This page contains a list of the publications that I am an author on. I will try to keep this up to date. The best place to find recent publications is on ADS.

Refereed Publications

  1. Crossfield, I. J. M., Petigura, E., Schlieder,J. E., et al., A Nearby M Star with Three Transiting Super-Earths Discovered by K2, 2015, ApJ, 804, 10
  2. Prša, A., Robin, A., & Barclay, T., Stellar statistics along the ecliptic and the impact on the K2 mission concept, 2015, IJAsB,14, 165
  3. Mullally, F., Coughlin, J. L., Thompson, S. E.,et al., Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler. VI. Planet Sample from Q1–Q16 (47 Months), 2015, ApJS, 217, 31
  4. Rowe, J. F., Coughlin, J. L., Antoci, V., et al., Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler. V. Planet Sample from Q1-Q12 (36 Months), 2015, ApJS, 217, 16
  5. Torres, G., Kipping, D. M., Fressin, F., et al., Validation of 12 Small Kepler Transiting Planets in the Habitable Zone, 2015, ApJ, 800, 99
  6. Barclay, T., Endl, M., Huber, D., et al.,Radial Velocity Observations and Light Curve Noise Modeling Confirm that Kepler-91b is a Giant Planet Orbiting a Giant Star, 2015, ApJ, 800, 46
  7. Campante, T. L., Barclay, T., Swift, J. J., et al., An Ancient Extrasolar System with Five Sub-Earth-size Planets, 2015, ApJ, 799, 170
  8. Everett, M. E., Barclay, T., Ciardi, D. R., et al., High-Resolution Multi-Band Imaging for Validation and Characterization of Small Kepler Planets, 2015, AJ, 149, 55
  9. Conroy, K. E., Prša, A., Stassun, K. G.,et al., Kepler Eclipsing Binary Stars. V. Identification of 31 Candidate Eclipsing Binaries in the K2 Engineering Dataset, 2014, PASP, 126, 914
  10. Endl, M., Caldwell, D. A., Barclay, T., et al.,Kepler-424 b: A “Lonely” Hot Jupiter that Found a Companion, 2014, ApJ, 795, 151
  11. Johnson, J. A., Huber, D., Boyajian, T., et al., The Physical Parameters of the Retired a Star HD 185351, 2014, ApJ, 794, 15
  12. Bolmont, E., Raymond, S. N., von Paris, P., et al., Formation, Tidal Evolution, and Habitability of the Kepler-186 System, 2014, ApJ, 793, 3
  13. Fabrycky, D. C., Lissauer, J. J., Ragozzine,D., et al., Architecture of Kepler’s Multi-transiting Systems. II. New Investigations with Twice as Many Candidates, 2014, ApJ, 790, 146
  14. Hermes, J. J., Charpinet, S., Barclay, T., et al., Precision Asteroseismology of the Pulsating White Dwarf GD 1212 Using a Two-wheel-controlled Kepler Spacecraft, 2014, ApJ, 789, 85
  15. Rappaport, S., Swift, J., Levine, A., et al., Mdwarf Rapid Rotators and the Detection of Relatively Young Multiple M-Star Systems, 2014, ApJ, 788, 114
  16. Quintana, E. V., Barclay, T., Raymond, S. N.,et al., An Earth-Sized Planet in the Habitable Zone of a Cool Star, 2014, Sci, 344, 277
  17. Howell, S. B., Sobeck, C., Haas, M., et al.,The K2 Mission: Characterization and Early Results, 2014, PASP, 126, 398
  18. Greiss, S., Gänsicke, B. T., Hermes, J.J., et al., KIC 11911480: the second ZZ Ceti in the Kepler field, 2014, MNRAS, 438, 3086
  19. Tenenbaum, P., Jenkins, J. M., Seader, S., et al., Detection of Potential Transit Signals in 16 Quarters of Kepler Mission Data, 2014, ApJS, 211, 6
