Here you can get my star catalog, ``Composite-Spectrum and Related Stars That Are Candidate Detached Post-Common-Envelope Binaries, v. 2.3''


BOOKS

1. Ringwald, Frederick A. 2013, Astronomy for Beginners (Kendall Hunt Publishing) (ISBN: 978-1465228444)


REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Key:
A&A = Astronomy and Astrophysics
AJ = the Astronomical Journal
ApJ = the Astrophysical Journal
JBAA = Journal of the British Astronomical Association
MNRAS = Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
PASJ = Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan
PASP = Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific
RNAAS = Research Notes of the American Astronomical Society


50. Ringwald, F. A., Rude, G. D. II, Roveto, J. J., Khamvongsa, K. S. 2012, New Astronomy, 17, 570-575,
``The Photometric Period and Variability of the Cataclysmic Variable V849 Herculis (PG 1633+115)''

49. Rude, G. D. II & Ringwald, F. A. 2012, New Astronomy, 17, 533-536,
``A Search for Superhumps in the Cataclysmic Variable SW Sextantis''

48. Rude, G. D. II & Ringwald, F. A. 2012, New Astronomy, 17, 453-457,
``The Photometric Periods of the Nova-Like Cataclysmic Variable LQ Pegasi (PG 2133+115)''

47. Rude, G. D. II & Ringwald, F. A. 2012, New Astronomy, 17, 442-445,
``The Photometric Period of the Cataclysmic Variable HV Andromedae''

46. Ringwald, F. A., Velasco, K., Roveto, J. J., & Meyers, M. E. 2012, New Astronomy, 17, 433-437,
``The Orbital Period and Negative Superhumps of the Nova-Like Cataclysmic Variable V378 Pegasi''

45. Gariety, M. J. & Ringwald, F. A. 2012, New Astronomy, 17, 154-159,
``A critical analysis of three near-infrared photometric methods of estimating distances to cataclysmic variables''

44. Ringwald, F. A. & Velasco, K. 2012, New Astronomy, 17, 108-111,
``The Orbital Period and Variability of the Dwarf Nova ES Draconis''

43. Shears, J., Campbell, T., Foote, J., Garrett, R., Hager, T.,
Julian, W. M., Kemp, J., Masi, G., Miller, I., Patterson, J., Richmond, M.,
Ringwald, F., Roberts, G., Ruiz, J., Sabo, R., & Stein, W. 2011, JBAA, 121, 96-104,
``The orbital and superhump periods of the deeply eclipsing dwarf nova SDSS J150240.98+333423.9''

42. Kato T., Maehara H., Uemura M., Henden A., de Miguel E., Miller I.,
Dubovsky P. A., Kudzej I., Kiyota S., Hambsch F.-J., Tanabe K., Imamura K.,
Kunitomi N., Takagi R., Nose M., Akazawa H., Masi G., Nakagawa S.,
Iino E., Noguchi R., Matsumoto K., Fujii D., Kobayashi H., Ogura K.,
Ohtomo S., Yamashita K., Yanagisawa H., Itoh H., Bolt G., Monard B.,
Ohshima T., Shears, J., Ruiz, J., Imada A., Oksanen A., Nelson P.,
Gomez T. L., Staels B., Boyd D., Voloshina I. B., Krajci T., Crawford T.,
Stockdale C., Richmond M., Morelle E., Novak R., Nogami D., Ishioka R.,
Brady S., Simonsen M., Pavlenko E. P., Ringwald, F. A., Kuramoto T.,
Miyashita A., Pickard R. D., Hynek T., Dvorak S., Stubbings R., & Muyllaert E. 2010, PASJ, 62, 1525-1584,
``Survey of Period Variations of Superhumps in SU UMa-Type Dwarf Novae. II: The Second Year (2009-2010)''

41. Ringwald, F. 2009, Astronomy Education Review, 8 (1), 010602-1-2,
``A Mindset List for College Astronomy Instructors''

40. Reimer, T. W., Welsh, W. F., Mukai, K., & Ringwald, F. A. 2008, ApJ, 678, 376-384,
``The Intermediate Polar EI UMa: A Pre-Polar Cataclysmic Variable''

