Jonathan I. Katz

[my last name]@wuphys.wustl.edu

Department of Physics and McDonnell Center for the Space Sciences

Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.


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  1. Plasma Heating by Large-Amplitude, Low Frequency Electric Fields
    W. L. Kruer, J. I. Katz, J. Byers, and J. DeGroot
    Phys. Fl. 15, 1613 (1972)
  2. Anomalous Plasma Heating Induced by a Very Strong High-Frequency Electric Field
    J. S. DeGroot and J. I. Katz
    Phys. Fl. 16, 401 (1973)
  3. Turbulently Heated Distribution Functions and Perturbed Orbit Theory
    J. I. Katz, Jerome Weinstock, W. L. Kruer, J. S. DeGroot, and R. J. Faehl
    Phys. Fl. 16, 1519 (1973)
  4. Models for Carbon-Rich Stars with Helium Envelopes
    P. C. Joss, J. I. Katz, R. C. Malone, and E. E. Salpeter
    Ap. J. 181, 409 (1973)
  5. On the Anomalous Generation of Neutrons in Laser Plasmas
    J. I. Katz
    App. Phys. Lett. 23, 342 (1973)
  6. The 35-day Periodicity in Her X-1
    J. I. Katz
    Nature Phys. Sci. 246, 87 (1973)
  7. Models for Nuclei of Planetary Nebulae and Ultraviolet Stars
    J. I. Katz, R. C. Malone and E. E. Salpeter
    Ap. J. 190, 359 (1974)
  8. Multiple Star Systems and X-Ray Sources
    J. N. Bahcall, F. J. Dyson, J. I. Katz, and B. Paczynski
    Ap. J. (Letters) 189, L17 (1974)
  9. X-Ray Emission from Vibrating White Dwarfs
    J. I. Katz and E. E. Salpeter
    Ap. J. 193, 429 (1974)
  10. Simulation of Turbulent Plasma Heating by Moderately Strong Oscillating Two Stream Instabilities
    J. I. Katz, J. S. DeGroot, and R. J. Faehl
    Phys. Fl. 18, 1173 (1975)
  11. The Structure of DQ Herculis
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 200, 298 (1975)
  12. Sco X-1 and Cyg X-2 as Binary Systems
    J. I. Katz
    Astron.& Astrophys. 39, 241 (1975).
  13. Numerical Orbits Near the Triangular Lunar Libration Points
    J. I. Katz
    Icarus 23, 356 (1975)
  14. Two Kinds of Stellar Collapse
    J. I. Katz
    Nature 253, 698 (1975)
  15. Sco X-1 and Cyg X-2
    J. I. Katz
    Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 262, 400 (1975)
  16. Nonrelativistic Compton Scattering and Models of Quasars
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 206, 910 (1976)
  17. Hydrogen and Helium Lines in Theoretical Models of Scorpius X-1 and Cygnus X-2
    M. Milgrom and J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 205, 545 (1976)
  18. The Origin of X-Ray Sources in Clusters of Galaxies
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 207, 25 (1976)
  19. Reply to a Paper by Guthrie and Tademaru
    J. I. Katz and E. E. Salpeter
    CRSR 640 (1976) (Cornell University)
  20. A Periodic Train of Giant X-Ray Pulses
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. Lett. 18, 69 (1977)
  21. X-Rays from Spherical Accretion Onto Degenerate Dwarfs
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 215, 265 (1977)
  22. On the Nature of Aquila X-1
    B. Margon, J. I. Katz, and L. D. Petro
    Nature 271, 633 (1978)
  23. Short-Term Time Variability of Cygnus X-1 III
    M. C. Weisskopf, P. G. Sutherland, J. I. Katz, and C. R. Canizares
    Ap. J. (Letters) 223, L17 (1978)
  24. Synchronous Rotation in Magnetic X-Ray Binaries
    P. C. Joss, J. I. Katz, and S. A. Rappaport
    Ap. J. 230, 176 (1979)
  25. The Bizarre Spectrum of SS 433
    B. Margon, H. C. Ford, J. I. Katz, K. B. Kwitter, R. K. Ulrich, R. P. S. Stone, and A. Klemola
    Ap. J. (Letters) 230, L41 (1979)
  26. The Eddington Limit and Supercritical Accretion I. Time-Independent Calculations
    H. L. Burger and J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 236, 921 (1980)
