Publications


Publications by Donald C. Morton

1.    A review of the constant of precession.
D. C. Morton
J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Can. 51, 281, 1957.

2.    An observatory at 80,000 feet.
D. C. Morton
J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Can. 52, 5, 1958.

3.    An observational test of the carbon-cycle rate.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 129, 20, 1959.

4.    Evolutionary mass exchange in close binary systems.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 132, 146, 1960.

5.    The solar Lyman-Alpha emission line.
D. C. Morton, K. G. Widing
Astrophys. J.  133, 596, 1961.

6.    Observations of the extreme ultraviolet radiation in the night sky using an atomic hydrogen filter.
D. C. Morton, J. D. Purcell
Planet. Space Sci.  9, 455, 1962.

7.    Spectroscopic observations of the night sky in the extreme ultraviolet.
D. C. Morton
Planet. Space Sci. 9, 459, 1962.

8.    Spectrographic orbits for the eclipsing systems V548 Cigni, V805 Aquilae and V451 Ophiuchi.
J. F. Heard, D. C. Morton
Pub. David Dunlap Obs. 2, 255, 1962.

9.    The effect of line-blanketing on ultraviolet stellar radiation.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J.  139, 1383, 1964.

10.    Neutron stars as x-ray sources.
D. C. Morton
Nature 201, 1308, 1964.
Astrophys. J. 140, 460, 1964.

11.    Theoretical line profiles in the ultraviolet spectra of early-type stars.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 141, 73, 1965.

12.    A model for a B1 V star with line blanketing.
D. M. Mihalas, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 142, 253, 1965.

13.    Astronomical  rocketry.
D. C. Morton
Princeton Alumni Weekly, Nov. 1965.

14.    Line spectra of Delta and Pi Scorpii in the far-ultraviolet.
D. C. Morton, L. Spitzer
Astrophys. J. 144, 1, 1966.

15.    The far-ultraviolet spectra of six stars in Orion.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 147, 1017, 1967.

16.    Far-ultraviolet interstellar absorption lines in Delta and Pi Scorpii.
M. E. Stone, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 149, 29, 1967.

17.    Far-ultraviolet spectra of Orion stars.
E. B. Jenkins, D. C. Morton
Nature 215, 1257, 1967.

18.    Mass loss from three OB supergiants in Orion.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 150, 535, 1967.

19.    Ultraviolet spectra of stars.
A. B. Underhill, D. C. Morton
Science 158, 1273, 1967.

20.    The abundance of helium in A- and B-type stars.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 151, 285, 1968.

21.    Effective temperatures and bolometric corrections of early-type stars.
D. C. Morton, T. F. Adams
Astrophys. J., 151, 611, 1968.

22.    A model atmosphere for a B4 V star with line blanketing.
T. F. Adams, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 152, 195, 1968.

23.    Model atmospheres for O5 V and BO V stars with line blanketing.
F. R. Hickok, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 152, 203, 1968.

24.    Rocket observations of Orion stars with an all-reflective ultraviolet spectrograph.
D. C. Morton, E. B. Jenkins, R. C. Bohlin
Astrophys. J. 154, 661, 1968.

25.    Far-ultraviolet spectra of Zeta Puppis and Gamma2 Velorum.
D. C. Morton, E. B. Jenkins, N. H. Brooks
Astrophys. J. 155, 875, 1969.

26.    Rocket spectra of Venus and Jupiter from 2000 to 3000 Å.
E. B. Jenkins, D. C. Morton and A. V. Sweigart
Astrophys. J. 157, 913, 1969.

27.    Rocket observations of mass loss from hot stars.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. Space Sci. 3, 117, 1969.
Proc. Second Trieste Coll. on Astrophysics, ed. M. Hack, p. 36, 1969.

28.    Theory and observations of ultraviolet spectra of early-type stars.
D. C. Morton
Proc. Third Harvard-Smithsonian Conf. on Stellar Asmospheres, ed. O Gingerich, p. 253, 1969.

29.    Model atmospheres of O-type stars with ultraviolet line blanketing.
P. T. Bradley, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 156, 687, 1969.

30.    Interstellar Lyman-α absorption in β, δ and II Scorpii.
E. B. Jenkins, D. C. Morton, T. A. Matilsky
Astrophys. J. 158, 473, 1969.

31.    Ultraviolet rocket astronomy.
D. C. Morton
Stellar Astronomy, ed. H. Y. Chiu, R. L. Warasila, J. L. Remo, Chapter VIII-1, 2, 257, 1969.

32.    The effective temperatures of the O stars.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J.  158, 629, 1969.

33.    The effective temperatures of six Wolf-Rayet stars.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 160, 215, 1970.

34.    The helium abundance in population I stars.
D. M. Popper, D. C. Morton, H. E. Jorgensen, D. S. Leckrone
Astrophys. J. 161, L57, 1970.

35.    The effective temperatures of the O stars.
D. C. Morton
IAU 36, Ultraviolet Stellar Spectra and Related Ground-Based Observations, ed. L. Houziaux, H. E. Butler, p. 59, 1970.

36.    The far-ultraviolet spectrum of Gamma Cassiopeiae.
D. C. Morton, E. B. Jenkins, R. C. Bohlin
IAU 36, Ultraviolet Stellar Spectra and Related Ground-Based Observations, ed. L. Houziaux, H. E. Butler, p. 178, 1970.

