Publications

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Wellons, S. & Torrey, P. 2017, “An improved probabilistic approach for linking progenitor and descendant galaxy populations using comoving number density,” MNRAS, 467, 3887

Torrey, P., Wellons, S., Ma., C., Hopkins, P., & Vogelsberger, M. 2017, “Forward and backward galaxy evolution in comoving number density space,” MNRAS, 467, 4872

Rodriguez-Gomez, V., Pillepich, A., Sales, L., Genel, S., Vogelsberger, M., Zhu, Q., Wellons, S., Nelson, D., Torrey, P., Springel, V., Ma, C., & Hernquist, L. 2016, “The stellar mass assembly of galaxies in the Illustris simulation: growth by mergers and the spatial distribution of accreted stars,” MNRAS, 458, 2371

Wellons, S., Torrey, P., Ma, C., Rodriguez-Gomez, V., Pillepich, A., Nelson, D., Genel, S., Vogelsberger, M., & Hernquist, L. 2016, “The diverse evolutionary paths of simulated high-z massive, compact galaxies to z=0,” MNRAS, 456, 1030

Torrey, P., Wellons, S., Machado, F., Griffen, B., Nelson, D., Rodriguez-Gomez, V., McKinnon, R., Pillepich, A., Ma., C., Vogelsberger, M., Springel, V., & Hernquist, L. 2015, “An analysis of the evolving comoving number density of galaxies in hydrodynamical simulations,” MNRAS, 454, 2270

Wellons, S., Torrey, P., Ma, C., Rodriguez-Gomez, V., Vogelsberger, M., Kriek, M., van Dokkum, P., Nelson, E., Genel, S., Pillepich, A., Springel, V., Sijacki, D., Snyder, G., Nelson, D., Sales, L., & Hernquist, L. 2015, “The Formation of Massive, Compact Galaxies at z=2 in the Illustris Simulation,” MNRAS, 449, 361

Wellons, S., Zhu, Y., Psaltis, D., Narayan, R., & McClintock, J. E. 2014, “A High-Frequency Doppler Feature in the Power Spectra of Simulated GRMHD Black Hole Accretion Disks,” ApJ, 785, 142

Wellons, S., Soderberg, A. M., & Chevalier, R. A. 2012, “Radio Observations Reveal Unusual Circumstellar Environments for Some Type Ibc Supernova Progenitors,” ApJ, 752, 17

Nordhaus, J., Wellons, S., Spiegel, D. S., & Metzger, B. D. 2011, “Formation of high-field magnetic white dwarfs from common envelopes,” PNAS, 108, 3135