  27. Flux Distributions and Colors of Accretion Discs
    P. Pacharintanakul and J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 238, 985 (1980)
  28. Acceleration, Radiation, and Precession in SS 433
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. (Letters) 236, L127 (1980)
  29. Semi-Empirical Estimates of Gravitational Wave Generation by Stellar Collapse
    J. I. Katz
    Nature 283, 551 (1980)
  30. Viscosity in Accretion Discs
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. Letters 20, 135 (1980)
  31. A Lower Limit on the Magnitude of the Companion to HDE 226868 (Cygnus X-1)
    A. W. Shafter, R. J. Harms, B. Margon, and J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 240, 612 (1980)
  32. Implications of Photometric and Spectroscopic Periods of SS 433
    J. I. Katz
    Astron. & Astrophys. 95, L15 (1981)
  33. Synchronous Extreme Spectral Variability of BE Ursae Majoris
    B. Margon, R. A. Downes, and J. I. Katz
    Nature 293, 200 (1981)
  34. Physical Processes in Gamma-Ray Bursts
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 260, 371 (1982)
  35. Nodding Motions of Accretion Rings and Discs: A Short Term Period in SS 433
    J. I. Katz, S. F. Anderson, B. Margon, and S. A. Grandi
    Ap. J. 260, 780 (1982)
  36. The Passage of a Star by a Supermassive Black Hole
    R. A. Nolthenius and J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 263, 377 (1982)
  37. Jitter in SS 433 - A Clue to the Collimation Mechanism?
    J. I. Katz and T. Piran
    Astrophysical Letters 23, 11 (1982)
  38. The Eddington Limit and Supercritical Accretion II. Time-Dependent Calculations
    H. L. Burger and J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 265, 393 (1983)
  39. The Infall of a Star Into a Massive Black Hole
    R. A. Nolthenius and J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 269, 297 (1983)
  40. Theory of Gamma Ray Bursts
    J. I. Katz
    in Positron-Electron Pairs in Astrophysics, M. L. Burns, A. K. Harding,
    and R. Ramaty, Editors; AIP Conference Proceedings 101, 65 (1983)
  41. Stellar Collapse, Pulsars, and Globular Clusters
    J. I. Katz
    Astron. & Astrophys. 128, L1 (1983)
  42. Some Methods for Searching for Weak Spectra
    J. I. Katz
    Astronomical Journal 89, 1429 (1984)
  43. Infrared Spectrum of Cygnus X-3
    J. I. Katz, E. L. Wright, and C. R. Lawrence
    Astronomical Journal 89, 1604 (1984)
  44. Accretion Discs
    J. I. Katz
    in Cataclysmic Variables and Low Mass X-Ray Binaries,
    J. Patterson, D. Q. Lamb, Editors (Reidel, 1985), p. 359
  45. Fluxes and Distances of Gamma-Ray Bursts
    B. J. Carrigan and J. I. Katz
    Astronomy Express 1, 89 (1984)
  46. Nonthermal Radiation from Neutron Stars
    J. I. Katz
    Astrophysical Letters 24 183 (1985)
  47. Jet Production in Super-Eddington Accretion Disks
    G. E. Eggum, F. V. Coroniti, and J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. (Letters) 298, L41 (1985)
  48. A Model of Propagating Brittle Failure in Heterogeneous Media
    J. I. Katz
    Journal of Geophysical Research 91, 10412 (1986).
  49. A Burgers Model of Interstellar Dynamics
    J. I. Katz and M. L. Green
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, 161, 139 (1986)
  50. SS433 -- Another View
    J. I. Katz
    Comments on Astrophysics, 11, 201 (1986)
  51. Comets, X-Ray Bursts, and Gamma-Ray Bursts
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 309, 253 (1986)
  52. An Instability of Radiative Acceleration
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 317, 264 (1987)
  53. Arcs, Light-Echoes, and Supergalaxies
    J. I. Katz
    Astron. Astrophys. 182, L19 (1987)
  54. Positron Annihilation at the Galactic Center