37.    Model atmospheres for B-type stars with blanketing by ultraviolet lines.
G. W. Van Citters, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 161, 695, 1970.

38.    The angular diameter and effective temperature of Zeta Puppis.
J. Davis, D. C. Morton, L. R. Allen, R. Hanbury Brown
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 150, 45, 1970.

39.    Interpretation of space observations of stars and interstellar matter.
Highlights of Astronomy, ed. C. De Jager, 2, 466, 1971.

40.    The spectrum of the quasi-stellar object PHL 957.
J. L. Lowrance, D. C. Morton, P. Zucchino, J. B. Oke, M. Schmidt
Astrophys. J. 171, 233, 1972.

41.    Absorption-line profiles in the quasi-stellar object PHL 957.
D. C. Morton, W. A. Morton
Astrophys. J. 174, 237, 1972.

42.    Velocity dispersions in galaxies.  I.  The E7 galaxy NGC 7332.
D. C. Morton, R. A. Chevalier
Astrophys. J. 174, 489, 1972.

43.    An integrating television system for astronomy.
D. C. Morton
Proc. ESO/CERN Conf. on Auxiliary Instrumentation for Large Telescopes, ed. S. Laustsen, A. Reiz, p. 317, 1972.

44.    Rocket-ultraviolet spectra of eight stars in Ophiuchus and Scorpius.
D. C. Morton, E. B. Jenkins, T. A. Matilsky, D. G. York
Astrophys. J. 177, 219, 1972.

45.    Rocket-ultraviolet spectra of six stars in Perseus.
D. C. Morton, E. B. Jenkins, W. W. Macy
Astrophys. J. 177, 235, 1972.

46.    Absorption lines in the spectrum of the quasar Ton 1530.
W. A. Morton, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 178, 607, 1972.

47.    Velocity dispersions in galaxies. II.  The ellipticals NGC 1889, 3115, 4473, and 4494.
D. C. Morton, R. A. Chevalier
Astrophys. J. 179, 55, 1973.

48.    Velocity dispersions in galaxies. III.  The nucleus of M31.
D. C. Morton, T. X. Thuan
Astrophys. J. 180, 705, 1973.

49.    Spectrophotometric results from the Copernicus satellite.  I.  Instrumentation and performance.
J. B. Rogerson, D. C. Morton, L. Spitzer, J. F. Drake, K. Dressler, E. B. Jenkins, D. G. York
Astrophys. J. 181, L97, 1973.

50.    Spectrophotometric results from the Copernicus satellite.  II.  Composition of interstellar clouds.
D. C. Morton, J. F. Drake, E. B. Jenkins, J. B. Rogerson, L. Spitzer, D. G. York
Astrophys. J. 181, L103, 1973.

51.    Spectrophotometric results from the Copernicus satellite.  III.  Ionization and composition of the intercloud medium.
J. B. Rogerson, D. C. Morton, D. G. York, J. F. Drake, E. B. Jenkins, L. Spitzer
Astrophys. J. 181, L100, 1973.

52.    Spectrophotometric results from the Copernicus satellite.  IV.  Molecular hydrogen in interstellar space.
L. Spitzer, D. C. Morton, J. F. Drake, E. B. Jenkins, J. B. Rogerson, D. G. York
Astrophys. J. 181, L116, 1973.

53.    Spectrophotometric results from the Copernicus satellite.  V.  Abundances of molecules in interstellar clouds.
E. B. Jenkins, D. C. Morton, J. F. Drake, J. B. Rogerson, L. Spitzer, D. G. York
Astrophys. J. 181, L122, 1973.

54.    Spectrophotometric results from the Copernicus satellite.  VI.  Extinction by grains at wavelengths between 1200 and 1000 Å.
D. G. York, D. C. Morton, J. F. Drake, E. B. Jenkins, J. B. Rogerson, L. Spitzer
Astrophys. J. 182, L1, 1973.

55.    Effective temperatures of Wolf-Rayet stars.
D. C. Morton
IAU 54, Wolf-Rayet and High Temperature Stars, ed. M. K. V. Bappu, J. Sahade, p. 54, 1973.

56.    Absorption lines in the spectrum of the quasar Markarian 132.
D. C. Morton, D. O. Richstone
Astrophys. J. 184, 65, 1973.

57.    A summary of transition probabilities for atomic absorption lines formed in low-density clouds.
D. C. Morton, W. H. Smith
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 26, 333, 1973.

58.    Oscillator strengths for ionized iron and manganese.
K. S. de Boer, D. C. Morton, S. R. Pottasch, D. G. York
Astron. Astrophys. 31, 405, 1974.

59.    A new limit on the interstellar abundance of boron.
D. C. Morton, A. M. Smith, T. P. Stecher
Astrophys. J. 189, L109, 1974.

60.    Interstellar abundances toward Zeta Ophiuchi.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 193, L35, 1974.

61.    Rocket-ultraviolet spectra of Kappa, Lambda, Tau, and Upsilon Scorpii.
E. B. Jenkins, D. C. Morton, D. G. York
Astrophys. J. 194, 77, 1974.

