Abstracts, Reports, Letters - Alan P. Boss

1977

1) S. J. Peale and A. P. Boss, A Spin-Orbit Constraint on the Viscosity of a Mercurian Liquid Core (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 9, 457.

2) S. J. Peale and A. P. Boss, A Spin-Orbit Constraint on the Viscosity of a Mercurian Liquid Core (extended abstract), NASA Technical Memorandum X-3511, 27-28.

3) S. J. Peale and A. P. Boss, Mercury's Core: The Effect of Obliquity on the Spin-Orbit Constraints (extended abstract), NASA Technical Memorandum X-3511, 29-30.

1978

4) A. P. Boss and S. J. Peale, Nonaxisymmetric Models of Collapsing, Rotating Protostars (abstract), Protostars and Planets Conference, Tucson, Arizona.

5) A. P. Boss and S. J. Peale, Nonaxisymmetric Models of Collapsing, Rotating Protostars (extended abstract), NASA Technical Memorandum 79729, 2-4.

1979

6) A. P. Boss and S. J. Peale, Nonaxisymmetric Models of Collapsing, Rotating Protostars (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science X, 147-149.

7) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Equilibrium of Rotating, Adiabatic Clouds (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 11, 700.

1981

8) A. P. Boss, Hydrodynamical Models of Presolar Nebula Formation (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 13, 722.

1982

9) A. P. Boss and I. S. Sacks, Time-Dependent Numerical Models of Single and Double-Layer Mantle Convection (abstract), Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 63, 432.

10) I. S. Sacks, A. P. Boss, and J. A. Snoke, Lateral Heterogeneity at the Base of the Mantle (abstract), Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 63, 1253.

11) A. P. Boss, Presolar Nebula Formation (report), Carnegie Institution of Washington Yearbook 81, 520-525.

12) A. P. Boss and I. S. Sacks, Time-dependent Numerical Models of Mantle Convection (report), Carnegie Institution of Washington Yearbook 81, 543-550.

13) A. P. Boss and A. T. Linde, The VAX 11/780 Computer (report), Carnegie Institution of Washington Yearbook 81, 579-580.

14) A. P. Boss, Nonisothermal, Axisymmetric Models of the Presolar Nebula (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 14, 717.

15) R. H. Durisen, R. A. Gingold, J. E. Tohline, and A. P. Boss, The Binary Fission Hypothesis: A Comparison of Numerical Results (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 14, 888-889.

1983

16) A. P. Boss, On the Formation of the Presolar Nebula from a Multiple Protostellar System (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XIV, 65-66.

17) A. P. Boss and I. S. Sacks, The Formation and Growth of Deep-Mantle Plumes (abstract), Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 64 , 309.

18) A. P. Boss and I. S. Sacks, Finite-Amplitude Models of the Early Evolution of the Earth (abstract), XVIII General Assembly of the IUGG, Hamburg, Germany, Interdisciplinary Symposia Volume 1, 296.

19) A. P. Boss and I. S. Sacks, Finite-Amplitude Models of the Formation and Growth of Deep-Mantle Plumes (abstract), XVIII General Assembly of the IUGG, Hamburg, Germany, IASPEI Volume, 194.

20) A. P. Boss, Nonisothermal Protostellar Collapse (report), Carnegie Institution of Washington Yearbook 82, 538-541.

21) A. P. Boss and I. S. Sacks, Formation and Growth of Deep Mantle Plumes (report), Carnegie Institution of Washington Yearbook 82, 505-508.

1984

22) A. P. Boss, Differentiating between the Formation of Single and Binary Protostars (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 16, 525.

23) H. Mizuno and A. P. Boss, Tidal Disruption and the Origin of the Moon (abstract), Papers Presented to the Conference on the Origin of the Moon, Kona, Hawaii, p. 37.

24) A. P. Boss and H. Mizuno, The Dynamic Fission Instability and the Origin of the Moon (abstract), Papers Presented to the Conference on the Origin of the Moon, Kona, Hawaii, p. 36.

25) A. P. Boss, 3D Models of the Formation of the Presolar Nebula (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 16, 701.

1985

26) A. P. Boss and I. S. Sacks, High Spatial Resolution Models of Time-Dependent, Layered Mantle Convection (abstract), Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 66, 381.

27) A. P. Boss, Spatial-Velocity Maps, Retrograde Rotation, and Binary Protostellar Clouds (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 17, 616.

28) A. P. Boss, Protoearth Mass Shedding and the Origin of the Moon (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 17, 713.

29) A. P. Boss, Theoretical Determination of the Minimum Protostellar Mass (abstract), Workshop on Astrophysics of Brown Dwarfs, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia.

1987

30) A. P. Boss, G. E. Morfill, W. Tscharnuter, Models of the Structure and Evolution of the Solar Nebula (abstract), Conference on Origin and Evolution of Planetary and Satellite Atmospheres, Tucson, Arizona.

31) A. P. Boss, Bipolar Flows, Molecular Gas Disks, and the Collapse and Accretion of Rotating Interstellar Clouds (abstract), NATO Advanced Study Institute on Galactic and Extragalactic Star Formation, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada.

32) A. P. Boss, Formation of Brown Dwarfs (letter to the Editor), Science, 237, 963-964.

1988

33) A. P. Boss, Angular Momentum Transport by Gravitational Torques in the Early Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XIX, 122-123.

34) A. P. Boss, Three Dimensional Evolution of the Solar Nebula (printed poster paper), in The Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems, H. A. Weaver, F. Paresce, L. Danly, eds. (Baltimore: Space Telescope Science Institute), pp. 21-28.

35) A. P. Boss, Angular Momentum Transport in the Early Solar Nebula (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 20, 900.

36) A. P. Boss, 3D Hydrodynamics and Radiative Transfer (abstract), IAU Colloquium 109: Applications of Computer Technology to Dynamical Astronomy, Gaithersburg, Maryland.

37) A. P. Boss, Rapid Jupiter Formation and the Early Solar Nebula (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 20, 814.

38) A. P. Boss, 3D Solar Nebula Models: Implications for Earth Origin (extended abstract), Conference on the Origin of the Earth, Berkeley, California, pp. 7-8.

39) J. A. Graham, A. P. Boss, and M. H. Heyer, Activity Around Young Embedded Stars (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 20, 1092.

1989

40) A. P. Boss, The Birth of a Star (report), Supercomputer Review, 2, 42-43.

41) A. P. Boss, Surface Density and Temperature Profiles in the Early Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XX, pp. 99-100.

42) A. P. Boss, Nonisothermal Fragmentation (abstract), Workshop on Physical Processes in Fragmentation and Star Formation, Monteporzio Catone, Italy.

43) A. P. Boss, 3D Models of Binary Fragmentation, Protostellar Core Hiccups, and the Solar Nebula (abstract), Workshop of the Center for Star Formation Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz, California.

44) A. P. Boss, Formation and Evolution of Low Mass Stars (book review), Science, 244, 1598.

45) A. P. Boss and W. Benz, Tidal Disruption of Inviscid Protoplanets (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 21, 915.

46) A. P. Boss, 3D Solar Nebula Models: Implications for Earth Origin (extended abstract), NASA Technical Memorandum 4130, pp. 156-157.

47) A. P. Boss, Angular Momentum Transport by Gravitational Torques in the Early Solar Nebula (extended abstract), NASA Technical Memorandum 4130, pp. 164-166.

48) A. P. Boss, Rapid Jupiter Formation and the Early Solar Nebula (abstract), NASA Technical Memorandum 4130, p. 168.

