Publication List

Martin White

Papers on

Cosmic Microwave Background

Planck papers

  1. N.Mandolesi, M.Bersanelli, C.Burigana, K.M. Gorski, E. Hivon, D. Maino, L. Valenziano, F. Villa, M. White,
    On the performance of Planck-like telescopes vs. mirror aperture
    A&ASS 145(2000)323

  2. N.Mandolesi, et al.,
    Planck pre-launch status: The Planck-LFI programme,
    A&A 520(2010)3,

  3. J. Tauber, et al.,
    Planck pre-launch status: The Planck mission,
    A&A 520(2010)1.

  4. Planck collaboration,
    Planck early results: The Planck mission
    A&A 536(2011)A1, arxiv:1101.2022

  5. Planck collaboration,
    Planck early results: The all-sky early Sunyaev-Zeldovich cluster sample
    A&A 536(2011)A8, arxiv:1101.2024

  6. Planck collaboration,
    Planck Early Results: XMM-Newton follow-up for validation of Planck cluster candidates
    A&A 536(2011)A9, arxiv:1101.2025

  7. Planck collaboration,
    Planck early results: Statistical analysis of Sunyaev-Zeldovich scaling relations for X-ray galaxy clusters
    A&A 536(2011)A10, arxiv:1101.2043

  8. Planck collaboration,
    Planck Early Results: Calibration of the local galaxy cluster Sunyaev-Zeldovich scaling relations
    A&A 536(2011)A11, arxiv:1101.2026

  9. Planck collaboration,
    Planck early results: Cluster Sunyaev-Zeldovich optical scaling relations
    A&A 536(2011)A12, arxiv:1101.2027

  10. Planck collaboration,
    Planck Early Results: The power spectrum of Cosmic Infrared Background anisotropies
    A&A 536(2011)A18, arxiv:1101.2028

  11. N.Aghanim, et al.,
    Planck Early Results: Detection with Planck and Confirmation by XMM-Newton of PLCKG266.6-27.3, an exceptionally X-ray luminous and massive galaxy cluster at z~1
    A&A 536(2011)A26, arxiv:1106.1376

  12. Planck collaboration,
    Planck Intermediate Results V. Pressure profiles of galaxy clusters from the Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect
    A&A 550(2013)A131

  13. Planck collaboration,
    Planck Intermediate Results XI. The gas content of dark matter halos
    A&A 557(2013)A52

  14. Planck collaboration,
    Planck Intermediate Results VII. Statistical properties of infrared and radio extragalactic sources from the Planck Early Release Compact Source Catalogue at frequencies between 100 and 857 GHz
    A&A 550(2013)A133

  15. Planck collaboration,
    Planck Intermediate Results IX. Detection of the Galactic haze with Planck
    A&A 554(2013)A139

  16. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. I. Overview of products and scientific results
    A&A 571(2014)1

  17. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XIV. Constraints on primordial non-Gaussianity
    A&A 571(2014)14

  18. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XV. Power spectra and likelihood
    A&A 571(2014)15

  19. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XVI. Cosmological parameters
    A&A 571(2014)16

  20. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XVII. Gravitational lensing by large-scale structure
    A&A 571(2014)17

  21. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XIX. The integrated Sachs-Wolfe effect
    A&A 571(2014)19

  22. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XX. Cosmology from Sunyaev-Zeldovich cluster counts
    A&A 571(2014)20

  23. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XXII. Constraints on inflation
    A&A 571(2014)22

  24. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XXIII. Isotropy and statistics of the CMB
    A&A 571(2014)23

  25. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XXIV. Constraints on primordial non-Gaussianity
    A&A 571(2014)24

  26. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XXVII. Doppler boosting of the CMB: Eppur si muove
    A&A 571(2014)27

  27. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XXIX. Planck catalog of Sunyaev-Zeldovich sources
    A&A 571(2014)29

  28. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XXX. Cosmic infrared background measurements and implications for star formation
    A&A 571(2014)30

  29. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2013 results. XXXII. The updated Planck catalog of Sunyaev-Zeldovich sources
    A&A 581(2015)14

  30. Planck collaboration,
    Planck intermediate results. XVI. Profile likelihoods for cosmological parameters
    A&A 566(2014)54

  31. BICEP2/Keck and Planck collaborations,
    A joint analysis of BICEP2/Keck Array and Planck data.
    Phys.Rev.Lett. 114(2015)101301 arxiv:1502.00612.

  32. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2015 results. I. Overview of products and scientific results.
    A&A 594(2016)A1, arxiv:1502.01582.

  33. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2015 results. XIII. Cosmological parameters
    A&A 594(2016)A13, arxiv:1502.01589.

  34. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2015 results. XIV. Dark energy and modified gravity
    A&A 594(2016)A14, arxiv:1502.01590.

  35. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2015 results. XV. Gravitational lensing
    A&A 594(2016)A15, arxiv:1502.01591.

  36. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2015 results. XX. Constraints on inflation
    A&A 594(2016)A20, arxiv:1502.02114.

  37. Planck collaboration,
    Planck intermediate results. XXX. The angular power spectrum of polarized dust emission at intermediate and high Galactic latitudes
    A&A 586(2016)133.

  38. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2016 intermediate results. XLVI. Reduction of large-scale systematic effects in HFI polarization maps and estimation of the reionization optical depth
    A&A 586(2016)107. arxiv:1605.02985.

  39. Planck collaboration,
    Planck intermediate results. XLVII. Planck constraints on reionization history
    A&A 586(2016)108. arxiv:1605.03507.

  40. Planck collaboration,
    Planck intermediate results. LI. Features in the cosmic microwave background temperature power spectrum and shifts in cosmological parameters
    A&A 607(2017)A95, arxiv:1608.02487.

  41. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2018 results. I. Overview and the cosmological legacy of Planck
    A&A 641(2020)A1,, arxiv:1807.06205.

  42. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2018 results. VI. Cosmological parameters
    A&A 641(2020)A6, arxiv:1807.06209.

  43. Planck collaboration,
    Planck 2018 results. VIII. Gravitational lensing
    A&A 641(2020)A8, arxiv:1807.06210.


  1. M.White,
    Gravitational waves and the Cosmic Microwave Background anisotropy,
    Phys. Rev. D46(1992)4198

  2. M. White, L.Krauss and J.Silk,
    Cosmic variance in Cosmic Microwave Background anisotropies: from 1 degree to COBE,
    ApJ 418(1993)535 astro-ph/9303009

  3. M.Turner, M.White, J.Lidsey,
    Tensor perturbations in inflationary models as a probe of cosmology,
    Phys. Rev. D48(1993)4613 astro-ph/9306029

  4. D.Scott, M.Srednicki, M.White,
    Sample variance in small scale CMB anisotropy experiments,
    ApJ 421(1994)L5 astro-ph/9305030

  5. M.Srednicki, M.White, D.Scott, E.Bunn,
    Implications of MAX for CDM,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 71(1993)3747 astro-ph/9309006

  6. E.Bunn, M.White, M.Srednicki, D.Scott,
    Are SP91 and COBE inconsistent with Cold Dark Matter?,
    ApJ 429(1994)1 astro-ph/9308021

  7. M.White,
    Reconstructing the CMB power spectrum,
    A&A 290(1994)L1 astro-ph/9402038

  8. M.White, M.Srednicki,
    Window functions for CMB experiments,
    ApJ 443(1995)6 astro-ph/9402037

  9. M.White, E.Bunn,
    A first map of the CMB at 0.5degrees resolution,
    ApJ 443(1995)L53, astro-ph/9410088.

  10. W.Hu, D.Scott, N.Sugiyama, M.White,
    The effect of physical assumptions on the calculation of microwave background anisotropies,
    Phys. Rev. D52(1995)5498, astro-ph/9505043.

  11. D.Scott, M.White,
    Echoes of Gravity, (3rd prize in the Gravity Research Foundation essay competition),
    General Relativity and Gravitation, 27(1995)1023, astro-ph/9505102.

  12. W.Hu, M.White,
    CMB anisotropies in the weak coupling limit,
    A&A 315(1996)33, astro-ph/9507060.

  13. W.Hu, M.White,
    Acoustic signatures in the Cosmic Microwave Background,
    ApJ 471(1996)30, astro-ph/9602019.

  14. W.Hu, D.Spergel, M.White,
    Distinguishing causal seeds from inflation
    Phys. Rev. D55(1997)3288, astro-ph/9605193.

