Lin, B-C Hsieh, T Xiao, Y Gao, SL Ellison, JM Scudder, J Barrera-Ballesteros, F Yuan, A Saintonge, CD Wilsons, HS Hwang, I De Looze, Y Gao, LC Ho, E Brinks, A Mok, T Brown, TA Davis, TG Williams, A Chung, H Parsons, M Bureau, MT Sargent, EJ Chung, E Kim, T Liu, MJ Michalowski, T Tosaki


The KMOS Redshift One Spectroscopic Survey (KROSS): the origin of disc turbulence in z approximate to 1 star-forming galaxies

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 474 (2018) 5076-5104

HL Johnson, CM Harrison, AM Swinbank, AL Tiley, JP Stott, RG Bower, I Smail, AJ Bunker, D Sobral, OJ Turner, P Best, M Bureau, M Cirasuolo, MJ Jarvis, G Magdis, RM Sharples, J Bland-Hawthorn, B Catinella, L Cortese, SM Croom, C Federrath, K Glazebrook, SM Sweet, JJ Bryant, M Goodwin, IS Konstantopoulos, JS Lawrence, AM Medling, MS Owers, S Richards


Shape of LOSVDs in Barred Disks: Implications for Future IFU Surveys

ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL 854 (2018) ARTN 65

Z-Y Li, J Shen, M Bureau, Y Zhou, M Du, VP Debattista


WISDOM Project - II. Molecular gas measurement of the supermassive black hole mass in NGC 4697

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 468 (2017) 4675-4690

TA Davis, M Bureau, K Onishi, M Cappellari, S Iguchi, M Sarzi


WISDOM project - I. Black hole mass measurement using molecular gas kinematics in NGC 3665

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 468 (2017) 4663-4674

K Onishi, S Iguchi, TA Davis, M Bureau, M Cappellari, M Sarzi, L Blitz


The KMOS Redshift One Spectroscopic Survey ( KROSS): rotational velocities and angular momentum of z approximate to 0.9 galaxies

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 467 (2017) 1965-1983

CM Harrison, HL Johnson, AM Swinbank, JP Stott, RG Bower, I Smail, AL Tiley, AJ Bunker, M Cirasuolo, D Sobral, RM Sharples, P Best, M Bureau, MJ Jarvis, G Magdis


A star formation study of the ATLAS(3D) early-type galaxies with the AKARI all-sky survey

ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS 605 (2017) ARTN A74

T Kokusho, H Kaneda, M Bureau, T Suzuki, K Murata, A Kondo, M Yamagishi


Star formation in nearby early-type galaxies: the radio continuum perspective

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 464 (2017) 1029-1064

K Nyland, LM Young, JM Wrobel, TA Davis, M Bureau, K Alatalo, R Morganti, P-A Duc, PT de Zeeuw, RM McDermid, AF Crocker, T Oosterloo

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