49) A. P. Boss, Fission Instability During Inner Core Formation (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 21, 1222.

1990

50) A. P. Boss, A. G. W. Cameron, and W. Benz, Tidal Disruption of Inviscid Protoplanets (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXI, pp. 117-118.

51) A. P. Boss, Fragmentation of Collapsing Molecular Cloud Cores and Formation of Unequal Mass Binaries (abstract), Protostars and Planets III, Tucson, Arizona.

52) W. M. Tscharnuter, and A. P. Boss, Formation of the Protosolar Nebula (abstract), Protostars and Planets III, Tucson, Arizona.

53) A. P. Boss, Theory: Star Formation (abstract), Third Haystack Conference on Atoms, Ions, and Molecules: New Results in Spectral Line Astrophysics, Westford, Massachusetts.

54) A. P. Boss, Nonaxisymmetric Structure During Solar Nebula Formation, (abstract), NASA Technical Memorandum 4210, p. 170.

55) A. P. Boss, A. G. W. Cameron, and W. Benz, Tidal Disruption of Inviscid Protoplanets, (abstract), NASA Technical Memorandum 4210, p. 171.

56) A. P. Boss, Surface Density and Temperature Profiles in the Early Solar Nebula, (extended abstract), NASA Technical Memorandum 4210, pp. 172-173.

1991

57) A. P. Boss, Tidal Disruption of Small Bodies (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXII, pp. 129-130.

58) A. P. Boss, Second-Order Accurate Models of Solar Nebula Formation (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXII, pp. 127-128.

59) A. P. Boss, Numerical Models of the Formation of the Solar Nebula (abstract), Origin and Evolution of the Solar System, O. Schmidt Institute of the Physics of the Earth, Moscow, USSR, p. 8.

60) A. P. Boss, A. G. W. Cameron, and W. Benz, Tidal Disruption of Inviscid Protoplanets, (abstract), NASA Technical Memorandum 4300, pp. 444-445.

61) W. M. Tscharnuter, and A. P. Boss, Formation of the Protosolar Nebula, (abstract), NASA Technical Memorandum 4300, p. 419.

62) A. P. Boss, and H. W. Yorke, Spectral and Isophotal Appearance of 3D Protostellar Models (abstract), NASA Technical Memorandum 4300, pp. 422-423.

1992

63) A. P. Boss, Formation of the Solar Nebula (report), Planetary Geosciences 1989-90, eds. M. T. Zuber, O. B. James, J. I. Lunine, G. J. MacPherson, and R. J. Phillips, NASA Report SP-508, pp. 10-12.

64) A. P. Boss, Thermal Structure of the Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXIII, pp. 141-142.

65) A. P. Boss, The Fragmentation Mechanism (abstract), IAU Colloquium #135, Complementary Approaches to Double and Multiple Star Research, Pine Mountain, Georgia.

66) B. F. Burke, et al., Toward Other Planetary Systems Workshop Report (Chapter 2 lead author: A. P. Boss), TOPS Science Working Group (NASA Headquarters: Washington).

67) A. P. Boss, Solar Nebula Temperatures (abstract), Dispersal of Protoplanetary Disks Workshop, Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, California.

68) A. P. Boss, Formation of Late-Phase Protoplanetary Disks (abstract), First International Conference on Planetary Systems: Formation, Evolution, and Detection, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California.

1993

69) A. P. Boss, Midplane Temperatures in the Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXIV, pp. 151-152.

70) A. P. Boss, and E. A. Myhill, Initiating Solar System Formation Through Stellar Shock Waves (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXIV, pp. 155-156.

71) A. P. Boss, and J. A. Graham, Chondrule Formation by Clumpy Accretion onto the Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXIV, pp. 153-154.

72) A. P. Boss, Multiple Protostar Formation (abstract), Second International Conference on Planetary Systems: Formation, Evolution, and Detection, Waikoloa, Hawaii.

73) A. P. Boss, Multiple Protostar Formation (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 25, 1439.

1994

74) A. P. Boss, The Formation of Stars and Planetary Systems (report), Carnegie Institution of Washington Yearbook 92, pp. 111-120.

75) A. P. Boss, Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9: An Upper Bound on its Mean Density (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXV, pp. 147-148.

76) A. P. Boss, and P. N. Foster, Injection of Presolar Grains into the Solar Nebula by a Stellar Shock Wave (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXV, pp. 151-152.

77) A. P. Boss, Midplane Temperatures and Solar Nebula Evolution (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXV, pp. 149-150.

78) A. P. Boss, Origin of Binary Stars (report), Reports on Astronomy, Transactions of the International Astronomical Union, (J. Bergeron, editor), XXII A, pp. 481-483.

79) A. P. Boss, and H. W. Yorke, Protoplanetary Disks, Mid-IR Dips, and Disk Gaps (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 26, pp. 1087-1088.

80) J. A. Graham, and A. P. Boss, Clumpy Accretion During Early Stellar and Planetary Evolution (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 26, p. 1088.

81) P. N. Foster, and A. P. Boss, Shock-Induced Collapse of the Presolar Nebula (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 26, p. 1085.

82) A. P. Boss, Large Scale Processes in the Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Conference on Chondrules and the Protoplanetary Disk, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, pp. 2-3.

83) A. P. Boss, Gravitational Collapse and Protostars (abstract), Conference on Circumstellar Disks, Outflows, and Star Formation, Cozumel, Mexico, p. 10.

84) J. A. Burns, et al., An Integrated Strategy for the Planetary Sciences 1995-2010 (report), Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration (National Academy of Sciences: Washington).

1995

85) A. P. Boss, Chondrules and the Protoplanetary Disk (conference report), Meteoritics, 30, pp. 4-5.

86) A. P. Boss, Thermal Profiles in Protoplanetary Disks, (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXVI, pp. 151-152.

87) J. E. Chambers, G. W. Wetherill, and A. P. Boss, Dynamical Stability of Systems of Planetary Embryos (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXVI, pp. 223-224.

88) P. N. Foster and A. P. Boss, Triggering Collapse of the Presolar Cloud with Shock Waves (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXVI, pp. 417-418.

89) A. P. Boss, Outside-In Protostellar Collapse (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 27, 1201.

90) A. P. Boss, Formation and Early Evolution of Low-Mass Stars (abstract), Workshop on Galactic Star Formation and Early Stellar Evolution, Ringberg Castle, Germany.

91) A. P. Boss, Thermal Heterogeneity in the Solar Nebula: Paradox? (abstract), Meteoritics, 30, 489-490.

92) P. N. Foster and A. P. Boss, Short-Lived Radionuclides and Solar System Formation (abstract), Meteoritics, 30, 507.

93) P. N. Foster and A. P. Boss, Injection of Stellar Grains from Shock Waves into the Solar Nebula (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 27, 1164.

94) A. P. Boss, Formation of Jupiter-Like Planets Around Solar-Type Stars (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 27, 1379.

1996

95) A. P. Boss (editor), Carnegie Institution of Washington, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism (annual observatory report), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 28, 43-50.

96) A. P. Boss, Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics (book review), Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 31, 314-315.

97) P. N. Foster and A. P. Boss, Injection of Radioactive Nuclides from the Stellar Outflow that Triggered the Collapse of the Presolar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXVII, pp. 377-378.

98) A. P. Boss, Nonaxisymmetry in the Solar Nebula: Disk Evolution or Giant Gaseous Protoplanet Formation? (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXVII, pp. 141-142.

99) A. P. Boss, Forming a Jupiter-Like Companion for 51 Pegasi (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXVII, pp. 139-140.