    B. J. Carrigan and J. I. Katz
    Astrophysical Journal 323, 557 (1987)
  55. Cold Thoughts on Nuclear Winter
    J. I. Katz
    Trans. Am. Nuc. Soc. 55, 26 (1987)
  56. Radiation-Hydrodynamic Calculation of Sub-Eddington Accretion Disks
    G. E. Eggum, F. V. Coroniti, and J. I.Katz
    Ap. J. 323, 634 (1987)
  57. Particle Acceleration in Accreting Magnetospheres
    J. I. Katz and I. A. Smith
    Ap. J. 326, 733 (1988)
  58. Disc Oscillations in Hercules X-1
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 326, 194 (1988)
  59. Superhardened Structures
    J. I. Katz
    J. Franklin Institute 325, 107 (1988)
  60. SS433
    J. I. Katz
    Proc. 13 Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, M. P. Ulmer, Editor
    (World Scientific, Singapore, 1987), p. 345
  61. Radiation-Hydrodynamic Calculation of Super-Eddington Accretion Disks
    G. E. Eggum, F. V. Coroniti, and J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 330, 142 (1988)
  62. Stellar X-Ray Sources
    J. I. Katz
    in Energy in Physics, War, and Peace, H. Mark and L. Wood, Editors,
    (Kluwer, Dordrecht, 1988), p. 175
  63. Predictions for Arc Polarization
    J. I. Katz and S. Jackson
    Astron. Ap. 197, 29 (1988)
  64. A Bound on X-Ray Laser Wavelengths
    J. I. Katz
    Nuovo Cimento 10D, 565 (1988)
  65. A New Model of PeV tex2html_wrap_inline232 -Ray Sources
    I. A. Smith and J. I. Katz
    in Proc. Joint Varenna-Abastumani Int. School and Workshop on Plasma Astrophysics
    (ESA-SP-285 V.I 1988), p. 243
  66. Flash-Photoionized Nebulae
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 340, 344 (1989)
  67. Internal Structure of PSR 0535-69 (SN 1987A)
    J. I. Katz
    Nature 339, 263 (1989)
  68. Arcs Around SN 1987A
    J. I. Katz
    Astron. Ap. 218, 289 (1989)
  69. Do AM Hercules White Dwarves Have Toroidal Internal Fields?
    J. I. Katz
    M.N.R.A.S. 239, 751 (1989)
  70. How to Approach a Traffic Light
    J. I. Katz
    Mathematics Magazine, 63, 226 (1990)
  71. Universal Particle Acceleration
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 367, 407 (1991)
  72. Neutron Stars: Physical Properties and Models
    J. I. Katz
    in The Astronomy and Astrophysics Encyclopedia (Van Nostrand-Reinhold, 1991)
  73. Proton Acceleration in Neutron Star Magnetospheres
    I. A. Smith, J. I. Katz, and P. H. Diamond
    in High Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy, ed. J. Mathews
    (New York: A.I.P., 1991), p. 232
  74. Synchronism and Synchronization in AM Herculis Stars
    J. I. Katz
    Comments on Ap. 15, 177 (1991)
  75. V1500 Cygni-A Prediction
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. Letters 374, L59 (1991)
  76. Particle Acceleration in Neutron Star Magnetospheres
    I. A. Smith, J. I. Katz, and P. H. Diamond
    Ap. J. 388, 148 (1992)
  77. Comments on ``Particle Gathering and Microstreaming Near Ultrasonically Activated Gas-Filled Micropores''
    J. I. Katz
    J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 91, 505 (1992)
  78. Radiation Transfer in Gamma-Ray Bursts
    B. J. Carrigan and J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 399, 100 (1992)
  79. Particle Acceleration in (By) Accretion Discs
    J. I. Katz
    in Particle Acceleration in Cosmic Plasmas, ed. G. Zank, T. Gaisser
    (AIP, New York, 1992), p. 279
  80. The Ptolemaic Gamma-Ray Burst Universe
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. Sp. Sci. 197, 163 (1992)
  81. Minimum Energy Configurations of Isotropic Ferromagnetic Shells
    J. I. Katz and D. R. Nelson
    J. Magnetism & Magnetic Materials 118, 47 (1993)
  82. Nova Dust Nucleation: Kinetics and Photodissociation