39. Shankland, P. D., Rivera, E. J., Laughlin, G., Blank, D. L., Price, A., Gary, B., Bissinger, R.,
Ringwald, F. A., White, G., Henry, G. W., McGee, P., Wolf, A. S., Carter, B., Lee, S.,
Biggs, J., Monard, B., & Ashley, M. C. B. 2006, ApJ, 653, 700-707,
``On the Search For Transits of the Planets Orbiting Gl 876''

38. Ringwald, F. A., Chase, D. W., & Reynolds, D. S. 2005, PASP, 117, 1223-1229,
``Time-Resolved Spectroscopy and Photometry of CT Serpentis and V825 Herculis''

37. Morgan, G. E., Ringwald, F. A., Buil, C., & Garrett, M. 2005, PASP, 117, 938-943,
``Spectra and Light Curve Analysis of Nova V475 Scuti''

36. Mukai, K., Still, M., & Ringwald, F. A. 2003, ApJ, 594, 428-434,
``The origin of soft X-rays in DQ Herculis''

35. Morgan, G. E., Ringwald, F. A., & Prigge, J. W. 2003, MNRAS, 344, 521-526,
``Early post-maximum spectral evolution of the fast novae V4742 Sagittarii and V4743 Sagittarii''

34. Ringwald, F. A., Culver, J. M., Lovell, R. L., Kays, S. A., & Torres, Y. V. A. 2003,
Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 35, no. 4, 1063-1074,
``The Research Productivity of Small Telescopes and Space Telescopes''

33. Prinja, R. K., Long, K. S., Froning, C. S., Knigge, C., Witherick, D. K., Clark, J. S., & Ringwald, F. A. 2003, MNRAS, 340, 551-561,
``FUSE and HST ultraviolet observations of the disc wind of RW Sextantis''

32. Evans, A., Yudin, R. V., Naylor, T., Ringwald, F. A., & Koch-Miramond, L. 2002, A&A, 384, 504-512,
``Broadband polarimetry of novae in outburst''

31. Prinja, R. K., Knigge, C., Ringwald, F. A., & Wade, R. A. 2000, MNRAS, 318, 368-374,
``Episodic absorption in the outflow of the old nova V603 Aquilae''

30. Prinja, R. K., Ringwald, F. A., Wade, R. A., & Knigge, C. 2000, MNRAS, 312, 316-326,
``HST ultraviolet observations of rapid variability in the accretion-disc wind of BZ Cam''

29. Shahbaz, T., Hauschildt, P. H., Naylor, T., Ringwald, F. 1999, MNRAS, 306, 675-678,
``On the abundance of lithium in T Coronae Borealis''

28. Unger, S. J., Roche, P., Negueruela, I., Ringwald, F. A., Lloyd, C., & Coe, M. J. 1998, A&A, 336, 960-965,
``Optical Spectroscopy of V635 Cassiopeiae/4U 0115+63''

27. Ringwald, F. A., Rolleston, W. R. J., Saffer, R. A., & Thorstensen, J. R. 1998, ApJ, 497, 717-720,
``PG 1002+506: a Be Star Apparently at Z > +10 kpc''

26. Ringwald, F. A., & Naylor, T. 1998, AJ, 115, 286-295,
``High-Speed Spectroscopy of a Cataclysmic Variable Wind: BZ Camelopardalis''

25. Ringwald, F. A. & Naylor, T. 1997, A&A, 326, 629-631, ``The Status of Nova Orionis 1667''

24. Thorstensen, J. R. & Ringwald, F. A. 1997, PASP, 109, 483-487,
``A Spectroscopic Study of the Dwarf Nova KT Persei''

23. Somers, M. W., Ringwald, F. A., & Naylor, T. 1997, MNRAS, 284, 359-364,
``Detection of the Irradiated Red Dwarf in WY Sagittae (Nova 1783)''

22. Naylor, T., Koch-Miramond, L., Ringwald, F. A., & Evans, A. 1996, MNRAS, 282, 873-876,
``The Linear Polarization of Non-Magnetic Cataclysmic Variables''