  15. W.Hu, M.White,
    The damping tail of CMB anisotropies
    ApJ 479(1997)568, astro-ph/9609079.

  16. M.White, W.Hu,
    The Sachs-Wolfe effect
    A&A 321(1997)8, astro-ph/9609105.

  17. W.Hu, M.White,
    Tensor anisotropies in an open universe
    ApJ 486(1997)L1, astro-ph/9701210.

  18. W.Hu, M.White,
    CMB anisotropies: total angular momentum method
    Phys. Rev. D56(1997)596, astro-ph/9702170.

  19. W.Hu, M.White,
    A CMB polarization primer
    NewA 2(1997)323, astro-ph/9706147.

  20. W.Hu, U.Seljak, M.White, M. Zaldarriaga,
    A complete treatment of CMB anisotropies in a FRW universe
    Phys. Rev. D57(1998)3290, astro-ph/9709066.

  21. M.White, J.E.Carlstrom, M.Dragovan, S.W.L.Holzapfel,
    Interferometric observation of Cosmic Microwave Background anisotropies
    ApJ 514(1999)12, astro-ph/9712195.

  22. M.White,
    Comment on the estimation of angular power spectra in the presence of foregrounds
    Phys. Rev. D57(1998)5273, astro-ph/9802211.

  23. W.Hu, D.J.Eisenstein, M.Tegmark, M.White,
    Observationally determining the properties of dark matter
    Phys. Rev. D59(1999)023512, astro-ph/9806362.

  24. D.Scott, M.White,
    Implications of SCUBA observations for the Planck Surveyor
    A&A 346(1999)1, astro-ph/9808003.

  25. J.P.Zibin, D.Scott, M.White
    Limits on the gravity wave contribution to microwave anisotropies
    Phys. Rev. D60(1999)123513, astro-ph/9901028.

  26. J.P.Zibin, D.Scott, M.White
    Gravity waves goodbye
    Gravity research foundation essay, astro-ph/9904228.

  27. M.White, J.Carlstrom, M.Dragovan, S.W.L.Holzapfel
    Analyzing data from DASI

  28. E.Pierpaoli, D.Scott, M.White
    How flat is the universe?
    Science, Mar 24, 2000, 2171, astro-ph/0003393.

  29. E.Pierpaoli, D.Scott, M.White
    Still flat after all these years
    Mod.Phys.Lett. A15(2000)1357, astro-ph/0004003.

  30. M.White, D.Scott, E.Pierpaoli
    Boomerang returns unexpectedly
    ApJ 545(2000)1, astro-ph/0004385.

  31. M.White
    Constraints from the damping tail
    ApJ 555(2001)88, astro-ph/0101086.

  32. S.Church, L.Knox, M.White
    The effect of bandpass uncertainties on component separation
    ApJ 582(2003)L63, astro-ph/0210247.

  33. U.Seljak, N.Sugiyama, M.White, M.Zaldarriaga
    A comparison of cosmological Boltzmann codes: are we ready for high precision cosmology?
    Phys. Rev. D68(2003)083507, astro-ph/0306052.

  34. R.Stompor, M.White
    The effects of low temporal frequency modes on minimum variance maps from Planck
    A&A 419(2004)783, astro-ph/0308186.

  35. M.White, S.Majumdar
    Point sources in the context of future SZ surveys
    ApJ 602(2004)565, astro-ph/0308464.

  36. A.Amblard, M.White
    Sunyaev-Zel'dovich polarization simulation
    NewA 10(2005)417, astro-ph/0409063.

  37. E.F.Bunn, M.White
    Mosaicking with CMB interferometers
    ApJ 655(2007)21, astro-ph/0606454.

  38. Z.Pan, L.Knox, M.White
    Dependence of the cosmic microwave background lensing power spectrum on the matter density
    MNRAS 445(2014)2941, arxiv:1406.5459

  39. C.Modi, M.White, Z.Vlah
    Modeling CMB lensing cross-correlations with CLEFT
    JCAP 08(2017)009, arxiv:1706.03173

  40. M.Wilson, M.White
    Cosmology with dropout selection: Straw-man surveys and CMB lensing
    JCAP 10(2019)015, arxiv:1904.13378

  41. A.Krolewski, S.Ferraro, E.Schlafly, M.White
    unWISE tomography of Planck lensing
    JCAP 05(2020)047, arxiv:1909.07412

  42. A.Krolewski, S.Ferraro, M.White
    Cosmological constraints from unWISE and Planck CMB lensing tomography
    JCAP 12(2021)028, arxiv:2105.03421

  43. G.Farren, et al.
    The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: Cosmology from cross-correlations of unWISE galaxies and ACT DR6 CMB lensing
    ApJ 966(2024)157, arxiv:2309.05659

Large Scale Structure

BOSS/eBOSS papers

  1. M.White, et al.
    The clustering of massive galaxies at z~0.5 from the first semester of BOSS data,
    ApJ 728(2011)126,

  2. D.Eisenstein, et al.
    SDSS-III: Massive spectroscopic surveys of the distant Universe, the Milky Way Galaxy and Extra-Solar planetary systems
    AJ 142(2011)72, arxiv:1101.1529

  3. SDSS-III collaboration
    The Eighth Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey: First Data from SDSS-III,
    ApJS 193(2011)29, arxiv:1101.1559

  4. N.Ross et al.,
    The SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Quasar Target Selection for Data Release Nine,
    ApJS 199(2012)3, arxiv:1105.0606

  5. A.Ross et al.,
    Ameliorating systematic uncertainties in the angular clustering of galaxies: a study using BOSS,
    MNRAS 417(2011)1350, arxiv:1105.2320

  6. S.Ho et al.,
    Clustering of Sloan Digital Sky Survey III Photometric luminous galaxies: the measurement, systematics and cosmological implications
    ApJ 761(2012)14, arxiv:1201.2137

  7. H.Seo et al.,
    Acoustic scale from the angular power spectra of SDSS III DR8 photometric luminous galaxies
    ApJ 761(2012)13, arxiv:1201.2172

  8. Putter et al.,
    New neutrino mass bounds from Sloan Digital Sky Survey III Data Release 8 photometric luminous galaxies
    ApJ 761(2012)12, arxiv:1201.1909

  9. M.White et al.,
    The clustering of intermediate redshift quasars as measured by the Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey
    MNRAS 424(2012)933, arxiv:1203.5306

  10. L.Anderson et al.,
    The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Baryon Acoustic Oscillations in the Data Release 9 spectroscopic galaxy sample
    MNRAS 427(2012)3435, arxiv:1203.6594

  11. A.Ross et al.,
    The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Analysis of potential systematics
    MNRAS 424(2012)564, arxiv:1203.6499

  12. B.Reid et al.,
    The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Measurements of the growth of structure and expansion rate at z=0.57 from anisotropic clustering
    MNRAS 426(2012)2719, arxiv:1203.6641

  13. M.Manera et al.,
    The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: A large sample of mock galaxy catalogs
    MNRAS 428(2013)1036, arxiv:1203.6609

  14. A.Sanchez et al.,
    The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Cosmological implications of the CMASS large-scale two-point correlation function
    MNRAS 425(2012)415, arxiv:1203.6616

  15. J.Parejko et al.,
    The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: the low redshift sample
    MNRAS 429(2013)98, arxiv:1211.3976

  16. L.Samushia et al.,
    The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: testing deviations from Lambda and general relativity using anisotropic clustering of galaxies
    MNRAS 429(2013)1514, arxiv:1206.5309

  17. SDSS-III collaboration,
    The Ninth Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey: First Spectroscopic Data from the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey,
    ApJS 203(2012)21, arxiv:1207.7137

  18. K.Dawson et al.,
    The Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey of SDSS-III,
    AJ 145(2013)10, arxiv:1208.0022

  19. N.Palanque-Delabrouille, et al.,
    Luminosity function from dedicated SDSS-III and MMT data of quasars in 0.7<z<4.0 selected with a new approach,
    A&A 551(2013)29, arxiv:1209.3968

  20. A.Font-Ribera, et al.,
    The large-scale cross-correlation of DLA systems with the LyA forest: first measurements from BOSS,
    JCAP 11(2012)059, arxiv:1209.4596

  21. N.Ross, et al.,
    The SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: The quasar luminosity function from data release nine,
    ApJ 773(2013)14, arxiv:1210.6389

  22. I.Paris, et al.,
    The Sloan Digital Sky Survey quasar catalog: ninth data release,
    A&A 548(2012)66, arxiv:1210.5166

  23. N.Busca, et al.,
    Baryon Acoustic Oscillations in the LyA forest of BOSS quasars,
    A&A 552(2013)96, arxiv:1211.2616

  24. H.Guo, et al.,
    The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: luminosity and color dependence and redshift evolution,
    ApJ 767(2013)122, arxiv:1212.1211

  25. I.McGreer, et al.,
    The z=5 quasar luminosity function from SDSS stripe 82,
    ApJ 768(2013)105, arxiv:1212.4493

  26. Y.Shen, et al.,
    Cross-correlation of SDSS DR7 quasars and DR10 BOSS galaxies: the weak luminosity dependence of quasar clustering at z~0.5,
    to ApJ 778(2013)98, arxiv:1212.4526