    D. J. Johnson, M. W. Friedlander, and J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 407, 714 (1993)
  83. A Burst of Speculation
    J. I. Katz
    in Compton Gamma-Ray Observatory, eds. M. Friedlander, N. Gehrels, and D. J. Macomb
    (AIP, New York, 1993), p. 1090
  84. Two Models and Populations of Gamma-Ray Bursts
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 422, 248 (1994)
  85. Jumping Droplets
    J. I. Katz
    Phys. Rev. E 49, 914 (1994)
  86. Failure of Magnetic Fields to Explain Rotation Curves of Spiral Galaxies
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. Sp. Sci. 213, 155 (1994)
  87. Radio and Optical Emission, Spectral Shapes and Breaks in GRB
    J. I. Katz
    in Gamma-Ray Bursts, eds. G. Fishman, J. Brainerd, and K. Hurley
    (AIP, New York, 1994), p. 529
  88. Low Frequency Spectra of Gamma-Ray Bursts
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. Lett. 432, L107 (1994)
  89. Delayed Hard Photons from Gamma-Ray Bursts
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. Lett. 432, L27 (1994)
  90. Yet Another Model of Soft Gamma Repeaters
    J. I. Katz, H. A. Toole, and S. H. Unruh
    Ap. J. 437, 727 (1994)
  91. The Eddington Limit and Soft Gamma Repeaters
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 463, 305 (1996)
  92. Long and Short GRB
    J. I. Katz and L. M. Canel
    Proc. 3rd Gamma Ray Burst Symposium, eds. C. Kouveliotou, M. S. Briggs, G. J. Fishman,
    (AIP, New York, 1996), p. 759
  93. The Long and the Short of GRB
    J. I. Katz and L. M. Canel
    Ap. J. 471, 915 (1996)
  94. A Precessing Disc in OJ287?
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 478, 527 (1997)
  95. Answer to Question #50: Temperature Dependence of the Index of Refraction
    J. I. Katz
    Am. J. Phys. 65, 942 (1997)
  96. Single Close Encounters Do Not Make Eccentric Planetary Orbits
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 484, 862 (1997)
  97. Yet Another Model of Gamma-Ray Bursts
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 490, 633 (1997) (astro-ph/9701176)
  98. Possible Evidence for Relativistic Shocks in Gamma-Ray Bursts
    E. Cohen, J. I. Katz, T. Piran, R. Sari, R. D. Preece, and D. L. Band
    Ap. J. 488, 330 (1997) (astro-ph/9703120)
  99. Persistent Counterparts to GRB
    J. I. Katz and T. Piran
    Ap. J. 490, 772 (1997); erratum Ap. J. 501, 425 (astro-ph/9706141)
  100. Implications of the Visible and X-Ray Counterparts to GRB970228
    J. I. Katz, T. Piran, and R. Sari
    Phys. Rev. Letters 80, 1580 (1998) (astro-ph/9703133)
  101. What Have We Learned from GRB Afterglows?
    J. I. Katz and T. Piran
    Proc. 4th Huntsville Gamma-Ray Burst Symposium,
    eds. C. A. Meegan, R. D. Preece, T. M. Koshut
    (AIP, New York, 1998), p. 689 (astro-ph/9712242)
  102. Statistics and Microphysics of the Fracture of Glass
    J. I. Katz
    J. Appl. Phys. 84, 1928 (1998) (cont-mat/9606158)
  103. Subsuns and Low Reynolds Number Flow
    J. I. Katz
    J. Atm. Sci. 55, 3358 (1998) (ao-sci/9609001)
  104. Jets from Collapsing Bubbles
    J. I. Katz
    Proc. Roy. Soc. A 455, 323--328 (1999) (physics/9610007)
  105. After HETE
    J. I. Katz
    Comments on Modern Phys. 1E, 1 (1999) (astro-ph/9612229)
  106. Gamma Ray Bursts vs. Afterglows
    J. I. Katz
    Astron. Ap. Suppl. 138, 531 (1999) (astro-ph/9812309)
  107. Electrostriction of Polar Polymers
    J. I. Katz and D. R. Nelson
    Phys. Rev. B (submitted) (cond-mat/9605184)
  108. A Cubic Micron of Equilibrium Pair Plasma?
    J. I. Katz
    Proc. 2nd Int. Workshop on Laboratory Astrophysics with Intense Lasers,
    ed. B. Remington, Ap. J. Suppl. 127, 371 (2000) (physics/9806027)
