MARIGO, PAOLA
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 7922
EU - Europa 658
AS - Asia 441
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 5
SA - Sud America 4
OC - Oceania 1
Totale 9031
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 7919
CN - Cina 324
FI - Finlandia 206
UA - Ucraina 127
SE - Svezia 120
DE - Germania 97
VN - Vietnam 87
IT - Italia 58
GB - Regno Unito 28
IN - India 22
NL - Olanda 9
EU - Europa 5
KR - Corea 5
AR - Argentina 4
CA - Canada 3
RU - Federazione Russa 3
BG - Bulgaria 2
FR - Francia 2
GR - Grecia 2
AU - Australia 1
CH - Svizzera 1
IL - Israele 1
JO - Giordania 1
MY - Malesia 1
NO - Norvegia 1
RO - Romania 1
SI - Slovenia 1
Totale 9031
Città #
Fairfield 1431
Woodbridge 1047
Houston 929
Ann Arbor 812
Jacksonville 579
Ashburn 509
Wilmington 507
Cambridge 484
Seattle 464
Princeton 232
Chandler 203
San Diego 148
Medford 127
Roxbury 124
Beijing 88
Dong Ket 85
Helsinki 78
Nanjing 75
Des Moines 69
Padova 38
Shenyang 34
Hebei 22
Indiana 21
Norwalk 16
Nanchang 15
Jinan 14
Changsha 13
Jiaxing 13
Tianjin 12
Phoenix 10
Guangzhou 9
Orange 6
San Francisco 5
Borås 4
Buenos Aires 4
Lanzhou 4
New York 4
Redmond 4
Zhengzhou 4
Auburn Hills 3
Haikou 3
Ningbo 3
Rockville 3
Taizhou 3
Yellow Springs 3
Dubna 2
Falls Church 2
Fort Worth 2
Fuzhou 2
Hangzhou 2
Hanoi 2
Palombara Sabina 2
Redwood City 2
Sofia 2
Amman 1
Andria 1
Asola 1
Aurora 1
Bethlehem 1
Buffalo 1
Canberra 1
Conco 1
Frankfurt am Main 1
Geislingen an der Steige 1
Geneva 1
Grafing 1
Groningen 1
Hefei 1
Horia 1
Kuala Lumpur 1
Kunming 1
Las Vegas 1
Leawood 1
Littleton 1
London 1
Monmouth Junction 1
Mountain View 1
Nürnberg 1
San Jose 1
Taiyuan 1
Trieste 1
Walnut 1
Totale 8307
Nome #
EXTENDED MAIN SEQUENCE TURNOFFS IN INTERMEDIATE-AGE STAR CLUSTERS: A CORRELATION BETWEEN TURNOFF WIDTH AND EARLY ESCAPE VELOCITY 113
Constraining the thermally pulsing asymptotic giant branch phase with resolved stellar populations in the Small Magellanic Cloud 111
New PARSEC evolutionary tracks of massive stars at low metallicity: testing canonical stellar evolution in nearby star-forming dwarf galaxies 109
A New Interpretation of the Period–Luminosity Sequences of Long-period Variables 108
The star formation history of the Large Magellanic Cloud star clusters NGC 1846 and NGC 1783 101
Thermally-pulsing asymptotic giant branch stars in the Magellanic Clouds 97
Improving PARSEC models for very low mass stars 95
The red tail of carbon stars in the LMC: models meet 2MASS and DENIS observations 94
Dark matter annihilation effects on the first stars 93
Constraining dust properties in circumstellar envelopes of C-stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud: optical constants and grain size of carbon dust 91
PARSEC: stellar tracks and isochrones with the PAdova and TRieste Stellar Evolution Code 90
The evolved stars of Leo II dSph galaxy from near-infrared UKIRT/WFCAM observations 87
On the interpretation of sub-giant branch morphologies of intermediate-age star clusters with extended main sequence turnoffs 87
Chemical yields from low- and intermediate-mass stars 86
WIMP annihilation effects on primordial star formation 86
The ALMA detection of CO rotational line emission in AGB stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud 86
THE ACS NEARBY GALAXY SURVEY TREASURY. IX. CONSTRAINING ASYMPTOTIC GIANT BRANCH EVOLUTION WITH OLD METAL-POOR GALAXIES 84
Evolution of thermally pulsing asymptotic giant branch stars - II. Dust production at varying metallicity 82
Accurate abundances determination of Planetary Nebulae 81
Envelope overshooting in low-metallicity intermediate- and high-mass stars: a test with the Sagittarius dwarf irregular galaxy 81
