9780521849081

Outskirts of Galaxy Clusters (IAU C195): Intense Life in the Suburbs

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  • Copyright: 2005-01-10
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Summary

This book contains the proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium no. 195, held in Torino, Italy in 2004. The meeting investigated the formation of galaxies within a full cosmological context, focusing on the outer regions of galaxy clusters. The observed correlation of optical and radio properties of galaxies with their environment indicates that the formation and evolution of galaxies is intimately linked to the formation of large scale structure. With chapters written by leading authorities in the field, this timely volume investigates the role of the environment in determining the properties of galaxies. It describes the distribution of matter and galaxies on the largest scales in the Universe, the processes of cluster and galaxy formation, their role and interplay. This is a valuable collection of review articles for professional astronomers.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Organizing committee xvii
Conference photograph xviii
Conference participants xxi
Part 1. THE COSMIC WEB
Section A. The matter distribution
Mapping the cosmic web with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (I)
5(7)
M.S. Vogeley, F. Hoyle, R.R. Rojas, D.M. Goldberg
X-ray galaxy clusters in the large-scale strnctUre (I)
12(7)
H. Böhringer, P. Schuecker, N. Nowak, P. Popesso, M. Huber
The large-scale environment of groups and clusters of galaxies (I)
19(7)
M. Plionis
Superclusters and voids in the Sloan I )SS
26(3)
V. Müller, C. Maulbetsch
Discovery of a large-scale clumpy street ere of the Lynx supercluster at z ~1.27
29(5)
F. Nakata, T. Kodama, A. Shimasaku, M. Doi, H. Furusawa, M. Hamabe, M. Kimura, Y. Komiyarna, S. Miyazaki, S. Okamura, M. Ouchi, M. Sekiguchi, M. Yagi, N. Yasuda
Weak lensing evidence for a filament between A222/A223
34(5)
J.P. Dietrich, D. Clowe, P. Schneider, J. Kerp, E. Romano-Diaz
The faint X-ray source population near 3C 295
39(6)
V. D'Elia, F. Fiore, M. Elvis, M. Cappi, S. Mathur, P. Mazzotta, E. Falco, F. Cocchia
Section B. Theoretical tools
Morphological statistics of the cosmic web (I)
45(6)
S.F. Shandarin
Voids in a ACDM universe (I)
51(7)
J.M. Colberg
A hierarchy of voids
58(6)
R. van de Weygaert, R. Sheth, E. Platen
Measuring the Mach number of the universe via the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect
64(7)
F. Atrio-Barandela, A. Kashlinsky, J.P. Mücket
Section C. Clusters in action
Interacting clusters and their environment (I)
71(7)
S. Bardelli
Galaxy cluster formation from the large-scale structure: a case study of the Abell 2125 complex at z = 0.247
78(5)
Q.D. Wang, F. Owen, M. Ledlow, W. Keel
Radio activity in major mergings
83(3)
E. Zucca, T. Venturi, S. Giacintucci, S. Bardelli, D. Dallacasa
Radio halos in merging clusters of galaxies
86(3)
S. Giacintucci, T. Venturi, S. Bardelli, G. Brunetti, D. Dallacasa, P. Rao, E. Zucca
Large-scale velocity flow in the Horologium-Reticulum supercluster
89(3)
M.C. Fleenor, J.A. Rose, W.A. Christiansen, R.W. Hunstead, M. Johnston-Hollitt, M.J. Drinkwater
Multiple merging in the Abell cluster 1367
92(3)
L. Cortese, G. Gavazzi, A. Boselli
Wide-field spectroscopy of a galaxy cluster pair at z = 0.4
95(3)
D.G. Gilbank, F.J. Castander, M.L. Balogh, R.G. Bower
Structure and dynamics of the Shapley supercluster
98(7)
D. Proust, A. Reisenegger, H. Quintana, E. Slezak, H. Muriel, L. Sodré Jr., M.J. Drinkwater, Q.A. Parker
Part 2. FORMATION AND EVOLUTION OF GALAXY CLUSTERS
Section A. Diffuse baryons
The warm-hot intergalactic medium (I)
105(6)
J.S. Kaastra