  27. A.Font, et al.,
    The large-scale quasar-LyAF cross-correlation from BOSS,
    JCAP 05(2013)018, arxiv:1303.1937

  28. L.Anderson, et al.,
    The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Baryon Acoustic Oscillations in the Data Release 10 and 11 Galaxy Samples,
    MNRAS 441(2014)24, arxiv:1312.4877

  29. L.Samushia, et al.,
    The Clustering of Galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Measuring growth rate and geometry with anisotropic clustering,
    MNRAS 439(2014)3504, arxiv:1312.4899

  30. A.Sanchez, et al.,
    The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: cosmological implications of the full shape of the clustering wedges in the data release 10 and 11 galaxy samples,
    MNRAS 440(2014)2692, arxiv:1312.4854

  31. R.Tojeiro, et al.,
    The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: galaxy clustering measurements in the low-redshift sample of Data Release 11,
    MNRAS 440(2014)2222, arxiv:1401.1768

  32. H.Guo, et al.,
    Velocity bias from the small scale clustering of SDSS-III BOSS galaxies,
    MNRAS 446(2015)578, arxiv:1407.4811

  33. M.White, et al.,
    Tests of redshift-space distortions models in configuration space for the analysis of the BOSS final data release,
    MNRAS 447(2015)234, arxiv:1408.5435

  34. S.Eftekharzadeh, et al.
    Clustering of intermediate redshift quasars using the final SDSS-III BOSS sample
    MNRAS 453(2015)2779, arxiv:1507.08380

  35. Alam et al.
    The Eleventh and Twelfth Data Releases of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey: Final Data from SDSS-III
    ApJS 219(2015)12, arxiv:1501.00963

  36. S.Saito et al.
    Connecting massive galaxies to dark matter halos in BOSS I: is galaxy color a stochastic process in high mass halos?
    MNRAS 460(2016)1457, arxiv:1509.00482

  37. B.Reid et al.
    SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey Data Release 12: galaxy target selection and large scale structure catalogs
    MNRAS 455(2016)1553, arxiv:1509.06529

  38. K.Dawson et al.
    SDSS-IV extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Overview and early data
    AJ 151(2016)44, arxiv:1508.04473

  39. A.Cuesta et al.
    The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Baryon Acoustic Oscillations in the correlation function of LOWZ and CMASS galaxies in Data Release 12
    MNRAS 457(2016)1770, arxiv:1509.06371

  40. N.Mehrtens, et al.
    The XMM cluster survey: the halo occupation number of BOSS galaxies in X-ray clusters
    MNRAS 463(2016)1929, arxiv:1512.03432

  41. F.Zhu, et al.
    Redshift weights for Baryon Acoustic Oscillations: application to mock galaxy catalogs
    MNRAS 461(2016)2867, arxiv:1604.01050

  42. A.Ross, et al.
    The clustering of galaxies in the completed SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Observational systematics and Baryon Acoustic Oscillations in the correlation function
    MNRAS 464(2017)1168, arxiv:1607.03145

  43. S.Satpathy, et al.
    The clustering of galaxies in the completed SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: on the measurement of growth rate using galaxy correlation functions
    MNRAS 469(2017)1369, arxiv:1607.03148

  44. S.Alam, et al.
    The clustering of galaxies in the completed SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: cosmological analysis of the DR12 galaxy sample
    MNRAS 470(2017)2617, arxiv:1607.03155

  45. P.Laurent, et al.
    Clustering of quasars in SDSS-IV eBOSS: study of potential systematics and bias determination
    JCAP 07(2017)017, arxiv:1705.04718

  46. F.Zhu, et al.
    The clustering of the SDSS-IV extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey DR14 quasar sample: Measuring the anisotropic Baryon Acoustic Oscillations with redshift weights
    MNRAS 480(2018)1096, arxiv:1801.03038

  47. S.Chen, Z.Vlah, M.White
    A new analysis of the BOSS survey, including full-shape information and post-reconstruction BAO
    JCAP 02(2022)008, arxiv:2110.05530

  48. S.Chen, M.White, et al.
    Cosmological analysis of three-dimensional BOSS galaxy clustering and Planck CMB lensing cross-correlations via effective Lagrangian perturbation theory
    JCAP 07(2022)041, arxiv:2204.10392

DESI papers

  1. DESI collaboration
    The DESI experiment I: Science, targeting and survey design,
    submitted to arXiv,

  2. DESI collaboration
    The DESI experiment II: Instrument design,
    submitted to arXiv, arxiv:1611.00037

  3. A.Burden, N.Padmanabhan, R.Cahn, M.White, L.Samushia
    Mitigating the Impact of the DESI Fiber Assignment on Galaxy Clustering
    JCAP 03(2017)001, arxiv:1611.04635

  4. L.Pinol, R.Cahn, N.Hand, U.Seljak, M.White
    Imprint of DESI fiber assignment on the anisotropic power spectrum of emission line galaxies,
    JCAP 04(2017)008, arxiv:1611.05007

  5. E.Kitanidis, M.White, et al.
    Imaging Systematics and Clustering of DESI Main Targets
    MNRAS 496(2020)2262, arxiv:1911.05714

  6. E.Kitanidis, M.White
    Cross-correlation of Planck CMB lensing with DESI-like LRGs
    MNRAS 501(2021)6181, arxiv:2010.04698

  7. M.White, et al.
    Cosmological constraints from the tomographic cross-correlation of DESI Luminous Red Galaxies and Planck CMB lensing
    JCAP 02(2022)007, arxiv:2111.09898

  8. Z.Ding, et al.
    The DESI N-body simulation project II: supressing sample variance with fast simulations
    MNRAS 514(2022)3308, arxiv:2202.06074

  9. J.Moon, et al.
    First detection of the BAO signal from early DESI data
    MNRAS 525(2023)5406, arxiv:2304.08427

  10. DESI collaboration,
    Validation of the scientific program for the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument
    AJ 167(2024)62, arxiv:2306.06307

  11. DESI collaboration,
    The early data release of the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument
    submitted to AJ, arxiv:2306.06308

  12. B.Hadzhiyska, et al.,
    Mitigating the noise of DESI mocks using analytic control variates
    OJAp 6(2023)38 arxiv:2308.12343

  13. R.Zhou, et al.,
    DESI luminous red galaxy samples for cross-correlations
    JCAP 11(2023)097, arxiv:2309.06443

  14. S.Chen, et al.,
    Baryon Acoustic Oscillation theory and modeling systematics for the DESI 2024 results
    submitted to JCAP, arxiv:2402.14070

  15. V.Ruhlmann-Kleider, et al.,
    High redshift LBGs from deep broadband imaging for future spectroscopic surveys
    submitted to JCAP, arxiv:2404.03569

  16. A.Adame, et al.,
    DESI 2024 III: Baryon Acoustic Oscillations from Galaxies and Quasars
    submitted to JCAP, arxiv:2404.03000

  17. A.Adame, et al.,
    DESI 2024 IV: Baryon Acoustic Oscillations from the Lyman Alpha Forest
    submitted to JCAP, arxiv:2404.03001

  18. A.Adame, et al.,
    DESI 2024 VI: Cosmological Constraints from the Measurements of Baryon Acoustic Oscillations
    submitted to JCAP, arxiv:2404.03002

  19. M.Maus, et al.,
    A comparison of effective field theory models of redshift space galaxy power spectra for DESI 2024 and future surveys
    submitted to JCAP, arxiv:2404.07272

  20. M.Maus, et al.,
    An analysis of parameter compression and Full-Modeling techniques with Velocileptors for DESI 2024 and beyond
    submitted to JCAP, arxiv:2404.07312

  21. M.White, et al.,
    The clustering of Lyman Alpha Emitting galaxies at z=2-3
    submitted to JCAP, arxiv:2406.01803

  22. M.Pinon, et al.,
    Mitigation of DESI fiber assignment incompleteness effect on two-point clustering with small angular scale truncated estimators
    submitted to JCAP, arxiv:2406.04804

  23. J.Kim, et al.,
    Structure formation over cosmic time with the cross-correlation of Planck and ACT CMB Lensing with DESI Luminous Red Galaxies
    submitted to JCAP, arxiv:2406.NNNNN

  24. N.Sailer, et al.,
    Cosmological constraints from the cross-correlation of DESI Luminous Red Galaxies with CMB lensing from Planck PR4 and ACT DR6
    submitted to JCAP, arxiv:2406.NNNNN


  1. E.Bunn, D.Scott, M.White,
    The COBE normalization for standard CDM,
    ApJ 441(1995)L9

  2. M.White, G.Gelmini, J.Silk,
    Decaying neutrinos, large scale structure and the Cosmic Microwave Background radiation,
    Phys. Rev. D51(1995)2669, astro-ph/9411098

  3. M.White, E.Bunn,
    The COBE normalization of CMB anisotropies,
    ApJ 450(1995)477 (erratum 460, 1071), astro-ph/9503054

  4. M.White, D.Scott, J.Silk, M.Davis,
    Cold Dark Matter resuscitated?,
    MNRAS 276(1995)L69, astro-ph/9508009.

  5. M.White, D.Scott,
    Why not consider closed universes?,
    ApJ 459(1996)415, astro-ph/9508157.

  6. M.White,
    Cosmic confusion and structure formation
    Phys. Rev. D53(1996)3011, astro-ph/9601158.

  7. A.R.Liddle, D.H.Lyth, P.T.P.Viana, M.White,
    Cold Dark Matter models with a cosmological constant
    MNRAS 282(1996)281, astro-ph/9512102.

