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Ringwald, Frederick

College of Science and Mathematics » Department of Physics
Morgan, G., Ringwald, F., Buil, C., & Garrett, M.  (2005). Spectra and Light Curve Analysis of Nova V475 Scuti.  Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 938-943.
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Reimer, T., Welsh, W., Mukai, K., & Ringwald, F.  (2008). The Intermediate Polar EI UMa: A Pre-Polar Cataclysmic Variable.  The Astrophysical Journal. 376-384.
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Ringwald, F., Rude, G., Roveto, J., & Khamvongsa, K.  (2012). The photometric period and variability of the cataclysmic variable V849 Herculis (PG 1633+115).  New Astronomy. 17(6), 570-575.
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Ringwald, F., & Velasco, K.  (2012). The orbital period and variability of the dwarf nova ES Draconis.  New Astronomy. 17(2), 108-111.
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Ringwald, F., Velasco, K., Roveto, J., & Meyers, M.  (2012). The orbital period and negative superhumps of the nova-like cataclysmic variable V378 Pegasi.  New Astronomy. 17(4), 433-437.
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Ringwald, F., & Gariety, M.  (2012). A critical analysis of three near-infrared photometric methods of estimating distances to cataclysmic variables.  New Astronomy. 17(2), 154-159.
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Ringwald, F., Taichi, K., Hiroyuki, M., & Uemura, M.  (2010). Survey of period variations of superhumps in SU UMa-type dwarf novae. II the second year (2009-2010).  Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan. 62(6), 1525-1584.
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Ringwald, F.  (2009). A Mindset List for College Astronomy Instructors.  Astronomy Education Review. 010602.
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Ringwald, F.  (2008). A Campus Observatory Image of the North America Nebula.  The Observer. 56(1), 5.
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Ringwald, F.  (2008). ToUcam Imaging of the Moon at the Fresno State Campus Observatory.  The Observer.56(1), pp. 8.
Ringwald, F.  (2007). The Rosette Nebula at Fresno State’s Campus Observatory.  The Observer.55(1), pp. 5.
Ringwald, F.  (2005). Exoplanet Transit Observing at Fresno State's Campus Observatory.  University Relations, California State University, Fresno.
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Ringwald, F.  (2005). OBAFGKMLT.  Mercury. 34(1), 20.
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Ringwald, F., Chase, D., & Reynolds, D.  (2005). Time-Resolved Spectroscopy and Photometry of CT Serpentis and V825 Herculis.  The Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 117(837), 1223-1229.
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Ringwald, F., Chase, D., Culver, J., & Endler, S.  (2004). Imaging and science at fresno state's campus observatory.  Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 1600.
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Ringwald, F., Morgan, G., & Prigge, J.  (2003). Early post-maximum spectral evolution of the fast novae V4742 Sagittarii and V4743 Sagittarii.  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 344(2), 521-526.
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Ringwald, F., & Reynolds, D.  (2003). Time-resolved spectroscopy and photometry of CT serpentis and V825 herculis.  Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 1275.
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Ringwald, F., Prinja, R., Long, K., Froning, C., Knigge, C., Witherick, D., & Clark, J.  (2003). FUSE and HST ultraviolet observations of the disc wind of RW sextantis.  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 551-561.
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Ringwald, F., Mukai, K., & Still, M.  (2003). The origin of soft X-rays in DQ Herculis.  The Astrophysical Journal. 594(1), 428-434.
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Ringwald, F., Culver, J., Lovell, R., , A., & Torres, Y.  (2003). The research productivity of small telescopes and space telescopes.  Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 35(4), 106.
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Ringwald, F.  (2003). Second thoughts on educational innovation and new faculty.  Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 722.
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Ringwald, F.  (2003). Astronomy for beginners.  Kendall Hunt Publishing.
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Ringwald, F., Evans, A., Yudin, R., Naylor, T., & Miramond, L.  (2002). Broadband polarimetry of novae in outburst.  Astronomy and Astrophysics. 384(2), 504-512.
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Ringwald, F., Mukai, K., Orio, M., & Still, M.  (2002). Chandra observations of old novae.  AIP Conference Proceedings. 372-376.
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Ringwald, F., Prigge, J., White, S., & Cowley, A.  (2002). Fresno state's new campus observatory.  Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 1107.
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Ringwald, F., Prinja, R., Wade, R., & Knigge, C.  (2000). HST ultraviolet observations of rapid variability in the accretion-disc wind of BZ Cam.  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 312(2), 316-326.
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Ringwald, F., Prinja, R., Knigge, C., & Wade, R.  (2000). Episodic absorption in the outflow of the old nova V603 Aquilae.  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 318(2), 368-374.
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Ringwald, F., Shahbaz, T., Hauschildt, P., & Naylor, T.  (1999). On the abundance of lithium in T Coronae Borealis.  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 306(3), 675-678.
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Ringwald, F., Taam, R., & McDermott, P.  (1998). Evolution of low-mass close binary systems.  Astrophysical Journal. 328(1), 617-631.
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Ringwald, F., Rolleston, W., Saffer, R., & Thorstensen, J.  (1998). PG 1002+506: a be star apparently at Z > +10 kpc'.  The Astrophysical Journal. 497(2), 717-720.
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Ringwald, F., & Naylor, T.  (1998). High-speed optical spectroscopy of a cataclysmic variable wind - BZ camelopardalis.  Astronomical Journal. 286.
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Ringwald, F.  (1998). Optical spectroscopy of V635 cassiopeiae/4U 0115+63.  Astronomy and Astrophysics. 960-965.
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Ringwald, F., & Thorstensen, J.  (1997). A spectroscopic study of the dwarf nova KT persei.  Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 483-487.