100) A. P. Boss, The Formation of Planetary Systems (abstract), Infrared Space Interferometry Workshop on Astrophysics and The Study of Earth-like Planets, Toledo, Spain.

101) A. P. Boss, Binary Star Formation by Fragmentation (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 28, 1182.

102) A. P. Boss, Giant Gaseous Protoplanet Formation? (abstract), Planetary Formation in the Binary Environment conference, State University of New York, Stony Brook.

103) A. P. Boss, Finding and Forming Extrasolar Giant Planets and Brown Dwarfs (abstract), Capital Science Lecture Series, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, DC.

104) A. P. Boss, Giant Gaseous Protoplanet Formation? (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 28, 1112.

105) C. A. Beichman and ExNPS Team (including A. P. Boss), A Road Map for the Exploration of Neighboring Planetary Systems, JPL Publication 96-22.

1997

106) A. P. Boss, Binary Star Evolution: Origin and Formation (report), Reports on Astronomy, Transactions of the International Astronomical Union, (I. Appenzeller, editor), XXIII A, 385-387.

107) A. P. Boss, Extrasolar Planets and Brown Dwarfs (abstract), Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 42, 945.

108) P. N. Foster and A. P. Boss, Injection of Radioactive Nuclides from the Stellar Source that Triggered the Collapse of the Presolar Cloud Core (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXVIII, pp. 375-376.

109) A. P. Boss, Formation of Giant Gaseous Protoplanets by Gravitational Instability (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXVIII, pp. 137-138.

110) A. P. Boss, Erratum (figure rotated), Astrophysical Journal, 478, 828.

111) A. P. Boss, Chondrule Formation in Solar Nebula Shock Waves: The Role of Giant Gaseous Protoplanets (extended abstract), Meteoritics, 32, A18-A19.

112) A. P. Boss, Protostars and Protoplanetary Disks (abstract), ISO's View on Stellar Evolution, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands.

113) D. C. Black, et al., Origins: Roadmap for the Office of Space Science Origins Theme (Goal 2 lead author: A. P. Boss), Origins Subcommittee of the NASA Space Science Advisory Committee (JPL Report 400-700 7/97).

114) A. P. Boss, Young Stars and Giant Planets (reply to Letter), Science, 277, 1421-1422.

115) A. P. Boss, Moon, Meteorites, and Solar System Gallery, National Museum of Natural History (museum review), Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 32, 742-743.

116) A. P. Boss, Giant Planet Formation and Wobbling Stars (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 29, 1254-1255.

1998

117) A. P. Boss, Giant Planet Formation and Wobbling Stars (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXIX.

118) A. P. Boss and P. N. Foster, Injection of Lagging Short-Lived Isotopes into the Presolar Cloud (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXIX.

119) H. A. T. Vanhala and A. P. Boss, Injection of Radioactivities into the Protosolar Cloud (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXIX.

120) H. A. T. Vanhala, A. P. Boss, A. G. W. Cameron, and P. N. Foster, Triggered Star Formation: The FAQ (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXIX.

121) A. P. Boss, Formation of Extrasolar Giant Planets: Collapse or Accretion? (abstract), Euroconference on Extrasolar Planets, Lisbon, Portugal.

122) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Magnetically-Supported Molecular Cloud Cores (abstract), Workshop on Gravitational Collapse, Canadian Institute for Theoretical Physics, Toronto, Canada.

123) A. P. Boss, Giant Planet Formation Induced by a Binary Star Companion (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 30, 1057.

124) A. P. Boss, Extrasolar Planets and Brown Dwarf Stars (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 30, 1048-1049.

125) H. A. T. Vanhala, A. P. Boss, A. G. W. Cameron, and P. N. Foster, The Triggered Origin of the Solar System (extended abstract), First NASA Astrobiology Workshop, NASA Ames Research Center, California.

1999

126 A. P. Boss, Giant Planet Formation by Disk Instability (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXX CD/ROM.

127) H. A. T. Vanhala and A. P. Boss, Injection of Radioactivities into the Presolar Cloud: The Effect of Shock Structure and Resolution (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXX CD/ROM.

128) R. Danner and S. Unwin, eds. (A. Boss, contributing author), Space Interferometry Mission: Taking the Measure of the Universe, NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, JPL 400-811.

129) A. P. Boss, Binary Star Formation in Magnetic Molecular Clouds (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.

130) A. P. Boss, Formation and Abundance of Planets: What Might Be Out There? (extended abstract), Pale Blue Dot II Workshop, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California.

131) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Magnetic Molecular Cloud Cores (abstract), Star Formation 1999, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan.

132) A. P. Boss, Rapid Giant Planet Formation (abstract), Sixth Bioastronomy Meeting, Kohala Coast, Hawaii.

133) A. P. Boss, The Formation of Planets (abstract), Science with the Atacama Large Millimeter Array, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C.

2000

134) A. P. Boss (editor), Carnegie Institution of Washington, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism (annual observatory report), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 32, 24-31.

135) A. P. Boss, From Disks to Planets (abstract), Conference on Disks, Planetesimals, and Planets, Tenerife, Spain.

136) H. A. T. Vanhala and A. P. Boss, Numerical Simulations of Triggered Star Formation (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 32, 883.

137) V. Mannings, A. Boss, and S. Russell, Guest Editorial: Protostars and Planets IV, Icarus, 143, 1.

138) H. A. T. Vanhala and A. P. Boss, Injection of Radioactivities into the Forming Solar System (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXXI CD/ROM, #1061.

139) A. P. Boss, Shock-Wave Heating and Clump Formation in a Minimum Mass Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXXI CD/ROM, #1084.

140) A. P. Boss, Gas Giant Planet Formation and the Implications for Habitable Planets (abstract), First Annual Astrobiology Science Conference, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California.

141) D. Peterson, et al., Final Report of the Space Interferometry Science Working Group (report), NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C.

142) A. P. Boss, Formation and Abundance of Planets: What Might Be Out There? (text of talk and discussion), in Pale Blue Dot 2 Workshop: Habitable and Inhabited Worlds Beyond Our Own Solar System, L. I. Caroff, D. J. Des Marais, eds., NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California, NASA/CP--2000-209595, pp. 47-63.

143) A. P. Boss, Modes of Gaseous Planet Formation (abstract), IAU Symposium 202 -- Planetary Systems in the Universe: Observation, Formation and Evolution, Manchester, England, p. 36.

144) A. P. Boss, Massive Planet Formation Through Disk Instability (extended abstract), in Ringberg Meeting: Star Formation 2000, O. Kessel-Deynet, A. Burkert, eds., Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie, Heidelberg, Germany.

145) A. P. Boss, Rapid Formation of Gas Giant Protoplanets by Disk Instability (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 32, 1100.

146) A. P. Boss, How do you get hot Jupiters? (article), Northern Lights, newspaper of the International Astronomical Union General Assembly, Manchester, England, No. 2, p. 1.

147) A. P. Boss, Gas Giant Planet Formation and the Implications for Habitable Planets (abstract), Astrobiology: Life in the Universe Symposium, Dept. of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado.

2001

148) A. P. Boss, Injection of newly-synthesized elements into protosolar material (abstract), Royal Society Discussion Meeting on the Origin and Early Evolution of Solid Matter in the Solar System, London, England.

149) A. P. Boss, Star Formation Newsletter (book review), Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 36, pp. 320-321.

150) A. P. Boss, Gas Giant Protoplanet Formation: Disk Instability Models with Detailed Thermodynamics and Radiative Transfer (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXXII, CD/ROM, #1193.