  8. M.White, D.Scott,
    The impact of the Cosmic Microwave Background on large scale structure
    Comments on Astrophysics, 18(1996)289, astro-ph/9601170.

  9. M.White, P.T.P.Viana, A.R.Liddle, D.Scott,
    Cold Dark Matter models with high baryon content
    MNRAS 283(1996)107, astro-ph/9605057.

  10. E.Bunn, M.White,
    The four-year COBE normalization and large-scale structure
    ApJ 480(1997)6, astro-ph/9607060.

  11. M.White, J.Silk,
    Observational constraints on open inflation models
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 77(1996)4704, (erratum 78, 3799), astro-ph/9608177.

  12. M.Turner, M.White,
    CDM models with a smooth component
    Phys. Rev. D56(1997)4439, astro-ph/9701138.

  13. M.White
    Complementary measures of the mass density and cosmological constant
    ApJ 506(1998)495, astro-ph/9802295.

  14. M.White
    Higher order moments of the density field in a parameterized sequence of non-gaussian theories
    MNRAS 310(1999)511, astro-ph/9811227.

  15. A.Meiksin, M.White
    The growth of correlations in the matter power spectrum
    MNRAS 308(1999)1179, astro-ph/9812129.

  16. S.Perlmutter, M.Turner, M.White
    Constraining dark energy with SN-Ia and large-scale structure
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 83(1999)670, astro-ph/9901052.

  17. M.White, R.Croft
    Suppressing linear power on dwarf galaxy halo scales
    ApJ 539(2000)497, astro-ph/0001247.

  18. C.Kochanek, M.White
    A quantitative study of interacting dark matter in halos
    ApJ 543(2000)514, astro-ph/0003483.

  19. M.White
    The redshift space power spectrum in the halo model
    MNRAS 321(2001)1, astro-ph/0005085.

  20. C.Kochanek, M.White
    Global probes of the impact of baryons on dark matter halos
    ApJ 559(2001)531, astro-ph/0102334.

  21. D.Scott, M.White, J.Cohn, E.Pierpaoli
    Cosmological difficulties with Modified Newtonian Dynamics
    preprint at astro-ph/0104435.

  22. M.White
    The mass function
    ApJS 143(2002)241, astro-ph/0207185.

  23. C.Conroy, A.Coil, M.White et al.
    The DEEP2 galaxy redshift survey: the evolution of void statistics from z~1 to z~0
    ApJ 635(2005)990, astro-ph/0508250.

  24. E.Linder, M.White
    Going non-linear with dark energy cosmologies
    Phys. Rev. D72(2005)061304, astro-ph/0508401.

  25. N.Padmanabhan, M.White, D.Eisenstein
    A robust estimator of the small-scale galaxy correlation function
    MNRAS 376(2007)1702, astro-ph/0612103.

  26. K.Heitmann, Z.Lukic, P.Fasel, S.Habib, M.Warren, M.White, J.Ahrens, L.Ankeny, R.Armstrong, B.O'Shea, P.Ricker, V.Springel, J.Stadel, H.Trac
    The cosmic code comparison project
    Computational science and discovery 1(2008)015003, arxiv:0706.1270.

  27. N.Dalal, M.White, J.Bond, A.Shirokov,
    Halo assembly bias in hierarchical structure formation
    ApJ 687(2008)12, arxiv:0803.3453.

  28. W.Percival, M.White,
    Testing cosmological structure formation using redshift-space distortions
    MNRAS 393(2009)297, arxiv:0808.0003.

  29. M.White, Y.Song, W.Percival,
    Forecasting cosmological constraints from redshift surveys
    MNRAS 397(2009)1348, arxiv:0810.1518.

  30. J.Carlson, M.White, N.Padmanabhan,
    A critical look at current perturbation theory techniques
    Phys. Rev. D80(2009)043531, arxiv:0905.0479.

  31. J.Carlson, M.White,
    Embedding realistic surveys in simulations through volume remapping
    ApJS 190(2010)311, arxiv:1003.3178.

  32. S.Bhattacharya, K.Heitmann, M.White, Z.Lukic, C.Wagner, S.Habib,
    Mass function predictions beyond LCDM
    ApJ 732(2011)122, arxiv:1005.2239.

  33. B.Reid, M.White,
    Towards an accurate model of the redshift space clustering of halos in the quasilinear regime
    MNRAS 417(2011)1913, arxiv:1105.4165.

  34. J.Carlson, B.Reid, M.White,
    Convolution Lagrangian perturbation theory for biased tracers
    MNRAS 429(2013)1674, arxiv:1209.0780.

  35. M.McQuinn, M.White,
    On using angular cross-correlations to determine source redshift distributions
    MNRAS 433(2013)2857, arxiv:1302.0857.

  36. L.Wang, B.Reid, M.White,
    An analytic model for redshift-space distortions
    MNRAS 437(2014)588, arxiv:1306.1804.

  37. M.White, J.Tinker, C.McBride
    Mock galaxy catalogs using the quick particle mesh method
    MNRAS 437(2014)2594, arxiv:1309.5532.

  38. M.White
    The Zeldovich approximation
    MNRAS 439(2014)3630, arxiv:1401.5466.

  39. P.Serra, G.Lagache, O.Dore, A.Pullen, M.White
    Cross-correlation of Cosmic Infrared Background anisotropies with large scale structures
    A&A 570(2014)98, arxiv:1404.1933.

  40. B.Reid, H.Seo, A.Leauthaud, J.Tinker, M.White
    A 2.5% measurement of the growth rate from small-scale redshift space clustering of SDSS-III CMASS galaxies
    MNRAS 444(2014)476, arxiv:1404.3742.

  41. M.McQuinn, M.White
    Cosmological perturbation theory in 1+1 dimensions
    JCAP 01(2016)043, arxiv:1502.07389.

  42. Z.Vlah, M.White, A.Aviles
    A Lagrangian effective field theory
    JCAP 09(2015)014, arxiv:1506.05264.

  43. N.Padmanabhan, M.White, H.Zhou, R.OConnell
    Estimating sparse precision matrices
    MNRAS 460(2016)1567, arxiv:1512.01241.

  44. Z.Vlah, E.Castorina, M.White
    The Gaussian streaming model and Lagrangian effective field theory
    JCAP 12(2016)007, arxiv:1609.02908.

  45. M.White
    A marked correlation function for constraining modified gravity models
    JCAP 11(2016)057, arxiv:1609.08632.

  46. M.vanDaalen, M.White
    A cross-correlation-based estimate of the galaxy luminosity function
    MNRAS 476(2018)4649, arxiv:1703.05326.

  47. M.White, N.Padmanabhan
    Matched filtering with interferometric 21cm experiments
    MNRAS 471(2017)1167, arxiv:1705.09669.

  48. E.Castorina, M.White
    Beyond the plane-parallel approximation for redshift surveys
    MNRAS 476(2018)4403, arxiv:1709.09730.

  49. E.Castorina, M.White
    The Zeldovich approximation and wide-angle redshift-space distortions
    MNRAS 479(2018)741, arxiv:1803.08185.

  50. S.Chen, E.Castorina, M.White, A.Slosar
    Synergies between radio, optical and microwave observations at high redshift
    JCAP 07(2019)023,, arxiv:1810.00911.

  51. Z.Vlah, M.White
    Exploring redshift-space distortions in large-scale structure
    JCAP 03(2019)007, arxiv:1812.02775.

  52. E.Castorina, M.White
    Measuring the growth of structure with intensity mapping surveys
    JCAP 06(2019)025, arxiv:1902.07147.

  53. S.Chen, E.Castorina, M.White
    Biased Tracers of Two Fluids in the Lagrangian Picture
    JCAP 06(2019)006,, arxiv:1903.00437.

  54. C.Modi, E.Castorina, Y.Feng, M.White
    Intensity mapping with neutral hydrogen and the Hidden Valley simulations
    JCAP 09(2019)024, arxiv:1904.11923.

