Publications

You can see a full list of my publications on ADS. If you prefer search ADS yourself for my publications, please be aware that there is an Erik Nesvold at CERN with a fair number of publications on particle physics.

First-Author Papers

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Hazardous object population parameters and the likelihood of successful deflection for three technologies (Nesvold et al. 2018)

The Deflector Selector: A Machine Learning Framework for Prioritizing Hazardous Deflection Technology Development” by Erika R. Nesvold, Adam Greenberg, Nicolas Erasmus, Elmarie van Heerden, J. L. Galache, Eric Dahlstrom, Franck Marchis, Acta Astronautica (2018)
Acta Astronautica link


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Simulated images of the disk around HD 106906 (Nesvold et al. 2017)

HD 106906: A Case Study for External Perturbations of a Debris Disk” by Erika R. Nesvold, Smadar Naoz, Michael P. Fitzgerald, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 837, L6 (2017)
ApJL Link


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Excitation of a debris disk by an exterior perturber (Nesvold et al. 2016)

Circumstellar Debris Disks: Diagnosing the Unseen Perturber” by Erika R. Nesvold, Smadar Naoz, Laura Vican, Will M. Farr, The Astrophysical Journal, 826, 19 (2016)
ApJ Link


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Map of particle collision rate in the beta Pictoris debris disk (Nesvold & Kuchner 2015b)

A SMACK Model of Colliding Planetesimals in the β Pictoris Debris Disk” by Erika R. Nesvold and Marc J. Kuchner, The Astrophysical Journal, 815, 61 (2015)
ApJ Link


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Simulated image of a planet (circle) opening a gap in a debris disk (Nesvold & Kuchner 2015a)

Gap Clearing by Planets in a Collisional Debris Disk” by Erika R. Nesvold and Marc J. Kuchner, The Astrophysical Journal, 798, 83 (2015)
ApJ Link


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Simulated image of a debris disk perturbed by a planet on an eccentric orbit (white line) (Nesvold et al. 2013)

SMACK: A New Algorithm for Modeling Collisions and Dynamics of Planetesimals in Debris Disks” by Erika R. Nesvold, Marc J. Kuchner, Hanno Rein, and Margaret Pan, The Astrophysical Journal, 777, 144 (2013)
ApJ Link

Co-Authored Papers

Apocenter Glow in Eccentric Debris Disks: Implications for Fomalhaut and epsilon Eridani” by Margaret Pan, Erika R. Nesvold, and Marc J. Kuchner, The Astrophysical Journal, 823, 81
ApJ Link

Finding the Needles in the Haystacks: High-fidelity Models of the Modern and Archean Solar System for Simulating Exoplanet Observations” by Aki Roberge, et al., Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 129, 982
PASP Link

Disk Detective: Discover of New Circumstellar Disk Candidates through Citizen Science” by Marc J. Kuchner, et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 830, 84 (2016)
ApJ Link

Exocometary gas in the HD 181327 debris ring” by S. Marino, et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 460, 2933 (2016)
MNRAS Link

Discovery of an Inner Disk Component around HD 141569 A*” by Mihoko Konishi, et al., The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 818, L23 (2016)
ApJL Link

Spitzer IRS Spectra of Debris Disks in the Scorpius-Centaurus OB Association” by Hannah Jang-Condell, et al., The Astrophysical Journal, 808, 167 (2015)
ApJ Link

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