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  1. Can the discrepancy between locally and globally derived neutral hydrogen mass functions be explained by a varying value of M*?Minchin R. F., 2017, ApJ, 847, 49.
  2. Kinematic clues to the origin of starless HI clouds: dark galaxies or tidal debris?” Taylor R., Davies J. I., Jáchym P., Keenan O., Minchin R. F., Palouš J., Smith R., Wünsch R., 2017, MNRAS, 467, 3648.
  3. NIBLES: an HI census of stellar mass selected SDSS galaxies. II. Arecibo follow-up HI observations.” Butcher Z., Schneider S., van Driel W., Lehnert M., Minchin R., 2016, A&A, 596, A60.
  4. NIBLES: an HI census of stellar mass selected SDSS galaxies: I. The Nançay HI survey.” van Driel W., Butcher Z., Schneider S., Lehnert M. D., Minchin R., Blyth S.-L., Chemin L., Hallet N., Joseph T., Kotze P., Kraan-Korteweg R. C., Olofsson A. O. H., Ramatsolu M., 2016, A&A, 595, A118.
  5. Attack of the flying snakes: formation of isolated HI clouds By fragmentation of long streams.” Taylor R., Davies J. I., Jáchym P. Keenan O., Minchin R. F., Palouš J., Smith R., Wünsch R., 2016, MNRAS, 461, 3001.
  6. Can galaxy growth be sustained through HI-rich minor mergers?” Lehnert M. D., van Driel W., Minchin R., 2016, A&A, 590, A51.
  7. The Arecibo Galaxy Environment Survey X: The Structure of Halo Gas Around M33.” Keenan O., Davies J., Taylor R., Minchin R., 2016, MNRAS, 456, 951.
  8. The Arecibo Galaxy Environment Survey IX: the isolated galaxy sample.Minchin R. F., Auld R., Davies J. I., Karachentsev I. D., Keenan O. C., Momjian E., Rodriguez R., Taber T., Taylor R., 2016, MNRAS, 455, 3430.
  9. A blind HI mass function from the Arecibo Ultra-Deep Survey (AUDS).” Hoppmann L., Staveley-Smith L., Freudling W., Zwaan M. A., Minchin R. F., Calabretta M. R., 2015, MNRAS, 452, 3726.
  10. The ALFA ZOA Deep Survey: First Results.” McIntyre T. P., Henning P. A., Minchin R. F., Momjian E., Butcher Z., 2015, AJ, 150, 28.
  11. The Arecibo Galaxy Environment Survey VII: A dense filament with extremely long HI streams.” Taylor R., Minchin R. F., Herbst H., Davies J. I., Rodriguez R., Vazquez C., 2014, MNRAS, 443, 2634.
  12. The Arecibo Galaxy Environment Survey VIII: Discovery of an isolated dwarf galaxy in the Local Volume.” Taylor R., Minchin R.F., Herbst H., Smith R., 2014, MNRAS, 442, L46.
  13. SIGGMA: A Survey of Ionized Gas in the Galaxy, Made with the Arecibo Telescope.” Liu B., McIntyre T., Terzian Y., Minchin R., Anderson L., Churchwell E., Lebron M., Anish Roshi D., 2013, AJ, 146, 80.
  14. A blind HI survey in the Ursa Major region.” Wolfinger K., Kilborn V. A., Koribalski B. S., Minchin R. F., Boyce P. J., Disney M. J., Lang R. H., Jordan C. A., MNRAS, 2013, 428, 1790.
  15. The Arecibo Galaxy Environment Survey VI: The Virgo Cluster (II).” Taylor R., Davies J. I., Auld R., Minchin R., Smith R., 2013, MNRAS, 428, 459.
  16. The Arecibo Galaxy Environment Survey V: The Virgo Cluster (I).” Taylor R., Davies J. I., Auld R., Minchin R., 2012, MNRAS, 423, 787.
  17. Two long HI tails in the outskirts of Abell 1367.” Scott T. C., Cortese L., Brinks E., Bravo-Alfaro H., Auld R., Minchin R., 2012, MNRAS, 419, L19.
  18. Discovery and Follow-up of a Nearby Galaxy from the Arecibo Zone of Avoidance Survey.” McIntyre T. P., Minchin R. F., Momjian E., Henning P. A., Kaur A., Parton B., 2011, ApJ, 739, L26 (EVLA special edition).
  19. The Arecibo Galaxy Environments Survey IV: the NGC 7448 region and the HI mass function.” Davies J. I., Auld R., Burns L., Cortese L., Minchin R., Momjian E., Schneider S., Smith M., Taylor R., van Driel W., 2011, MNRAS, 415, 1883.