21. Ringwald, F. A., Naylor, T., & Mukai, K. 1996, MNRAS, 281, 192-210,
``The Optical Spectra of Old Novae''

20. Patterson, J., Patino, R., Thorstensen, J. R., Harvey, D., Skillman, D. R., & Ringwald, F. A. 1996, AJ, 111, 2422-2430,
``Periods and Quasiperiods in the Cataclysmic Variable BZ Camelopardalis''

19. Ringwald, F. A., Thorstensen, J. R., Honeycutt, R. K., & Smith, R. C. 1996, AJ, 111, 2077-2080,
``The Orbital Period and Variability of the Dwarf Nova WW Ceti''

18. Ringwald, F. A. & Naylor, T. 1996, MNRAS, 278, 808-810,
``An Expansion Parallax for PW Vul (Nova 1984)''

17. Ringwald, F. A., Thorstensen, J. R., Honeycutt, R. K., & Robertson, J. W. 1996, MNRAS, 278, 125-131,
``The Orbital Period of BK Lyncis (PG 0917+342)''

16. Schaefer, B. E. & Ringwald, F. A. 1995, ApJ, 447, L45-L48,
``An Improved Orbital Period for the Recurrent Nova U Scorpii''

15. Thorstensen, J. R., Kurtz, M. J., Geller, M. J., Ringwald, F. A., & Wegner, G. A. 1995, AJ, 109, 2368-2375,
``Redshifts for Fainter Galaxies in the First CfA Slice III: to the Zwicky Catalog Limit''

14. Harvey, D., Skillman, D. R., Patterson, J., & Ringwald, F. A. 1995, PASP, 107, 551-560,
``Superhumps in Cataclysmic Binaries. IV. V503 Cygni''

13. Ringwald, F. A. 1995, MNRAS, 271, 127-133,
``A Radial Velocity Study of the Dwarf Nova TZ Persei''

12. Ringwald, F. A., Thorstensen, J. R., & Hamwey, R. M. 1994, MNRAS, 271, 323-342,
``Orbital Studies of the Cataclysmic Variables CZ Orionis, V1193 Orionis, and BZ Ursae Majoris''

11. Shahbaz, T., Ringwald, F. A., Bunn, J. C., Naylor, T., Charles, P. A., & Casares, J. 1994,
MNRAS, 271, L10-L14, ``The Mass of the Black Hole in V404 Cygni''

10. Ringwald, F. A. 1994, MNRAS, 270, 804-810,
``The Cataclysmic Variable HX Pegasi = PG 2337+123: Caught on the Rise to Outburst''

9. Hellier, C., Ringwald, F. A., & Robinson, E. L. 1994, A&A, 289, 148,
``WX Ari: A Low-Inclination SW Sex Star''

8. Grauer, A. D., Ringwald, F. A., Wegner, G., Liebert, J., Schmidt, G. D., & Green, R. F. 1994,
AJ, 108, 214-221, ``The Nova-Like Cataclysmic Variable KUV 0859+415''

7. Beuermann, K., Thorstensen, J. R., Schwope, A. D., Ringwald, F. A., & Sahin, H. 1992, A&A, 256, 442-446,
``A Spectroscopic Study of the Cataclysmic Variable WX Arietis = PG 0244+103''

6. Thorstensen, J. R., Davis, M. K., & Ringwald, F. A. 1991, AJ, 102, 683-687,
``A Spectroscopic Study of the Eclipsing Cataclysmic Binary Star PG 0818+513:
A Puzzling Novalike Variable''

5. Thorstensen, J. R., Ringwald, F. A., Wade, R. A., Schmidt, G. D., & Norsworthy, J. E. 1991,
AJ, 102, 272-283, ``PG 0027+260: An Example of a Class of Cataclysmic Binaries with
Mysterious, but Consistent, Behavior''

4. McDermott, P. N., Taam, R. E., & Ringwald, F. A. 1988, ApJ, 328, 617-631,
``Evolution of Low-Mass Close Binary Systems''

3. Corso, G. J., Ringwald, F., Schultz, J., Harris, R. W., & Mikolajczyk, D. 1988, PASP, 100, 70-72,
``Blue-Light Monitoring of 3C 273, 3C 351, 3C 454.3, 3C 66A, PKS 2141+17, OJ 287,
and Zw 0039.5+004''

