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1991ApJS...76.1001P viz 1762 52 Photoelectric UBV photometry of stars selected in the HK objective-prism survey. PRESTON G.W., SHECTMAN S.A. and BEERS T.C.
1992AJ....103.1987B viz 1024 532 A search for stars of very low metal abundance. II. BEERS T.C., PRESTON G.W. and SHECTMAN S.A.
1995AJ....109.2736M 1 33 163 A spectroscopic analysis of 33 of the most metal-poor stars. I. McWILLIAM A., PRESTON G.W., SNEDEN C., et al.
1995AJ....109.2757M 5 34 787 Spectroscopic analysis of 33 of the most metal-poor stars. II. McWILLIAM A., PRESTON G.W., SNEDEN C., et al.
1995ApJ...451L..49A 6 6 165 The first generation of stars: first steps toward chemical evolution of galaxies. AUDOUZE J. and SILK J.
1995ApJS...96..175B viz 1810 175 Kinematics of metal-poor stars in the Galaxy. BEERS T.C. and SOMMER-LARSEN J.
1995BAAS...27.1333M 3 ~ Chemistry of the Galactic bulge and halo. McWILLIAM A.
1996ApJ...471..254R 5 33 529 Extremely metal-poor stars. II. Elemental abundances and the early chemical enrichment of the galaxy. RYAN S.G., NORRIS J.E. and BEERS T.C.
1996A&ARv...7..217C 35 32 The first generation of stars. CAYREL R.
1997A&AS..124..299C viz 3159 203 A catalogue of [Fe/H] determinations: 1996 edition. CAYREL DE STROBEL G., SOUBIRAN C., FRIEL E.D., et al.
1997ARA&A..35..503M 8 22 593 Abundance ratios and galactic chemical evolution. McWILLIAM A.
1998AJ....115.1640M 3 34 400 Barium abundances in extremely metal-poor stars. McWILLIAM A.
1999AJ....117..981B viz 547 146 Estimation of stellar metal abundance. II. A recalibration of the Ca II K technique, and the autocorrelation function method. BEERS T.C., ROSSI S., NORRIS J.E., et al.
2000AJ....119.2866B viz 2011 171 Kinematics of metal-poor stars in the Galaxy. II. Proper motions for a large nonkinematically selected sample. BEERS T.C., CHIBA M., YOSHII Y., et al.
2000ApJ...544..302B 2 75 487 Neutron-capture elements in the early galaxy: insights from a large sample of metal-poor giants. BURRIS D.L., PILACHOWSKI C.A., ARMANDROFF T.E., et al.
2000PASP..112..141P 3 3 What are extremely metal poor stars good for anyway ? (Millennium essay). PRESTON G.
2001A&A...373..159C viz 15       D               3320 239 Catalogue of [Fe/H] determinations for FGK stars: 2001 edition. CAYREL DE STROBEL G., SOUBIRAN C. and RALITE N.
2001ApJ...561.1034N 6 11 210 Extremely metal-poor stars. VIII. High-resolution, high signal-to-noise ratio analysis of five stars with [Fe/H]≲-3.5. NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G. and BEERS T.C.
2001ApJ...562..528S viz 280 35 Three-dimensional spectral classification of low-metallicity stars using artificial neural networks. SNIDER S., ALLENDE PRIETO C., VON HIPPEL T., et al.
2001PASP..113..519G 29 14 Chemical compositions of four metal-poor giant stars. GIRIDHAR S., LAMBERT D.L., GONZALEZ G., et al.
2002A&A...390..187D 115 T K     O           10 174 First Stars. II. Elemental abundances in the extremely metal-poor star
CS 22949-037 A diagnostic of early massive supernovae.
DEPAGNE E., HILL V., SPITE M., et al.
2002A&A...395...77S 2 4 30 The surface carbon and nitrogen abundances in models of ultra metal-poor stars. SCHLATTL H., SALARIS M., CASSISI S., et al.
