Community Memos for
Snowmass 2001
Yellow Book on Dark Energy: |

Section 1: The Puzzle
and Nature of Dark Energy |
Section 3:
Supernova/Acceleration Probe (SNAP) |

Section 2:
Studying Dark Energy with Supernovae Ia |
Section 4:
Experiment Options |

*Editor:* Eric
Linder (Berkeley Lab)

[Further dark energy resources]

Importance of Discovering the Nature of Dark Energy
*Steven
Weinberg* [ps, pdf]

Centrality of Understanding Vacuum Energy Density*Frank
Wilczek* [ps, pdf]

Importance of Knowing if the Cosmological Constant
is Constant *Edward Witten* [ps, pdf]

Vacuum Energy: A Naturalness Challenge *John
Ellis* [ps, pdf]

Dark Energy and the Preposterous Universe *Sean
Carroll* [ps, pdf][*also
*slide talk]

Dark Energy and the New Cosmology *Michael
Turner *[ps,pdf]

Importance of Measuring the History of Expansion
of the Universe *Eric Linder, Saul Perlmutter* [ps,
pdf]

Constraints on Dark Energy and Its Models *Dragan
Huterer, Eric Linder, Jochen Weller* [ps,
pdf]

Complementary Probes of Dark Energy *Josh
Frieman* [Powerpoint*, *pdf]

Comments on Dark Energy Experiments *Tim
McKay* [Powerpoint*, *pdf]

Astro/Cosmo/Particle Experiments *Tim
McKay* [Powerpoint*, *pdf;
Snowmass E6 summary]

Overview of Supernova Cosmology To Date *Saul
Perlmutter, Eric Linder *[ps, pdf]

Overviews of SZ Effect and Dark Matter *Jim
Siegrist *[pdf]

Dark Energy and the CMB *Martin White
*[ps,
pdf]

Weak Gravitational Lensing by Large-Scale Structure *Alexandre
Refregier* [Powerpoint*,
*pdf]

Weak Lensing from Space with SNAP *Alexandre
Refregier et al.* [Powerpoint*, *pdf]

The Lyman-Alpha Forest as a Probe of Cosmology *Rupert
Croft *[ps, pdf]

Number Counts as a Probe of Cosmology *Dragan
Huterer, Jeffrey Newman *[ps, pdf]

Hubble Diagram and Cosmology Measurements *Martin
Goliath, Dragan Huterer, Eric Linder *[ps,
pdf]

Magnitude Systematics and Cosmological Parameters
as a Function of z *Alex Kim et al.* [ps,
pdf]

Redshift Errors and Measurement of Cosmological
Parameters *Alex Kim* [ps, pdf]

Type Ia Supernovae as Standard Candles *David
Branch* [ps, pdf]

Observational Diversity among Type Ia Supernovae
*David
Branch* [ps, pdf]

Nearby Supernova Factory *Greg Aldering,
Reynald Pain* [ps, pdf]

Theoretical/Phenomenological Understanding of
Supernovae *Eddie Baron* [ps, pdf]

Coping with Type Ia Supernova "Evolution" when
Probing the Nature of the Dark Energy *David Branch, Saul Perlmutter,
E. Baron, Peter Nugent* [ps, pdf]

Cosmology from Type II Supernovae *Peter
Nugent* [ps, pdf]

Multi-Color Light Curve Measurements *Anne
Ealet et al. *[ps, pdf]

Measuring the Properties of Dust with High-redshift
Supernovae *Ariel Goobar, Lars Bergström, Edvard Mörtsell*
[ps, pdf]

Determining the Fraction of Compact Objects Using
Supernova Observations *Ariel Goobar* [ps,
pdf]

SNAP and Multiply-imaged Supernovae *Daniel
Holz *[ps, pdf]

Effect of Photometric Errors on Cosmological
Parameters *Stuart Mufson, Nick Mostek* [pdf]

Spectral Features *Stuart Samuel *[ps,
pdf]

SNAP Type Ia Supernova Trigger *Alex
Kim, Jodi Lamoureux, Shawn McKee* [ps, pdf]

SNAP: An Experiment to Measure Properties of the
Accelerating Universe *SNAP collaboration *[ps,
pdf]

SNAP: Presentation to NRC's Committee on Physics
of the Universe *Saul Perlmutter *[pdf]

SNAP Technical Design Highlights *Michael
Levi *[Powerpoint*, *pdf]

Point Source Sensitivity Table for SNAP
*Gary Bernstein *[pdf]

Looking for Dark Energy Right Now *Peter
Garnavich* [ps, pdf]

Supernova Studies with LSST + Other Observatories
*Alex Kim *[ps, pdf]

Advanced Exposure Time Calculations *Gary
Bernstein* [ps, pdf]

**Gzipped tar files:** (*last update 11/21/01*)

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(original pdf plus converted ps plus converted Powerpoint)
(23Mb)

ps contributions (7Mb)

Powerpoint contributions (24Mb)

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