  55. C.Modi, M.White, A.Slosar, E.Castorina
    Reconstructing large-scale structure with neutral hydrogen surveys
    JCAP 11(2019)023, arxiv:1907.02330.

  56. D.Korytov, et al.
    CosmoDC2: A synthetic sky catalog for dark energy science with LSST
    ApJS 245(2019)26, arxiv:1907.06530.

  57. H.Zhu, M.White, S.Ferraro, E.Schaan
    Reconstruction with velocities
    MNRAS 494(2020)4244, arxiv:1910.02318.

  58. C.Modi, S.Chen, M.White
    Simulations and symmetries
    MNRAS 492(2020)5754, arxiv:1910.07097.

  59. E.Castorina, M.White
    Wide angle effects for peculiar velocities
    MNRAS 499(2020)893, arxiv:1911.08353.

  60. S.Chen, Z.Vlah, M.White
    Consistent modeling of velocity statistics and redshift-space distortions in one-loop perturbation theory
    JCAP 07(2020)062, arxiv:2005.00523.

  61. S.Chen, Z.Vlah, M.White
    Modeling features in the redshift-space halo power spectrum with perturbation theory
    JCAP 11(2020)035, arxiv:2007.00704.

  62. P.Bull, M.White, A.Slosar
    Searching for dark energy in the matter-dominated era
    MNRAS 505(2021)2285, arxiv:2007.02865.

  63. S.Chen, Z.Vlah, E.Castorina, M.White
    Redshift-space distortions in Lagrangian perturbation theory
    JCAP 03(2021)100, arxiv:2012.04636.

  64. N.Kokron, J.DeRose, S.Chen, M.White, R.Wechsler
    The cosmology dependence of galaxy clustering and lensing from a hybrid N-body--perturbation theory model
    MNRAS 505(2021)1422, arxiv:2101.11014.

  65. C.Modi, M.White, E.Castorina, A.Slosar
    Mind the gap: the power of combining photometric surveys with intensity mapping
    JCAP 10(2021)056, arxiv:2102.08116.

  66. E.Schaan, M.White
    Multi-tracer intensity mapping: cross-correlations, line noise and decorrelation
    JCAP 05(2021)068, arxiv:2103.01964.

  67. E.Schaan, M.White
    Astrophysics and cosmology from line intensity mapping vs. galaxy surveys
    JCAP 05(2021)067, arxiv:2103.01971.

  68. N.Sailer, E.Castorina, S.Ferraro, M.White
    Cosmology at high redshift - a probe of fundamental physics
    JCAP 12(2021)049, arxiv:2106.09713.

  69. N.Kokron, J.DeRose, S.Chen, M.White, R.Wechsler
    Priors on red galaxy stochasticity from hybrid effective field theory
    MNRAS 514(2022)2198, arxiv:2112.00012.

  70. J.DeRose, S.Chen, M.White, N.Kokron
    Neural network acceleration of large-scale structure theory calculations
    JCAP 04(2022)056,, arxiv:2112.05889.

  71. S.Chen, M.White, J.DeRose, N.Kokron
    Cosmological Analysis of Three-Dimensional BOSS Galaxy Clustering and Planck CMB Lensing Cross Correlations via Lagrangian Perturbation Theory
    JCAP 07(2022)041, arxiv:2204.10392.

  72. N.Sailer, S.Chen, M.White
    Optical depth to reionization from perturbative 21cm clustering
    JCAP 10(2022)007, arxiv:2205.11504.

  73. N.Kokron, S.Chen, M.White, J.DeRose, M.Maus
    Accurate predictions from small boxes: variance suppression via the Zeldovich approximation
    JCAP 09(2022)059, arxiv:2205.15327.

  74. J.DeRose, S.Chen, N.Kokron, M.White
    Precision redshift-space galaxy power spectra using Zeldovich Control Variates
    JCAP 02(2023)008, arxiv:2210.14239.

  75. M.Maus, S.Chen, M.White
    A comparison of template vs. direct model fitting for redshift-space distortions in BOSS
    JCAP 06(2023)005, arxiv:2302.07430.

  76. J.DeRose, et al.
    Aemulus nu: Precise predictions for matter and biased tracer power spectra in the presence of neutrinos
    JCAP 07(2023)054, arxiv:2303.09762.

  77. A.Lizancos, M.White
    The impact of anisotropic redshift distributions on angular clustering
    JCAP 07(2023)044, arxiv:2305.15406.

  78. A.Lizancos, M.White
    Harmonic analysis of discrete tracers of large-scale structure
    JCAP 05(2024)010, arxiv:2312.12285.

  79. H.Ebina, M.White
    Cosmology before noon with multiple galaxy populations
    JCAP 06(2024)052, arxiv:2401.13166.

  80. S.Chen, Z.Vlah, M.White
    The bispectrum in Lagrangian perturbation theory
    submitted to JCAP, arxiv:2406.00103.

  81. D.Baradaran, B.Hadzhiyska, M.White, N.Sailer
    Predicting the 21 cm field with a Hybrid Effective Field Theory approach
    submitted to Phys. Rev. D arxiv:2406.13079.

Galaxy formation and quasars (non-BOSS)

  1. M.White, L.Hernquist, V.Springel
    The halo model and numerical simulations
    ApJ 550(2001)L129,

  2. R.Yan, D.Madgwick, M.White
    Constraining evolution in the halo model using galaxy redshift surveys
    ApJ 598(2003)848, astro-ph/0307248.

  3. R.Yan, M.White, A.Coil
    Mock catalogs for the DEEP2 redshift survey
    ApJ 607(2004)739, astro-ph/0311230.

  4. M.White, Z.Zheng, M.Brown, A.Dey, B.Jannuzi
    Evidence for merging or disruption of red galaxies from the evolution of their clustering
    ApJ 655(2007)L69, astro-ph/0611901.

  5. C.Conroy, S.Ho, M.White
    Constraints on the merging timescale of luminous red galaxies, Or, Where do all the halos go?
    MNRAS 379(2007)1491, arxiv:0706.0520.

  6. J.Cohn, M.White
    Dark matter halo abundances, clustering and assembly histories at high redshift
    MNRAS 385(2008)2025, arxiv:0706.0208.

  7. M.White, P.Martini, J.Cohn
    Constraints on the correlation between QSO luminosity and host halo mass from high-redshift quasar clustering
    MNRAS 390(2008)1179, arxiv:0711.4109.

  8. M.Brown, Z.Zheng, M.White, A.Dey, B.Jannuzi, A.Benson, K.Brand, M.Brodwin, D.Croton
    Red galaxy growth and the halo occupation distribution
    ApJ 682(2008)937, arxiv:0804.2293.

  9. N.Padmanabhan, M.White, P.Norberg, C.Porciani,
    The real-space clustering of luminous red galaxies around z< 0.6 quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
    MNRAS 397(2009)1862, arxiv:0802.2105.

  10. C.Conroy, J.Gunn, M.White,
    The propagation of uncertainties in stellar population synthesis modeling I: The relevance of uncertain apsects of stellar evolution and the IMF to the derived physical properties of galaxies
    ApJ 699(2009)486, arxiv:0809.4261.

  11. A.Wetzel, J.Cohn, M.White
    Simulating subhalos at high redshift: galaxy merger rates, counts and types
    MNRAS 395(2009)1376, arxiv:0810.2537.

  12. A.Wetzel, J.Cohn, M.White
    The clustering and host halos of galaxy mergers at high redshift
    MNRAS 394(2009)2182, arxiv:0810.3650.

  13. M.White, N.Padmanabhan
    Breaking halo occupation degeneracies with marked statistics
    MNRAS 395(2009)2381, arxiv:0812.4288.

  14. A.Myers, M.White, N.Ball
    Incorporating photometric redshift probability density information into real-space clustering measurements
    MNRAS 399(2009)2279, arxiv:0903.3121.

  15. C.Conroy, M.White, J.Gunn,
    The propagation of uncertainties in stellar population synthesis modeling II: The challenge of comparing galaxy evolution models to observations
    ApJ 708(2010)58, arxiv:0904.0002.

  16. A.Wetzel, M.White,
    What determines satellite galaxy disruption?
    MNRAS 403(2010)1072, arxiv:0907.0702.

  17. C.Conroy, M.White,
    A simple model for quasar demographics
    ApJ 762(2013)70, arxiv:1208.3198.

  18. J.Cohn, M.White,
    Using large galaxy surveys to distinguish z~0.5 quiescent galaxy models
    MNRAS 440(2014)1712, arxiv:1311.0850.

  19. M.Veale, M.White, C.Conroy
    Comparing simple quasar demographics models
    MNRAS 445(2014)1144 arxiv:1409.2832.

  20. C.Chue, N.Dalal, M.White
    Some assembly required: assembly bias in massive dark matter halos
    JCAP 10(2018)012 arxiv:1804.04055.

