Dave Green's research
My Catalogue of
Galactic Supernova Remnants (SNRs) contains details of 303 SNRs
(last revised: 2022 December).
The last published version is:
- Green, D. A., 2015, Constraints on the distribution of supernova
remnants with Galactocentric radius,
Recent studies of the very young Galactic supernova remnant
Some time ago I wrote a book with F. R. Stephenson on Historical
Supernovae and their Remnants, which is published by Oxford
University Press (2002 August).
Other work on SNRs is included in my list of recent papers below.
Here are some other photos
of the GMRT and surroundings, and also of a visit to
In recent years much of my observational research has involved observations
with the Giant Metrewave Radio
Telescope (GMRT), near Pune, India.
2.1) Deep extragalactic surveys
These observations include a deep (1σ noise of about 30 μJy
beam−1 at best) 610-MHz survey of the Spitzer extragalactic
First Look Survey (FLS) region. These cover about 4 square degrees, with a
mosaic of seven pointings, with a resolution of about 5 arcsec, and detected
nearly four thousand sources. These observations are published in:
A deep 610-MHz
image of (a small portion of) the Spitzer extragalactic First Look
Survey region. The resolution is about 5 arcsec, and the r.m.s.
noise about 30 μJy beam−1
The other regions processed so far are the ELAIS-N1 and ELAIS-N2 fields, and
the Lockman Hole field. These observations are
- Deep 610-MHz GMRT observations of the Spitzer extragalactic
First Look Survey field – I. Observations, data analysis and source
Garn, T.S., Green, D.A., Hales, S.E.G., Riley, J.M., Alexander, P.,
The source catalogues and survey images are also available: FLS, ELAIS-N1, ELAIS-N2, Lockman Hole.
Another paper on deep GMRT 610-MHz observations is:
- A 610-MHz survey of the ELAIS-N1 field with the Giant Metrewave Radio
Telescope – Observations, data analysis and source catalogue,
Garn, T.S., Green, D.A., Riley, J.M., Alexander, P.,
- A 610-MHz survey of the Lockman Hole with the Giant Metrewave
Radio Telescope – I. Observations, data reduction and source
catalogue for the central 5 deg2,
Garn T. S., Green D. A., Riley J. M., Alexander P.
- The relationship between star formation rate and radio synchrotron
luminosity at 0 < z < 2,
Garn T. S., Green D. A., Riley J. M., Alexander P.
- Further GMRT observations of the Lockman Hole at 610 MHz
Garn T. S., Green D. A., Riley J. M., Alexander P.,
- GMRT 610-MHz observations of the faint radio source population
– and what these tell us about the higher radio-frequency sky
Whittam I. H., Green D. A., Jarvis M. J., Riley J. M.,
2.2) GMRT Polarisation Observations
- Spectropolarimetry with the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope at
610 MHz: a case study of two Southern Compact Group fields
Farnes, J. S., Green, D. A., Kantharia, N. G.
2.3) Useful AIPS tasks
Other users of the GMRT may find the following (classic) AIPS tasks that I have written useful:
- UVFXT, to correct for slight time error –
and hence uvw coordinate errors – in GMRT uv FITS
data produced at the telescope before mid-2006;
- UVFLP, to flip the order of the channels in a uv
database, so that LSB data can be combined with USB data in AIPS, using DBCON.
(Recent versions of AIPS, 31DEC07 and later, now contain a task –
FLOPM – which can do the flipping of channels.)
Users of AIPS should also note that there were various bugs in SPLAT/SPLIT
tasks, when averaging spectral channels, which were patched in the 31DEC06 and
31DEC07 versions of AIPS in Oct/Nov 2007. Some of these bugs applied only to
more recent uv datasets written at the GMRT that combine both sidebands
into one file, but others apply to single sideband uv datasets also. See
patches 17, 18 and
19 for more details.
Here is a list of my published and submitted
research papers. This includes the following recent work (see also the papers
listed under SNRs or the GMRT above):
Nebula at 850 μm, observed with SCUBA.