  20. Rowe, J. F., Bryson, S. T., Marcy, G. W., et al., Validation of Kepler’s Multiple Planet Candidates. III. Light Curve Analysis and Announcement of Hundreds of New Multi-planet Systems, 2014, ApJ, 784, 45
  21. Rappaport, S., Barclay, T., DeVore, J., et al.,KOI-2700b—A Planet Candidate with Dusty Effluents on a 22 hr Orbit, 2014, ApJ, 784, 40
  22. Wang, J., Xie, J.-W., Barclay, T., & Fischer, D. A., Influence of Stellar Multiplicity on Planet Formation. I. Evidence of Suppressed PlanetFormation due to Stellar Companions within 20 AU and Validation of Four Planets from the Kepler Multiple PlanetCandidates, 2014, ApJ, 783, 4
  23. Ramsay, G., Howell, S. B., Wood, M. A., et al.,BOKS 45906: a CV with an orbital period of 56.6 min in the Kepler field?, 2014, MNRAS, 438, 789
  24. Marcy, G. W., Isaacson, H., Howard, A. W., et al., Masses, Radii, and Orbits of Small Kepler Planets: The Transition from Gaseous to Rocky Planets, 2014, ApJS, 210, 20
  25. Burke, C. J., Bryson, S. T., Mullally, F., et al., Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler IV: Planet Sample from Q1-Q8 (22 Months), 2014, ApJS, 210, 19
  26. Ramsay, G., Brooks, A., Hakala, P., et al., RAT-Kepler – a deep high-cadence survey of the Kepler field, 2014, MNRAS, 437, 132
  27. Demory, B.-O., de Wit, J., Lewis, N., et al.,Inference of Inhomogeneous Clouds in an Exoplanet Atmosphere, 2013, ApJ, 776, L25
  28. Wang, J., Fischer, D. A., Barclay, T., et al.,Planet Hunters. V. A Confirmed Jupiter-size Planet in the Habitable Zone and 42 Planet Candidates from the Kepler Archive Data, 2013, ApJ, 776, 10
  29. Ramsay, G., Doyle, J. G., Hakala, P., et al.,Short-duration high-amplitude flares detected on the M dwarf star KIC 5474065, 2013, MNRAS, 434, 2451
  30. Christiansen, J. L., Clarke, B. D., Burke, C.J., et al., Measuring Transit Signal Recovery in the Kepler Pipeline. I. Individual Events, 2013, ApJS, 207, 35
  31. Kane, S. R., Barclay, T., & Gelino, D. M., A Potential Super-Venus in the Kepler-69 System, 2013, ApJ, 770, L20
  32. Lintott, C. J., Schwamb, M. E., Barclay, T., et al., Planet Hunters: New Kepler Planet Candidates from Analysis of Quarter 2, 2013, AJ, 145, 151
  33. Borucki, W. J., Agol, E., Fressin, F., et al.,Kepler-62: A Five-Planet System with Planets of 1.4 and 1.6 Earth Radii in the Habitable Zone, 2013, Sci, 340, 587
  34. Tenenbaum, P., Jenkins, J. M., Seader, S., et al., Detection of Potential Transit Signals in the First 12 Quarters of Kepler Mission Data, 2013, ApJS, 206, 5
  35. Barclay, T., Burke, C. J., Howell, S. B., et al., A Super-Earth-sized Planet Orbiting in or Near the Habitable Zone around a Sun-like Star, 2013, ApJ, 768, 101
  36. Handler, G., Prinja, R. K., Urbaneja, M. A., et al., Kepler photometry and optical spectroscopy of the ZZ Lep central star of the planetary nebula NGC 6826: rotational and wind variability, 2013, MNRAS, 430, 2923
  37. Quintana, E. V., Rowe, J. F., Barclay, T., et al., Confirmation of Hot Jupiter Kepler-41b via Phase Curve Analysis, 2013, ApJ, 767, 137
  38. Huber, D., Chaplin, W. J., ChristensenDalsgaard, J., et al., Fundamental Properties of Kepler Planet-candidate Host Stars using Asteroseismology, 2013, ApJ, 767, 127