62.    Interstellar carbon I lines in Zeta Ophiuchi.
K. S. de Boer, D. C. Morton
Astron. Astrophys. 37, 305, 1974.

63.    Interstellar absorption lines in the spectrum of Zeta Ophiuchi.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 197, 85, 1975.

64.    Observations of the interstellar gas with the Copernicus satellite.
D. C. Morton
Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A 279, 299, 1975.

65.    Astronomy.
D. C. Morton
Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, ed. M. C. Tenney, 1, 394, 1975.

66.    Velocity dispersions in galaxies.  IV.  The nucleus of NGC 1068.
D. O. Richstone, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J.201, 289, 1975.

67.    Mass flow in the 07f binary UW Canis Majoris.
G. E. McClusky, D. C. Morton, Y. Kondo
Astrophys. J. 201, 607, 1975.

68.    Interstellar absorption lines toward Gamma Arae.
D. C. Morton, E. M. Hu
Astrophys. J. 202, 638, 1975.

69.    Copernicus observations of P-Cygni profiles in hot stars.
D. C. Morton
Mem. Soc. Roy. Sci. de Liege, 6e ser. 9, 221, 1975.

70.    P-Cygni profiles in Zeta Ophiuchi and Zeta Puppis.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 203, 386, 1976.

71.    Interstellar molecular hydrogen toward Zeta Puppis.
D. C. Morton, H. L. Dinerstein
Astrophys. J. 204, 1, 1976.

72.    Velocity dispersions in galaxies. V. The nuclei of M31 and M32.
D. C. Morton, B. G. Elmergreen
Astrophys. J. 205, 63, 1976.

73.    The H and K lines of Ca II in the nucleus and bulge of M31.
D. C. Morton, C. D. Andereck
Astrophys. J. 205, 356, 1976.

74.    Recent advances in ultraviolet astronomy.
D. C. Morton
Beam-Foil Spectroscopy, ed. I. A. Sellin, D. J. Pegg, 2, 907, 1976.

75.    Copernicus ultraviolet observations of mass-loss effects in O and B stars.
T. P. Snow, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 32, 429, 1976.

76.    Mass ejection from the 04f star Zeta Puppis.
H. J. G. L. M. Lamers, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 32, 715, 1976.

77.    The ultraviolet spectrum of Zeta Puppis.
D. C. Morton, A. B. Underhill
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 33, 83, 1977.

78.    Velocity dispersions in galaxies.  VI. Comparison of the nucleus and bulge of M31.
D. C. Morton, C. D. Andereck, D. A. Bernard
Astrophys. J. 212, 13, 1977.

79.    The ultraviolet spectra of Alpha Aquilae and Alpha Canis Minoris.
D. C. Morton, H. Spinrad, G. Bruzual, R. L. Kurucz
Astrophys. J. 212, 438, 1977.

80.    The Anglo-Australian Telescope.
E. J. Wampler, D. C. Morton
Vistas in Astronomy, 21, 191, 1977.

81.    Some O I oscillator strengths and the interstellar abundance of oxygen.
C. J. Zeippen, M. J. Seaton, D. C. Morton
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 181, 527, 1977.

82.    The spectrum of the halo surrounding the quasar PHL 1070.
D. C. Morton, T. B. Williams, R. F. Green
Astrophys. J. 219, 381, 1978.

83.    Radio emission from Zeta Puppis and Gamma2 Velorum at two centimetres.
D. C. Morton, A. E. Wright
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 182, 47P, 1978.

84.    Interstellar absorption lines in the spectrum of Zeta Puppis.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 222, 863, 1978.

85.    The unidentified interstellar lines in Zeta Ophiuchi.
D. C. Morton
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc.  184, 713, 1978.

86.    New oscillator strengths for 18 resonance lines of N I and the interstellar abundance of nitrogen.
P. M. Lugger, D. C. Morton, D. G. York, T. Blanchard
Astrophys. J. 224, 1059, 1978.

87.    IUE observations of x-ray sources:  HD153919 (4U1700-37), HDE 226868 (Cyg X-1), HZ Her (Her X-1).
A. K. Dupree, D. C. Morton, R. J. Davis, H. Gursky, L. W. Hartmann, J. C. Raymond, A. Boggess, A. Holm, Y. Kondo, C. C. Wu, F. Macchetto, M. C. W. Sandford, A. J. Willis, R. Wilson, F. Ciatti, J. B. Hutchings, H. M. Johnson, J. Jugaku, A. Treves, E. P. J. van den Heuvel
Nature, 275, 400, 1978.

88.    Identification of PKS 0438-43, a quasar with the highest known radio luminosity.
D. C. Morton, A. Savage, J. G. Bolton
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 185, 735, 1978.

89.    Spectrophotometry of the galaxies and nebulosity associated with the quasar III Zw 2.
R. F. Green, D. C. Morton, T. B. Williams
Astrophys. J. 226, 729, 1978.

90.    Interstellar carbon I lines in Zeta Puppis and Zeta Ophiuchi.
K. S. de Boer, D. C. Morton
Astron. Astrophys. 71, 141, 1979.

91.    Rotationally excited HD toward Zeta Ophiuchi.
E. L. Wright, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 227, 483, 1979.

92.    Interstellar absorption lines in the spectrum of Gamma Velorum.
D. C. Morton, S. P. Bhavsar
Astrophys. J. 228, 147, 1979.

