Bibliographical notes

Sections 7.1 and 7.2. The following pioneering works are quoted in the text:

2. Wilson, O. C., Astrophys. J., 138, 832, 1963; ibid., 144, 695, 1966.

See also References 36 and 37 of Chapter 1. The existence of rapidly rotating dwarfs in the Pleiades was originally reported in:

3. van Leeuwen, F., and Alphenaar, P., The ESOMessenger, No 28, p. 15, 1982. Among the many papers on magnetic braking, reference may be made to:

4. Weber, E. J., and Davis, L., Jr., Astrophys. J., 148, 217, 1967.

5. Mestel, L., Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 138, 359, 1968.

6. Durney, B. R., and Latour, J., Geophys. Astrophys. FluidDyn., 9, 241, 1978.

7. Mestel, L., in Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun (Baliunas, S. L., and Hartmann, L., eds.), p. 49, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1984.

8. Mestel, L., and Spruit, H. C.,Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 226, 57, 1987.

10. Cameron, A. C., Li, J., and Mestel, L., in Angular Momentum Evolution of Young Stars (Catalano, S., and Stauffer, J. R., eds.), p. 297, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1991.

Discrete mass ejection is considered in:

11. Cameron, A. C., and Robinson, R. D.,Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 236, 57, 1989; ibid., 238, 657, 1989.

12. Jeffries, R. D.,Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 262, 369, 1993.

Other papers may be traced to Reference 12. Reference is also made to:

A comprehensive discussion of the activity-rotation relationship will be found in:

14. Patten, B. M., and Simon, T., Astrophys. J. Suppl., 106, 489, 1996. Other references may be traced to this paper. See also:

15. Wolff, S. C., and Simon, T., Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific, 109, 759, 1997

Section 7.3. See References 30-32 and 38-42 of Chapter 1. The following surveys are particularly worth noting:

16. Bouvier, J., in Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun (Caillault, J. P., ed.), A.S.P. Conference Series, 64, 151, 1994.

17. Stauffer, J. R., in Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun (Caillault, J. P., ed.), A.S.P. Conference Series, 64, 163, 1994.

18. Strom, S. E., in Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun (Caillault, J. P., ed.), A.S.P. Conference Series, 64, 211, 1994.

Accretion disks around T Tauri stars are also discussed in:

19. Edwards, S., Strom, S. E., Hartigan, P., Strom, K. M., Hillenbrand, L. A., Herbst, W., Attridge, J., Merrill, K. M., Probst, R., and Gatley, I., Astron. J., 106, 372, 1993.

Section 7.4.1. Comprehensive reviews of angular momentum evolution of young stars and accretion disks will be found in:

20. Bodenheimer, P., in Angular Momentum Evolution of Young Stars (Catalano, S., and Stauffer, J. R., eds.), p. 1, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1991.

21. Bodenheimer, P., Annu. Rev. Astron. Astrophys., 33, 199, 1995.

See also:

22. Edwards, S., Rev. Mexicana Astron. Astrofis., 29, 35, 1994.

Detailed discussions are found in:

23. Ghosh, P., and Lamb, F. K., Astrophys. J., 232, 259, 1979; ibid., 234, 296, 1979.

24. Durisen, R. H., Yang, S., Cassen, P., and Stahler, S. W., Astrophys. J., 345, 959, 1989.

25. Hartmann, L., and Stauffer, J. R., Astron. J., 97, 873, 1989.

26. Konigl, A., Astrophys. J. Letters, 370, L39, 1991.

27. Shu, F., Najita, J., Ostriker, E., and Wilkin, F., Astrophys. J., 429, 781, 1994.

28. Ostriker, E. C., and Shu, F. H., Astrophys. J., 447, 813, 1995.

See also Reference 40 of Chapter 1. The rotational evolution of T Tauri stars with accretion disks is discussed in:

29. Cameron, A. C., and Campbell, C. G., Astron. Astrophys., 274, 309, 1993.

30. Cameron, A. C., Campbell, C. G., and Quaintrell, H., Astron. Astrophys., 298, 133, 1995.

See also:

31. Ghosh, P., Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 272, 763, 1995.

32. Armitage, P. J., and Clarke, C. J.,Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 280, 458, 1996.

Section 7.4.2. The following review may be noted:

33. Charbonneau, P., Schrijver, C. J., and MacGregor, K. B., in Cosmic Winds and the Heliosphere (Jokipii, J. R., Sonett, C. P., and Giampapa, M. S., eds), p. 677, Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1997.

See also:

34. Stauffer, J. R., and Hartmann, L. W., Astrophys. J., 318, 337, 1987.

35. MacGregor, K. B., and Brenner, M., Astrophys. J., 376, 204, 1991.

36. Soderblom, D. R., Stauffer, J. R., MacGregor, K. B., and Jones, B. F., Astrophys. J., 409, 624, 1993.

37. MacGregor, K. B., and Charbonneau, P., in Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun (Caillault, J. P., ed.), A.S.P. Conference Series, 64, 174, 1994.

38. Keppens, R., MacGregor, K. B., and Charbonneau, P., Astron. Astrophys., 294, 469, 1995.

See especially Reference 38. Another viewpoint will be found in:

39. Li, J., and Cameron, A. C.,Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 261, 766, 1993.

40. Cameron, A. C., and Li, J.,Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 269, 1099, 1994.

The Yale group has contributed the following papers:

41. Chaboyer, B., Demarque, P., and Pinsonneault, M. H., Astrophys. J., 441, 876, 1995.

42. Barnes, S., and Sofia, S., Astrophys. J., 462, 746, 1996.

43. Krishnamurthi, A., Pinsonneault, M. H., Barnes, S., and Sofia, S., Astrophys. J., 480, 303, 1997.

An illustration of their empirical coefficient of eddy viscosity will be found in Reference 40 (Fig. 16, p. 548) of Chapter 3. Further contributions have been made by:

44. Bouvier, J., Forestini, M., and Allain, S., Astron. Astrophys., 326, 1023, 1997.

45. Siess, L., and Livio, M., Astrophys. J., 490, 785, 1997.

Additional calculations based on the MacGregor-Brenner prescription and a useful review of the literature will be found in:

46. Allain, S., Astron. Astrophys., 333, 629, 1998.

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