First detection of WHIM filaments at cosmological distances
111(5)
F. Nicastro
Absorbers in the suburbs: HST views the local Lyα forest
116(6)
J.T. Stocke, J.M. Shull, S.V. Penton, B.A. Keeney, J.L. Rosenberg
Clusters outskirts at X-ray wavelengths: current status and future prospects
122(4)
S. Molendi
XMM-Newton view on cluster outskirts
126(5)
A. Finoguenov
Thermal structure of cooling clusters
131(3)
R. Piffaretti, J. Kaastra, T. Tamura, J.R. Peterson
A note on temperature profiles of rich clusters of galaxies
134(3)
S. De Grandi. S. Molendi
Temperature and metallicity maps in cool core clusters of galaxies
137(3)
S. Caffi, F. Gastaldello, S. Ghizzardi, S. Molendi
Warm gas in the outskirts of galaxy clusters - The cluster soft excess phenomenon
140(5)
M. Bonamente, R. Lieu, J.P.D. Mittaz
Soft X-ray excess in the cluster of galaxies Sérsic 159-03
145(3)
J. de Plaa, J.S. Kaastra, M. Méndez, T. Tamura, J.A.M. Bleeker, J. Peterson, F.B.S. Paerels, M. Bonamente, R. Lieu
Non-thermal phenomena in galaxy clusters (I)
148(7)
G. Brunetti
Cluster mergers, radio halos and hard X-ray tails: a statistical magneto-turbulent model
155(3)
R. Cassano, G. Brunetti
The XMM-Ω project: gas mass fraction shape in high redshift clusters
158(5)
R. Sadat and the XMM-Ω collaboration
Measuring cluster gas mass fractions with X-ray, Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect, and weak lensing data
163(6)
S. LaRoque, M. Bonamente, J.E. Carlstrom, M. Joy, E.D. Reese
Section B. Building clusters
The state of wide-field surveys and their contributions to the study of cluster peripheries (I)
169(7)
I.P. Dell'Antonio
Optical/infrared observations of high-redshift galaxy clusters (I)
176(7)
H.K.C. Yee
Wide-field spectroscopy of A1689 and A1835 with VIMOS: first results
183(5)
O. Czoske
Optical and X-ray analysis of the galaxy cluster A3921
188(5)
C. Ferrari, C. Benoist, S. Maurogordato, A. Cappi, E. Slezak, E. Belsole, J.L. Sauvageot, H. Bourdin, G.W. Pratt
The distribution of mass and light in cluster infall regions (I)
193(7)
K. Rines
M/L of X-ray luminous clusters from weak lensing
200(5)
H. Dahle
Action model of infall into the Virgo cluster
205(7)
R.B. Tully, R. Mohayaee
Infall from peculiar velocities
212(3)
M.L. Ceccarelli, C. Valotto, N. Padilla, D.G. Lambas, R. Giovanelli, M. Haynes
Dynamical masses of RCS galaxy clusters
215(11)
K. Blindert, H.K.C. Yee, M.D. Gladders, E. Ellingson
Diffuse intracluster light in 10 clusters at 0.05 less than z less than 0.31 220
J.E. Krick, R.A. Bernstein
Intracluster light at z~0.25 from SDSS imaging data
226(5)
S. Zibetti, S.D.M. White
Suprime-33: Suprime-Cam weak lensing cluster survey
231(2)
T. Hamana
HIROCS - a galaxy cluster survey at high redshifts
233(3)
S. Falter, H.-J. Röser, H. Hippelein, C. Wolf, E. Bell
ESO distant cluster survey: spectroscopy
236(3)
C. Halliday, B. Milvang-Jensen, S. Poirier, B.M. Poggianti, P. Jablonka, A. Aragón-Salamanca, R. Pelló, R.P. Saglia, G. De Lucia, L. Simard, D.I. Clowe, G. Rudnick, S.D.M. White
Spectroscopy of high-redshift EIS clusters
239(3)
L.F. Olsen, H.E. Jørgensen, E. Zucca, S. Bardelli, A. Biviano, C. Benoist, L. da Costa, M. Ramella, M. Scodeggio
Scaling relations for galaxy clusters
242(3)
C. Marmo, G. Fasano, E. Pignatelli, B. Poggianti, D. Bettoni, C. Halliday, J. Varela, M. Moles, P. Kjærgaard, W. Couch, A. Dressler
Application of the Voronoi tessellation technique for galaxy cluster search in the Münster Red Sky Survey
245(3)
E. Panko, P. Flin
On the ellipticity of galaxy clusters
248(5)
P. Flin, J. Krywult, M. Biernacka
Section C. Theoreticians at work
Intracluster thermodynamics (I)
253(7)
G. M. Voit,
Studying clusters of galaxies with hydrodynamical simulations (I)
260(7)
V. Springel
Dynamical evolution of the ICM (I)
267(7)
G. Tormen