2. Corso, G. J., Ringwald, F. A., & Harris, R. W. 1988, A&A, 195, 25-26,
``Comments on the Precessing Binary Model of OJ 287''

1. Corso, G. J., Ringwald, F. A., & Harris, R. W. 1987, A&A, 183, L9,
``The Status of the Perseus Optical Flasher''


DISSERTATION SUMMARY (UNREFEREED)

Ringwald, F. A. 1993, PASP, 105, 805,
``The Cataclysmic Variables from the Palomar-Green Survey''


Ph.D. THESIS

Ringwald, F. A. 1993, Dartmouth College,
``The Cataclysmic Variables from the Palomar-Green Survey''


CONFERENCE PAPERS and OTHER UNREFEREED PUBLICATIONS

15. Thorstensen, J. R., Ringwald, F. A., Taylor, C. J., Sheets, H. A., Peters, C. S., Skinner, J. N., Alper, E. H., & Weil, K. E. 2017, RNAAS, 1, article id. 29,
``New or Improved Orbital Periods of Cataclysmic Binaries''

14. Faherty, J. K., Alatalo, K., Anderson, L. D., Assef, R. J., Bardalez Gagliuffi, D. C., Barry, M., Benford, D. J., Bilicki, M., Burningham, B., Christian, D. J., Cushing, M. C., Eisenhardt, P. R., Elvis, M., Fajardo-Acosta, S. B., Finkbeiner, D. P., Fischer, W. J., Forrest, W. J., Fowler, J., Gardner, J. P., Gelino, C. R., Gorjian, V., Grillmair, C. J., Gromadzki, M., Hall, K. P., Ivezi'c, Z., Izumi, N., Kirkpatrick, J. D., Kovacs, A., Lang, D., Leisawitz, D., Liu, F., Mainzer, A., Malek, K., Marton, G., Masci, F. J., McLean, I. S., Meisner, A., Nikutta, R., Padgett, D. L., Patel, R., Rebull, L. M., Rich, J. A., Ringwald, F. A., Rose, M., Schneider, A. C., Stassun, K. G, Stern, D., Tsai, C.-W., Wang, F., Weston, M. E., Wright, E. L., Wu, J., & Yang, J. 2015, arXiv:1505.01923,
``Results from the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) Future Uses Session at the WISE at 5 Meeting''

13. Trelawny, D. & Ringwald, F. 2013,
Bulletin of the American Physical Society, APS April Meeting 2013, Denver, CO, Vol. 58, No. 4, abstract #E2.036,
``The Outbursts of the Cataclysmic Variable V425 Cassiopeiae''

12. Velasco, K., Ringwald, F. A., & Roveto, J. 2009,
Annual Meeting of the California Section of the American Physical Society, abstract #F1.006,
``Waves in an accretion disk: nodal superhumps versus permanent superhumps in V378 Pegasi''

11. Saar, S. H., Kashyap, V. L., Ringwald, F. A. 2006,
in The Ultraviolet Universe: Stars from Birth to Death, 26th meeting of the IAU,
Joint Discussion 4, 16-17 August 2006, Prague, Czech Republic, JD04, /#30),
``A Flare-induced Mass Transfer/Accretion Event in AM Her?''

10. Mukai, K., Orio, M., Ringwald, F., & Still, M. 2002,
in Classical Nova Explosions, edited by M. Hernanz and J. José,
(American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings, Vol. 637), 372-376,
``Chandra Observations of Old Novae''

9. Lott, D. A., Haswell, C. A., Abbott, T. M. C., & Ringwald, F. 2002,
in The Physics of Cataclysmic Variables and Related Objects,
edited by B. T. Gänsicke, K. Beuermann, and K. Reinsch,
(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series Vol. 261), 289-290,
``CV Population Densities: Using CFHT as the World's Largest Time-Series Photometer''

8. Ringwald, F. A., Blatt, J. H., Jin, R., Mantovani, J. G., Moldwin, M. B.,
Oswalt, T. D., Patterson, J. D., Raffaelle, R. P., Rassoul, H. K., & Wood, M. A. 1999,
Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 31, 70-74,
``Annual Departmental Report''