  21. J.Ravi, et al.
    Examining Lyman-alpha Emitters through MillenniumTNG in anticipation of DESI-II
    submitted to Phys. Rev. D arxiv:2403.02414.

Clusters of galaxies

  1. C.Metzler, M.White, M.Norman, C.Loken
    Weak gravitational lensing and cluster mass estimates
      ApJ 520(1999)L9,

  2. C.Metzler, M.White, C.Loken
    The effect of the cosmic web on cluster weak lensing mass estimates
    ApJ 547(2001)560, astro-ph/0005442.

  3. V.Springel, M.White, L.Hernquist
    Hydrodynamic simulations of the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect(s)
    ApJ 549(2001)681, astro-ph/0008133.

  4. J.Cohn,J.Bagla,M.White
    A comparison of simulated and analytic major merger counts
    MNRAS 325(2001)1053, astro-ph/0009381.

  5. E.Pierpaoli,D.Scott,M.White
    Power spectrum normalization from the local abundance of rich clusters of galaxies
    MNRAS 325(2001)77, astro-ph/0010039.

  6. M.White
    The mass of a halo
    A&A 367(2001)27, astro-ph/0011495.

  7. M.White, C.Kochanek
    Completeness in photometric and spectroscopic searches for clusters
    ApJ 574(2002)24, astro-ph/0110307.

  8. M.White, L.vanWaerbeke, J.Mackey
    Completeness in weak lensing searches for clusters
    ApJ 575(2002)640, astro-ph/0111490.

  9. E.Levine, A.Schulz, M.White
    Future galaxy cluster surveys: the effect of theory uncertainty on constraining cosmological parameters
    ApJ 577(2002)569, astro-ph/0204273.

  10. M.White, L.Hernquist, V.Springel
    Simulating the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect(s): including radiative cooling and energy injection by galactic winds
    ApJ 579(2002)16, astro-ph/0205437.

  11. C.Kochanek, M.White, J.Huchra, L.Macri, T.H.Jarrett, S.E. Schneider, J.Mader
    Clusters of galaxies in the local universe
    ApJ 585(2003)161, astro-ph/0208168.

  12. E.Pierpaoli, S.Borgani, D.Scott, M.White
    On determining the cluster abundance normalization
    MNRAS 342(2003)163, astro-ph/0210567.

  13. A.Schulz, M.White
    Surveys of galaxy clusters with the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect
    ApJ 586(2003)723, astro-ph/0210667.

  14. M.White
    Studying clusters with Planck
    ApJ 597(2003)650, astro-ph/0302371.

  15. S.Ho, M.White
    Cluster arc statistics
    Astroparticle Physics 24(2005)257, astro-ph/0408245.

  16. Putter, M.White
    Using weak lensing to find halo masses
    NewA 10(2005)676, astro-ph/0412497.

  17. C.Vale, M.White
    Finding clusters in SZ surveys
    NewA 11(2006)207, astro-ph/0501132.

  18. J.Cohn, M.White
    The formation histories of galaxy clusters
    Astroparticle Physics 24(2005)316, astro-ph/0506213.

  19. A.Schulz, J.Hennawi, M.White
    Characterizing the shapes of galaxy clusters using moments of the gravitational lensing shear
    Astroparticle Physics 24(2005)409, astro-ph/0508118.

  20. A.Wetzel, J.Cohn, M.White, D.Holz, M.Warren
    The clustering of massive halos
    ApJ 656(2007)139, astro-ph/0606699.

  21. A.Evrard, J.Bialek, M.Busha, M.White, S.Habib, K.Heitmann, M.Warren, E.Raisa, B.Tormen, L.Moscardini, C.Power, A.Jenkins, L.Gao, C.Frenk, V.Springel, S.White, J.Diemand
    Virial scaling of massive dark matter halos: why clusters prefer a high normalization cosmology
    ApJ 672(2008)122, astro-ph/0702241.

  22. J.Cohn, A.Evrard, M.White, D.Croton, E.Ellingson
    Red sequence cluster finding in the Millennium simulation
    MNRAS 382(2007)1738, arxiv:0706.0211.

  23. J.Cohn, M.White
    Issues in joint SZ and optical cluster finding
    MNRAS 393(2009)393, arxiv:0809.0308.

  24. M.White, J.Cohn, R.Smit
    Galaxy cluster dynamics and the effects of large-scale environment
    MNRAS 408(2010)1818, arxiv:1005.3022.

Lyman alpha forest

  1. A.Meiksin, M.White
    Particle-Mesh simulations of the Lyman-alpha forest
    MNRAS 324(2001)141, astro-ph/0008214.

  2. R.Croft, L.Hernquist, V.Springel, M.Westover,M.White
    High redshift galaxies and the Ly-a forest in a CDM universe
    ApJ 580(2002)634, astro-ph/0204460.

  3. A.Meiksin, M.White
    Constraints on the UV metagalactic emissivity using the Ly-a forest
    MNRAS 342(2003)1205, astro-ph/0303302.

  4. A.Meiksin, M.White
    The effects of UV background correlations on LyA forest flux statistics
    MNRAS 350(2004)1107, astro-ph/0307289.

  5. T.Fang, M.White
    Probing the statistics of the temperature-density relation of the IGM
    ApJ 606(2004)L9, astro-ph/0312280.

  6. J.Bolton, A.Meiksin, M.White
    Radiative transfer through the intergalactic medium
    MNRAS 348(2004)L43, astro-ph/0312524.

  7. M.McQuinn, M.White
    On Estimating LyA Forest Correlations between Multiple Sightlines
    MNRAS 415(2011)2257, arxiv:1102.1752.

  8. A.Rorai, J.Hennawi, M.White
    A new method to directly measure the Jeans scale of the Intergalactic Medium using close quasar pairs
    ApJ 775(2013)81, arxiv:1305.0210.

  9. K.Lee, J.Hennawi, M.White, R.Croft, M.Ozbek
    Observational requirements for LyA forest tomographic mapping of large-scale structure at z~2
    ApJ 788(2014)49, arxiv:1309.1477.

  10. Z.Lukic, C.Stark, P.Nugent, M.White, A.Meiksin, A.Almgren
    The Lyman alpha forest in optically-thin hydrodynamical simulations
    MNRAS 446(2015)3697, arxiv:1406.6361.

  11. K.Lee, J.Hennawi, C.Stark, J.Prochaska, M.White, D.Schlegel, A.Eilers, A.Arino-I-Prats
    Lya forest tomography from background galaxies: The first Megaparsec-resolution large-scale structure map at z > 2,
    ApJ 795(2014)L12, arxiv:1409.5632.

  12. C.Stark, M.White, KG.Lee, J.Hennawi,
    Protocluster discovery in tomographic Lya forest flux maps
    MNRAS 453(2015)311, arxiv:1412.1507.

  13. C.Stark, A.Font-Ribera, M.White, KG.Lee,
    Finding high redshift voids using Lya forest tomography
    MNRAS 453(2015)4311, arxiv:1504.03290.

  14. K.Lee, J.Hennawi, M.White, et al.,
    Shadow of a Colossus: A z=2.45 Galaxy Protocluster Detected in 3D Ly-a Forest Tomographic Mapping of the COSMOS Field
    ApJ 817(2016)160, arxiv:1509.02833.

  15. K.Lee, M.White,
    Revealing the z=2.5 cosmic web with 3D Lya forest tomography: a deformation tensor approach
    ApJ 831(2016)181, arxiv:1603.04441.

  16. M.Schmittfull, M.White,
    Improving photometric redshifts with Lya tomography
    MNRAS 463(2016)332, arxiv:1606.03399.

  17. A.Krolewski, K.Lee, Z.Lukic, M.White
    Measuring alignments between galaxies and the cosmic web at z~2-3 using IGM tomography
    ApJ 837(2017)31, arxiv:1612.00067.

  18. A.Rorai, et al.
    Measurement of the small-scale structure of the intergalactic medium using close quasar pairs
    Science 356(2017)418, arxiv:1704.08366.

  19. A.Krolewski, et al.
    A Detection of z~2.3 Cosmic Voids from 3D LyA Forest Tomography in the COSMOS Field
    ApJ 861(2018)60, arxiv:1710.02612.

  20. K.Lee, et al.
    First data release of the COSMOS LyA Mapping and Tomography Observations: 3D LyA forest tomography at 2.05<z<2.55
    ApJS 237(2018)31, arxiv:1710.02894.

  21. T.Schmidt, et al.
    Mapping quasar light echos in 3D with LyA forest tomography
    ApJ 882(2019)165, arxiv:1810.05156.

  22. B.Horowitz, KG.Lee, M.White, A.Krolewski, M.Ata
    TARDIS Paper I: A Constrained Reconstruction Approach to Modeling the z~2.5 Cosmic Web Probed by Lyman-alpha Forest Tomography
    ApJ 887(2019)61, arxiv:1903.09049.

