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The UHRA is a showcase of the research produced by the University of Hertfordshire. Research in UHRA can be viewed and downloaded freely by researchers and students all over the world.

As of 25-Apr-2017, the repository contains 16157 outputs, including fulltext where copyright permits.

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  • Krause, Martin; Schartmann, M.; Burkert, A. (2012-10-01)
    Hydrodynamic stability has been a longstanding issue for the cloud model of the broad line region in active galactic nuclei. We argue that the clouds may be gravitationally bound to the supermassive black hole. If true, ...
  • Gaibler, V.; Khochfar, S.; Krause, M.; Silk, J. (2012-09-01)
    Feedback from active galactic nuclei (AGN) has become a major component in simulations of galaxy evolution, in particular for massive galaxies. AGN jets have been shown to provide a large amount of energy and are capable ...
  • Krause, M.; Charbonnel, C.; Decressin, T.; Meynet, G.; Prantzos, N.; Diehl, R. (2012-10-05)
    The picture of the early evolution of globular clusters has been significantly revised in recent years. Current scenarios require at least two generations of stars of which the first generation (1G), and therefore also the ...
  • Mesyan, Zak; Mitchell, James D.; Morayne, Michal; Peresse, Yann (2012-11-01)
    Let $\nat^\nat$ be the semigroup of all mappings on the natural numbers $\nat$, and let $U$ and $V$ be subsets of $\nat^\nat$. We write $U\preccurlyeq V$ if there exists a countable subset $C$ of $\nat^\nat$ such that $U$ ...
  • Williams, W. L.; Intema, H. T.; Röttgering, H. J. A. (2013-01-01)
    We present wide area, deep, high-resolution 153 MHz GMRT observations of the NOAO Bootes field, adding to the extensive, multi-wavelength data of this region. The observations, data reduction, and catalogue construction ...

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