The Impact of Type Ia Supernovae in Quiescent Galaxies. I. Formation of the Multiphase Interstellar Medium    Li et al (2020 a)

The Impact of Type Ia Supernovae in Quiescent Galaxies: II. Energetics and Turbulence    Li et al (2020 b)

First results from SMAUG: Characterization of Multiphase Galactic Outflows from a Suite of Local Star-Forming Galactic Disk Simulations   Kim et al. (2020)

First results from SMAUG: The need for preventative stellar feedback and improved baryon cycling in semi-analytic models of galaxy formation  Pandya et al. (2020)

First results from SMAUG: Uncovering the Origin of the Multiphase Circumgalactic Medium with a Comparative Analysis of Idealized and Cosmological Simulations   Fielding et al. (2020)

First results from SMAUG: Insights into star formation conditions from spatially-resolved ISM properties in TNG50   Motwani et al. (2020)

Multiphase Gas and the Fractal Nature of Radiative Turbulent Mixing Layers
Fielding et al. (2020)

Cosmological simulations of quasar fueling to sub-parsec scales using Lagrangian hyper-refinement
Angles-Alcazar et al. (2020)

Efficient early stellar feedback can suppress galactic outflows by reducing supernova clustering
Smith et al. (2020)

The CAMELS project: Cosmology and Astrophysics with MachinE Learning Simulations
Villaescusa-Navarro et al. (2020)

A Framework for Multiphase Galactic Wind Launching Using TIGRESS
Kim et al. (2020 b)

Which AGN Jets Quench Star Formation in Massive Galaxies?
Su et al. (2021)

Characterizing mass, momentum, energy and metal outflow rates of multi-phase galactic winds in the FIRE-2 cosmological simulations
Pandya et al. (2021)



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