93.    Optical identification of SMC X-2.
P. G. Murdin, D. C. Morton, R. M. Thomas
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 186, 43P, 1979.

94.    IUE observations of the quasar 3C273.
A. Boggess, D. C. Morton, E. Daltabuit, S. Torres-Peimbert, F. B. Estabrook, H. D. Wahlquist, A. I. Lane, R. Green, J. B. Oke, M. Schmidt, B. Zimmerman, R. C. Roeder
Astrophys. J. 230, L131, 1979.

95.    Radio emission from hot stars at two centimeters.
D. C. Morton, A. E. Wright
IAU 83, Mass Loss and Evolution of O-Type Stars, ed. P. S. Conti, C. W. H. de Loore, p. 155, 1979.

96.    O 1 λ7773 absorption in optical counterparts of x-ray sources.
R. M. Thomas, D. C. Morton, P. G. Murdin
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 188, 19, 1979.

97.    Oxygen VI in stellar winds.
D. C. Morton
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 189, 57, 1979.

98.    A compact group of four QSOs with two appearing physically associated.
C. Hazard, D. C. Morton, H. C. Arp
Nature 282, 271, 1979.

99.    Spectroscopy of PKS 1157+014:  a QSO with no Lyman α emission.
A. E. Wright, D. C. Morton, B. A. Peterson, D. L. Jauncey
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 189, 611, 1979.

100.    Faint stellar spectral-type standards for objective-prism plates from the U.K. 1.2 Schmidt.
P. A. Krug, D. C. Morton, K. P. Tritton
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 190, 237, 1980.

101.    Recombination spectrum and reddening in NGC 1068.
G. Neugebauer, D. C. Morton, J. B. Oke, E. E. Becklin, E. Daltabuit, K. Matthews, S. W. Persson, A. M. Smith, B. T. Soifer, S. Torres Peimbert, C. G. Wynn-Williams
Astrophys. J. 238, 502, 1980.

102.    Evidence for highly processed material ejected from Abell 30.
C. Hazard, D. C. Morton, R. Terlevich, W. L. W. Sargent, G. Ferland
Nature, 285, 463, 1980.

103.    Simultaneous ultraviolet, optical and x-ray observations of the x-ray source Vela X-1 (HD77581).
A. K. Dupree, D. C. Morton, H. Gursky, J. H. Black, R. J. Davis, L. Hartmann, T. Matilsky, J. C. Raymond, G. Hammerschlag-Hensberge, E. P. J. van den Heuvel, M. Burger, H. J. G. L. M. Lamers, P. A. Vanden Bout, C. de Loore, E. L. van Dessel,  J. W. Menzies, P. A. Whitelock, M. Watson, P. W. Sanford, G. S. G. Pollard
Astrophys. J.  238, 969, 1980.

104.    The K dwarfs associated with the x-ray transients A0620-00 and A1742-28.
P. Murdin, D. C. Morton, D. A. Allen, J. A. J. Whelan, R. M. Thomas
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 192, 709, 1980.

105.    Absorption lines and ion abundances in the QSO PKS 0528-250.
D. C. Morton, Chen J.-S., A. E. Wright, B. A. Peterson, D. L. Jauncey
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 193, 399, 1980.

106.    Discovery of nebulosity associated with the quasar 3C273.
S. Wyckoff, D. C. Morton, P. A. Wehringer, T. Gehren, A. Boksenberg, R. Albrecht
Astrophys. J. 242, L59, 1980.

107.    A spectrophotometric search for the halo of Markarian 10.
T. B. Williams, D. C. Morton, R. F. Green
Astron. J. 86, 178, 1981.

108.    The absorption lines in the spectra of high redshift QSOs.
Chen, J.-S., D. C. Morton, B. A. Peterson, A. E. Wright, D. L. Jauncey
Acta Astrophys. Sinica 1, 89, 1981.

109.    Does Hβ pulse in HD 77581 (4U 0900-40 = Vela XR-1)?
R. M. Thomas, D. C. Morton, P. Murdin
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 195, 915, 1981.

110.    The UV variability of the Seyfert I galaxies III Zw 2 and Markarian 509.
J. Huchra, D. C. Morton, M. Geller
The Universe at Ultraviolet Wavelengths, ed. R. D. Chapman, NASA Conf. Pub. 2171, p. 743, 1981.

111.    The spectrum of the QSO 0805+046 (4C05.34) at intermediate dispersion.
Chen, J.-S., D. C. Morton, B. A. Peterson, A. E. Wright, D. L. Jauncey
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 196, 715, 1981.

112.    Deep photography of radio sources with the Cambridge CCD system.
C. D. Mackay, D. C. Morton, D. Astill, M. J. Batty, D. L. Jauncey, A. E. Wright, R. W. Hunstead, J. G. Robertson
Proc. Astr. Soc. Australia 4, 195, 1981.

113.    Four QSOs found in a survey of faint objects.
D. C. Morton, K. P. Tritton
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 198, 669, 1982.

114.    Spectroscopy of the QSO pair PKS 0254-334.
A. E. Wright, D. C. Morton, B. A. Peterson, D. L. Jauncey
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 199, 81, 1982.

115.    The gaseous galactic halo as inferred from the line spectra of the galaxies Markarian 509 and Fairall 9.
D. G. York, D. C. Morton, L. L. Cowie, A. Songaila, C. C. Wu
Astrophys. J. 255, 467, 1982.