  39. Roettenbacher, R. M., Monnier, J. D., Harmon,R. O., Barclay, T., & Still, M., Imaging Starspot Evolution on Kepler Target KIC 5110407 Using Light-Curve Inversion, 2013, ApJ,767, 60
  40. Chaplin, W. J., Sanchis-Ojeda, R., Campante, T.L., et al., Asteroseismic Determination of Obliquities of the Exoplanet Systems Kepler-50 and Kepler-65, 2013, ApJ, 766, 101
  41. Jeffery, C. S., Ramsay, G., Naslim, N., et al.,KIC 10449976: discovery of an extreme helium subdwarf in the Kepler field, 2013, MNRAS, 429, 3207
  42. Barclay, T., Rowe, J. F., Lissauer, J. J., et al., A sub-Mercury-sized exoplanet, 2013, Nature, 494, 452
  43. Batalha, N. M., Rowe, J. F., Bryson, S. T., et al., Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler. III. Analysis of the First 16 Months of Data, 2013, ApJS, 204, 24
  44. Christiansen, J. L., Jenkins, J. M., Caldwell,D. A., et al., The Derivation, Properties, and Value of Kepler”s Combined Differential Photometric Precision, 2012, PASP, 124, 1279
  45. Kinch, B. E., Wood, M. A., Still, M. D., et al., MV Lyrae: A Preliminary Application of Nonlinear Time-Series Analysis to a Cataclysmic Variable in the Kepler Field, 2012, JSARA, 7, 2
  46. Barclay, T., Huber, D., Rowe, J. F., et al.,Photometrically Derived Masses and Radii of the Planet and Star in the TrES-2 System, 2012, ApJ, 761, 53
  47. Huber, D., Ireland, M. J., Bedding, T. R., et al., Fundamental Properties of Stars Using Asteroseismology from Kepler and CoRoT and Interferometry from the CHARA Array, 2012, ApJ, 760, 32
  48. Orosz, J. A., Welsh, W. F., Carter, J. A., et al., The Neptune-sized Circumbinary Planet Kepler-38b, 2012, ApJ, 758, 87
  49. Orosz, J. A., Welsh, W. F., Carter, J. A., et al., Kepler-47: A Transiting Circumbinary Multiplanet System, 2012, Sci, 337, 1511
  50. Smith, J. C., Stumpe, M. C., Van Cleve, J. E., et al., Kepler Presearch Data Conditioning II – A Bayesian Approach to Systematic Error Correction, 2012, PASP, 124, 1000
  51. Stumpe, M. C., Smith, J. C., Van Cleve, J. E., et al., Kepler Presearch Data Conditioning I – Architecture and Algorithms for Error Correction in Kepler Light Curves, 2012, PASP, 124, 985
  52. Kinemuchi, K., Barclay, T., Fanelli, M., et al., Demystifying Kepler Data: A Primer for Systematic Artifact Mitigation, 2012, PASP, 124, 963
  53. Ramsay, G., Wheatley, P. J., Rosen, S.,Barclay, T., & Steeghs, D., Suppression of X-rays during an optical outburst of the helium dwarf nova KL Dra, 2012,MNRAS, 425, 1486
  54. Ramsay, G., Cannizzo, J. K., Howell, S. B., et al., Kepler observations of V447 Lyr: an eclipsing U Gem Cataclysmic Variable, 2012, MNRAS, 425, 1479
  55. Ford, E. B., Ragozzine, D., Rowe, J. F., et al., Transit Timing Observations from Kepler. V. Transit Timing Variation Candidates in the First Sixteen Months from Polynomial Models, 2012, ApJ, 756, 185
  56. Bonaca, A., Tanner, J. D., Basu, S., et al.,Calibrating Convective Properties of Solar-like Stars in the Kepler Field of View, 2012, ApJ, 755, L12
  57. Sanchis-Ojeda, R., Fabrycky, D. C., Winn, J.N., et al., Alignment of the stellar spin with the orbits of a three-planet system, 2012, Nature, 487, 449