2002ApJ...567..515Q 2 11 70 Determination of nucleosynthetic yields of supernovae and very massive stars from abundances in metal-poor stars. QIAN Y.-Z. and WASSERBURG G.J.
2002ApJ...567.1166A 2 17 112 The chemical composition of carbon-rich, very metal poor stars: a new class of mildly carbon rich objects without excess of neutron-capture elements. AOKI W., NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G., et al.
2002ApJ...569L.107N 75 T                   5 44 Extremely metal-poor stars. IX.
CS 22949-037 and the role of hypernovae.
NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G., BEERS T.C., et al.
2002ApJ...576L.141A 3 8 86 Chemical composition of the carbon-rich, extremely metal poor star CS 29498-043: a new class of extremely metal poor stars with excesses of magnesium and silicon. AOKI W., NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G., et al.
2002ApJ...577..281C 6 5 99 The explosive yields produced by the first generation of core collapse supernovae and the chemical composition of extremely metal poor stars. CHIEFFI A. and LIMONGI M.
2002PASJ...54..933A 1 13 40 Subaru/HDS study of extremely metal-poor star CS 29498-043 : abundance analysis details and comparison with other carbon-rich objects. AOKI W., NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G., et al.
2003ApJ...584L..87T 38   K                 6 18 Relics of subluminous supernovae in metal-poor stars. TSUJIMOTO T. and SHIGEYAMA T.
2003ApJ...586L..57S 2 5 40 Excavation of the first stars. SHIGEYAMA T., TSUJIMOTO T. and YOSHII Y.
2003ApJ...594L.123L 3 5 57 On the origin of HE 0107-5240, the most iron-deficient star presently known. LIMONGI M., CHIEFFI A. and BONIFACIO P.
2003ApJ...598L.103L 23 22 Nitrogen overabundance: globular cluster and halo formation. LI Y. and BURSTEIN D.
2003ApJ...598.1163M 5 13 229 Bipolar supernova explosions: nucleosynthesis and implications for abundances in extremely metal-poor stars. MAEDA K. and NOMOTO K.
2003Natur.422..871U 19 6 351 First-generation black-hole-forming supernovae and the metal abundance pattern of a very iron-poor star. UMEDA H. and NOMOTO K.
2004A&A...413.1073S 1 31 96 First stars. IV. CS 29497-030: Evidence for operation of the s-process at very low metallicity. SIVARANI T., BONIFACIO P., MOLARO P., et al.
2004A&A...416.1117C viz 8 37 976 First stars. V - Abundance patterns from C to Zn and supernova yields in the early Galaxy. CAYREL R., DEPAGNE E., SPITE M., et al.
2004A&A...419.1095I 76 T                   4 25 Oxygen and magnesium abundance in the ultra-metal-poor giants
CS22949-037 and CS29498-043: Challenges in models of atmospheres.
ISRAELIAN G., SHCHUKINA N., REBOLO R., et al.
2004A&A...422..217W 2 6 38 Models for extremely metal-poor halo stars. WEISS A., SCHLATTL H., SALARIS M., et al.
2004A&A...422..527S viz 500 36 uvby-β photometry of high-velocity and metal-poor stars. X. Stars of very low metal abundance: Observations, reddenings, metallicities, classifications, distances, and relative ages. SCHUSTER W.J., BEERS T.C., MICHEL R., et al.
2004AJ....128.1177V viz 796 690 Stellar chemical signatures and hierarchical galaxy formation. VENN K.A., IRWIN M., SHETRONE M.D., et al.
2004ApJ...601..864T 8 20 514 Galactic evolution of Sr, Y, and Zr: a multiplicity of nucleosynthetic processes. TRAVAGLIO C., GALLINO R., ARNONE E., et al.
2004ApJ...603..708C 6 11 204 HE 0107-5240, a chemically ancient star. I. A detailed abundance analysis. CHRISTLIEB N., GUSTAFSSON B., KORN A.J., et al.