116.    Distribution of gas in halo of the galaxy.
J. C. Blades, D. C. Morton, L. L. Cowie, D. G. York, C. C. Wu
Proc. 3rd European IUE Conf., ed. E. Rolfe, A. Heck, B. Battrick, p. 439, 1982.

117.    A mass estimate for the companion to the cartwheel galaxy.
R. L. Davies, D. C. Morton
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 201, 69P, 1982.

118.    Infall and outflow of S+3 ions in 15 Monocerotis, Tau Canis Majoris and Iota Orionis.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 268, 217, 1983.

119.    Interstellar absorption lines in the directions of extragalactic objects – I.
J. C. Blades, D. C. Morton
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 204, 317, 1983.

120.    Some constraints on the colour-magnitude diagrams of giants in the galactic spheroid.
J. N. Bahcall, D. C. Morton, R. M. Soneira, K. P. Tritton
Astrophys. J. 272, 627, 1983.

121.    Interstellar absorption lines in the spectrum of 3C273.
D. G. York, D. C. Morton, C. C. Wu, S. Ratcliffe, J. C. Blades, L. L. Cowie
Astrophys. J. 274, 136, 1983.

122.    Neutral hydrogen in the haloes of the galaxy and the LMC.
R. X. McGee, D. C. Morton, L. M. Newton
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 205, 1191, 1983.

123.    Interstellar lines in the spectra of extragalactic sources.  III.  Markarian 509, Arakelian 120 and 3C273.
D. G. York, D. C. Morton, S. Ratcliffe, J. C. Blades, L. L. Cowie, C. C. Wu
Astrophys. J. 276, 92, 1984.

124.    The Dynamics of NGC 5128 (Centaurus A).
R. L. Davies, I. J. Danziger, A. Fabian, R. Hanes, B. J. T. Jones, J. Jones, D. C. Morton, R. Pennington
Bull. Am. Astron. Soc. 16, 410, 1984.

125.    A faint UBVRI sequence in a field near 22h, -19°.
K. P. Tritton, D. C. Morton, A. Savage
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 206, 843, 1984.

126.    The absorption line profiles in Q1101-264.
R. F. Carswell, D. C. Morton, M. G. Smith, A. N. Stockton, D. A. Turnshek, R. J. Weyman
Astrophys. J. 278, 486, 1984.

127.    Star counts and galactic structures.
D. C. Morton
IAU Proc. 2nd Asian-Pacific Regional Mtg. on Astronomy, ed. B. Hidayat, M. W. Feast, p. 248, 1984.

128.    Galactic structure examined from a faint object survey in a field in Aquarius.
K. P. Tritton, D. C. Morton
IAU Proc., 2nd Asian-Pacific Regional Mtg. on Astronomy, ed. B. Hidayat, M. W. Feast, p. 364, 1984.

129.    Further spectroscopic observations of the QSO PKS 0528-250.
J.-S. Chen, D. C. Morton
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 208, 167, 1984.

130.    Interstellar absorption lines in the spectrum of supernova Evans in M83 (NGC 5236).
E. B. Jenkins, D. C. Morton, A. W. Rodgers, P. Harding, D. G. York
Astrophys. J. 281, 585, 1984.

131.    Nine new quasi-stellar objects with broad absorption lines.
C. Hazard, D. C. Morton, R. McMahon, R. Terlevich
Astrophys. J. 282, 33, 1984.

132.    A deep optical survey of a small region in Aquarius – I.  Stellar photometry and galactic structure.
K. P. Tritton, D. C. Morton
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 209, 429, 1984.

133.    Absorption lines in the spectra of the QSO 1448-232.
Chen, J.-S., D. C. Morton, B. A. Peterson, A. E. Wright, D. L. Jauncey
Proc. Astron. Soc. Australia 5, 355, 1984.

134.    Nova Aquilae 1982 – a short report.
M. J. Snijders, D. C. Morton, T. J. Batt, M. J. Seaton, J. C. Blades
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 211, 7P, 1984.

135.    A deep optical survey of a small region in Aquarius – II.  Stellar spectroscopy.
D. C. Morton, K. P. Tritton, P. A. Krug
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 212, 325, 1985.

136.    The interstellar spectrum of the bright Seyfert galaxy NGC 3783:  evidence for an extragalactic origin of high velocity clouds.
K. A. West, D. C. Morton, M. Pettini, M. V. Penston, J. C. Blades
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 215, 481, 1985.

137.    The centre of our galaxy:  is it a black hole?
D. C. Morton
Pawsey Memorial Lecture, Australian Physicist, 22, 218 & 250, 1985.

138.    Recent developments with the Anglo Australian Telescope.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. Space Sci. 118, 31, 1986.

139.    The extent of ionized calcium in the outer parts of galaxies.
D. C. Morton, D. G. York, E. B. Jenkins
Astrophys. J. 302, 272, 1986.

140.    Interstellar absorption lines in the directions of extragalactic objects.  II.  Analysis of 22 sight lines.
D. C. Morton, J. C. Blades
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 220, 927, 1986.