7. Ringwald, F. A. 1998, in the Third Conference on Faint Blue Stars,
edited by A. G. Davis Philip, J. W. Liebert, R. A. Saffer, and D. S. Hayes (L. Davis Press), 425,
``PG 1002+506: a Be Star at Z = +16 kpc''

6. Ringwald, F. A. & Naylor, T. 1996, in Accretion Phenomena and Associated Outflows,
edited by D. T. Wickramasinghe, L. Ferrario, and G. V. Bicknell
(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series Vol. 121), 790-791,
``High-Speed Spectroscopy of a Cataclysmic Variable Wind: BZ Camelopardalis (0623+71)''

5. Ringwald, F. A. 1996, in Cataclysmic Variables and Related Objects,
edited by A. Evans and J. H. Wood (Kluwer), 89-92,
``Population Studies of Cataclysmic Variables''

4. Somers, M. W., Mukai, K., Naylor, T., & Ringwald, F. A. 1996,
in Cataclysmic Variables and Related Objects,
edited by A. Evans and J. H. Wood (Kluwer), 327-328,
``Detection of the Irradiated Red Dwarf in the Old Nova WY Sge (Nova 1783)''

3. Thorstensen, J. R. & Ringwald, F. A. 1995, Information Bulletin on Variable Stars No. 4249,
``An Improved Ephemeris for Z Camelopardalis''

2. Ringwald, F. A. 1994, in Interacting Binary Stars, edited by A. W. Shafter
(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series Vol. 56), 294-297,
``Wanted: the Fraction of Eclipsing CVs''

1. Ringwald, F. A. 1992, in Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems I,
edited by D. M. Worrall, C. Biemesderfer, and J. Barnes
(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series Vol. 25), 328-330,
``A Cookbook for Reducing KPNO IRIM Data''


ABSTRACTS (UNREFEREED)

Key:
BAAS = Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society


30. Puniani, G. S., Zozaya, L. G., & Ringwald, F. A. 2019, BAAS, 233, 348.03,
``An Atlas of Long-Term AAVSO Light Curves of Symbiotic Stars''

29. Ringwald, F. A., & Parry, C. M. 2019, BAAS, 233, 242.42,
``Light Curves from the Catalina Real-Time Transient Survey of G-hat Galaxies: Is 6dFGS gJ065559.0-404912 a Kardashev Type-III Galaxy?''

28. Mukai, K., Sokoloski, J., Nelson, T., Luna, G. J. M., Ringwald, F. 2018, BAAS, 231, 358.08,
``NuSTAR and Swift Observations of the Dwarf Nova Z Camelpardalis in a Standstill''

27. Hall, K. P., & Ringwald, F. A. 2014, BAAS, 224, 220.10,
``Bow-Shock Nebulae in the WISE All-Sky Survey: Around the Celestial Equator''

26. Blacketer, M. P., & Ringwald, F. A. 2014, BAAS, 224, 219.03,
``Variability in Hot Subdwarfs and Related Objects from the Palomar-Green Catalog''

25. Trelawny, D., & Ringwald, F. A. 2013, BAAS, 221, 148.03,
``The Outbursts of the Cataclysmic Variable V425 Cassiopeiae''

24. Ringwald, F. A., Rude, G. D. II, Roveto, J. J., & Khamvongsa, K. S. 2012, BAAS, 220, 523.09,
``The Photometric Period and Variability of the Cataclysmic Variable V849 Herculis (PG 1633+115)''

23. Rude, G. D. II & Ringwald, F. A. 2012, BAAS, 44, 348.20,
``Waves In Accretion Disks, Observed With Fresno State's Station At Sierra Remote Observatories:
HV Andromedae, LQ Pegasi, and LN Ursae Majoris''

22. Ringwald, F., Morgan, G. E., Barnes, F. S., III, Goldman, D. S., Helm, M. R.,
Mortfield, P., Quattrocchi, K. B., & Van Vleet, L. 2009, BAAS, 41, 673,
``Sierra Remote Observatories''