2004ApJ...608..971A 3 4 45 Oxygen overabundance in the extremely iron-poor star CS 29498-043. AOKI W., NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G., et al.
2004ApJ...612..602T 12 3 115 Nucleosynthesis, reionization, and the mass function of the first stars. TUMLINSON J., VENKATESAN A. and SHULL J.M.
2004ApJ...617..693D 9 2 56 Cosmic star formation, reionization, and constraints on global chemical evolution. DAIGNE F., OLIVE K.A., VANGIONI-FLAM E., et al.
2004MNRAS.351..585P 9 18 Self-enrichment of Galactic halo globular clusters: stimulated star formation and consequences for the halo metallicity distribution. PARMENTIER G.
2004MmSAI..75...40I 74 T                   2 0 Abundances of alpha-elements in the ultra-metal-poor giants CS 29498-043 and
CS 22949-037.
ISRAELIAN G.
2004MmSAI..75..312N 11 7 Population III supernovae and their nucleosynthesis. NOMOTO K., MAEDA K., UMEDA H., et al.
2004MmSAI..75..741B 15 18 Cu and Zn in different stellar populations: inferring their origin. BISTERZO S., GALLINO R., PIGNATARI M., et al.
2004Msngr.118...55C 12 1 The first stars: what we know and do not know. CAYREL R. and SPITE M.
2005A&A...430..655S 3 35 361 First stars VI - Abundances of C, N, O, Li, and mixing in extremely metal-poor giants. Galactic evolution of the light elements. SPITE M., CAYREL R., PLEZ B., et al.
2005A&A...434.1117P 2         O           14 88 Analysis of the carbon-rich very metal-poor dwarf G77-61. PLEZ B. and COHEN J.G.
2005A&A...440..321J viz 46 67 Chemical abundances in 43 metal-poor stars. JONSELL K., EDVARDSSON B., GUSTAFSSON B., et al.
2005AJ....130.2804R viz 166 34 Estimation of carbon abundances in metal-poor stars. I. Application to the strong G-band stars of Beers, Preston, and Shectman. ROSSI S., BEERS T.C., SNEDEN C., et al.
2005ApJ...619..427U 8 11 283 Variations in the abundance pattern of extremely metal-poor stars and nucleosynthesis in population III supernovae. UMEDA H. and NOMOTO K.
2005ApJ...625..825L 3 23 265 The binary frequency among carbon-enhanced, s-process-rich, metal-poor stars. LUCATELLO S., TSANGARIDES S., BEERS T.C., et al.
2005ApJ...626..446R viz 211 174 The effective temperature scale of FGK stars. I. Determination of temperatures and angular diameters with the infrared flux method. RAMIREZ I. and MELENDEZ J.
2005ApJ...626..644S 1 4 19 The polytropic equation of state of primordial gas clouds. SPAANS M. and SILK J.
2005ApJ...632..611A 2 23 159 Spectroscopic studies of very metal-poor stars with the Subaru high dispersion spectrograph. III. Light neutron-capture elements. AOKI W., HONDA S., BEERS T.C., et al.
2005ApJ...635..349R 20 52 The origins of two classes of carbon-enhanced, metal-poor stars. RYAN S.G., AOKI W., NORRIS J.E., et al.
2005ARA&A..43..531B 8 36 943 The discovery and analysis of very metal-poor stars in the Galaxy. BEERS T.C. and CHRISTLIEB N.
2005ARep...49..510K 11 0 Evolution of galaxies and the Tully-Fisher relation. KURBATOV E.P., TUTUKOV A.V. and SHUSTOV B.M.
2006A&A...447..623M 26 7 366 The early star generations: the dominant effect of rotation on the CNO yields. MEYNET G., EKSTROEM S. and MAEDER A.