141.    High redshift QSOs selected from IIIaJ objective prism plates of the UK Schmidt Telescope.
C. Hazard, D. C. Morton, R. McMahon, W. L. W. Sargent, R. Terlevich
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 223, 87-111, 1986.

142.    Nova Aquilae 1982.
M. A. J. Snijders, T. J. Batt, P. F. Roche, M. J. Seaton, D. C. Morton, T. A. T. Spoelstra, J. C. Blades
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 228, 329-376, 1987.

143.    The remarkable broad absorption line QSO 0059-2735 with extensive Fe II absorption.
C. Hazard, R. G. McMahon, J. K. Webb, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 323, 263-270, 1987.

144.    A BAL QSO with zem=3.50 and a QSO with z = 3.31 from a UK Schmidt IIIa-F objective prism survey.
C. Hazard, R. G. McMahon, D. C. Morton
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 229, 371-377, 1987.

145.    Observations of high-redshift Ca II absorption in QSO spectra.
J. G. Robertson, D. C. Morton, J. C. Blades, D. G. York, D. M. Meyer
Astrophys. J. 325, 635-643, 1988.

146.    A search list of lines for quasi-stellar object absorption systems.
D. C. Morton, D. G. York, E. B. Jenkins
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 68, 449-461, 1988.

147.    Spectroscopy of quasar candidates found with slitless spectroscopy.
E. F. Borra, M. Beauchemin, A. P. S. Crotts, D. C. Morton, D. G. York
Astron. J. 97, 344-356, 1989.

148.    The spectrum of the QSO 1442 + 101 (OQ172) at intermediate dispersion.
D. C. Morton, B. A. Peterson, C. J. Sheng, A. E. Wright, D. L. Jauncey
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 241, 595-612, 1989.

149.    A new high-resolution optical study of halo gas.
C. E. Albert, J. C. Blades, D. C. Morton, M. Proulx, F. J. Lockman
Lecture Notes in Physics:  Proceedings of IAU Colloquium 120 ed. G. Tenorio-Tagle, M. Moles, and J. Melnick (Berlin:  Springer-Verlag) p. 442-447, 1989.

150.    Interstellar absorption lines in the galaxy NGC 1705.
D. G. York, A. Caulet, P. Rybski, J. Gallagher, J. C. Blades, D. C. Morton, W. Wamsteker
Astrophys. J. 351, 412-417, 1990.

151.    The astrophysical importance of resonance lines.
D. C. Morton
Proceedings of the Third International Colloquium on Atomic Spectra and Oscillator Strengths for Astrophysics and Fusion Research, pub. Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, ed. J. E. Hausen (Amsterdam, North Holland), pp. 88-91, 1990.

152.    Detection of Ca II absorption by a high-velocity cloud in the direction of the quasar PKS 0837-120.
J. G. Robertson, U. J. Schwartz, H. van Woerden, J. D. Murray, D. C. Morton, A. N. M. Hulsbosch
Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 248, 508-514, 1991.

153.    Atomic data for resonance absorption lines.  I.  Wavelengths longward of the Lyman limit.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. Supplement 77, 119-202, 1991.

154.    Sub-millimeter observations of SiCC in IRC 10216.
L. W. Avery, T. Amano, M. B. Bell, P. A. Feldman, J. W. C. Johns, J. M. MacLeod, H. E. Matthews, D. C. Morton, J. K. G. Watson, B. E. Turner, S. S. Hayashi, G. D. Watt, A. S. Webster
Astrochemistry of Cosmic Phenomena, ed. P. D. Singh, Kluwer, Dordrecht, 399-400, 1992.

155.    A spectral line survey of IRC 10216 at millimeter and submillimeter wavelengths.
L. W. Avery, T. Amano, M. B. Bell, P. A. Feldman, J. W. C. Johns, J. M. MacLeod, H. E. Matthews, D. C. Morton, J. K. G. Watson, B. E. Turner, S. S. Hayashi, G. D. Watt, A. S. Webster
Astrophys. J. Suppl. Ser. 83, 363-385, 1992.

156.    Atomic and molecular data for observations of the interstellar medium with the Hubble Space Telescope.
D. C. Morton
Lecture Notes in Physics, 407, ed. Peter L. Smith, Wolfgang L. Wiese, Chapter, pp. 51-68, 1993.

157.    The interstellar abundances of tin and four other heavy elements.
L. M. Hobbs, D. E. Welty, D. C. Morton, L. Spitzer, D. G. York
Astrophys. J. 411, 750-755, 1993.

158.    Atomic data needed for future UV spectroscopy from space.
D. C. Morton
Physica Scripta T47, 183-185, 1993.

159.    A high resolution optical and radio study of Milky Way halo gas.
C. E. Albert, J. C. Blades, D. C. Morton, F. J. Lockman, M. Proulx, L. Ferrarese
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 88, 81-117, 1993.

160.    Intersystem transitions of interstellar carbon monoxide toward ζ Ophiuchi.
S. R. Federman, J. A. Cardelli, Y. Sheffer, D. L. Lambert, D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. 432, L139-L142, 1994.

161.    A compilation of electronic transitions in the CO molecule and the interpretation of some puzzling interstellar absorption features.
D. C. Morton, L. Noreau
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 95, 301-343, 1994.

162.    Interstellar lead.
D. E. Welty, L. J. Hobbs, J. T. Lauroesch, D. C. Morton, D. G. York
Astrophys. J. 449, L135-L138, 1995.

