Publications by Philip James Marshall


A Weak Lensing Analysis of Moderate Redshift Strong Lenses

American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #213 41 (2009) #478.03-#478.03
Part of a series from Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society

DJ Lagattuta, CD Fassnacht, MW Auger, M Bradac, PJ Marshall, T Treu, R Gavazzi, T Schrabback


The Observatory for Multi-Epoch Gravitational Lens Astrophysics (OMEGA)

Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Conference Series 7010 (2008)
Part of a series from Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Conference Series

LA Moustakas, AJ Bolton, JT Booth, JS Bullock, E Cheng, D Coe, CD Fassnacht, V Gorjian, C Heneghan, CR Keeton, CS Kochanek, CR Lawrence, PJ Marshall, RB Metcalf, P Natarajan, S Nikzad, BM Peterson, J Wambsganss


Cluster detection in weak lensing surveys

ArXiv e-prints (2008)

F Feroz, PJ Marshall, MP Hobson


Late-Time Observations of SN 2006gy: Still Going Strong

\apj 686 (2008) 485-491-485-491

N Smith, RJ Foley, JS Bloom, W Li, AV Filippenko, R Gavazzi, A Ghez, Q Konopacky, MA Malkan, PJ Marshall, D Pooley, T Treu, J-H Woo


Dark Matter and Baryons in the X-Ray Luminous Merging Galaxy Cluster RX J1347.5-1145

\apj 681 (2008) 187-196-187-196

M Bradač, T Schrabback, T Erben, M McCourt, E Million, A Mantz, S Allen, R Blandford, A Halkola, H Hildebrandt, M Lombardi, P Marshall, P Schneider, T Treu, J-P Kneib


AMUSE-Virgo. I. Supermassive Black Holes in Low-Mass Spheroids

\apj 680 (2008) 154-168-154-168

E Gallo, T Treu, J Jacob, J-H Woo, PJ Marshall, R Antonucci


Direct observation of cosmic strings via their strong gravitational lensing effect - I. Predictions for high-resolution imaging surveys

\mnras 385 (2008) 1959-1964-1959-1964

MA Gasparini, P Marshall, T Treu, E Morganson, F Dubath


Cosmological Weak Lensing and Dark Matter Mapping with the Hubble Space Telescope

Dark Matter in Astroparticle and Particle Physics (2008) 260-273-260-273

T Schrabback, P Simon, T Erben, P Schneider, J Hartlap, C Heymans, P Marshall, H Hildebrandt, C Fassnacht, E Morganson, M Bradač, M Hetterscheidt, T Eifler, J-M Miralles, J Dietrich, R Fosbury, W Freudling, N Pirzkal


The Sloan Lens ACS Survey. VI. Discovery and Analysis of a Double Einstein Ring

\apj 677 (2008) 1046-1059-1046-1059

R Gavazzi, T Treu, LVE Koopmans, AS Bolton, LA Moustakas, S Burles, PJ Marshall


The Arcminute Microkelvin Imager

\mnras 391 (2008) 1545-1558

JTL Zwart, RW Barker, P Biddulph, D Bly, RC Boysen, AR Brown, C Clementson, M Crofts, TL Culverhouse, J Czeres, RJ Dace, ML Davies, R D Alessandro, P Doherty, K Duggan, JA Ely, M Felvus, F Feroz, W Flynn, TMO Franzen, J Geisbüsch, R Génova-Santos, KJB Grainge, WF Grainger, D Hammett, RE Hills, MP Hobson, CM Holler, N Hurley-Walker, R Jilley, ME Jones, T Kaneko, R Kneissl, K Lancaster, AN Lasenby, PJ Marshall, F Newton, O Norris, I Northrop, DM Odell, G Petencin, JC Pober, GG Pooley, MW Pospieszalski, V Quy, C Rodríguez-Gonzálvez, RDE Saunders, AMM Scaife, J Schofield, PF Scott, C Shaw, TW Shimwell, H Smith, AC Taylor, DJ Titterington, M Velić, EM Waldram, S West, BA Wood, G Yassin, AMI Consortium


A Bayesian approach to strong lensing modelling of galaxy clusters

New Journal of Physics 9 (2007) 447-447

E Jullo, J-P Kneib, M Limousin, Á Elíasdóttir, PJ Marshall, T Verdugo


Superresolving Distant Galaxies with Gravitational Telescopes: Keck Laser Guide Star Adaptive Optics and Hubble Space Telescope Imaging of the Lens System SDSS J0737+3216

\apj 671 (2007) 1196-1211-1196-1211

PJ Marshall, T Treu, J Melbourne, R Gavazzi, K Bundy, SM Ammons, AS Bolton, S Burles, JE Larkin, D Le Mignant, DC Koo, LVE Koopmans, CE Max, LA Moustakas, E Steinbring, SA Wright