2006A&A...455..291S 1 35 138 First stars IX - Mixing in extremely metal-poor giants. Variation of the 12C/13C, [Na/Mg] and [Al/Mg] ratios. SPITE M., CAYREL R., HILL V., et al.
2006A&A...455.1059M 5 8 84 CS 30322-023: an ultra metal-poor TP-AGB star? MASSERON T., VAN ECK S., FAMAEY B., et al.
2006A&A...457..645Z 61 19 Potassium abundances in nearby metal-poor stars. ZHANG H.W., GEHREN T., BUTLER K., et al.
2006ApJ...639..897A 5 17 178 HE 1327-2326, an unevolved star with [Fe/H]←5.0. I. A comprehensive abundance analysis. AOKI W., FREBEL A., CHRISTLIEB N., et al.
2006ApJ...641..494S 3 4 28 NLTE strontium and barium in metal-poor red giant stars. SHORT C.I. and HAUSCHILDT P.H.
2006ApJ...647..773D 4 4 39 Hierarchical growth and cosmic star formation: enrichment, outflows, and supernova rates. DAIGNE F., OLIVE K.A., SILK J., et al.
2006AN....327...72B 359 19 Galactic model parameters for field giants separated from field dwarfs by their 2MASS and V apparent magnitudes. BILIR S., KARAALI S., GUVER T., et al.
2006RPPh...69.2823C 5 5 The oldest stars in the Milky Way. CAYREL R.
2006A&A...459..125S 1 28 64 First stars X. The nature of three unevolved carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. SIVARANI T., BEERS T.C., BONIFACIO P., et al.
2006ApJ...653..300P 4 8 68 From first stars to the Spite plateau: a possible reconciliation of halo stars observations with predictions from Big Bang nucleosynthesis. PIAU L., BEERS T.C., BALSARA D.S., et al.
2007A&A...461..571H 23 5 233 Very low-metallicity massive stars. Pre-SN evolution models and primary nitrogen production. HIRSCHI R.
2007ApJS..168..128B viz 15       D               1852 38 Broadband UBVRCIC photometry of horizontal-branch and metal-poor candidates from the HK and Hamburg/ESO surveys. I. BEERS T.C., FLYNN C., ROSSI S., et al.
2007ApJ...655..492A viz 2 70 376 Carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. I. Chemical compositions of 26 stars. AOKI W., BEERS T.C., CHRISTLIEB N., et al.
2007ApJ...657L..77T 5 10 100 The connection between gamma-ray bursts and extremely metal-poor stars: black hole-forming supernovae with relativistic jets. TOMINAGA N., MAEDA K., UMEDA H., et al.
2007ApJ...658..367K viz 15       D               1 122 103 The origin of carbon enhancement and the initial mass function of extremely metal-poor stars in the Galactic halo. KOMIYA Y., SUDA T., MINAGUCHI H., et al.
2007ApJ...658..534F 2 10 43 Chemical abundance analysis of the extremely metal-poor star HE 1300+0157. FREBEL A., NORRIS J.E., AOKI W., et al.
2007A&A...464.1081A 55 100 NLTE determination of the sodium abundance in a homogeneous sample of extremely metal-poor stars. ANDRIEVSKY S.M., SPITE M., KOROTIN S.A., et al.
2007ApJ...658.1203J viz 15       D               69 54 A search for nitrogen-enhanced metal-poor stars. JOHNSON J.A., HERWIG F., BEERS T.C., et al.
2007ApJ...659L.161C 4 5 41 A new type of extremely metal-poor star. COHEN J.G., McWILLIAM A., CHRISTLIEB N., et al.
2007ApJ...660..747A 3 5 38 Spectroscopic studies of extremely metal-poor stars with the Subaru high-dispersion spectrograph. IV. The α-element-enhanced metal-poor star BS 16934-002. AOKI W., HONDA S., BEERS T.C., et al.