- Far-infrared and sub-mm observations of the Crab nebula,
Green D. A., Tuffs R. J., Popescu C. C.,
- The discovery of PSR J1833-1034: the pulsar associated with the
supernova remnant G21.5-0.9,
Gupta, Y., Mitra, D., Green, D. A., Acharyya, A.,
- AMI limits on 15 GHz excess emission in northern HII regions,
Scaife A., Hurley-Walker, N., Davies, M. L., Duffett-Smith P. J., Feroz F.,
Grainge K. J. B., Green D. A., Hobson M. P., Kaneko T., Lasenby A. N.,
Pooley G. G., Saunders R. D. E., Scott P. F., Titterington D. J.,
Waldram E. M., Zwart J.,
- The radio expansion and brightening of the very young supernova
remnant G1.9+0.3, Green D. A., Reynolds S. P., Borkowski K. J.,
Hwang, U., Harrus I., Petre R.,
- EVLA observations of Galactic supernova remnants: wide-field
continuum and spectral-index imaging, Bhatnagar, S., Rau, U.,
Green, D. A., Rupen, M. P.,
- AMI observations of unmatched Planck ERCSC LFI sources at 15.75
GHz, Perrott, Y. C., Green, D. A., Davies, M. L., Franzen, T. M.
O., Grainge, K. J. B., Hobson, M. P., Hurley-Walker, N., Lasenby, A. N.,
Olamaie, M., Pooley, G. G., Rodrguez-Gonzlvez, C., Saunders, R. D. E.,
Scaife, A. M. M., Schammel, M. P., Scott, P. F., Shimwell, T. W.,
Titterington, D. J., Waldram, E. M.,
- The faint source population at 15.7 GHz – I. The radio
properties, Whittam, I. H., Riley, J. M., Green, D. A., Jarvis,
M. J., Prandoni, I., Guglielmino, G., Morganti, R., Röttgering, H. J. A.,
Garrett, M. A.,
A fake image of
G1.9+0.3, with NE and SW quadrants at 1.5 GHz observed in 1985, and NW
and SE quadrants at 4.9 GHz observed in 2008, showing a large expansion
(see Green et al. 2008 for further details).
- Imaging on PAPER: Centaurus A at 148 MHz,
Stefan, I. I., Carilli, C. L., Green, D. A., Ali, Z., Aguirre, J. E.,
Bradley, R. F., DeBoer, D., Dexter, M., Gugliucci, N. E., Harris, D. E.,
Jacobs, D. C., Klima, P., MacMahon, D., Manley, J., Moore, D. F.,
Parsons, A. R., Pober, J. C., Walbrugh, W. P.,
- Milliarcsecond properties of 10C sources in the Lockman Hole
Whittam, I. H., Riley, J. M., Green, D. A.
- AMI Galactic Plane Survey at 16 GHz: II – Full data release with
extended coverage and improved processing
Perrott, Y. C., Scaife, A. M. M., Green, D. A., Grainge, K. J. B.,
Hurley-Walker, N., Jin, T. Z., Rumsey, C., Titterington, D. J.
- The faint radio source population at 15.7 GHz - II.
Whittam, I. H., Riley, J. M., Green, D. A., Jarvis, M. J., Vaccari, M.
- GMRT detections of low mass young stars at 323 and 608 MHz
Ainsworth, R. E., Scaife, A. M. M., Green, D. A., Coughlan, C. P., Ray, T. P.
- 10C continued: a deeper radio survey at 15.7 GHz
Whittam, I. H., Riley, J. M., Green, D. A., Davies, M. L., Franzen, T.
M. O., Rumsey, C., Schammel, M. P., Waldram, E. M.
- The faint source population at 15.7 GHz – III. A high-frequency
study of HERGs and LERGs
Whittam, I. H., Riley, J. M., Green, D. A., Jarvis, M. J.
I’ve recently written up a short paper on a colour scheme that I’ve
developed for the display of intensity images (which increases in percieved
brightness, and prints as greyscale on black and white postscript devices). For
See my ‘cubehelix’ page
for further details.
Further details of some of my other research interests:
- The 7C(G)
survey of compact sources in the northern
Galactic plane at 151 MHz (also see Vessey, S. J. & Green, D. A.,
- Observations of SN1993J and SN1994I at 15.2 GHz made with the
- I have co-edited the electronic proceedings of these conferences:
- the Particle Physics and the Early Universe
conference, which was held in Cambridge in 1997 April;
- the XXVIIth Young European Radio Astronomers
Conference, which was held in Cambridge in 1994 September.
- I was co-editor of The
Low-Frequency Radio Universe: An Event Commemorating the Birth Centenary of
Dr Homi J. Bhabha, edited by D. J. Saikia, D. A. Green, Y.
Gupta & T. Venturi (Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series,
Vol. 407, proceedings of a conference held 8-12 December 2008, at the
National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, TIFR, Pune, India), see 2009ASPC..407.....S.