The structure of the ICM from high-resolution SPH simulations
274(6)
G. Yepes, Y. Ascasibar, R. Sevilla, S. Gottldber, V. Muller
The dynamics of cluster substructure
280(5)
S.P.D. Gill, A. Knebe, B.K. Gibson
Enrichment of the intracluster medium from infalling galaxies
285(5)
E. van Kampen, W. Domainko, W. Kapferer, S. Schindler, S. Kimeswenger, O. Mangete, M. Ruffert
Chemical enrichment of ICM in a hierarchical galaxy formation model including SNe Ia
290(3)
M. Nagashima, C.G. Lacey, C.M. Baugh, C.S. Frenk, S. Cole
Masclet: a new multidimensional AMR. cosmological code
293(3)
V. Quilis
Simulating the formation of galaxy clusters
296(3)
D. Nagai, A.V. Kravtsov
Intracluster entropy from quasar activity
299(3)
A. Lapi, A. Cavaliere
Reproducing the entropy structure of clusters and groups
302(3)
G. González-Casado, J.M. Solaacs, A. Manrique, E. Salvador-Solé
Scaling laws of simulated galaxy clusters
305(4)
D. Sijacki, G. Tormen
Modeling DM and ICM in simulated galaxy clusters
309(4)
E. Rasia, G. Tormen, L. Moscardini
Simulating Chandra observations of galaxy clusters
313(3)
E. Rasia, A. Gardini, P. Mazzotta, G. Tormen, S. De Grandi, L. Moscardini
Velocity field in cluster outskirts in ACDM models
316(3)
M.C. Pivato, N.D. Padilla, D.G. Lambas
Constraints to cosmological parameters through cluster evolution
319(8)
A. Del Popolo, N. Ercan
Part 3. FORMATION AND TRANSFORMATION OF GALAXIES
Section A. Nurture and genetics of galaxies
The properties of galaxies on the outskirts of clusters (I)
327(7)
E. Ellingson
Galaxy clusters at low redshift (I)
334(7)
M.L. Balogh
Infall and starbursts in z ~ 0.5 clusters
341(6)
A. Dressler
Luminous infrared starbursts in a cluster of galaxies
347(5)
P.-A. Due, D. Fadda, B. Poggianti, D. Elbaz, A. Biviano, H. Flores, A. Moorwood, A. Franceschini, C. Cesarsky
ISOCAM observations of intermediate-redshift galaxy clusters at 7 and 15 μm.
352(5)
R. Pérez-Martinez, L. Metcalfe, D. Coia, A. Biviano, B. McBreen, B. Altieri, C. Sánchez-Fernández
A submm survey of high-redshift galaxy clusters: a submm Butcher-Oemler effect?
357(5)
T. Webb, H.K.C. Yee, H. Hoekstra, M. Gladders
Newcomers meet the intracluster medium in the Coma cluster
362(5)
B.M. Poggianti, T.J. Bridges, M. Yagi, Y. Komiyama, D. Carter, B. Mobasher, S. Okamura, N. Kashikawa
Galaxy evolution in clusters from z = 1 to z = 0
367(5)
S. Andreon, J. Willis, H. Quintana, I. Vahch,anov. M. Pierre, F. Pacaud
Internal kinematics of spiral galaxies in distant rich galaxy clusters
372(5)
K. Jäger, A. Böhm, B.L. Ziegler, J. Heidt, C. Möllenholf
Wide field imaging of distant clusters (I)
377(7)
T. Treu
Spectroscopic signatures of galaxy evolution in C10024+16 at z~0.4
384(6)
S.M. Moran, R.S. Ellis, T. Treu
Linking star formation and environment in supercluster galaxies
390(4)
M.E. Gray, C. Wolf K. Meisenheimer, A. Taylor, S. Dye, A. Borth, M. Kleinheinrich
Galaxy evolution in dense environments: a concise HI perspective (I)
394(7)
M.A.W. Verheijen
HI view of the Virgo cluster outskirts: implications on galaxy evolution
401(5)
J.M. Solanes. T. Sanchis, E. Salvador-Solé, G.A. Mamon
Galaxies in present-day clusters: evolutionary constraints from their distributions and kinematics (I)
406(7)
A. Biviano. P. Katgert
Breaking the mass/anisotropy degeneracy in the Coma cluster
413(5)
G.A. Marron. E.L. Lokas, T. Sanchis
Velocity of galaxies with different luminosity
418(5)
Y. P. Jin.q, G. Börger
Radio imaging of head-tailed galaxies from an in-falling filament of the Horologium-Reticulum supercluster
423(3)
M. Johnston-Hollitt, M. Fleenor. J. Rose, W. Christiansen. H.W. Hunstead
Populations of galaxy groups in clusters from wide-field multicolor imaging
426(3)
I.H. Li, H.K.C. Yee, E. Ellingson, G. Laurent
Photometric properties of dwarf galaxies in the Coma cluster: radial dependence