151) A. P. Boss, Gas Giant Protoplanet Formation: Rapid or Slow? (extended abstract), NASA Astrobiology Institute Second General Meeting, Washington, DC.

152) A. P. Boss, Preservation of Isotopic Heterogeneity in the Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Supplement to Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 36 , pp. A26.

153) A. P. Boss, The Discovery of New Planetary Systems (abstract), Jornadas de Astrobiologia, CosmoCaixa, Madrid, Spain.

2002

154) A. P. Boss, Magnetic Fields and Multiple Protostar Formation (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 33 , 1361.

155) A. P. Boss, Gas Giant Protoplanet Formation: Rapid or Slow? (extended abstract), Astrobiology, 1 , 420-421.

156) N. Haghighipour and A. P. Boss, Dynamical Evolution of Solids in a Marginally Gravitationally Unstable Disk (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXXIII, CD/ROM.

157) A. P. Boss, Formation of Planetary-Mass Brown Dwarfs in Magnetic Molecular Clouds (abstract), International Astronomical Union Symposium 211 on Brown Dwarfs, Kohala, Hawaii.

158) A. P. Boss, Gas and Ice Giant Planet Formation (abstract), Scientific Frontiers in Research on Extrasolar Planets Conference, Washington, D.C., pp. 9-10.

159) A. P. Boss, Triggered Collapse, Magnetic Fields, and Very Low Mass Star Formation (abstract), Workshop on Galactic Star Formation Across the Stellar Mass Spectrum, International Astronomical Observatories in Chile, La Serena, Chile, p. 50.

160) A. P. Boss, G. W. Wetherill, and N. Haghighipour, Rapid Ice Giant Planet Formation and the Implications for Prebiotic Chemistry (abstract), Second Annual Astrobiology Science Conference, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California, p. 94.

161) N. Haghighipour and A. P. Boss, Migration of Solids in a Gravitationally Unstable Disk: a Possible Scenario for Terrestrial Planet Formation (abstract), Second Annual Astrobiology Science Conference, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California, p. 132.

162) A. P. Boss, Preservation of Isotopic Heterogeneity in the Solar Nebula: Vertical Mixing and Turbulent Diffusion (extended abstract), Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 37 , A20.

163) A. P. Boss, Outlook: Testing Planet Formation Theories (abstract), Workshop on Planetary Systems and Planets in Systems, International Space Science Institute, Saas Fee, Switzerland.

164) A. P. Boss, A New Scenario for the Origin of the Solar System (abstract), First Iberian Congress of Meteorites and Planetary Geology, Cuenca, Spain, p. 1.

165) A. P. Boss, A Heretic's Approach to Solar System Formation (abstract), Benjamin Dean Lecture Series on ``Dissecting Solar Systems'', California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California.

166) A. P. Boss, Working Group on Extrasolar Planets (IAU report), in Reports on Astronomy (H. Rickman, ed.), Vol. XXVA, 144-146.

167) N. Haghighipour and A. P. Boss, Rapid Migration of Small Solids in an Inhomogeneous Solar Nebula (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 34 , 889-890.

168) A. P. Boss, Astrobiological Implications of Forming the Solar System in an Ultraviolet-rich Environment (extended abstract), Astrobiology, 2 , 523-524.

169) A. P. Boss, Binary Stars and Planets (questions and answers), The Planetary Report, XXII, Number 1, pp. 20-21.

2003

170) A. P. Boss, Astrobiological Implications of Forming the Solar System in an Ultraviolet-rich Environment (extended abstract), NASA Astrobiology Institute Third General Meeting, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, pp. 278-279.

171) A. P. Boss, Gas Giant Protoplanet Formation: Disk Instability Models with Detailed Thermodynamics and Artificial Viscosity (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXXIV, CD/ROM, #0000.

172) N. Haghighipour and A. P. Boss, Gas-Drag Induced Migration of Solids in the Vicinity of a Density Enhancement in a Non-Uniform Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXXIV, CD/ROM, #0000.

173) N. Haghighipour and A. P. Boss, On Pressure Gradients and Rapid Migration of Solids in a Nonuniform Solar Nebula (erratum), Astrophysical Journal, 586 , 1442.

174) A. P. Boss, Giant Planet Formation by Disk Instability: Observational Consequences (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 35 , 729.

175) N. Haghighipour and A. P. Boss, Gas Drag Induced Coalescence of Small Solids in a Gravitationally Unstable Nebula, (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 35 , 774.

176) A. Sozzetti, D. W. Latham, G. Torres, R. P. Stefanik, A. Boss, B. W. Carney, and J. B. Laird, When Do Planets Form? The Search for Extrasolar Planets Around Metal-Poor Stars (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 35 , 748.

177) A. P. Boss, Rapid Formation of Giant Planets in Binary Star Systems (abstract), 2003 Gordon Research Conference on Origins of Solar Systems (J. Nuth, ed.), p. 9.

178) D. J. Des Marais, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., The NASA Astrobiology Roadmap (focus paper), Astrobiology, 3, 219-235. \smallskip

179) A. P. Boss, Rapid Formation of Giant Planets in Binary Star Systems (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 35 , 963.

180) A. P. Boss, Planet Formation (abstract), Symposium on Life in a Planetary Context, Gravitational and Space Biology Bulletin, 17 , 78.

181) A. P. Boss, Formation of Planets: Disks or Cores?: Response (letter to the Editor), Science, 301 , p. 463.

182) A. P. Boss, Planet Formation in Binary Star Systems? (poster), TPF Science, Design, and Technology Expo 2003, Pasadena, California, CD-ROM and web site.

183) A. P. Boss, New Worlds in the Cosmos: The Discovery of Exoplanets (book review), Nature, 426 , 386-387.

2004

184) A. P. Boss, The Formation of Giant Planets (abstract), Colloquium, Department of Physic and Astronomy, McMaster University, Canada.

185) A. P. Boss, Looking for Earths: The Race to Find New Solar Systems (abstract), Public Lecture, Origins Series, McMaster University, Canada.

186) A. P. Boss, The Formation of Giant Planets (abstract), Planetary Timescales Conference, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, p. 18.

187) A. P. Boss, Convective Cooling of Protoplanetary Disks and Rapid Giant Planet Formation (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXXV, CD/ROM, #1124.

188) A. P. Boss, Planet Formation in Binary Star Systems? (abstract), International Journal of Astrobiology, Supplement 1, March 2004.

189) S. Seager, J. Lunine, A. P. Boss, D. Ebbetts, T. Greene, R. Gilliland, J. Nuth, N. Reid, and A. Weinberger, Astrobiology and JWST (report), NASA Astrobiology Institute, Astronomy Focus Group.

190) A. P. Boss, Planet Formation in Binary Star Systems? (abstract), Bioastronomy 2004 -- Habitable Worlds, Reykjavik, Iceland, Astrobiology, 4 , p. 241.

191) A. P. Boss, K. Meech, T. Thorsteinsson, Bioastronomy 2004 -- Habitable Worlds (editorial), Astrobiology, 4 , p. 233.

192) A. Sozzetti, A. P. Boss, et al. (abstract), The Keck/HIRES Planet Survey of Metal-Poor Stars, Bulletin American Astronomical Society, 36 , p. 772.

193) A. P. Boss, Formation of Giant Planets (abstract), Second TPF/Darwin International Conference, Mission Bay, San Diego, California, p. 32.

194) A. P. Boss, Formation of Giant Planets (images from invited talk), Second TPF/Darwin International Conference, Mission Bay, San Diego, California, http://planetquest.jpl.nasa.gov/TPFDarwinConf/.