2008ApJ...672..320C 416           X C       10 25 104 New extremely metal-poor stars in the Galactic halo. COHEN J.G., CHRISTLIEB N., McWILLIAM A., et al.
2008MNRAS.384.1533L 39           X         1 3 10 Single and binary evolution of Population III stars and their supernova explosions. LAWLOR T.M., YOUNG T.R., JOHNSON T.A., et al.
2008ApJ...677..572V 38           X         1 20 30 Could the ultra-metal-poor stars Be chemically peculiar and not related to the first stars? VENN K.A. and LAMBERT D.L.
2008ApJ...681.1524L viz 153           X         4 60 270 Detailed abundances for 28 metal-poor stars: stellar relics in the Milky Way. LAI D.K., BOLTE M., JOHNSON J.A., et al.
2008ApJ...687..272Q 75             C       2 29 57 Abundances of Sr, Y, and Zr in metal-poor stars and implications for chemical evolution in the early galaxy. QIAN Y.-Z. and WASSERBURG G.J.
2008ApJ...687L..95P 61           X         1 3 140 The s-process in massive stars at low metallicity: the effect of primary 14N from fast rotating stars. PIGNATARI M., GALLINO R., MEYNET G., et al.
2008ARep...52..985T 8 3 The formation and evolution of the most massive stars. TUTUKOV A.V. and FEDOROVA A.V.
2009A&A...494.1083A 53       D     X         2 41 57 Evolution of the barium abundance in the early galaxy from a NLTE analysis of the Ba lines in a homogeneous sample of EMP stars. ANDRIEVSKY S.M., SPITE M., KOROTIN S.A., et al.
2009PASJ...61..563T 15       D               1 42 15 Potassium abundances in red giants of mildly to very metal-poor globular clusters. TAKEDA Y., KANEKO H., MATSUMOTO N., et al.
2009A&A...501..519B viz 16       D               1 58 187 First stars. XII. Abundances in extremely metal-poor turnoff stars, and comparison with the giants. BONIFACIO P., SPITE M., CAYREL R., et al.
2009ApJ...702.1575O 38           X         1 6 8 Quark-novae, cosmic reionization, and early r-process element production. OUYED R., PUDRITZ R.E. and JAIKUMAR P.
2009MNRAS.398.1782R 77           X         2 11 22 Influence of population III stars on cosmic chemical evolution. ROLLINDE E., VANGIONI E., MAURIN D., et al.
2009PASJ...61..909N 114           X         3 13 13 Oxygen and light-element synthesis by neutron-capture reactions in metal-free and extremely metal-poor AGB stars. NISHIMURA T., AIKAWA M., SUDA T., et al.
2010A&A...509A..88A 92       D     X         3 54 90 Non-LTE abundances of Mg and K in extremely metal-poor stars and the evolution of [O/Mg], [Na/Mg], [Al/Mg], and [K/Mg] in the Milky way. ANDRIEVSKY S.M., SPITE M., KOROTIN S.A., et al.
2010A&A...509A..93M viz 15       D               4 181 196 A holistic approach to carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. MASSERON T., JOHNSON J.A., PLEZ B., et al.
2010MmSAI..81..151M 15 1 Supernova nucleosynthesis and stellar population in the early Universe. MAEDA K., TOMINAGA N., UMEDA H., et al.
2010A&A...515A.111S viz 15       D               2 17230 227 The PASTEL catalogue of stellar parameters. SOUBIRAN C., LE CAMPION J.-F., CAYREL DE STROBEL G., et al.
2010ApJ...722L.104N 193           X C F     3 13 56 An extremely carbon-rich, extremely metal-poor star in the Segue 1 system. NORRIS J.E., GILMORE G., WYSE R.F.G., et al.
2010ApJ...723.1632N viz 153           X C       3 282 153 Chemical enrichment in the faintest galaxies: the carbon and iron abundance spreads in the Bootes I dwarf spheroidal galaxy and the Segue 1 system. NORRIS J.E., WYSE R.F.G., GILMORE G., et al.
