Papers

The links below list my publications as stored on the NASA ADS system. Last update May 2022. These are live links, so you can sort in citation order etc.

All refereed papers

All other publications

First author papers.

Here are some publication statistics as of May 2022:

  • 322 publications total over 45 years
  • 176 refereeed publications and 146 others
  • total citations to refereed publications 22,628 (mean=129)
  • 54 papers with >100 citations
  • 74 papers with >75 citations (h=74; y=1.68)
  • 32 publications as first author
  • 10 of these with >100 citations
  • 17 of these with >50 citations

Top DOZEN cited papers (MAY 2020)

(1) Abbott et al 2017, ApJ Letters 848, L12. Multi-messenger observations of a Binary neutron star merger. (2287 citations, 3677 authors.)

(2) Lawrence et al 2007, MNRAS, 379, 1599. The UKIRT Infrared Deep Sky Survey (UKIDSS). (1924 citations, 22 authors.)

(3) Hughes et al 1998, Nature 394, 241. High-redshift star formation in the Hubble Deep Field revealed by a submillimetre-wavelength survey. (1236 citations, 15 authors.)

(4) Mortlock et al 2012, Nature, 474, 616. A luminous quasar at a redshift of z = 7.085. (1120 citations, 17 authors.)

(5) Saunders et al 1990, MNRAS, 242, 318. The 60-micron and far-infrared luminosity functions of IRAS galaxies. (527 citations, 7 authors.)

(6) Hambly et al 2001, MNRAS, 326, 1279. The SuperCOSMOS Sky Survey – I. Introduction and description. (520 citations, 14 authors.)

(7) Casali et al 2007, A&A 467, 777. The UKIRT wide-field camera. (507 citations, 30 authors.)

(8) Eales et al 2010, PASP, 122, 499. The Herschel Atlas. (481 citations, 99 authors)

(9) Smartt et al 2017, Nature, 551, 75. A kilonova as the electromagnetic counterpart to a gravitational wave source. (470 citations, 121 authors).

(10) Lawrence and Elvis 1982, ApJ, 256, 410. Obscuration and the various kinds of Seyfert galaxies. (420 citations, 2 authors.)

(11) Lawrence 1991, MNRAS, 252, 586. The relative frequency of broad-lined and narrow-lined active galactic nuclei – Implications for unified schemes. (417 citations, 1 author.)

(12) Lucas et al 2008, MNRAS, 391, 136. The UKIDSS Galactic Plane Survey. (391 citations, 31 authors).

Top DOZEN cited first author papers (May 2020)

(1) Lawrence et al 2007, MNRAS, 379, 1599. The UKIRT Infrared Deep Sky Survey (UKIDSS). (1924 citations, 22 authors.)

(2) Lawrence and Elvis 1982, ApJ, 256, 410. Obscuration and the various kinds of Seyfert galaxies.(420 citations, 2 authors.)

(3) Lawrence 1991, MNRAS, 252, 586. The relative frequency of broad-lined and narrow-lined active galactic nuclei – Implications for unified schemes.(417 citations, 1 author.)

(4) Lawrence et al 1987, Nature, 325, 694. Low-frequency divergent X-ray variability in the Seyfert galaxy NGC4051. (190 citations, 4 authors.)

(5) Lawrence et al 1986, MNRAS, 219, 687. Studies of IRAS sources at high galactic latitudes. II – Results from a redshift survey at B greater than 60 deg: Distribution in depth, luminosity function, and physical nature of IRAS galaxies. (173 citations, 5 authors.)

(6) Lawrence and Papadakis 1993, ApJ, 414, 85. X-ray variability of active galactic nuclei – A universal power spectrum with luminosity-dependent amplitude. (170 citations, 2 authors.)

(7) Lawrence 1987, PASP, 99, 309. Classification of active galaxies and the prospect of a unified phenomenology. (133 citations, 1 author.)

(8) Lawrence and Elvis 2010, ApJ, 714, 561. Misaligned Disks as Obscurers in Active Galaxies. (119 citations, 2 authors.)

(9) Lawrence et al 1989, MNRAS, 240, 329. High-luminosity IRAS galaxies. I – The proportion of IRAS galaxies in interacting systems. (106 citations, 5 authors.)

(10) Lawrence et al 1997, MNRAS, 285, 879. X-ray and optical continua of active galactic nuclei with extreme Fe II emission. (100 citations, 5 authors.)

(11) Lawrence et al 1985, ApJ, 291, 117. Observations from 1 to 20 microns of low luminosity active galaxies. (88 citations, 7 authors).

(12) Lawrence et al 1985, MNRAS, 217, 685. Continuous rapid X-ray variability and spectral changes in NGC4051. (81 citations, 4 authors)