195) A. P. Boss and R. H. Durisen (extended abstract), Shock Heating: Origin of Shock Waves in the Protoplanetary Disk, Workshop on Chondrites and the Protoplanetary Disk, Kauai, Hawaii, p. 13-14.

196) A. P. Boss, Giant Planet Formation: Theories Meet Observations (abstract), Ringberg Workshop on Planet Formation: Theory Meets Observation, Ringberg Castle, Bavaria, Germany.

197) J. Bally, A. Boss, E. Feigelson, L. Hartmann, B. Reipurth, and J. Wood, Protoplanetary Disks and Planet Formation (report), Exploration Science White Papers, NASA Science Mission Directorate.

198) J. Bally, A. Boss, B. Hansen, K. Meech, M. Meyer, M. Mumma, J. Lyons, S. Sigurdsson, R. Young, and E. Young, Probing the Chemistry of Protoplanetary Disks (report), Exploration Science White Papers, NASA Science Mission Directorate.

2005

199) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Magnetically-Supported Infinite Sheets, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 36 , 1543-1544.

200) A. P. Boss, Mixing and Transport in Protoplanetary Disks: Chondrites and Crystalline Silicates (abstract), From Disks to Planets: New Observations, Models, and Theories, Pasadena, California, p. 58.

201) A. P. Boss, Mixing and Transport of Chondrules and CAIs in the Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXXVI, CD/ROM, #1024.

202) A. P. Boss, NASA's Kepler Mission and the Search for Habitable Planets (abstract), Space Sciences Seminar Series, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia.

203) A. P. Boss, A Heretic's Approach to Solar System Formation (abstract), Department of Physics and Astronomy, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.

204) A. Boss, A. Weinberger, I. Thompson, G. Gatewood, S. Majewski, and R. Patterson, The Carnegie Astrometric Planet Search Program (abstract), NASA Astrobiology Institute 2005 Biennial Meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, Astrobiology, 5, p. 206.

205) S. C. Solomon, A. P. Boss, et al., Astrobiological Pathways: From the Interstellar Medium, through Planetary Systems, to the Emergence and Detection of Life: Overview of Astrobiology Research by the Carnegie Institution NAI Team (abstract), NASA Astrobiology Institute 2005 Biennial Meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado.

206) A. P. Boss, Looking for Earths: The Race to Find New Solar Systems (abstract), Director's Colloquium Series, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico.

207) A. P. Boss, Lunar Origin (response to a question), AccessScience, McGraw-Hill Online Encyclopedia of Science & Technology.

208) C. M. O'D. Alexander, A. P. Boss, L. P. Keller, J. A. Nuth, and A. Weinberger, Astronomical and meteoritic evidence for thermal processing of interstellar dust in protoplanetary disks (abstract), Protostars and Planets V Conference, Waikoloa, Hawaii.

209) A. P. Boss, R. Durisen, C. Gammie, L. Mayer, A. Nelson, and K. Rice, Gravitational Instabilities in Gaseous Protoplanetary Disks and Implications for Giant Planet Formation (abstract), Protostars and Planets V Conference, Waikoloa, Hawaii.

210) A. P. Boss, Astrophysics of Life (book review), Meteoritics and Planetary Science, xx, xx.

211) A. P. Boss, Why is the Moon's rotation synchronous with its orbit? (web page), in AccessScience@McGraw-Hill, (New York: McGraw-Hill).

212) A. P. Boss, Giant Planet Formation: Theory vs. Observations (abstract), Department of Astronomy, University of Texas, Austin, Texas.

213) A. P. Boss, Gas Giant Protoplanets Formed by Disk Instability in Binary Star Systems (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 37, 1310.

214) G. Gatewood, A. Boss, A. Weinberger, I. Thompson, S. Majewski, R. Patterson, L. Cobin, Preliminary Parallaxes from the Allegheny and Carnegie Observatories (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 37, 1269.

215) D. Narayanan, C. Kulesa, A. Boss, and C. Walker, Theoretical Submillimeter Line Emission From Protoplanetary Disks: a New Probe for Gas Giant Planet Formation (abstract), Protostars and Planets V Conference, Waikoloa, Hawaii.

216) E. Berger, and A. Boss, GRB 050911: LCO observations (circular), GRB Coordinates Network, Circular Service, #3966.

217) E. Berger, B. P. Schmidt, A. M. Soderberg, and A. Boss, GRB 050911: LCO limits on a variable source (circular), GRB Coordinates Network, Circular Service, #3972.

218) E. Berger, and A. Boss, GRB 051210: Optical Imaging from Las Campanas (circular), GRB Coordinates Network, Circular Service, #4323.

2006

219) A. P. Boss, Isotopic Heterogeneity Associated with Mixing and Transport in the Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXXVII, CD/ROM, #1066.

220) A. P. Boss, Planetary System Formation Around M Dwarf Stars (abstract), Fourth Annual Astrobiology Science Conference, Washington, DC, Astrobiology, 6, p. 222.

221) A. P. Boss, Discovering Habitable Worlds Elsewhere (abstract), Fourth Annual Astrobiology Science Conference, Washington, DC, Astrobiology, 6, p. 129.

222) A. P. Boss, Radio Telescopes and Extrasolar Planets (questions and answers), The Planetary Report, XXVI, Number 1, p. 21.

223) A. P. Boss, The Titius-Bode Progression (answer to ``Ask Astro'' question), Astronomy, October, p. 70.

224) A. P. Boss, Spatial Heterogeneity of Short-Lived and Stable Isotopes in the Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Supplement to Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 41, p. A25.

225) A. P. Boss, Reply to Roger Blandford's Reference Frame on Exploring the Universe (letter), Physics Today, July, pp. 9-10.

226) A. P. Boss, Rapid Formation of Gas Giant Planets and Super-Earths Around M Dwarf Stars (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 38 , pp. 486-487.

227) A. P. Boss, Theory View on Planet Formation (abstract), Splinter Session on Disks Around Brown Dwarf Stars, 14th. Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun, Pasadena, California.

228) A. Sozzetti, D. W. Latham, G. Torres, B. W. Carney, A. P. Boss, J. B. Laird, and R. P. Stefanik, A Keck/HIRES Doppler Search for Planets Orbiting Metal-Poor Dwarfs. II. On the Frequency of Short-Period Giant Planets in the Low-Metallicity Regime (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 38, 1213.

2007

229) A. P. Boss, George W. Wetherill: 1925-2006 (obituary), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 38, 1284-1285.

230) S. I. Ipatov, A. P. Boss, and E. A. Myhill, Triggering Presolar Cloud Collapse and Injection of Short-Lived Radioisotopes by a Supernova Shock Wave: Adaptive Mesh Refinement Calculations with the FLASH Code (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXXVIII, CD/ROM, 1018.

231) A. P. Boss, Spatial Heterogeneity of Short-Lived Radioisotopes and of Stable Oxygen Isotopes in the Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXXVIII, CD/ROM, 1017.

232) A. P. Boss, Working Group on Extrasolar Planets (IAU report), in IAU Transactions (O. Engvold, ed.), Vol. XXVI A, Cambridge University Press, pp. 183-186.

233) K. Meech and A. P. Boss, Commission 51: Bioastronomy (IAU report), in IAU Transactions (O. Engvold, ed.), Vol. XXVI A, Cambridge University Press, pp. 171-174.

234) I. P. Williams, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., Working Group on Definition of a Planet (IAU report), in IAU Transactions (O. Engvold, ed.), Vol. XXVI A, Cambridge University Press, p. 189.