  109. Comment on ``Indication, from Pioneer 10/11, Galileo and Ulysses Data, of an Apparent Anomalous, Weak,
    Long-Range Acceleration''
    J. I. Katz
    Phys. Rev. Letters 83, 1892 (1999) (gr-qc/9809070)
  110. Radio Emission from Supernovae
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 555, 918 (2001) (astro-ph/9904053)
  111. Compton Electrons and Electromagnetic Pulse in Supernovae and Gamma-Ray Bursts
    J. I. Katz
    Proc. Conf. The Largest Explosions Since the Big Bang: Supernovae and Gamma-Ray Bursts,
    eds. M. Livio, K. Sahu, N. Panagia (Baltimore: STScI) (1999) p. 43 (astro-ph/9908217)
  112. Atomistics of Tensile Failure in Fused Silica: Weakest Link Models Revisited
    J. I. Katz
    SPIE 3848, 2 (1999)
    (cond-mat/0008388)
  113. Low Frequency Radio Pulses from Gamma-Ray Bursts?
    V. V. Usov and J. I. Katz
    Astron. Ap. 364, 655 (2000) (astro-ph/0002278)
  114. Filament Attachment Dynamics in Actin-Based Propulsion
    J. I. Katz and A. E. Carlsson
    Phys. Rev. E, submitted (physics/0505191)
  115. Detection of Neutron Sources in Cargo Containers
    J. I. Katz
    Science & Global Security 14 (2--3) 145--149 (2006)
  116. X-Radiography of Cargo Containers
    J. I. Katz, G. S. Blanpied, K. N. Borozdin and C. Morris
    Science & Global Security 15 (1) 49--56 (2007)
  117. When hot water freezes before cold [Mpemba effect]
    J. I. Katz
    Am. J. Phys. 77, (1) 27--29 (2009) (physics/0604224)
  118. Unified model of active galactic nuclei, black hole X-ray sources and gamma-ray bursts
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. submitted (astro-ph/0603772)
  119. Lessons Learned from Nonproliferation Successes and Failures
    J. I. Katz
    Comparative Strategy 27, 426--430 (2008)
  120. Circulation in Blowdown Flows
    J. I. Katz
    J. Pressure Vessel Tech. 131, 034501 (2009) arXiv: 0804.0261
  121. D. A. Williams, et al. (with 22 co-authors, including J. I. Katz)
    What Are Gamma-Ray Bursts---The Unique Role of Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Observations
    White paper submitted to the Stars and Stellar Evolution Science Frontier Panel of the Astro2010 Decadal Survey
    (arXiv:0902.3466)
  122. Climate Engineering Responses to Climate Emergencies, J. I. Katz (with nine co-authors), section: Preliminary Evaluation of Stratospheric Lofting Methods, Novim Foundation
    (arXiv:0907.5140 http://arxiv.org/abs/0907.5140)
  123. Thump, ring: The sound of a bouncing ball
    J. I. Katz
    Eur. J. Phys. 31, 849--856 (2010) (arXiv:0808.3278)
  124. Stratospheric Albedo Modification
    J. I. Katz
    Energy and Environmental Science 3, 1634--1644 (2010) (arXiv:0906.5307)
  125. Measuring (n,f) Cross-Sections of Short-Lived States
    J. I. Katz
    Trans. Am. Nucl. Soc. 101, 72--73 (2009)
  126. A Pedagogical "Toy" Bistable Climate Model
    J. I. Katz
    Appendix to Stratospheric Albedo Modification, Energy and Environmental Science 3 1634--1644 (2010) (arXiv:1002.1672)
  127. Measuring (n,f) Cross-Sections of Short-Lived States
    J. I. Katz
    Nucl. Sci. Eng. 168, 164--171 (2011) (arXiv:1003.4726)
    LLNL-JRNL-426234-DRAFT
  128. Viscoelastic Suppression of Gravity-Driven Counterflow Instability
    P. Beiersdorfer, D. Layne, E. W. Magee, J. I. Katz
    Physical Review Letters 106, 058301 (2011) (arXiv:1008.4595)
    Comments in Physics Update (Physics Today February 2011), Physics 4,9 (2011) (http://physics.aps.org/articles/v4/9), Nature Research Highlight (2011)
  129. A Von Neumann-Smagorinsky Turbulent Transport Model for Stratified Shear Flows
    B. M. Johnson, J. I. Katz and O. Schilling
    Int. J. Computational Fluid Dynamics 26, 173--179 (2012) (arXiv:0906.1368)
  130. Quantifying ``Cliffs'' in Design Space
