References for the lectures
given by P. Padovani
at the school "Black Holes at all scales",
Ioannina, Greece, September 2013

Lecture 1:

Antonucci & Miller 1985, Spectropolarimetry and the nature of NGC 1068,

Barthel 1989, Is every quasar beamed?,

Bianchi et al. 2012, AGN Obscuration and the Unified Model,

Bentz et al. 2010, The Lick AGN Monitoring Project: Reverberation Mapping of Optical Hydrogen and Helium Recombination Lines,

Bentz et al. 2013, The Low-luminosity End of the Radius-Luminosity Relationship for Active Galactic Nuclei,

Cavaliere & Padovani 1989, The connection between active and normal galaxies,

Eddington 1920, The internal constitution of the stars,

Elvis et al. 1994, Atlas of quasar energy distributions,

Hopkins et al. 2007, An Observational Determination of the Bolometric Quasar Luminosity Function,

Kellermann et al. 1989, VLA observations of objects in the Palomar Bright Quasar Survey,

Lister et al. 2009, MOJAVE: Monitoring of Jets in Active Galactic Nuclei with VLBA Experiments.
VI. Kinematics Analysis of a Complete Sample of Blazar Jets,

Maraschi et al. 1992, A jet model for the gamma-ray emitting blazar 3C 279,

Marconi et al. 2004, Local supermassive black holes, relics of active galactic nuclei and the X-ray background,

Marscher et al. 1979, Search for X-ray emission from bursting radio sources,

Minkowski 1960, A New Distant Cluster of Galaxies,

Padovani et al. 1990, The mass function of Seyfert 1 nuclei,

Peterson 2013, Measuring the Masses of Supermassive Black Holes,

Rees 1966, Appearance of Relativistically Expanding Radio Sources,

Richards et al. 2006, Spectral Energy Distributions and Multiwavelength Selection of Type 1 Quasars,

Sandage 1965, The Existence of a Major New Constituent of the Universe: the Quasistellar Galaxies.,

Schmidt 1963, 3C 273 : A Star-Like Object with Large Red-Shift,

Seyfert 1943, Nuclear Emission in Spiral Nebulae,

Simpson 2005, The luminosity dependence of the type 1 active galactic nucleus fraction,

Soltan 1982, Masses of quasars,

Tavecchio et al. 2001, Theoretical Implications from the Spectral Evolution of Markarian 501 Observed with BeppoSAX,

Trump et al. 2011, Accretion Rate and the Physical Nature of Unobscured Active Galaxies,

Urry & Padovani 1995, Unified Schemes for Radio-Loud Active Galactic Nuclei,

Lecture 2:

Alexander & Hickox 2012, What drives the growth of black holes?

Assef et al. 2013, Mid-infrared Selection of Active Galactic Nuclei with the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer.
II. Properties of WISE-selected Active Galactic Nuclei in the NDWFS Boštes Field

Bongiorno et al. 2010, The [O iii] emission line luminosity function of optically selected type-2 AGN from zCOSMOS

Cattaneo et al. 2009, The role of black holes in galaxy formation and evolution,

Donley et al. 2012, Identifying Luminous Active Galactic Nuclei in Deep Surveys: Revised IRAC Selection Criteria,

Fabian 2012, Observational Evidence of Active Galactic Nuclei Feedback,

Franceschini et al. 1999, On the relationship between galaxy formation and quasar evolution

Giroletti & Panessa 2009, The Faintest Seyfert Radio Cores Revealed by VLBI

Green et al. 1986, The Palomar-Green catalog of ultraviolet-excess stellar objects

Harrison et al. 2013, The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) High-energy X-Ray Mission

Hatziminaoglou et al. 2010, HerMES: Far infrared properties of known AGN in the HerMES fields,

Hoenig et al. 2013, Dust in the Polar Region as a Major Contributor to the Infrared Emission of Active Galactic Nuclei

Kellermann et al. 2008, The VLA Survey of the Chandra Deep Field-South. I. Overview and the Radio Data,

Kormendy & Ho 2013, Coevolution (Or Not) of Supermassive Black Holes and Host Galaxies,

Kukula et al. 1998, The radio properties of radio-quiet quasars

Lacy et al. 2004, Obscured and Unobscured Active Galactic Nuclei in the Spitzer Space Telescope First Look Survey,

Lehmer et al. 2012, The 4 Ms Chandra Deep Field-South Number Counts Apportioned by Source Class:
Pervasive Active Galactic Nuclei and the Ascent of Normal Galaxies

Machalski & Condon 1999, Radio Emission from Galaxies in the Las Campanas Redshift Survey

Mortlock et al. 2011, A luminous quasar at a redshift of z = 7.085

Nolan et al. 2012, Fermi Large Area Telescope Second Source Catalog

Padovani et al. 2009, The Very Large Array Survey of the Chandra Deep Field South. IV. Source Population

Padovani et al. 2011, The VLA Survey of Chandra Deep Field South. V. Evolution and Luminosity
Functions of Sub-millijansky Radio Sources and the Issue of Radio Emission in Radio-quiet Active Galactic Nuclei

Padovani 2011, The microjansky and nanojansky radio sky: source population and multiwavelength properties

Ranalli et al. 2003, The 2-10 keV luminosity as a Star Formation Rate indicator

Sanders et al. 1989, Continuum energy distribution of quasars - Shapes and origins

Sopp & Alexander 1991, A composite plot of far-infrared versus radio luminosity, and the origin of far-infrared luminosity in quasars

Stern et al. 2005, Mid-Infrared Selection of Active Galaxies,

Stern et al. 2012, Mid-infrared Selection of Active Galactic Nuclei with the Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer. I. Characterizing WISE-selected Active Galactic Nuclei in COSMOS,

Ulvestad et al. 2005, VLBA Imaging of Central Engines in Radio-Quiet Quasars,


Willott et al. 2009, Six More Quasars at Redshift 6 Discovered by the Canada-France High-z Quasar Survey

Wilson & Colbert 1995, The difference between radio-loud and radio-quiet active galaxies

Fifty Years of Quasars,

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