163.    Spectroscopy of quasar candidates found with slitless spectroscopy II:  6 northern fields.
E. F. Borra, S. Levesque, M. Beauchemin, D. C. Morton, C. Stoughton, D. Vanden Berk, D. G. York, R. F. Green, A. P. S. Crotts
Astron. J. 111, 1456-1497, 1996.

164.    High-velocity gas in GHRS spectra of three OB stars.
J. Trapero, D. E. Welty, L. M. Hobbs, J. T. Lauroesch, D. C. Morton, L. Spitzer, D. G. York
Astrophys. J. 468, 290-305, 1996.

165.    A high-resolution survey of interstellar Ca II absorption.
D. E. Welty, D. C. Morton, L. M. Hobbs
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 106, 533-562, 1996.

166.    The need for oscillator strengths for lead and other heavy elements.
D. C. Morton
5th International Colloquium on Atomic Spectra and Oscillator Strengths for Astrophysical and Laboratory Plasmas.  Publ. Obs.    Paris Meudon, ed. W.-Ü L. Tchang-Brillet, J.-F. Wyart, and C. J. Zeippen  pp. 156-157, 1996.

167.    UV transitions of astrophysical interest in Ge II, As II and Se II.
E. Biémont, D. C. Morton and P. Quinet
Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 297, 713-731, 1998.

168.    UV transitions of astrophysical interest in Ge II, As II, and Se II.
E. Biémont, D. C. Morton, and P. Quinet.
6th International Colloq. On Atomic Spectra and Oscillator Strengths, ed. J. B. Tatum (Victoria: Univ. Victoria), pp. 15-16, 1999.

169.    The diffuse interstellar clouds toward 23 Orionis
D. E. Welty, L. M. Hobbs, J. T Lauroesch, D. C. Morton, L. Spitzer, and D. G. York.
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 124, 465-501, 1999.

170.           Far ultraviolet spectroscopic explorer observations of the stellar winds of two O7 supergiants in the Magellanic Clouds
A. W. Fullerton, P. A. Crowther, O. De Marco, J. B. Hutchings, L. Bianchi, K. R. Brownsberger, D. L. Massa, D. C. Morton, B. L.        Rachford, T. P. Snow, G. Sonneborn, J. Tumlinson, and A. J. Willis
Astrophys. J., 538, L43-L46, 2000.

171.          The detection of wind variability in Magellanic Cloud O Stars
D. Massa, A. W. Fullerton, J. B. Hutchings, D. C. Morton, G. Sonneborn, A. J. Willis, L. Bianchi, K. R. Brownsberger, P. A. Crowther, T. P. Snow, and D. G. York
Astrophys. J. 538, L47-L50, 2000.

172.          Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer Spectroscopy of the O VI Resonance Doublet in Sand 2 (WO)
P. A. Crowther, A. W. Fullerton, D. J. Hillier, K. Brownsberger, L. Dessart, A. J. Willis, O. De Marco, M. J. Barlow, J. B. Hutchings, D. L. Massa, D. C. Morton, and G. Sonneborn
Astrophys. J. 538, L51-L55, 2000.

173.           Measuring the Ionization of O Star Winds
L. Bianchi, J. B. Hutchings, A. W. Fullerton, D. C. Morton, R. G. Ohl, G. Sonneborn, D. Massa, K. R. Brownsberger, and A. J. Willis
Astrophys. J. 538, L57-L60, 2000.

174.    Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer Observations of Molecular Hydrogen in Translucent Interstellar Clouds:  The Line of   Sight Toward HD 73882
T. P. Snow, B. L. Rachford, J. Tumlinson, J. M. Shull, D. E. Welty, W. P. Blair, R. Ferlet, S. D. Friedman, C. Gry, E. B. Jenkins, A.   Lecavelier, M. Lemoine, D. C. Morton, B. D. Savage, K. R. Sembach, A. Vidal-Madjar, D. G. York, B-G. Andersson, P. D. Feldman, and H. W. Moos
Astrophys. J. 538, L65-L68, 2000.

175.    Atomic Data for Resonance Absorption Lines. II. Wavelengths Longward of the Lyman Limit for Heavy Elements.
D.C. Morton
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 130, 403-436, 2000.

176.    Resolving the Structure of Ionized Helium in the Intergalactic Medium with the Far Ultraviolet Explorer
G. A. Kriss, J. M. Shull, W. Oegerle, W. Zheng, A. F. Davidsen, A. Songaila, J. Tumlinson, L. L. Cowie,
J.-M. Deharveng, S. D. Friedman, M. L. Giroux, R. F. Green, J. B. Hutchings, E. B. Jenkins, J. W. Kruk,
H.  W. Moos, D. C. Morton, K. R. Sembach and T. M. Tripp
Science, 283, 1112, 2001.

177.    A Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer Survey of Interstellar Molecular Hydrogen in Translucent Clouds
B. L. Rachford, T. P. Snow, J. Tumlinson, J. M. Shull, W. P. Blair, R. Ferlet, S. D. Friedman, C. Gry, E. B. Jenkins, D. C. Morton, B. D. Savage, P. Sonnentrucker, A. Vidal-Madjar, D. E. Welty, and D. G. York
Astrophys. J.  577, 221-244, 2002.