A Strong-Lens Survey in AEGIS: The Influence of Large-Scale Structure

\apjl 660 (2007) L31-L34-L31-L34

LA Moustakas, P Marshall, JA Newman, AL Coil, MC Cooper, M Davis, CD Fassnacht, P Guhathakurta, A Hopkins, A Koekemoer, NP Konidaris, JM Lotz, CNA Willmer


Smoothed Particle Inference: A Kilo-Parametric Method for X-Ray Galaxy Cluster Modeling

\apj 655 (2007) 109-127-109-127

JR Peterson, PJ Marshall, K Andersson


The All-Wavelength Extended Groth Strip International Survey (AEGIS) Data Sets

\apjl 660 (2007) L1-L6-L1-L6

M Davis, P Guhathakurta, NP Konidaris, JA Newman, MLN Ashby, AD Biggs, P Barmby, K Bundy, SC Chapman, AL Coil, CJ Conselice, MC Cooper, DJ Croton, PRM Eisenhardt, RS Ellis, SM Faber, T Fang, GG Fazio, A Georgakakis, BF Gerke, WM Goss, S Gwyn, J Harker, AM Hopkins, J-S Huang, RJ Ivison, SA Kassin, EN Kirby, AM Koekemoer, DC Koo, ES Laird, E Le Floc h, L Lin, JM Lotz, PJ Marshall, DC Martin, AJ Metevier, LA Moustakas, K Nandra, KG Noeske, C Papovich, AC Phillips, RM Rich, GH Rieke, D Rigopoulou, S Salim, D Schiminovich, L Simard, I Smail, TA Small, BJ Weiner, CNA Willmer, SP Willner, G Wilson, EL Wright, R Yan


The all-wavelength extended groth strip international survey (AEGIS) data sets

Astrophysical Journal 660 (2007)

M Davis, P Guhathakurta, NP Konidaris, JA Newman, MLN Ashby, AD Biggs, P Barmby, K Bundy, SC Chapman, AL Coil, CJ Conselice, MC Cooper, DJ Croton, PRM Eisenhardt, RS Ellis, SM Faber, T Fang, GG Fazio, A Georgakakis, BF Gerke, WM Goss, S Gwyn, J Harker, AM Hopkins, JS Huang, RJ Ivison, SA Kassin, EN Kirby, AM Koekemoer, DC Koo, ES Laird, E Le Floc'h, L Lin, JM Lotz, PJ Marshall, DC Martin, AJ Metevier, LA Moustakas, K Nandra, KG Noeske, C Papovich, AC Phillips, RM Rich, GH Rieke, D Rigopoulou, S Salim, D Schiminovich, L Simard, I Smail, TA Small, BJ Weiner, CNA Willmer, SP Willner, G Wilson, EL Wright, R Yan

In this the first of a series of Letters, we present a panchromatic data set in the Extended Groth Strip region of the sky. Our survey, the All-Wavelength Extended Groth Strip International Survey (AEGIS), aims to study the physical properties and evolutionary processes of galaxies at z ∼ 1. It includes the following deep, wide-field imaging data sets: Chandra/ACIS X-ray, GALEX ultraviolet, CFHT/MegaCam Legacy Survey optical, CFHT/CFH12K optical, Hubble Space Telescope/ACS optical and NICMOS near-infrared, Palomar/WIRC near-infrared, Spitzer/IRAC mid-infrared, Spitzer/MIPS far-infrared, and VLA radio continuum. In addition, this region of the sky has been targeted for extensive spectroscopy using the Deep Imaging Multi-Object Spectrograph (DEIMOS) on the Keck II 10 m telescope. Our survey is compared to other large multiwavelength surveys in terms of depth and sky coverage. © 2007. The American Astronomical Sociey, All rights reserved.


Strong and Weak Lensing United. III. Measuring the Mass Distribution of the Merging Galaxy Cluster 1ES 0657-558

\apj 652 (2006) 937-947-937-947

M Bradač, D Clowe, AH Gonzalez, P Marshall, W Forman, C Jones, M Markevitch, S Randall, T Schrabback, D Zaritsky


HST ACS Observations of the Gravitational Lens B1608+656

American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts 38 (2006) 927-927
Part of a series from Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society

SH Suyu, RD Blandford, CD Fassnacht, LV Koopmans, PJ Marshall, JP McKean, T Treu


Physical component analysis of galaxy cluster weak gravitational lensing data

\mnras 372 (2006) 1289-1298-1289-1298

P Marshall


A Bayesian analysis of regularized source inversions in gravitational lensing

\mnras 371 (2006) 983-998-983-998

SH Suyu, PJ Marshall, MP Hobson, RD Blandford

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