21. Shankland, P. D., Blank, D., Laughlin, G., Price, A., Gary, B., Bissinger, R., Ringwald, F.,
White, G., Ashbey, M., Greenhill, J., McGee, P., Sinclair, S., Carter, B., Lee, S., Biggs, J.,
Tabur, V., Roy, A., Santallo, R., Kilmartin, P., Higgins, D., Nelson, P., Richards, T.,
Heathcote, B., Stockdale, C., Kereszty, Z., Laurent, J. L., Ponthiere, P. de, Johnston, K. J.,
Lazio, J., Knapp, C., Dvorak, S., Fleenor, M., Case, J., Koppelman, M., Wells, D.,
Dillon, W., Koff, R., James, R., Holtzman, J., & Huziak, R. 2005, BAAS, 37, #9.08,
``A Photometric Monitoring Campaign to Check for Planetary Transits of GJ 876''

20. Ringwald, F. A., Morgan, G. E., Chase, D. W., Culver, J. M., Endler, S. S., Garrett, M. P.,
Hathaway, A. J., Lake, P. A., Lin, S. M., Meyers, M. E., Prigge, J. W., Reynolds, D. S.,
Rodarte, A. L., Severson, R. W., Jr., & Walters, S. E. 2004, BAAS, 36, 1600,
``Imaging and Science at Fresno State's Campus Observatory''

19. Ringwald, F. A., & Reynolds, D. S. 2003, BAAS, 35, 1275,
``Time-Resolved Spectroscopy and Photometry of CT Serpentis and V825 Herculis''

18. Ringwald, F. A. 2003, BAAS, 35, 722,
``Second Thoughts on Educational Innovation and New Faculty''

17. Ringwald, F. A., Prigge J. W., White S. J., Cowley, A. I., Morgan, G. E., Bellis, B. K., Cardoza, E. D.,
Endler, S. S., Guenther, H. D., Reyna, G., Rorabaugh, J. D., & Severson, R. W. 2002, BAAS, 34, 1107,
``Fresno State's New Campus Observatory''

16. Mukai, K., Still, M., & Ringwald, F. 2001, BAAS, 33, 1401,
``The Origin of Soft X-rays in DQ Herculis''

15. White, S. J., Harrison, K. M., Kato, A., Ringwald, F. A., Key, R., Beckman, J. M., Ruiz, V. A., Pixton, T. N.,
Cowley, A. I., Elkins, J. D., Brokaw, J. B., Davis, M. L., Curtis, D. M., Kasahara, J., Gleim, B. K. 2001, BAAS, 33, 810,
``The Downing Planetarium: A New Astronomy Education Resource for Fresno, CA''

14. Ringwald, F. A., Lovell, R. L., Kays, S. A., Torres, Y. V., & Matthews, S. A. 2000, BAAS, 32, 1428,
``The Research Productivity of Small Telescopes AND Space Telescopes''

13. Ringwald, F. A. 1999, BAAS, 31, 1553,
``The International Small Telescope Cooperative''

12. Rumstay, K. S., Leake, M. A., Wood, M. A., Ringwald, F., Moldwin, M.,
Rassoul, H., Thursby, M. H., Henson, G. D., Shaw, J. S., Simpson, C. E., & van Hamme, W. V.,
1999, International Amateur-Professional Photoelectric Photometry Communication, No. 76, 1,
``The 1999 SARA Research Experiences For Undergraduates Program''

11. Knez, C., & Ringwald, F. A. 1999, BAAS, 31, 1422,
``A Cosmic Masquerade: Are Novae Disguised Black Holes?''

10. Ringwald, F. A., Wade, R. A., Orosz, J. A., & Ciardullo, R. B. 1998, BAAS, 30, 893,
``Hubble Space Telescope/WFPC2 Images of Four Nova Shells''

9. Ringwald, F. A., Rolleston, W. R. J., Saffer, R. A., & Thorstensen, J. R. 1997, BAAS, 29, 1384,
``PG 1002+506: a Be Star Apparently at Z > +10 kpc''

8. Ringwald, F. A., Thorstensen, J. R., Honeycutt, R. K., Robertson, J. W., & Smith, R. C. 1995, BAAS, 27, 1398,
``The Orbital Periods and Variability of the Nova-Like BK Lyncis (PG 0917+342) and the Dwarf Nova WW Ceti''