2010ApJ...724..341H viz 91           X         1 5 530 Nucleosynthesis and evolution of massive metal-free stars. HEGER A. and WOOSLEY S.E.
2010ApJ...724..975R viz 114           X C       2 197 141 The ubiquity of the rapid neutron-capture process. ROEDERER I.U., COWAN J.J., KARAKAS A.I., et al.
2010ApJS..191..352K viz 15       D               2 3052 166 Multi-element abundance measurements from medium-resolution spectra. II. Catalog of stars in Milky Way dwarf satellite galaxies. KIRBY E.N., GUHATHAKURTA P., SIMON J.D., et al.
2010NewAR..54..191N 23     A               1 17 21 Hypernovae, gamma-ray bursts, and first stars. NOMOTO K., TANAKA M., TOMINAGA N., et al.
2011MNRAS.412..843S viz 553       D     X C F     13 148 109 The stellar abundances for galactic archaeology (SAGA) data base – II. Implications for mixing and nucleosynthesis in extremely metal-poor stars and chemical enrichment of the galaxy. SUDA T., YAMADA S., KATSUTA Y., et al.
2011A&A...527A..65H 40           X         1 6 26 First stars. XIII. Two extremely metal-poor RR Lyrae stars. HANSEN C.J., NORDSTROEM B., BONIFACIO P., et al.
2011A&A...528A...9S 461     A D S   X C       11 55 39 First stars. XIV. Sulfur abundances in extremely metal-poor stars. SPITE M., CAFFAU E., ANDRIEVSKY S.M., et al.
2011MNRAS.413.2987V 154             C F     5 8 14 Cosmic chemical evolution with an early population of intermediate-mass stars. VANGIONI E., SILK J., OLIVE K.A., et al.
2011A&A...530A.105A 284       D     X C       7 60 49 NLTE strontium abundance in a sample of extremely metal poor stars and the Sr/Ba ratio in the early Galaxy. ANDRIEVSKY S.M., SPITE F., KOROTIN S.A., et al.
2011A&A...534A..52K 77             C       1 6 4 Sulphur in the metal poor globular cluster NGC 6397. KOCH A. and CAFFAU E.
2011MNRAS.417.1534C 93       D       C       2 65 158 The most metal-poor damped Lyα systems: insights into chemical evolution in the very metal-poor regime. COOKE R., PETTINI M., STEIDEL C.C., et al.
2011MNRAS.418..284B viz 38           X         1 115 191 The s-process in low-metallicity stars – II. Interpretation of high-resolution spectroscopic observations with asymptotic giant branch models. BISTERZO S., GALLINO R., STRANIERO O., et al.
2012ApJ...744...91B 81             C       1 7 58 Iron and α-element production in the first one billion years after the Big Bang. BECKER G.D., SARGENT W.L.W., RAUCH M., et al.
2012ApJ...747....2L 48           X         1 10 194 The s-process in asymptotic giant branch stars of low metallicity and the composition of carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. LUGARO M., KARAKAS A.I., STANCLIFFE R.J., et al.
2012ApJ...751...14M 15       D               1 50 38 Lithium abundances in carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. MASSERON T., JOHNSON J.A., LUCATELLO S., et al.
2012A&A...541A.143S viz 15       D               1 55 38 NLTE determination of the calcium abundance and 3D corrections in extremely metal-poor stars. SPITE M., ANDRIEVSKY S.M., SPITE F., et al.
2012A&A...547A..76P 132       D   O X         4 19 25 The occurrence of nitrogen-enhanced metal-poor stars: implications for the initial mass function in the early Galactic halo. POLS O.R., IZZARD R.G., STANCLIFFE R.J., et al.
2013AJ....145...13A viz 39           X         1 151 146 High-resolution spectroscopy of extremely metal-poor stars from SDSS/SEGUE. I. Atmospheric parameters and chemical compositions. AOKI W., BEERS T.C., LEE Y.S., et al.