178.    Recollections of a Canadian Astronomer.
D. C. Morton
J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Can. 97, 24-30, 2003.

179.    High-Resolution Observations of Interstellar Ca I Absorption-Implications for Depletions and Electron Densities.
D. E. Welty, L. M. Hobbs, and D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 147, 61-96, 2003.

180.    Atomic Data for Resonance Absorption Lines. III. Wavelengths Longward of the Lyman Limit for the Elements Hydrogen to Gallium.
D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 149, 205-238 2003.

181.    A Study of the Reionization History of Intergalactic Helium with FUSE and the Very Large Telescope.
W. Zheng, G. A. Kriss, J.-M. Deharving, W. V. Dixon, J. W. Kruk, J. M. Shull,  M. L. Giroux, D. C. Morton, G. M. Williger, S. D.     Friedman, and H. W. Moos.
Astrophys. J. 605, 631-644, 2004.

182.    Atomic Data for Resonance Lines.
D. C. Morton
Proceedings of Symposium on Astrophysics in the Far Ultraviolet, Five Years of Discovery with FUSE.
Astron. Soc. Pacific Conf. Series (ed. G. Sonneborn, H. W. Moos, and B.-G. Andersson) 348, 553 – 554, 2006.

183.    Lyman Spitzer: Astronomer, Physicist, Engineer, and Mountaineer.
D. C. Morton
Proceedings of Symposium on The Spitzer Space Telescope: New Views of the Cosmos.
Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series (ed. L. Armus and W. T. Reach) 357, 1 – 6, 2006

184.    Energy Levels for the Stable Isotopes of Helium (4He I and 3He I).
D. C. Morton, Q. Wu, and G. W. F. Drake
Can. J. Phys. 84, 83-105, 2006.

185.    The UV Spectrum of HS 1700+6416, II FUSE Observations of the He II Lyman Alpha Forest
C. Fechner, D. Reimers, G. A. Kriss, R. Baade, W. P. Blair, M. L. Giroux, R. F. Green, H. W. Moos,
D. C. Morton, J. E. Scott, J. M. Shull, R. Simcoe, A. Songaila and W Zheng
Astron. Astrophys. 455, 91-106 2006.

186.    Nuclear Charge Radius for 3He.
D. C. Morton, Q. Wu, and G. W. F. Drake
Phys. Rev. A, 73, 034502, 1-3, 2006.

187.    A Multiplet Table for Neutral Helium (4He I) with Transition Rates.
G. W. F. Drake and D. C. Morton
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 170, 251-260, 2007.

188.    Gerhard Herzberg: Physicist, Chemist and Astronomer.
D. C. Morton
Invited talk in Classic Books of the Twentieth Century at the 234th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society,    Division of the History of Chemistry, Boston, MA, 2007

189.    Molecular Hydrogen in the Far Ultraviolet Explorer Translucent Lines of Sight: the Full Sample.
B. L. Rachford, T. P. Snow, J. D. Destree, T. L. Ross, R. Ferlet, S. D. Friedman, C. Gry, E. B.
Jenkins, D. C. Morton, B. D. Savage, J. M. Shull, P. Sonnentrucker, J. Tumlinson, A. Vidal-Madjar,
D. E. Welty, and D. G. York
Astrophys. J. Suppl. 180, 125-137, 2009.

190.    Precursors of the Hubble Space Telescope.
D. C. Morton
CD-ROM in 400 Years of Astronomical Telescopes, a Review of History, Science and Technology.
ed. B. R. Brandl, R. Stuik and J. K. Katgert-Merkelijn. Springer 2010.

191.    Relativistic Corrections to He I Transition Rates
D. C. Morton, P. Moffat and G. W. F. Drake
Can. J. Phys. 89, 129-134, 2011.

192.    Spin-forbidden Radiative Decay Rates from the 3 3P1,2 and 3 1P1 States of Helium.
D. C. Morton and G. W. F. Drake
Phys. Rev. A, 83, 042503, 1-3, 2011.

193.    The Naming of Two Rocky Mountains after Canadian Astronomers
D. C. Morton
J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Can. 105, 161-162, 2011.

194.    The Anglo-Australian Observatory from 1976 to 1986 and the People Who Made It Succeed.
D. C. Morton in Celebrating the AAO: Past present and Future, Ed. R. Cannon and D. Malin.
Commonwealth of Australia, 2011, pp 21-27.

195.    Contributions to Ultraviolet Space Astronomy from Groningen and Utrecht.
D. C. Morton
370 Years of Astronomy in Utrecht, ed. G. Pugliese, A. de Koter and M. Wijburg,
Astron. Soc. Pacific Conf. Series 470, 175-177, 2013.

196.    The Next Generation of Canadian Solar Flux Monitoring.
K. F. Tapping and D. C. Morton
Proceedings of Eclipse of the Coral Sea: Cycle 24 Ascending, ed. P. Cally, R. Eredely and A. Norton
J. Phys. Conf. Series 440, 012039, 2013.

197.    An Astronomer’s View of Climate Change.
D. C. Morton
J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Can. 108, 27, 2014.

198.    Oscillator Strengths and Radiative Decay Rates for Spin-changing S-P Transitions in Neutral Helium.
D. C. Morton and G. W. F. Drake
J. Phys. B in preparation