7. Ringwald, F. A. 1995, BAAS, 27, 761,
``Orbital Studies of the Dwarf Novae V503 Cyg and TZ Per''

6. Ringwald, F. A., Naylor, T., & Mukai, K. 1995, in Cataclysmic Variables,
edited by A. Bianchini, M. della Valle, and M. Orio (Kluwer), 114,
``The Spectra of Old Novae''

5. Thorstensen, J. R. & Ringwald, F. A. 1992, BAAS, 24, 1075,
``The Flat, Weak-Lined Spectrum of the Nova-like RZ LMi = PG 0948+344''

4. Ringwald, F. A. 1992, BAAS, 24, 771,
``The Dwarf Nova HX Pegasi = PG 2337+123 Caught on the Rise to Outburst''

3. Ringwald, F. A. 1991, BAAS, 23, 1463,
``The Orbit and a Flare of the Novalike V825 Her = PG 1717+413''

2. Ringwald, F. A. & Thorstensen, J. R. 1991, Inst. Math. Stat. Bulletin, 20, 273,
``Correcting the Periodogram for Data Unevenly Sampled in Phase''

1. Ringwald, F. A. & Thorstensen, J. R. 1990, BAAS, 22, 1291,
``Quasi-Periodic Variations in the Radial Velocity Curve of the Dwarf Nova BZ UMa''


PRESS RELEASES

12. Ringwald, F., Uribes, T., & Raley, J. 2014,
released July 9 by University Communications, California State University, Fresno,
``University observatory accepted into cutting-edge LIGO program''

11. Fine, A. & Ringwald, F. 2008,
released November 3 by University Communications, California State University, Fresno,
``Remote observatory seeks planets to discover''

10. Uribes, T. & Ringwald, F. 2008,
released May 12 by University Relations, California State University, Fresno,
``Rare Mercury transit across Sun Nov. 8 can be viewed safely at Fresno State's Downing Planetarium''

9. Chanthaphouvong, D. & Ringwald, F. 2007,
released June 18 by University Relations, California State University, Fresno,
``Solstice---Fresno State physics, geography experts available''

8. Uribes, T. & Ringwald, F. 2006,
released September 21 by University Relations, California State University, Fresno,
``New summer red wine to be released at Fresno State Farm Marketís Summer Solstice Celebration June 21''

7. Ringwald, F. & Armbruster, S. M. 2005,
released September 28 by University Relations, California State University, Fresno,
``Exoplanet Transit Observing at Fresno State's Campus Observatory''

6. Ringwald, F., Padda, R., Mocciaro, J., & Uribes, T. 2003,
released November 5 by University Relations, California State University, Fresno,
``Fresno State Physics Students Participating in Ringwald's NASA Hubble Space Telescope Project Nov. 3-9 ''

5. Ringwald, F. & Uribes, T. 2003, released August 26 by University Relations, California State University, Fresno,
``Fresno State Physics Profs At Forefront Of Astronomy; Mars Viewing Good Through September''

4. Ringwald, F. & Uribes, T. 2003, released August 8 by University Relations, California State University, Fresno,
``MARS!! Faculty Experts Available; Planetarium Offers Shows, Viewing of Red Planet''

3. Ringwald, F. & Uribes, T. 2003, released July 11 by University Relations, California State University, Fresno,
``Physics Prof Says Meteor Video Footage Is Rare ''

2. Ringwald, F. & Uribes, T. 2001, released November 12 by University Relations, California State University, Fresno,
``Physics Prof Offers Viewing Tips on Leonid Meteors Due Nov. 17 and 18''

1. Ringwald, F. 1998, released June 10 at the 192nd meeting of the American Astronomical Society, San Diego,
``Hubble Space Telescope Sees Expanding Nova Shells''


POPULAR ARTICLES

28. Ringwald, F. A. 2017, The Observer, 65, No. 5, 1 and 11 (Fall 2017 issue),
front-page image and report from Metolius, Oregon in ``The Great American Eclipse August 21, 2017'' by Larry Parmeter

27. Ringwald, F. A. 2015, The Observer, 63, No. 6, 5 (November/December issue),
a sequence of lunar eclipse images in ``Images of the Lunar Eclipse on September 27-by CVA members'' by Larry Parmeter