429(3)
Y. Korniyama, S. Mamma, M. Yagi, N. Kashikawa, B.M. Poggianti, T.J. Bridges, B. Mobasher, D. Carter
Environmental effects in the structural parameters of Conia galaxies
432(3)
J.A.L. Aguerri, J. Iglesias-Páramo. J.M. Vilchez. C. Muñoz-Tuñón
The K-band luminosity functions of galaxies in high-redshift clusters
435(3)
S. Ellis, L. Jones
The luminosity function of galaxies in the Hercules cluster
438(3)
R. Sánchez-Janssen, J. Iglesias-Páramo, C. Muñoz-Tuñón. J.A.L. Aguerri. J.M. Vilchez
The dwarf galaxy population in two compact groups
441(3)
P.E. Campos, C. Mendes de Oliveira. M. Bolte
The environmental dependence of galaxy properties in the local universe: effects of local and global environment
444(3)
M. Tanaka, T. Goto, S. Okamura, K. Shirneseke, J. Brinkman
The relation of the abundance ratios iu early-type galaxies with the cluster mass
447(3)
C. Carretero, A. Vazdekis, J.E. Beckman
Intergalactic HII regions in Steplian's Quintet
450(3)
C. Mendes de Oliveira, E.S. Cypiano, L. Sodré Jr., C. Balkowski
A new sample of isolated galaxy pairs
453(3)
V. Zitelli, P. Focardi, B. Kelm, S. Marinoni
Dominant galaxies in 2dF groups
456(5)
B. Kelm, P. Focardi
Section B. Building galaxies
The mass assembly history of galaxies and clusters of galaxies (I)
461(7)
T. Kodama, the PISCES team and the SXDS team
Extended Lyman-alpha emitters in and around a proto-cluster at z = 3.1
468(5)
T. Yamada, Y. Matsuda, T. Hayashino
Observing the build-up of the colour-magnitude relation at redshift - 0.8
473(5)
G. De Lucia, B.M. Poggianti, A. Aragón-Salamanca, D. Clowe, C. Halliday, P. Jablonka, B. Milvang-Jensen, R. Pelló, S. Poirier, G. Rudnick, R. Saglia, L. Simard, S.D.M. White and the EDisCS collaboration
Age and metallicity estimates from high-resolution galaxy spectra: application to early-type galaxies
478(5)
A. Gallazzi, S. Chariot, S.D.M. White, J. Brinchmann
E+A galaxies in intermediate redshift clusters
483(5)
K.-V.H. Tran, M. Franx, G.D. Illingworth, D.D. Kelson, P. van Dokkum
The stellar populations of low-redshift clusters
488(3)
C. Harrison, M. Colless, W.J. Couch, B.A. Peterson
The stellar kinematics of the giant halos of Brightest Cluster Galaxies
491(5)
G.K.T. Hau, M. Hilker, T. Bridges, D. Carter, H. Dejonghe, S. De Rijcke, H. Quintana
The kinematic properties of isolated elliptical galaxies
496(3)
G.K.T. Hau, D.A. Forbes, F. Redo
A detailed view of the Fundamental Plane of early-type galaxies in clusters at z ~ 0.2
499(3)
A. Fritz, B.L. Ziegler
Evolutionary status of early type galaxies in distant poor clusters
502(3)
A. Fritz, B.L. Ziegler
Structure and stellar populations in early-type galaxies
505(3)
A. Vazdekis, I. Trujillo, Y. Yamada
More evidence of substructure in the motions of nearby halo stars
508(5)
P. Re Fiorentin, A. Helmi, M.G. Lattanzi, A. Spagna
Section C. The galaxy melting pot
On the age-radius relation and orbital history of cluster galaxies (I)
513(6)
B. Moore, J. Diemand, J. Stadel
Morphological evolution of cluster galaxies
519(5)
C. Mastropietro, B. Moore, J. Diemand, L. Mayer, J. Stadel
L.O.S.V.D.'s of elliptical galaxies from mergers of disk galaxies
524(3)
A.C. González-Garcia, M. Balcells
Galaxy formation modeling (I)
527(7)
A.J. Benson
The roles of ram-pressure stripping and minor mergers in the evolution of galaxies
534(5)
T. Okamoto, M. Nagashima
On the inclusion of environmental effects in the halo model of galaxy clustering (I)
539(7)
R.K. Sheth, U. Abbas, R. Skibba
How does clustering depend on environment?
546(3)
U. Abbas, R.K. Sheth
Effects of small-scale structure on the progress and duration of reionization
549(4)
I.T. Iliev, P.R. Shapiro, E. Scannapieco, A.C. Raga
Author index 553(4)
Object index 557

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