  23. S.Chen, Z.Vlah, M.White
    The LyA forest flux correlation function: a perturbation theory perspective
    JCAP 05(2021)053, arxiv:2103.13498.

  24. B.Horowitz, et al.
    Second data release of the COSMOS LyA Mapping and Tomography Observations: the first 3D maps of the large-scale cosmic web at 2.05<z<2.55
    ApJS 263(2022)27, arxiv:2109.09660.

Baryon acoustic oscillations

  1. A.Meiksin, M.White, J.Peacock
    Baryonic signatures in large-scale structure
    MNRAS 304(1999)851, astro-ph/9812214.

  2. D.Eisenstein, M.White
    Theoretical uncertainty in baryon oscillations
    Phys. Rev. D70(2004)103523, astro-ph/0407539.

  3. M.White
    Baryon oscillations
    Astroparticle Physics 24(2005)334, astro-ph/0507307.

  4. A.Schulz, M.White
    Scale dependent bias and the halo model
    Astroparticle Physics 25(2006)172, astro-ph/0510100.

  5. D.Eisenstein, H.-J. Seo, M.White
    On the robustness of the acoustic scale in the low-redshift clustering of matter
    ApJ 664(2007)660, astro-ph/0604361.

  6. E.Huff, A.Schulz, M.White, D.Schlegel, M.Warren
    Simulations of baryon oscillations
    Astroparticle Physics 26(2007)351, astro-ph/0607061.

  7. N.Padmanabhan, M.White
    Constraining anisotropic baryon oscillations
    Phys. Rev. D77(2008)123540, arxiv:0804.0799.

  8. H.-J.Seo, E.Siegal, D.Eisenstein, M.White
    Non-linear structure formation and the acoustic scale
    ApJ 686(2008)13, arxiv:0805.0117.

  9. N.Padmanabhan, M.White, J.Cohn
    Reconstructing baryon oscillations: A Lagrangian theory perspective
    Phys. Rev. D79(2009)063523, arxiv:0812.2905.

  10. N.Padmanabhan, M.White
    Calibrating the baryon oscillation ruler for matter and halos
    Phys. Rev. D80(2009)063508, arxiv:0906.1198.

  11. A.Slosar, S.Ho, M.White, T.Louis
    The acoustic peak in the Lyman alpha forest
    JCAP 10(2009)019, arxiv:0906.2414.

  12. Y.Noh, M.White, N.Padmanabhan
    Reconstructing baryon oscillations
    Phys. Rev. D80(2009)123501, arxiv:0909.1802.

  13. H.Seo, J.Eckel, D.Eisenstein, K.Mehta, M.Metchnik, N.Padmanabhan, P.Pinto, R.Takahashi, M.White, X.Xu
    High-precision predictions for the acoustic scale in the non-linear regime
    ApJ 720(2010)1650, arxiv:0910.5005.

  14. M.White, A.Pope, J.Carlson, K.Heitmann, S.Habib, P.Fasel, D.Daniel, Z.Lukic
    Particle mesh simulations of the Lyman-alpha forest and the signature of baryon acoustic oscillations in the intergalactic medium
    ApJ 713(2010)383, arxiv:0911.5341.

  15. X.Xu, M.White, N.Padmanabhan, D.Eisenstein, J.Eckel, K.Mehta, M.Metchnik, P.Pinto, H.Seo
    A new statistic for analyzing baryon acoustic oscillations
    ApJ 718(2010)1224, arxiv:1001.2324.

  16. F.Zhu, N.Padmanabhan, M.White,
    Optimal redshift weighting for baryon acoustic oscillations
    MNRAS 451(2015)236, arxiv:1411.1424.

  17. M.White,
    Reconstruction within the Zeldovich approximation
    MNRAS 450(2015)3822, arxiv:1504.03677.

  18. M.White, N.Padmanabhan
    Including parameter dependence in the data and covariance for cosmological inference
    JCAP 12(2015)058, arxiv:1508.00566.

  19. J.Cohn, M.White, T-C.Chang, G.Holder, N.Padmanabhan, O.Dore
    Combining galaxy and 21cm surveys
    MNRAS 457(2016)2068, arxiv:1511.07377.

  20. B.Sherwin, M.White
    The impact of wrong assumptions in BAO reconstruction
    JCAP 02(2019)027, arxiv:1808.04384.

  21. S.Chen, Z.Vlah, M.White
    The reconstructed power spectrum in the Zeldovich approximation
    JCAP 09(2019)017, arxiv:1907.00043.

Gravitational lensing

  1. M.White, W.Hu
    A new algorithm for computing statics of weak lensing by large-scale structure
    ApJ 537(2000)1,

  2. W.Hu,M.White
    Power spectra estimation for weak lensing
    ApJ 554(2001)67, astro-ph/0010352.

  3. M.White, C.Kochanek
    Constraints on the long-range properties of gravity from weak gravitational lensing
    ApJ 560(2001)539, astro-ph/0105227.

  4. J.Mackey, M.White, M.Kamionkowski
    Theoretical estimates of intrinsic galaxy aligment
    MNRAS 332(2002)788, astro-ph/0106364.

  5. M.White, L.Hernquist, V.Springel
    The distribution of mass around galaxies
    preprint at astro-ph/0107023.

  6. D.Huterer, M.White
    Weak lensing as a calibrator of the cluster mass-temperature relation
    ApJ 578(2002)L95, astro-ph/0206292.

  7. C.Vale, M.White
    Simulating weak lensing by large-scale structure
    ApJ 592(2003)699, astro-ph/0303555.

  8. M.Takada, M.White
    Tomography of lensing cross power spectra
    ApJ 601(2004)L1, astro-ph/0311104.

  9. M.White, C.Vale
    Simulations of weak gravitational lensing
    Astroparticle Physics 22(2004)19, astro-ph/0312133.

  10. S.Ho, M.White
    Halo asphericity and the shear 3-pt function
    ApJ 607(2004)40, astro-ph/0312253.

  11. C.Vale, A.Amblard, M.White
    Cluster lensing of the CMB
    NewA 10(2004)1, astro-ph/0402004.

  12. A.Amblard, C.Vale, M.White
    Weak lensing of the CMB by large-scale structure
    NewA 9(2004)687, astro-ph/0403075.

  13. C.Vale, H.Hoekstra, L.vanWaerbeke, M.White
    Large scale systematic signals in weak lensing surveys
    ApJ 613(2004)L1, astro-ph/0405268.

  14. M.White
    Baryons and weak lensing power spectra
    Astroparticle Physics 22(2004)211, astro-ph/0405593.

  15. D.Huterer, M.White
    Nulling tomography with weak gravitational lensing
    Phys. Rev. D72(2005)043002, astro-ph/0501451.

  16. M.White
    Reducing the shear
    Astroparticle Physics 23(2005)349, astro-ph/0502003.

  17. S.Dodelson, C.Shapiro, M.White
    Reduced shear power spectrum
    Phys. Rev. D73(2006)023009, astro-ph/0508296.

  18. L.vanWaerbeke, M.White, H.Hoekstra, C.Heymans
    Redshift and shear calibration: impact on cosmic shear studies and survey design
    Astroparticle Physics 26(2006)91, astro-ph/0603696.

  19. C.Heymans, M.White, A.Heavens, C.Vale, L.vanWaerbeke
    Potential sources of contamination to weak lensing measurements: constraints from N-body simulations
    MNRAS 371(2006)750, astro-ph/0604001.

  20. E.Semboloni, L.vanWaerbeke, C.Heymans, T.Hamana, S.Colombi, M.White, Y.Mellier
    Cosmic variance of weak lensing surveys in the non-linear regime
    MNRAS 375(2007)6, astro-ph/0606648.

  21. M.Ferry, J.Rhodes, R.Massey, M.White, D.Coe, B.Mobasher
    Color, 3-dimensional image simulations with shapelets
    Astroparticle Physics 30(2008)65, arxiv:0807.0475.

  22. A.Slosar, M.White,
    Alignment of galaxy spins in the vicinity of voids
    JCAP 06(2009)009, arxiv:0811.3216.

  23. K.Heitmann, M.White, C.Wagner, S.Habib, D.Higdon,
    The Coyote Universe I: Precision determination of the non-linear matter power spectrum
    ApJ 715(2010)104, arxiv:0812.1052.

  24. K.Heitmann, D.Higdon, M.White, S.Habib, B.Williams, C.Wagner,
    The Coyote Universe II: Cosmological models and precision emulation of the non-linear matter power spectrum
    ApJ 705(2009)156, arxiv:0902.0429.

  25. E.Lawrence, K.Heitmann, M.White, D.Higdon, C.Wagner, S.Habib, B.Williams,
    The Coyote Universe III: Simulation suite and precision emulator for the nonlinear matter power spectrum
    ApJ 713(2010)1322, arxiv:0912.4490.