2013ApJ...762...26Y viz 94       D     X         3 198 263 The most metal-poor stars. II. Chemical abundances of 190 metal-poor stars including 10 new stars with [Fe/H] ≤ -3.5. YONG D., NORRIS J.E., BESSELL M.S., et al.
2013ApJ...762...27Y viz 16       D               1 88 106 The most metal-poor stars. III. The metallicity distribution function and carbon-enhanced metal-poor fraction. YONG D., NORRIS J.E., BESSELL M.S., et al.
2013ApJ...762...28N 523       D     X C       13 106 171 The most metal-poor stars. IV. The two populations with [Fe/H] ≲ -3.0. NORRIS J.E., YONG D., BESSELL M.S., et al.
2012A&A...548A..34A viz 1060       D     X C       27 134 38 Elemental abundances and classification of carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. ALLEN D.M., RYAN S.G., ROSSI S., et al.
2013ApJ...778...56C viz 741     A D     X C       19 144 157 Normal and outlying populations of the Milky Way stellar halo at [Fe/H] ←2. COHEN J.G., CHRISTLIEB N., THOMPSON I., et al.
2014ApJ...784..158R 645       D     X C       16 26 48 Neutron-capture nucleosynthesis in the first stars. ROEDERER I.U., PRESTON G.W., THOMPSON I.B., et al.
2014ApJ...785...98T 331       D     X         9 55 110 Abundance profiling of extremely metal-poor stars and supernova properties in the early universe. TOMINAGA N., IWAMOTO N. and NOMOTO K.
2014AJ....147..136R viz 291       D     X C       7 317 336 A search for stars of very low metal abundance. VI. Detailed abundances of 313 metal-poor stars. ROEDERER I.U., PRESTON G.W., THOMPSON I.B., et al.
2014ApJ...788..180C viz 16       D               1 329 52 Carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars: CEMP-s and CEMP-no subclasses in the halo system of the Milky Way. CAROLLO D., FREEMAN K., BEERS T.C., et al.
2014A&A...565A..93S 119           X C       2 13 30 High-resolution abundance analysis of very metal-poor r-I stars. SIQUEIRA MELLO C., HILL V., BARBUY B., et al.
2014MNRAS.441.1217S 215       D     X   F     5 19 130 Binarity in carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. STARKENBURG E., SHETRONE M.D., McCONNACHIE A.W., et al.
2014ApJ...791...98V 212       D     X C       5 16 12 Searching for dust around hyper metal poor stars. VENN K.A., PUZIA T.H., DIVELL M., et al.
2014A&A...571A..40S viz 39           X         1 12 8 The low Sr/Ba ratio on some extremely metal-poor stars. SPITE M., SPITE F., BONIFACIO P., et al.
2014ApJ...797...21P viz 16       D               4 606 226 Carbon-enhanced metal-poor star frequencies in the galaxy: corrections for the effect of evolutionary status on carbon abundances. PLACCO V.M., FREBEL A., BEERS T.C., et al.
2014RAA....14.1423L 39           X         1 86 4 A search for strongly Mg-enhanced stars from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. LI X., ZHAO G., CHEN Y.-Q., et al.
2015A&A...576A..56M 95       D     X         3 44 35 The first stars: CEMP-no stars and signatures of spinstars. MAEDER A., MEYNET G. and CHIAPPINI C.
2015ApJ...807..173H 41           X         1 53 112 An elemental assay of very, extremely, and ultra-metal-poor stars. HANSEN T., HANSEN C.J., CHRISTLIEB N., et al.
2015A&A...579A..28B viz 374       D     X C       9 46 146 TOPoS. II. On the bimodality of carbon abundance in CEMP stars. Implications on the early chemical evolution of galaxies. BONIFACIO P., CAFFAU E., SPITE M., et al.
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