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Ringwald, F., Naylor, T., & Somers, M.  (1997). Spectroscopy of WY sagittae (nova 1783): detection of the irradiated secondary star.  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 284(2), 359-364.
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Ringwald, F., & Naylor, T.  (1997). The status of nova orionis 1667.  Astronomy and Astrophysics. 629-631.
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Ringwald, F., Patterson, J., Patino, R., Thorstensen, J., Harvey, D., & Skillman, D.  (1996). Periods and quasiperiods in the cataclysmic variable BZ camelopardalis.  The Astronomical Journal. 111(6), 2422.
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Ringwald, F., Naylor, T., & Mukai, K.  (1996). The optical spectra of old novae.  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 281(1), 192-210.
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Ringwald, F., Thorstensen, J., Honeycutt, R., & Robertson, J.  (1996). The orbital period of BK Lyncis (PG 0917+342).  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 278(1), 125-131.
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Ringwald, F., & Naylor, T.  (1996). An expansion parallax for PW VUL (nova 1984).  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 278(3), 808-810.
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Ringwald, F., Koch-Miramond, L., Naylor, T., & Evans, A.  (1996). The linear polarization of non-magnetic cataclysmic variables.  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 873-876.
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Ringwald, F., Connon, R., Kent, H., & Thorstensen, J.  (1996). The orbital period and variability of the dwarf nova WW ceti.  Astronomical Journal. 2077.
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Ringwald, F., Thorstensen, J., Kurtz, M., Geller, M., & Wegner, G.  (1995). Redshifts for fainter galaxies in the first CFA slice III: to the zwicky catalog limit.  The Astronomical Journal.
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Ringwald, F., & Schaefer, B.  (1995). An improved orbital period for the recurrent nova U scorpii.  The Astrophysical Journal. 447(1), 45.
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Ringwald, F.  (1995). A radial velocity study of the dwarf nova TZ Persei.  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 274(1), 127-133.
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Ringwald, F.  (1995). Superhumps in cataclysmic binaries: IV V503 cygni.  Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 551.
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Ringwald, F., Wegner, G., Grauer, A., & Green, R.  (1994). The nova-like cataclysmic variable star: KUV 0859+415.  The Astronomical Journal. 108(1), 214-221.
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Ringwald, F., Thorstensen, J., & Hamwey, R.  (1994). Orbital studies of the cataclysmic variables CZ orionis, V1193 orionis and BZ ursae majoris.  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 271(2), 323-342.
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Ringwald, F., Shahbaz, T., Bunn, J., Naylor, T., Charles, P., & Casares, J.  (1994). The mass of the black hole in V404 cygni.  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 271(1), L10-L14.
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Ringwald, F., Hellier, C., & Robinson, E.  (1994). (RN) WX arietis: a low-inclination SW sextantis star.  Astronomy and Astrophysics. 289(1), 148.
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Ringwald, F.  (1994). The cataclysmic variable HX pegasi = PG 2337 + 123: caught on the rise to maximum.  Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 270(4), 804.
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Ringwald, F., & Thorstensen, J.  (1992). A spectroscopic study of the cataclysmic variable WX ARIETIS = PG0244+103.  Astronomy and Astrophysics. 256(2), 442-446.
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Ringwald, F., Thorstensen, J., Wade, R., Schmidt, G., & Norsworthy, J.  (1991). PG0027 + 260 - an example of a class of cataclysmic binaries with mysterious, but consistent, behavior.  The Astronomical Journal. 272-283.
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Ringwald, F., Thorstensen, J., & Davis, M.  (1991). A spectroscopic study of the eclipsing cataclysmic binary star PG0818 + 513 - a puzzling novalike variable.  Astronomical Journal. 683-687.
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Ringwald, F., Harris, R., & Corso, G.  (1988). Comments on the precessing binary model of the BL Lac object OJ 287.  Astronomy and Astrophysics. 195(1-2), 25-26.
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Ringwald, F., Corso, G., Harris, R., & Schultz, J.  (1988). Blue-light monitoring of 3C 273, 3C 351, 3C 454.3, 3C 66A, PKS 2141+17, OJ 287, and ZW 0039.5+004.  Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 70-72.
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Ringwald, F., Harris, R., & Corso, G.  (1987). Status of the perseus optical flasher.  Astronomy and Astrophysics. 183(1), L9.
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Rude, G., & Ringwald, F.  (2012). A search for superhumps in the cataclysmic variable SW Sextantis.  New Astronomy. 17(5), 533-536.
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Rude, G., & Ringwald, F.  (2012). The photometric periods of the nova-like cataclysmic variable LQ Pegasi (PG 2133+115).  New Astronomy. 17(4), 453-457.
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Rude, G., & Ringwald, F.  (2012). The photometric period of the cataclysmic variable HV Andromedae.  New Astronomy. 17(4), 442-445.
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Shankland, P., Rivera, E., Laughlin, G., Blank, D., Price, A., Gary, B., ... Ashley, M.  (2006). On the Search for Transits of the Planets Orbiting Gliese 876.  The Astrophysical Journal. 653(1), 700-707.
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Shankland, P., Blank, D., Laughlin, G., Price, A., Gary, B., Bissinger, R., ... Huziak, R.  (2005). A Photometric Monitoring Campaign to Check for Planetary Transits of GJ 876.  American Astronomical Society Meeting 206. 37(08.09), 442.
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Shears, J., & Ringwald, F.  (2008). The orbital and superhump periods of the deeply eclipsing dwarf nova SDSS J122740.83+513925.9.  Journal of the British Astronomical Association. 118(5), 288-292.
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