235) A. P. Boss, Testing Disk Instability Models for Giant Planet Formation (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 39, p. 145.

236) A. P. Boss, Rapid Formation of Gas Giants, Ice Giants, and Super-Earths (abstract), Nobel Symposium No. 135 on ``Physics of Planetary Systems'', Stockholm, Sweden.

237) K. Meech, A. P. Boss, and W. Irvine, Bioastronomy 2007 (opening remarks)), [Bioastronomy 2007 Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico], Astrobiology, 7, p. 471.

238) A. P. Boss, Orbital Migration of Earth-Mass Planets in a Marginally Gravitationally Unstable Disk (abstract), [Bioastronomy 2007 Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico], Astrobiology, 7, p. 478.

239) A. P. Boss, Imaging Extrasolar Planets (answer to ``Ask Astro'' question), Astronomy, 35 , Issue 11, p. 62.

240) A. P. Boss, Solar System Planetary Orbits (answer to ``Ask Astro'' question), Astronomy, 35 , Issue 12, p. 88.

241) A. P. Boss, S. I. Ipatov, and E. A. Myhill, Triggering Presolar Cloud Collapse and Injection of Short-Lived Radioisotopes by a Supernova Shock Wave (abstract), Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 42, A23.

242) A. P. Boss, New Planets (abstract), Geological Society 200th Year Conference: Earth Sciences in the Service of Society, London, United Kingdom, pp. 60-61.

243) N. Ouellette, S. J. Desch, M. Bizarro, A. P. Boss, F. Ciesla, and B. Meyer, Injection Mechanisms of Short-Lived Radionuclides and their Homogenization (extended abstract), Workshop on the Chronology of Meteorites and the Early Solar System, Kauai, Hawaii.

244) A. P. Boss, S. I. Ipatov, and E. A. Myhill, Triggering Presolar Cloud Collapse and Injection of Short-Lived Radioisotopes with an Outflow from a Massive Star (extended abstract), Workshop on the Chronology of Meteorites and the Early Solar System, Kauai, Hawaii.

245) A. P. Boss, Orbital Migration of Earth-Mass Planets in a Marginally Gravitationally Unstable Disk (abstract), Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 39 , 536.

246) A. P. Boss, Report for Commission 51: Bioastronomy, International Astronomical Union Information Bulletin, #101.

247) I. P. Williams, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., Division III: Planetary System Sciences (report), Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, 3 - T26B , pp. 111-117.

248) K. J. Meech, A. P. Boss, et al., Commission 51: Bioastronomy (report), Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, 3 - T26B , pp. 142-144.

2008

249) A. P. Boss, Alpha Centauri Planet Formation (answer to ``Ask Astro'' question), Astronomy, 36 , No. 7, July, 2008, p. 58.

250) A. P. Boss, Cosmochemical Constraints on Planet Formation Mechanisms (abstract), Astrobiology Science Conference 2008, Santa Clara, California. Astrobiology, 8 , p. 336.

251) A. P. Boss, Cometary Refractories, Crystalline Silicates, Short-Lived Radioisotopes, Stable Oxygen Isotopes, and the Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXXIX, CD/ROM, #1021.

252) D. J. Des Marais, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., The NASA Astrobiology Roadmap (focus paper), Astrobiology , 8 , 715-725.

253) A. P. Boss, Report for Commission 51: Bioastronomy (report), International Astronomical Union Information Bulletin, #102, p. 61.

254) A. P. Boss, Formation of Giant Planets, Super-Earths, and Habitable Planets (abstract), First International Academy of Astronautics Symposium on Searching for Life Signatures, UNESCO, Paris, France, p. 4.

255) A. P. Boss, et al., Commission 51: Bioastronomy (IAU Triennial Report), in IAU Transactions (K. van der Hucht, ed.), Vol. XXVII A, Cambridge University Press, in press.

256) A. P. Boss, The Formation of Planetary Systems (invited abstract), 2008 Meeting of the International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life, Florence, Italy, pp. 2-3.

257) M. Muterspaugh, A. Tanner, A. P. Boss, et al., Astrometry (white paper), Exoplanet Forum 2008, Pasadena, California.

258) E. L. G. Bowell, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., Planetary Systems Sciences (IAU Triennial Report), in IAU Transactions (K. van der Hucht, ed.), Vol. XXVII A, Cambridge University Press.

259) M. Mayor, A. P. Boss, et al., Commission 53: Extrasolar Planets (IAU Triennial Report), in IAU Transactions (K. van der Hucht, ed.), Vol. XXVII A, Cambridge University Press, pp. 181-182.

260) A. P. Boss, A Heretic's Approach to the Origin of the Solar System, (invited abstract), Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France.

2009

261) A. P. Boss, The Search for Living Planets (invited abstract), Symposium on the Origin and Evolution of Planets, American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

262) W. Traub, ..., A. P. Boss, et al. (contributed abstract), Overview of the SIM-RV Double-blind Simulation to Detect Earths in Multi-planet Systems, American Astronomical Society Meeting, Long Beach, California.

263) A. P. Boss, The Formation of Planetary Systems (invited abstract), Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, xxx, xxx.

264) A. P. Boss, S. I. Ipatov, S. A. Keiser, E. A. Myhill, and H. A. T. Vanhala, Simultaneous Triggered Presolar Cloud Collapse and Injection of Short-Lived Radioisotopes by a Supernova Shock Wave, (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXXX, CD/ROM, #1002.

265) A. P. Boss, The Crowded Universe: The Search for Living Planets (invited column), Astronomy Beat, Astronomical Society of the Pacific.

266) A. P. Boss, Definition of What is an Extrasolar Planet (requested description), International Astronomical Union web site, Extrasolar Planets Theme.

267) V. Meadows, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., The Search for Habitable Environments and Life in the Universe (contributed white paper), Astro 2010 Decadal Survey, National Research Council.

268) A. P. Boss, E. Young, V. Meadows, & N. Haghighipour (contributed white paper), Achieving the Goals and Objectives of the 2008 NASA Astrobiology Roadmap, Astro 2010 Decadal Survey, National Research Council.

269) A. P. Boss, George W. Wetherill (1925-2006): Geochemist, Planetary Scientist, and Astrobiologist (invited abstract), Special Session #6: Planetary Systems as Potential Sites for Life, IAU General Assembly, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

270) A. P. Boss, Gradients in the Spatial Heterogeneity of the Short-Lived Radioisotopes 60Fe and 26Al and Stable Oxygen Isotopes in the Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Supplement to Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 44 , p. A37.

271) A. P. Boss, E. Young, V. Meadows, & N. Haghighipour, Astrobiology Research Priorities for Exoplanets (contributed white paper), Planetary Sciences 2011 Decadal Survey, National Research Council.

272) M. W. Muterspaugh, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., Astrometry (report), Exoplanet Community Report, eds. P. R. Lawson, W. A. Traub, & S. C. Unwin, JPL Publication 09-3, pp. 13-39.

273) A. P. Boss, Metallicity and Planet Formation: Models (abstract), IAU Symposium 265 ``Chemical Abundances in the Universe: Connecting First Stars to Planets'', IAU General Assembly, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

274) A. Sozzetti, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., A Keck HIRES Doppler Search for Planets Orbiting Metal-Poor Dwarfs: On the Frequency of Giant Planets in the Metal-Poor Regime (abstract), IAU Symposium 265 ``Chemical Abundances in the Universe: Connecting First Stars to Planets'', IAU General Assembly, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Abstract Book, p. 109.