The VMC survey - XIV. First results on the look-back time star formation rate tomography of the Small Magellanic Cloud 81
First star formation with dark matter annihilation 80
Synthetic photometry for M and K giants and stellar evolution: hydrostatic dust-free model atmospheres and chemical abundances 80
Chemical yields from low- and intermediate-mass stars: model predictions and basic observational constraints 80
Asymptotic Giant Branch evolution at varying surface C/O ratio: effects of changes in molecular opacities 79
THE INSIDIOUS BOOSTING OF THERMALLY PULSING ASYMPTOTIC GIANT BRANCH STARS IN INTERMEDIATE-AGE MAGELLANIC CLOUD CLUSTERS 78
The intermediate-age open cluster NGC 2158 77
GALEX catalogs of UV sources: statistical properties and sample science applications: hot white dwarfs in the Milky Way 77
Probing AGB nucleosynthesis via accurate Planetary Nebula abundances 76
Determining stellar parameters of asteroseismic targets: Going beyond the use of scaling relations 76
A Database for Galaxy Evolution Modeling 75
Mixing by overshooting and rotation in intermediate mass stars 75
IS THERE A METALLICITY CEILING TO FORM CARBON STARS?—A NOVEL TECHNIQUE REVEALS A SCARCITY OF C STARS IN THE INNER M31 DISK 74
THE CORE MASS GROWTH AND STELLAR LIFETIME OF THERMALLY PULSING ASYMPTOTIC GIANT BRANCH STARS 74
Effects of dark matter annihilation on the first stars 74
When do stars in 47 Tucanae lose their mass? 73
A new generation of PARSEC-COLIBRI stellar isochrones including the TP-AGB phase 72
The intermediate-age open cluster NGC 2158 72
The carbon star luminosity functions in the Magellanic Clouds 71
A near-infrared view of AGB stars in nearby dwarf galaxies 71
PARSEC evolutionary tracks of massive stars up to 350 Msun at metallicities 0.0001 <= Z <= 0.04 71
The AGB bump: A calibrator for core mixing 71
Red Giant evolution and specific problems 71
Theoretical abundances in Planetary Nebulae 70
Nucleosynthesis in TP-AGB stars 70
Catalogues of hot white dwarfs in the Milky Way from GALEX's ultraviolet sky surveys: constraining stellar evolution 70
Evolutionary models of zero metallicity stars 69
Synthetic AGB evolution 68
Can the third dredge-up extinguish hot-bottom burning in massive AGB stars? 68
An extended main-sequence turn-off in the Small Magellanic Cloud star cluster NGC 411 68
On the photometric signature of fast rotators 67
AGB stars in the Magellanic Clouds. III. The rate of star formation across the Small Magellanic Cloud 66
EVOLUTION of THERMALLY PULSING ASYMPTOTIC GIANT BRANCH STARS. V. CONSTRAINING the MASS LOSS and LIFETIMES of INTERMEDIATE-MASS, LOW-METALLICITY AGB STARS 65
Non-radial modes in AGB stars 65
Asymptotic giant branch stars at low metallicity: the challenging interplay between the mass-loss and molecular opacities 64
Resolved Near-infrared Stellar Populations in Nearby Galaxies 64
Evolution of thermally pulsing asymptotic giant branch stars - III. Dust production at supersolar metallicities 64
Lithium evolution in metal-poor stars: from pre-main sequence to the Spite plateau 64
Coupling emitted light and chemical yields from stars: a basic constraint to population synthesis models of galaxies 63
Evolution of zero-metallicity massive stars 63
Estimating the dust production rate of carbon stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud 63
Evolution of thermally pulsing asymptotic giant branch stars - I. The COLIBRI code 62
Young Open Clusters in the Carina Region 61
Asymptotic Giant Branch Evolution and the Initial-Final Mass Relation of Single CO White Dwarfs 61