  26. A.Leauthaud, et al.,
    Lensing is low: cosmology, galaxy formation or new physics?
    MNRAS 467(2017)3024, arxiv:1611.08606.

  27. A.Amon, et al.,
    Consistent lensing and clustering in a low-S8 Universe with BOSS, DES Year 3, HSC Year 1 and KiDS-1000
    MNRAS 518(2023)477, arxiv:2202.07440.

Particle Astrophysics

  1. L.Krauss, M.White,
    Gravitational Lensing, Finite Galaxy Cores and the Cosmological Constant,
    ApJ 394(1992)385

  2. L.Krauss, M.White,
    Gravitational Lensing and the Variation of G,
    ApJ 397(1992)357

  3. E.Gates, L.Krauss, M.White,
    Solar Neutrino Data and Their Implications,
    Phys. Rev. D46(1992)1263 hep-ph/9203213

  4. M.White, L.Krauss, E.Gates,
    A New Look at the Solar Neutrino Problem,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 70(1993)375

  5. L.Krauss, E.Gates, M.White,
    Solar Neutrino Data, Solar Model Uncertainties and MSW and Vacuum Oscillations,
    Phys. Lett. B299(1993)94 hep-ph/9210221

  6. E.Gates, L.Krauss, M.White,
    Treating Solar Model Uncertainties: A Consistent Statistical Analysis of Solar Neutrino Models and Data,
    Phys. Rev. D51(1995)2631 hep-ph/9406396

  7. M.Turner, M.White
    Dependence of Inflationary Reconstruction upon Cosmological Parameters
    Phys. Rev. D53(1996)6822, astro-ph/9512155.

  8. W.Hu, M.White,
    A New Test of Inflation
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 77(1996)1687, astro-ph/9602020.

  9. E.Bunn, A.Liddle, M.White,
    Four-Year COBE Normalization of Inflationary Cosmologies
    Phys. Rev. D54(1996)5917R, astro-ph/9607038.

  10. A.E.Schulz, M.White
    The Tensor to Scalar Ratio of Phantom Dark Energy Models
    Phys. Rev. D64(2001)043514, astro-ph/0104112.

Particle Physics

  1. R.Delbourgo, L.Jones, M.White,
    The Anharmonic Grassmann Oscillator,
    Phys. Rev. D40(1989)2716

  2. R.Delbourgo, L.Jones, M.White,
    The Anharmonic Grassmann Oscillator 2,
    Phys. Rev. D41(1990)679

  3. R.Delbourgo, M.White,
    Internal Grassmann Coordinates and Actions,
    Mod. Phys. Lett. A5(1990)355

  4. P.D.Jarvis, M.White,
    Fermion Masses from Supersymmetric Dynamics in Proper Time,
    Phys. Rev. D43(1991)4121

  5. M.White, M.Savage,
    Semileptonic Decay of Baryons with Two Heavy Quarks,
    Phys. Lett. B271(1991)410

  6. L.Krauss, M.White,
    Grand Unification, Gravitational Waves and the Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropy,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 69(1992)869

  7. M.Luty, M.White,
    SU(3) vs. SU(3) x SU(3) Breaking in Weak Hyperon Decays,

  8. M.Luty, M.White,
    Decuplet Contributions to Hyperon Axial Vector Form Factors,
    Phys. Lett. B319(1993)261 hep-ph/9305203

  9. M.Luty, J.March-Russell, M.White,
    Baryon Magnetic Moments in a Simultaneous Expansion in 1/N and m_s,
    Phys. Rev. D51(1995)2332 hep-ph/9405272

Conference Proceedings

  1. D.Scott, M.White,
    The Existence of Baryons at z=1000,
    in CMB Anisotropies 2 Years After COBE: Observations, Theory and the Future, ed. L. Krauss, p. 214,

  2. M.White, D.Scott,
    Quoting Experimental Information,
    in CMB Anisotropies 2 Years After COBE: Observations, Theory and the Future, ed. L. Krauss, p. 254, astro-ph/9406060

  3. M.Janssen, D.Scott, M.White, M.Seiffert, C.Lawrence, K.Gorski, M.Dragovan, T.Gaier, K.Ganga, S.Gulkis, A.Lange, S.Levin, P.Lubin, P.Meinhold, A.Readhead, P.Richards, J.Ruhl,
    Direct imaging of the CMB from space,

  4. M.White, W.Hu,
    Testing Inflation with Small Scale CMB Anisotropies
    in Proceedings of the XXXIth Rencontres de Moriond,
    Microwave Background Anisotropies, ed. Bouchet et al., p. 339, astro-ph/9606138.

  5. W. Hu, M.White,
    Measuring the Curvature of the Universe
    in Proceedings of the XXXIth Rencontres de Moriond,
    Microwave Background Anisotropies, ed. Bouchet et al., p.333, astro-ph/9606140.

  6. M.White,
    The Inverse Problem in CMB Anisotropies
    in the proceedings of the 18th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics.

  7. M.White
    Polarization of the CMB Anisotropy
    in the Evolution of Large-Scale Structure: From Recombination to Garching, ed. A. Banday, (Twin Press, Netherlands, 1998), p. 25, astro-ph/9810506.

  8. M. White
    Anisotropy in the Cosmic Microwave Background
    in the proceedings of Cosmo-98, Asilomar CA, ed. D. Caldwell, p. 157

  9. M. White
    Anisotropies in the CMB
    in proceedings of DPF 99, held at UCLA, ed. D. Cline, astro-ph/9903232.

  10. A.Meiksin, M.White, J.Peacock
    Baryonic signatures in large-scale structure
    in the proceedings of 19th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, Paris, ed. J Paul et al.

  11. J.Bagla, M.White
    Prospects for detecting neutral hydrogen using 21cm radiation from large scale structure at high redshifts
    in proceedings of the 8th Asia-Pacific Regional meeting, astro-ph/0212228.

  12. D.Schwan, et al. (the APEX-SZ team)
    APEX-SZ: A Sunyaev-Zel'dovich galaxy cluster survey
    NewAR 47(2003)933

  13. M.White
    Cosmology with the Ly-a forest
    in procedings of the UC Davis meeting on Cosmic Inflation, astro-ph/0305474.

  14. M.White
    Cosmological science enabled by Planck
    in procedings of the UC Irvine meeting on CMB temperature and polarization anisotropies, NewAR 50(2006)938, astro-ph/0606643.

  15. M.Dobbs et al. (the APEX-SZ team)
    APEX-SZ first light and instrument status
    NewAR 50(2006)960

  16. M.White
    Shot noise and reconstruction of the acoustic peak
    not submitted anywhere, arxiv:1004.0250.

  17. N.Padmanabhan, M.White, T.Chang, J.Cohn, O.Dore, G.Holder
    Ensemble photometric redshifts
    not submitted anywhere, arxiv:1903.01571.

  18. E.Baxter et al.
    Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Opportunities from Cross-survey Analyses of Statis Probes
    Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper arxiv:2203.06795.

  19. K.Dawson et al.
    Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: High density galaxi clustering in the regime of cosmic acceleration
    Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper arxiv:2203.07291.

  20. S.Ferraro, N.Sailer, A.Slosar, M.White
    Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Cosmology and Fundamental Physics from the three-dimensional Large Scale Structure
    Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper arxiv:2203.07506.


  1. M.White, D.Scott, J.Silk,
    Anisotropies in the Cosmic Microwave Background,
    Ann. Rev. Astron. & Astrophys. 32(1994)319

  2. D.Scott, J.Silk, M.White,
    Cosmology with the Microwave Background,
    Science 268(1995)829,

  3. C.Bennett, M.Turner, M.White,
    Cosmic Rosetta Stone
    Physics Today 50(1997)32

  4. C.Lawrence, D.Scott, M.White
    What have we already learned from the CMB?
    PASP 111(1999)525, astro-ph/9810446.

  5. M.White, J.Cohn
    The theory of anisotropies in the cosmic microwave background: a bibliographical resource
    an AJP/AAPT Resource Letter: Am.J.Phys. 70(2), 106-118 astro-ph/0203120.

  6. M.White
    Dark energy and the CMB
    in the SNAP Yellow book.

  7. W.Hu, M.White
    The cosmic symphony
    Scientific American 290(Feb 2004)44.

  8. M.Mortonson, D.Weinberg, M.White
    Dark Energy
    Review of Particle Properties 2013, arxiv:1401.0046,

  9. D.Weinberg, M.White
    Dark Energy
    R.Workman et al. (Particle Data Group), PTEP 2022(2022)083C01,

  10. D.Weinberg, M.White
    Dark Energy
    S. Navas et al. (Particle Data Group), Phys.Rev. D110(2024), 030001,

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