275) A. P. Boss, Are Exoplanets ``Planets''?, in Estrela D'Alva , daily newspaper of the International Astronomical Union General Assembly, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Day 03, p. 1.

276) A. P. Boss, Forming Giant Planets by Disk Instability (abstract), Pathways Toward Habitable Planets, Barcelona, Spain, Abstract Book, p. 60.

277) G. Anglda-Escude, A. P. Boss, and Alycia J. Weinberger, Ground-Based Astrometric Planet Searches Using Medium-Sized Telescopes (abstract), Pathways Toward Habitable Planets, Barcelona, Spain, Abstract Book, p. 55.

278) R. Rattray, A. Weinberger, G. Anglada-Escude, and A. P. Boss, Determining Distances and Motions of Stars in the TW Hydrae Association for Studying Planet Formation Conditions (abstract), Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, #P43B-1432.

2010

279) A. P. Boss et al., Commission 53: Extrasolar Planets (IAU report), in IAU Transactions (I. F. Corbett, ed.), Vol. XXVII B, Cambridge University Press, Volume 6, Issue T27, pp. 182-183.

280) W. Irvine, P. Ehrenfreund, A. P. Boss et al., Commission 51: Bioastronomy (IAU report), in IAU Transactions (I. F. Corbett, ed.), Vol. XXVII B, Cambridge University Press, Volume 6, Issue T27, pp. 180-181.

281) Bowell, E. L. G., ..., A. P. Boss et al., Division III: Planetary Systems Science (IAU report), in IAU Transactions (I. F. Corbett, ed.), Vol. XXVII B, Cambridge University Press, Volume 6, Issue T27, pp. 158-167.

282) R. Courtin, A. Boss, and M. Mayor, Planetary Systems as Potential Sites for Life (foreward), in Highlights of Astronomy (I. F. Corbett, ed.), XXVII General Assembly, Cambridge University Press, pp.

283) R. Rattray, A. Weinberger, G. Anglada-Escude, and A. P. Boss, Determining Distances and Motions of Stars in the TW Hydrae Association for Studying Planet Formation Conditions (abstract), Bulletin American Astronomical Society, 41, 329.

284) A. P. Boss, Habitable Worlds Around M Dwarf Stars (abstract), AstroBio2010 Workshop, Santiago, Chile.

285) A. P. Boss, The Crowded Universe: The Search for Living Planets (abstract), American Physical Society/American Association of Physics Teachers Joint Meeting, Washington, D.C., p. 88.

286) A. P. Boss and S. A. Keiser, Increased Short-Lived Radioisotope Injection Efficiencies for Presolar Cloud Collapse Triggered by a Supernova or AGB Star Shock Wave, (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXXXI, CD/ROM, #1090.

287) A. P. Boss, G. Anglada-Escude, and A. J. Weinberger, Astrometric Constraints on Habitable Planets Around M Dwarfs (abstract), Astrobiology Science Conference 2010, Houston, Texas.

288) A. P. Boss, When Will We First Find Alien Life? (invited article), BBC Focus Magazine, issue #213, p. 23.

289) A. Boss, M. Podolak, and C. Alexander, Evolution of Volatile Species in Marginally Gravitationally Unstable Disks (abstract), NASA Astrobiology Institute Workshop on ``The Organic Continuum from the ISM to the Early Solar System''.

290) A. P. Boss, How Many Extrasolar Planets? (questions and answers), The Planetary Report, xx, Number xx, p. xx.

291) A. P. Boss, Formation of Giant Planets by Disk Instability on Wide Orbits Around Protostars with Varied Masses (abstract), Division on Planetary Sciences Meeting, Pasadena, California.

292) A. P. Boss, Formation of Giant Planets by Disk Instability on Wide Orbits Around Protostars with Varied Masses (abstract), IAU Symposium #276: "The Astrophysics of Planetary Systems", Turin, Italy.

2011

293) A. Weinberger, G. Anglada-Escude, and A. P. Boss, Trignometric Parallaxes to TW Hydrae Association Stars: Analysis and Implications (abstract), AAS 217th. Abstracts, 340.12, pp. 541-542.

294) M. W. Muterspaugh, B. F. Lane, M. Konacki, B. F. Burke, M. M. Colavita, M. Shao, W. I. Hartkopf, A. P. Boss, et al., The Planet in the HR 7162 Binary System Discovered by PHASES Astrometry (abstract), AAS 217th. Abstracts, 429.09, pp. 672.

295) Z. Wahhaj, M. C. Liu, B. A. Biller, F. Clarke, E. Nielson, ..., A. Boss, et al., The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign: Discovery of a Substellar L Dwarf Companion to a Nearby Young M Dwarf, (abstract), AAS 217th. Abstracts, 253.10, p. 312.

296) A. P. Boss, G. Anglada-Escude, and A. J. Weinberger, Habitable Worlds Around M Dwarf Stars: The Carnegie Astrometric Planet Search Program (extended abstract), Origins 2011 International Conference, Montpellier, France.

297) A. P. Boss, Planet Formation Processes in a Marginally Gravitationally Unstable Disk Around a Solar-Mass Protostar (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XXXXII, CD/ROM, #2205.

298) A. P. Boss, Overview of Kepler Results (abstract), Exploring Strange Hew Worlds: From Giant Planets to Super Earths, Flagstaff, Arizona, p. 3

299) A. P. Boss, C. M. O'D. Alexander, and M. Podolak, Long, Strange Trips: Particle Trajectories in a Marginally Gravitationally Unstable Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Meteoritical Society Meeting, London, United Kingdom, CD/ROM, #5161.

300) A. Boss, If the Pentagon Aimed Higher... (Letter to the Editor), The Washington Post, June 3, 2011, p. A16.

301) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Magnetic Molecular Cloud Cores with an AMR Code (abstract), Workshop on the Formation and Early Evolution of Very Low Mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs, Garching, Germany.

302) A. P. Boss, Injection and Homogenization of Short-Lived Radionuclides in the Solar System (extended abstract), Workshop on the Formation of the First Solids in the Solar System, Kauai, Hawaii, #9003.

303) A. P. Boss, A Well-Defined Planet (Letter to the Editor), Science, 334, p. 1057.

304) P. Hinz, J. Codona, O. Guyon, ..., A. Boss, et al., TIGER: A High Contrast IR Imager for the GMT (abstract), SPIE meeting, San Diego, California.

2012

305) A. P. Boss, et al., Commission 53: Extrasolar Planets (IAU Triennial Report), in IAU Transactions (Ian Corbett, ed.), Vol. XXVIII A, Cambridge University Press, pp. xx-xx.

306) K. Meech, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., Division III: Planetary Systems Science (IAU Triennial Report), in IAU Transactions (Ian Corbett, ed.), Vol. 7, Issue T28A, Cambridge University Press, pp. 125-137.

307) A. P. Boss, C. M. O'D. Alexander, M. Podolak, and D. S. Ebel, Particle Trajectories During FU Orionis Outbursts by the Protosun (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, CD/ROM, #1249.

308) A. Boss, A. Weinberger, G. Anglada-Escude, I. Thompson, and R. Brahm, `Habitable Worlds Around M Dwarf Stars' (abstract), IAU Symposium #293 on Formation, Detection, and Characterization of Extrasolar Habitable Planets, IAU 28th General Assembly, Beijing, China.

309) A. P. Boss, C. M. O'D. Alexander, and M. Podolak, Particle Transport and Thermal Processing During FU Orionis Events in the Solar Nebula (abstract), Japanese Geophysical Union meeting, Tokyo, Japan, #03250.