    J. I. Katz
    J. Eng., Design and Tech. 12 (3) 374--388 (2014) (arxiv:1409.1855)
    http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JEDT-11-2012-0048
  131. Effective Medium Theory of Elastic Waves in Random Networks of Rods
    J. I. Katz, J. J. Hoffman, M. S. Conradi and J. G. Miller
    Physical Review E 85, 061923 (2012) (arXiv:1206.2912)
  132. Trends in U. S. Hourly Rainfall Statistics in a Warming Climate
    T. Muschinski and J. I. Katz
    Nature Climate Change 6, 577--580 DOI:10.1038/NCLIMATE1828 (2013)
  133. Ultrasonic attenuation and speed of sound of cornstarch suspensions
    B. Johnson, M. Holland, J. G. Miller and J. I. Katz
    J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 133, 1399--1403 (2013) (arXiv:1303.5116)
  134. Trends in U. S. Drought in a Warming Climate
    T. Muschinski and J. I. Katz
    (arXiv:1401.7368)
  135. Implications of an Anti-glitch in AXP/SGR
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. Sp. Sci. 349, 611 (2014) (arXiv:1307.0586)
  136. Coherent Emission in Fast Radio Bursts
    J. I. Katz
    Phys. Rev. D 89, 103009 (2014) (arXiv:1309.3538)
  137. A Mean Field Model of Layering Instability in Shearing Suspensions
    J. I. Katz
    Phys. Rev. E (Rapid Communication) 89, 021003 (2014) (arXiv:1309.4069)
    DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.89.021003
  138. Scanning of Vehicles for Nuclear Materials
    J. I. Katz
    AIP Conf. Proc. APS Short Course on Nuclear Weapon Issues in the 21st Century, eds. P. Corden, D. Hafemeister and P. Zimmerman, 1596, 225 (2014) (arXiv:1401.8193)
  139. What Perytons Aren't, and Might Be
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 788, 34 (2014) (arXiv:1403.0637)
  140. Hysteresis and Lubrication in Shear Thickening of Cornstarch Suspensions
    C. E. Chu, J. A. Groman, H. L. Sieber, J. G. Miller, R. J. Okamoto and J. I. Katz
    Phys. Rev. E submitted (2014) (arXiv:1405.7233)
  141. Plasma Temperature Inference from DT/DD Neutron Discrimination
    J. I. Katz
    Nucl. Sci. Eng. 180, 117-122 (2015) (arXiv:1406.2579)
  142. Fast Radio Burst Pulse Widths, Scattering and Distances
    J. I. Katz
    (arXiv:1409.5766)
  143. Rheology in the Teaching Lab: Properties of Starch Suspensions
    J. A. Groman, J. G. Miller and J. I. Katz
    Am. J. Phys. submitted (2014) (arXiv:1410.5371)
  144. A Study of the Occurrence of Supercooling of Water
    K.-C. Tan, W. Ho, J. I. Katz and S.-J. Feng
    Am. J. Phys. 84, 293--300 (2016) (arXiv:1412.8683) doi: 10.1119/1.4939792
  145. Decreasing U. S. Aridity in a Warming Climate
    J. Finkel, L. M. Canel-Katz and J. I. Katz
    Int. J. Climatology 36, 1560--1564 (2016) doi: 10.1002/joc.4421 2016IJCli..36.1560F
  146. Inferences from the Distributions of Fast Radio Burst Pulse Widths, Dispersion Measures and Fluences
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 818, 19 (2016) (arXiv:1505.06220)
  147. Comment on "Stress induction in the bacteria Shewanella oneidensis and Deinococcus radiodurans in response to below-background ionizing radiation", Castillo, et al.
    J. I. Katz
    Int. J. Rad. Biol. 92, 169--170 (2016) (arXiv:1510.04088)
    DOI: 10.3109/09553002.2015.1062571
  148. How Soft Gamma Repeaters Might Make Fast Radio Bursts
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. 826, 226 (2016) (arXiv:1512.04503)
  149. Trends in U. S. Storminess 1949--2009
    L. M. Canel and J. I. Katz
    Int. J. Climatology submitted (2017) arXiv:1701.06993
  150. Fast Radio Bursts---A Brief Review Some Questions, Fewer Answers
    J. I. Katz
    Mod. Phys. Lett. A 31, 1630013 (2016) arXiv:1604.01799
    DOI: 10.1142/S0217732316300135
  151. Sodium and cardiovascular disease

