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Martin, Nicolas F., Collins, Michelle L. M., Longeard, Nicolas and Tollerud, Erik (2018) Current velocity data on dwarf galaxy NGC1052-DF2 do not constrain it to lack dark matter Astrophysical Journal Letters.

Contenta, Filippo, Balbinot, Eduardo, Petts, James, Read, Justin, Gieles, Mark, Collins, Michelle, Peñarrubia, Jorge, Delorme, Maxime and Gualandris, Alessia (2018) Probing dark matter with star clusters: a dark matter core in the ultra-faint dwarf Eridanus II Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

Collins, Michelle, Tollerud, EJ, Sand, DJ, Bonaca, A, Willman, B and Strader, J (2017) Dynamical evidence for a strong tidal interaction between the Milky Way and its satellite, Leo V Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 467 (1). pp. 573-585.

Küpper, AHW, Johnston, KV, Mieske, S, Collins, Michelle and Tollerud, EJ (2017) Exploding Satellites -- The Tidal Debris of the Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxy Hercules The Astrophysical Journal: an international review of astronomy and astronomical physics, 834 (2).

Contenta, Filippo, Gieles, Mark, Balbinot, Eduardo and Collins, Michelle (2016) The contribution of dissolving star clusters to the population of ultra faint objects in the outer halo of the Milky Way Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 466 (2). pp. 1741-1756.

Voggel, K, Hilker, M, Baumgardt, H, Collins, Michelle, Grebel, EK, Husemann, B, Richtler, T and Frank, MJ (2016) Probing the boundary between star clusters and dwarf galaxies: A MUSE view on the dynamics of Crater/Laevens I Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 460 (3). pp. 3384-3397.

Read, JI, Agertz, O and Collins, MLM (2016) Dark matter cores all the way down Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 459. pp. 2573-2590.

Martin, NF, Ibata, RA, Collins, MLM, Rich, RM, Bell, EF, Ferguson, AMN, Laevens, BPM, Rix, H-W, Chapman, SC and Koch, A (2016) TRIANGULUM II: A VERY METAL-POOR AND DYNAMICALLY HOT STELLAR SYSTEM ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, 818 (1), ARTN 40.

Collins, MLM, Martin, NF, Rich, RM, Ibata, RA, Chapman, SC, McConnachie, AW, Ferguson, AM, Irwin, MJ and Lewis, GF (2015) COMPARING THE OBSERVABLE PROPERTIES OF DWARF GALAXIES ON AND OFF THE ANDROMEDA PLANE The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 799, L13.

Collins, MLM, Chapman, SC, Rich, RM, Ibata, RA, Martin, NF, Irwin, MJ, Bate, NF, Lewis, GF, Penarrubia, J, Arimoto, N, Casey, CM, Ferguson, AMN, Koch, A, McConnachie, AW and Tanvir, N (2014) THE MASSES OF LOCAL GROUP DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXIES: THE DEATH OF THE UNIVERSAL MASS PROFILE The Astrophysical Journal, 783 (7).

Barklie, RC, Collins, M and Silva, SRP (2000) EPR linewidth variation, spin relaxation times, and exchange in amorphous hydrogenated carbon Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, 61 (5). pp. 3546-3554.

Barklie, R. C., Collins, M and Silva, S R P (2000) EPR Linewidth Variation, Spin Relaxation Times, and Exchange in Amorphous Hydrogenated Carbon Physical Review B (PRB), 61 (5). pp. 3546-3554.

Conference or Workshop Item

Collins, M, Barklie, RC, Anguita, JV, Carey, JD and Silva, SRP (2000) Characterisation of defects in thin films of hydrogenated amorphous carbon In: 10th European Conference on Diamond, Diamond-Like Materials, Nitrides and Silicon Carbide (Diamond 1999), 1999-09-12 - 1999-09-17, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC.

Barklie, RC, Collins, M, Cunniffe, J and Silva, SRP (1998) An EPR study of defects in hydrogenated amorphous carbon thin films In: Diamond 97 Conference, 1997-08-03 - 1997-08-08, EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND.

Thesis

Collins, Mark Anthony David. (1988) In vitro studies with the actinorhizal symbiont Frankia. Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey (United Kingdom)..

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