310) E. L. Shkolnik, G. Anglada-Escude, M. C. Liu, A. J. Weinberger, A. P. Boss, B. Bowler, I. N. Reid, and M. Tamura, Identifying the Young, Nearby M dwarfs: Ages, Distances, and Kinematics (abstract), Cool Stars 17 Workshop, Barcelona, Spain.

311) A. P. Boss, Orbital Migration of Giant Protoplanets in a Marginally Gravitationally Unstable Disk (abstract), Annual DPS Meeting, Reno, Nevada, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 44, p. 237.

2013

312) A. J. Weinberger, A. P. Boss, G. Anglada-Escude, Disk Evolution in Young Stellar Associations (abstract), American Astronomical Society Meeting #221, #137.03.

313) A. P. Boss, et al., Commission 53: Extrasolar Planets (IAU General Assembly Business Meeting Report), in IAU Transactions (T. Montmerle, ed.), Vol. xxx, Cambridge University Press, pp. xx-xx.

314) A. P. Boss, Short-Lived Radioisotope Homogeneity and Stable Oxygen Isotope Heterogeneity: Single Shot Versus Continuous Injection at the Surface of the Outer Solar Nebula (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, CD/ROM, #1082.pdf.

315) A. P. Boss, C. M. O'D. Alexander, M. Podolak, Orbital Evolution of Dust Grains and Rocks During FU Orionis Outbursts (abstract), Transformational Science with ALMA: From Dust to Rocks to Planets, Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems, Waikoloa, Hawaii.

316) G. Blackwood, R. Akeson, R. Belikov, D. Benford, A. Boss, et al. ExO: The Exoplanet Observatory (white paper), NASA Study on Applications of Large Space Optics Workshop, Huntsville, Alabama.

317) A. Weinberger, A. Boss, G. Anglada-Escude, Astrometry in the Service of Planet Formation Studies: Disk Lifetimes in Nearby Star Forming Regions and a Planet Candidate around an Mature Brown Dwarf (abstract), IAU Symposium 299: Exploring the Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems, Victoria, British Columbia.

318) A. P. Boss, Orbital Migration of Protoplanets in a Marginally Gravitationally Unstable Disk (extended abstract), European Planetary Science Congress 2013, Volume 8, London, United Kingdom.

319) A. Melott, C. Dermer, A. Boss, D. Eichler, B. Fields, B. Thomas, D. Atri, A. Overholt, S. Bishop, M. J. Murray, Cosmic rays and the Earth (white paper), NASA Physics of the Cosmos Program, Cosmic Rays Study Analysis Group.

320) B. Jackson, C. Stark, E. Adams, M. Endl, P. Arras, A. Boss, D. Deming, A Survey for Very-Short Period Planets in the Kepler Data (abstract), Annual DPS Meeting, Denver, Colorado, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, xx, p. xxx.

321) A. P. Boss, Orbital Migration of Giant Protoplanets in a Marginally Gravitationally Unstable Disk (abstract), Second Kepler Science Conference, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California.

322) A. P. Boss, B. R. Oppenheimer, L. Poyneer, J. Pitman, S. Ridgway, AFTA TAC Report on the ACWG#3 & ACWG#3.5 and Status of the ACWG Effort (white paper report), NASA Exoplanet Exploration Program, JPL, Pasadena, California.

2014

323) A. P. Boss, Do Binary Stars Primarily Originate in Multiple Protostar Systems? (abstract), AAS 223th. Abstracts, #214.01.

324) A. P. Boss and S. A. Keiser, Short-Lived Radioisotope Injection into the Solar Nebula: First 3D Calculations of Shock Interactions with Rotating Presolar Cloud Models (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, #1022.pdf.

325) J. R. Males, L. M. Close, O. Guyon, K. M. Morzinski, P. Hinz, J. Monnier, V. Tolls, A. Weinberger, T. J. Rodigas, A. Boss, T. S. Barman, K. Follette, Y.-L. Wu, Direct Imaging of Extrasolar Giant Planets in the Habitable Zone (abstract), Exoplanets, Biosignatures, & Instruments 2014, Tucson, Arizona.

326) A. P. Boss, and S. A. Keiser, Collapse and Fragmentation of Magnetic Molecular Cloud Cores with the Enzo AMR MHD Code. II. Prolate and Oblate Cores (abstract), AAS Topical Conference Series: Workshop on Dense Cores, Monterey, California.

327) A. P. Boss, WFIRST/AFTA: Exoplanet Science (abstract), Wide Field Infrared Surveys Conference, Pasadena, California.

2015

328) A. P. Boss and S. A. Keiser, Supernova Shock Triggering and Radioisotope Injection into the Presolar Cloud: Effects of Rotational Axis Orientation (extended abstract), Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, #1049.pdf.

329) S. B. Dieterich, A. P. Boss, A. J. Weinberger, T. J. Henry, J. K. Faherty, J. Gagne, J. G. Winters, & W.-C. Jao, HLIMIT 2.0: Towards a Deeper Understanding of the Low Mass End of the Main Sequence (abstract), AAS Meeting, Seattle, Washington.

330) A. P. Boss and S. A. Keiser, Supernova Shock Triggering and Injection into the Presolar Cloud: Effects of Rotational Axis Orientation (abstract), Meteoritical Society Meeting, Berkeley, California, #5001.pdf.

331) B. S. Gaudi, E. Bendek, A. Boss, et al., Exoplanet Exploration Program Analysis Group (ExoPAG) Report to Paul Hertz Regarding Large Mission Concepts to Study for the 2020 Decadal Survey (report), NASA Astrophysics Division.

332) A. P. Boss, How to Get From a Supernova to a Refractory Inclusion (contributed abstract), Carnegie Origins 2015 Meeting, Carnegie Institution for Science, Washington, D.C.

333) L. Hays, ..., A. Boss, et al., NASA Astrobiology Strategy 2015 (report), NASA Planetary Sciences Division.

334) A. Lecavelier des Estangs, D. Minniti, A. Boss, M. Mayor, et al., Division F, Commission 53: Extrasolar Planets (IAU Legacy Report), in IAU Transactions (K. van der Hucht?, ed.), Vol. ?, Cambridge University Press, pp. ???.

2016

335) A. Boss, Pale Blue Dot, Pale Red Dot, Pale Green Dot, ... (article), Pale Red Dot Initiative (https://palereddot.wordpress.com/).

336) A. Boss, The Dawn of Another New Era (web article), DTM web pages.

337) A. Boss, N. Cowan, S. Domagal-Goldman, Exoplanet Exploration Program Analysis Group (ExoPAG) Report to Paul Hertz Regarding Probe Mission Concepts to Study for the 2020 Decadal Survey (report), NASA Astrophysics Division.

338) A. Boss, Confirmation of The Dawn of Another New Era (article), DTM web pages.

339) A. Boss, Beta Testing of Beta Cooling for Gas Giant Protoplanets by Disk Instability (abstract), National Capital Area Disks Meeting #6, Washington, D.C.

340) A. Boss, Summary: Effect of Exozodiacal Levels on Habitable Earth Detections (white paper), NASA Exoplanet Exploration Program Analysis Group.

341) A. Boss, Nobel-Prize Quality Work at DTM (article), DTM web pages.

2017

342) D. Apai, T. Barman, A. Boss, J. Breckenridge, et al. (SAG 15 Team), Science Questions for Direct Imaging Exoplanet Missions (white paper), Study Analysis Group 15 of the NASA Exoplanet Exploration Program Analysis Group.

[Last updated: 18 January 2017]