    Comment on Mente, O'Donnell, Rangarajan, et al. "Associations of urinary sodium excretion with cardiovascular events in individuals with and ithout hypertension: a pooled analysis of data from four studies"

    J. I. Katz
    The Lancet 388, 2112 (2016) arXiv:1606.06594
  152. Dimensional Bounds on Vircator Emission
    J. I. Katz
    IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci. 44 (12), 3268--3270 (2016) arXiv:1608.03634
    DOI: 10.1109/TPS.2016.2621071
  153. AR Sco: A White Dwarf Synchronar
    J. I. Katz
    Ap. J. in press (2017) arXiv:1609.07172 doi:10.3847/1538-4357/835/2/150
  154. Are FRB Wandering Narrow Beams?
    J. I. Katz
    MNRAS Lett. in press (2017) arXiv:1611.01243 doi:10.1093/mnrasl/slx014
  155. Reply to Burridge & Linden: Hot water may freeze sooner than cold
    J. I. Katz
    arXiv:1701.03219 (2017)
  156. Changing U.S. Extreme Temperature Statistics
    J. M. Finkel and J. I. Katz
    Int. J. Climatology submitted (2017) arXiv:1701.05224
  157. Fast Radio Bursts as Pulsar Lightning
    J. I. Katz
    MNRAS Lett. submitted (2017) arXiv:1702.02161
  158. Do FRB Mark Dark Core Collapse?
    J. I. Katz
    MNRAS Lett. submitted (2017) arXiv:1703.04226

BOOKS AND OTHER SUBJECTS

High Energy Astrophysics
J. I. Katz
Addison-Wesley (1987).

Limiting the Nuclear Club -- Iraq, North Korea, et al.
J. I. Katz
Strategic Review XXII, 74 (Winter 1994).

The Case Against Science Based Stockpile Stewardship
J. I. Katz
Privately circulated, available from the author; a heavily edited version appeared in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (November/December 1995).

The Biggest Bangs
J. I. Katz
Oxford University Press (2002).

Deception and Denial in Iraq: The Intelligent Adversary Corollary
J. I. Katz
Int. J. Intelligence and Counterintelligence 19, 577--585 (Winter 2006--2007).

Review of The Jasons (A. Finkbeiner, Viking, 2006)
J. I. Katz
Int. J. Intelligence and Counterintelligence 20, 175-180 (2007).

Review of Spying on the Bomb (J. Richelson, Norton, 2006)
J. I. Katz
Int. J. Intelligence and Counterintelligence 20, 557-560 (2007).

X-Ray Radiography for Container Inspection
J. I. Katz and C. Morris
Patent 7,957,505 (June 7, 2011)

Comment on "Scientific Regress" (First Things May 2016)
J. I. Katz
First Things, in press (2016) arXiv:1606.08714