26. Ringwald, F. A. 2012, The Observer, 60, No. 5, 8-9 (July/August issue),
four images in ``The Solar-Lunar-Venus Spectacle of 2012'' by Larry Parmeter

25. Ringwald, F. A. 2009, review invited by the American Association of Variable Star Observers,
``Why Observe Z Cam stars? (2009 edition)''

24. Ringwald, Fred 2008, Astronomy, 36, No. 11, 68-71 (November issue),
``How to Shoot Stars with a Webcam''

23. Ringwald, F. 2008, The Observer, 56, No. 1, 8 (January/February issue),
``ToUcam Imaging of the Moon at the CSUF Campus Observatory''

22. Ringwald, F. 2008, The Observer, 56, No. 1, 5 (January/February issue),
``A Campus Observatory Image of the North America Nebula''

21. Ringwald, F. 2007, The Observer, 55, No. 1, 5 (September/October issue),
``The Rosette Nebula at Fresno State's Campus Observatory''

20. Ringwald, F. 2005, Mercury, 34, no. 1, 22-31 (January/February issue),
``OBAFGKMLT''

19. Ringwald, F. 2004, The Observer, 52, No. 6, 5 (June issue),
``Prof. Ringwald's Short but Absolutely Essential Summer Space Reading List''

18. Ringwald, F. & Endler, S. 2004, The Observer, 52, No. 2, 3 (February issue),
``Campus Observatory H alpha Images of the Last Quarter Moon''

17. Ringwald, F. 2003, Amateur Astronomy, Vol. 40, 49-51,
``Greek Mythology and Constellations''

16. Ringwald, F. 2003, The Observer, 51, No. 12, 3 (December issue),
``Adaptive Optics at Fresno State's Campus Observatory''

15. Ringwald, F. 2003, The Observer, 51, No. 10, 3 (October issue),
``Wide-Field Imaging at Fresno State's Campus Observatory''

14. Ringwald, F. 2003, The Observer, 51, No. 9, 7 (September issue),
``H alpha Imaging of the Moon at the Campus Observatory''

13. Ringwald, F. 2003, The Observer, 51, No. 6, 3 (June issue),
``A New Hubble Space Telescope Project for Fresno State''

12. Ringwald, F. 2003, The Observer, 51, No. 3, 5 (March issue),
``Instruments and Science Programs at Fresno State's Campus Observatory''

11. Ringwald, F. A. 2003, Astronomy, 31, No. 1, 78-82 (January issue),
``Seeing double: aim your small telescope toward the sky's most beautiful binaries''

10. Morgan, G. & Ringwald, F. 2002, The Observer, 50, No. 9, 4 (October issue),
``A New Nova Eruption in Sagittarius''

9. Ringwald, F. 2002, Mercury, 31, No. 5, 7 (September/October issue),
``Web Power Tools, for Amateur Astronomy, from Professional Astronomy''

8. Ringwald, F. 2001, The Observer, 49, No. 9, 7 (November issue),
``A Universe of Research'' (Part 2 of 2)

7. Ringwald, F. 2001, The Observer, 49, No. 8, 12 (October issue),
``A Universe of Research'' (Part 1 of 2)

6. Ringwald, F. 2000, Spaceflight, 42, No. 8, 323 (August issue),
``The Three-Mile Limit''

5. Ringwald, F. 2000, Astronomy, 28, No. 6, 48-53 (June issue),
``The Sky Down Under''

4. Ringwald, F. 1998, Mercury, 27, no. 5, 31 (September/October issue),
``So, You're an Astronomer?''

3. Ringwald, F. 1996, Sky & Telescope, 91, No. 6, 6-7,
``Focal Point: Misconceptions about Professional Astronomy''

2. Ringwald, F. A. 1996, vsnet 517 (February 6), ``Why Observe Z Cam stars?''
Translated into Dutch by E. Broens and T. Vanmunster and published in
Heelal, 41, No. 6, 144, ``Waarom Z Cam Sterren waarnemen?''
Translated into Danish by Hans Sorensen and published in
Astronomisk Tidsskrift, 29, No. 4, 25, ``Hvorfor observere Z Cam stjerner?''

1. Ringwald, F. 1992, Astronomy, 20, No. 7, 12, ``More Nights on Kitt Peak''


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