Relevant Publications

Jul 1996: B2114+022: a gravitational lens system and/or an example of multiple active nuclei?, Browne 1996

Feb 1998: Limits on Cosmological Models from Radio-selected Gravitational Lenses, Falco, Kochanek & Muñoz 1998

Jun 1998: Lensing galaxies: light or dark?, Jackson et al. 1998

Dec 1998: Modelling the 10-image lensed system B1933+503, Nair 1998

Apr 1999: Gravitational lensing statistics with extragalactic surveys . II. Analysis of the Jodrell Bank-VLA Astrometric Survey, Helbig et al. 1999

Aug 1999: Gravitationally lensed radio sources in the Jodrell Bank-VLA Astrometric Survey, King et al. 1999

Jan 2000: Measuring cosmological parameters with the JVAS and CLASS gravitational lens surveys, Helbig et al. 2000

Nov 2000: The Fundamental Plane of Gravitational Lens Galaxies and The Evolution of Early-Type Galaxies in Low-Density Environments, Kochanek et al. 2000

Jan 2001: The Current Status of CLASS, Helbig 2001

Jun 2001: Why Is the Fraction of Four-Image Radio Lens Systems So High?, Rusin & Tegmark 2001

Sep 2001: B2114+022: a distant radio source gravitationally lensed by a starburst galaxy, Augusto et al. 2001

Sep 2001: Modelling the first probable two-plane lens system B2114+022: reproducing two compact radio cores A and D, Chae, Mao & Augusto 2001

Feb 2002: Semianalytical Models for Lensing by Dark Halos. I. Splitting Angles, Li & Ostriker 2002

Apr 2002: The Parkes quarter-Jansky flat-spectrum sample. I. Sample selection and source identifications, Jackson et al. 2002

May 2003: The Cosmic Lens All-Sky Survey - II. Gravitational lens candidate selection and follow-up, Browne et al. 2003

May 2004: Radio, optical and infrared observations of CLASS B0128+437, Biggs et al. 2004

Jun 2004: The Effects of Massive Substructures on Image Multiplicities in Gravitational Lenses, Cohn & Kochanek 2004

Jul 2005: CLASS B0631+519: last of the Cosmic Lens All-Sky Survey lenses, York et al. 2005

Dec 2005: Gravitational Lenses and VLBI, Biggs 2005

Dec 2005: Gravitational Lensing in a Concordance ΛCDM Universe: The Importance of Secondary Matter along the Line of Sight, Wambsganss, Bode & Ostriker 2005

00 2006: Gravitational Lensing: Strong, Weak and Micro, Meylan et al. 2006

Apr 2006: Rotation in gravitational lenses, Pen & Mao 2006

Apr 2006: A Spectroscopic Study of the Environments of Gravitational Lens Galaxies, Momcheva et al. 2006

Jul 2006: First Results from a Photometric Survey of Strong Gravitational Lens Environments, Williams et al. 2006

Aug 2007: The Gravitational Lens-Galaxy Group Connection. II. Groups Associated with B2319+051 and B1600+434, Auger et al. 2007

Dec 2007: How robust are the constraints on cosmology and galaxy evolution from the lens-redshift test?, Capelo & Natarajan 2007

Apr 2010: Satellites in the field and lens galaxies: SDSS/COSMOS versus SLACS/CLASS, Jackson et al. 2010

Jan 2011: The Effect of Environment on Shear in Strong Gravitational Lenses, Wong et al. 2011

Jan 2014: Three-dimensional microlensing, Mao, Witt & An 2014

Aug 2015: A Spectroscopic Survey of the Fields of 28 Strong Gravitational Lenses, Momcheva et al. 2015

Dec 2016: A Spectroscopic Survey of the Fields of 28 Strong Gravitational Lenses: the Group Catalog, Wilson et al. 2016

Feb 2017: Quantifying Environmental and Line-of-sight Effects in Models of Strong Gravitational Lens Systems, McCully et al. 2017

Feb 2019: A novel search for gravitationally lensed radio sources in wide-field VLBI imaging from the mJIVE-20 survey, Spingola et al. 2019