  58. Thompson, S. E., Everett, M., Mullally, F., et al., A Class of Eccentric Binaries with Dynamic Tidal Distortions Discovered with Kepler, 2012, ApJ, 753, 86
  59. Appourchaux, T., Chaplin, W. J.,García, R. A., et al., Oscillation mode frequencies of 61 main-sequence and subgiant stars observed by Kepler, 2012, A&A, 543, A54
  60. Pablo, H., Kawaler, S. D., Reed, M. D., et al.,Seismic evidence for non-synchronization in two close sdb+dM binaries from Kepler photometry, 2012, MNRAS, 422, 1343
  61. Barclay, T., Still, M., Jenkins, J. M., Howell, S. B., & Roettenbacher, R. M., Serendipitous Kepler observations of a background dwarf nova of SU UMa type, 2012, MNRAS, 422, 1219
  62. Matijevič, G., Prša, A., Orosz,J. A., et al., Kepler Eclipsing Binary Stars. III. Classification of Kepler Eclipsing Binary Light Curves with Locally Linear Embedding, 2012, AJ, 143, 123
  63. Gautier, T. N., III, Charbonneau, D., Rowe, J.F., et al., Kepler-20: A Sun-like Star with Three Sub-Neptune Exoplanets and Two Earth-size Candidates, 2012, ApJ, 749, 15
  64. Mosser, B., Goupil, M. J., Belkacem, K., et al., Probing the core structure and evolution of red giants using gravity-dominated mixed modes observed with Kepler, 2012, A&A, 540, A143
  65. Tenenbaum, P., Christiansen, J. L., Jenkins, J.M., et al., Detection of Potential Transit Signals in the First Three Quarters of Kepler Mission Data, 2012, ApJS, 199, 24
  66. Fressin, F., Torres, G., Rowe, J. F., et al.,Two Earth-sized planets orbiting Kepler-20, 2012, Nature, 482, 195
  67. Ramsay, G., Barclay, T., Steeghs, D., et al.,The long-term optical behaviour of helium-accreting AM CVn binaries, 2012, MNRAS, 419, 2836
  68. Borucki, W. J., Koch, D. G., Batalha, N., et al., Kepler-22b: A 2.4 Earth-radius Planet in the Habitable Zone of a Sun-like Star, 2012, ApJ, 745, 120
  69. Welsh, W. F., Orosz, J. A., Carter, J. A., et al., Transiting circumbinary planets Kepler-34 b and Kepler-35 b, 2012, Nature, 481, 475
  70. Winn, J. N., Albrecht, S., Johnson, J. A., et al., Spin-Orbit Alignment for the Circumbinary Planet Host Kepler-16 A, 2011, ApJ, 741, L1
  71. Ramsay, G., Napiwotzki, R., Barclay, T., et al., New short-period stellar pulsators at large Galactocentric distances, 2011, MNRAS, 417, 400
  72. Barclay, T., Ramsay, G., Hakala, P., et al.,Stellar variability on time-scales of minutes: results from the first 5 yr of the Rapid Temporal Survey, 2011, MNRAS, 413, 2696
  73. Ramsay, G., Kotko, I., Barclay, T., et al.,Multiwavelength observations of the helium dwarf nova KL Dra through its outburst cycle, 2010, MNRAS, 407, 1819
  74. Ramsay, G., Hakala, P., Barclay, T., et al.,RAT J1953+1859: a dwarf nova discovered through high amplitude QPOs in quiescence, 2009, MNRAS, 398, 1333
  75. Ramsay, G., Rosen, S., Hakala, P., & Barclay, T., 2XMMiJ225036.9+573154 – a new eclipsing AM Her binary discovered using XMM-Newton, 2009, MNRAS, 395, 416
  • This bibliography was made by searching NASA ADS for refereed publications with author “Barclay, T” since 2009. I then created the html list using custom format “>: <li> <a href=”%u”>%5.3l,%T,%Y,%q,%V,%p</a></li>”