Connecting the evolution of thermally pulsing asymptotic giant branch stars to the chemistry in their circumstellar envelopes - I. Hydrogen cyanide 61
Cross section of the reaction 18O(p,γ)19F at astrophysical energies: The 90 keV resonance and the direct capture component 61
Is the core mass-luminosity relation violated by the occurrence of the third dredge-up? 60
Theoretical isochrones in several photometric systems 60
The TP-AGB phase. Lifetimes from C and M star counts in Magellanic Cloud clusters 60
Evolution of asymptotic giant branch stars - II. Optical to far-infrared isochrones with improved TP-AGB models 60
Uncertainties on near-core mixing in red-clump stars: Effects on the period spacing and on the luminosity of the AGB bump 60
Improved astrophysical rate for the 18O(p,α)15N reaction by underground measurements 60
The formation of Carbon stars: indications from TP-AGB analytical modelling 59
Evolution of Planetary Nebulae I. An improved synthetic model 59
Stellar population synthesis including planetary nebulae 59
THE CONTRIBUTION OF TP-AGB AND RHeB STARS TO THE NEAR-IR LUMINOSITY OF LOCAL GALAXIES: IMPLICATIONS FOR STELLAR MASS MEASUREMENTS OF HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES 59
Modelling long-period variables - I. A new grid of O-rich and C-rich pulsation models 59
The VMC survey - XXXI: The spatially resolved star formation history of the main body of the Small Magellanic Cloud 59
Combined photometric and asteroseismic constraints on the properties of NGC 6791 59
An extensive grid of DARWIN models for M-Type AGB stars: I. Mass-loss rates and other properties of dust-driven winds 58
Carbon star formation as seen through the non-monotonic initial–final mass relation 58
Towards understanding the planetary nebula luminosity function 57
MASYS. The AKARI spectroscopic survey of Symbiotic Stars in the Magellanic Clouds 57
Low-temperature gas opacity AESOPUS: a versatile and quick computational tool 57
M31 Planetary nebulae as seen by the Panchromatic Hubble Andromeda Treasury 56
Envelope burning over-luminosity: a challenge to synthetic TP-AGB models 56
Direct measurements of low-energy resonance strengths of the 23Na(p,γ)24Mg reaction for astrophysics 56
Asymptotic giant branch evolution: Where do we stand? 55
PLATO as it is: A legacy mission for Galactic archaeology 55
Carbon star wind models at solar and sub-solar metallicities: A comparative study: I. Mass loss and the properties of dust-driven winds 54
The third dredge-up and the carbon star luminosity functions in the Magellanic Clouds 53
Constraining the third dredge-up via carbon stars in the Magellanic Clouds 53
CNO Abundances in Planetary Nebulae 53
TP-AGB stars in population synthesis models 53
DISCOVERY OF A GAS-RICH COMPANION TO THE EXTREMELY METAL-POOR GALAXY DDO 68 52
Pulsation models of O-rich and C-rich long period variables 52
Evolution and chemical yields of AGB stars: effects of low-temperature opacities 51
AGB stars in the Magellanic CloudsII. The rate of star formation across the LMC 51
Zero-metallicity stars II. Evolution of very massive objects with mass loss 51
AGB evolution: the key role of the C/O ratio 50
Totale 6998
Categoria #
all - tutte 12732
article - articoli 9180
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 141
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 83
Totale 22136


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2017/2018491 001662 25 25915 931164
2018/20191034 121363 31 969 3181351275
2019/20202138 3197442161 224182 193256 24621113991
2020/20211502 6411320155 13699 65123 277106174170
2021/20222112 41296286178 6370 119240 9432239454
2022/2023507 34615290 00 00 0000
Totale 9213