  20. Deep 21-cm HI Observations at z ≈ 0.1: The Arecibo Ultra Deep Survey.” Freudling W., Staveley-Smith L., Catinella B., Minchin R., Calabretta M., Momjian E., Zwaan M., Meyer M., O'Neil K., 2011, ApJ, 727, 40.
  21. The Arecibo Galaxy Environment Survey III: Observations toward the Galaxy Pair NGC 7332/7339 and the Isolated Galaxy NGC 1156.Minchin R. F., Momjian E., Auld R., Davies J. I., Valls-Gabaud D., Karachentsev I. D., Henning P. A., O'Neil K. L., Schneider S., Smith M. W. L., Stage M. D., Taylor R., van Driel W., 2010, AJ, 140, 1093.
  22. The Discovery of Host Galaxy HI Absorption in CTA 21.” Salter C. J., Saikia D. J., Minchin R., Ghosh T., Chandola Y., 2010, ApJ, 715L, 117.
  23. The Arecibo L-band Feed Array Zone of Avoidance Survey I: Precursor Observations through the Inner and Outer Galaxy.” Henning P. A., Springob C. M., Minchin R. F., Momjian E., Catinella B., McIntyre T., Day F., Muller E., Koribalski B., Rosenberg J. L., Schneider S., Staveley-Smith L., van Driel W., 2010, AJ, 139, 2130.
  24. The Arecibo Arp 220 Spectral Census I: Discovery of the Pre-Biotic Molecule Methanimine and New Cm-wavelength Transitions of Other Molecules.” Salter C. J., Ghosh T., Catinella B., Lebron M., Lerner M. S., Minchin R., Momjian E., 2008, AJ, 136, 389.
  25. The Arecibo Galaxy Environment Survey: II. A HI view of the Abell cluster 1367 and its outskirts.”Cortese L., Minchin R. F., Auld R. R., Davies J. I., Catinella B., Momjian E., Rosenberg J. L.. Taylor R., Gavazzi G., O'Neil K., Baes M., Boselli A., Bothun G., Koribalski B., Schneider S., van Driel W., 2008, MNRAS, 323, 1519.
  26. 21-cm synthesis observations of VIRGOHI 21 – a possible dark galaxy in the Virgo Cluster.Minchin R., Davies J., Disney M., Grossi M., Sabatin S., Boyce P., Garcia D., Impey C., Jordan C., Lang R., Marble A., Roberts S., van Driel W., 2007, ApJ, 670, 1056.
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  27. Star formation history and evolution of gas-rich dwarf galaxies in the Centaurus A group.” Grossi M., Disney M. J., Pritzl B. J., Knezek P. M., Gallagher J. S., Minchin R. F., Freeman K. C., 2007, MNRAS, 374, 107.
  28. The Northern HIPASS catalogue – Data presentation, completeness and reliability measures.” Wong O. I. et al., 2006, MNRAS, 371, 1855.
  29. The Arecibo Galaxy Environment Survey: Precursor Observations of the NGC 628 group.” Auld R. et al., 2006, MNRAS, 371, 1617.
  30. The existence and detection of optically dark galaxies by 21cm surveys.” Davies J. I., Disney M. J., Minchin R. F., Auld R., Smith R., 2006, MNRAS, 368, 1479.
  31. The Arecibo Legacy Fast ALFA Survey: I. Science Goals, Survey Design and Strategy.” Giovanelli R. et al., 2005, AJ, 130, 2598.
  32. The HIPASS Catalogue – III. Optical counterparts & isolated dark galaxies.” Doyle M. T. et al., 2005, MNRAS, 361, 35.
  33. A Dark Hydrogen Cloud in the Virgo Cluster.Minchin R., Davies J., Disney M., Boyce P., Garcia D., Jordan C., Kilborn V., Lang R., Robert S., Sabatini S., van Driel W., 2005, ApJ, 622, L21.
  34. Two Isolated HI Clouds in the Virgo Cluster?” van Driel W., Davies J., Minchin R., Sabatini S., Baes M., Boyce P., de Blok E., Disney M., Evans R., Kilborn V., Lang R., Linder S., Roberts S., Smith R., 2005, Baltic Astronomy, 14, 425.
  35. The cosmological significance of low surface brightness galaxies found in a deep blind neutral hydrogen survey.Minchin R. F., Disney M. J., Parker Q. A., Boyce P. J., de Blok W. J. G., Banks G. D., Ekers R. D., Freeman K. C., Garcia D. A., Gibson B. K., Grossi M., Haynes R. F., Knezek P. M., Lang R. H., Malin D. F., Price R. M., Putman M., Stewart I. M., Wright A. E., 2004, MNRAS, 355, 1303.
  36. The HI detection of low column density clouds and galaxies.” Linder S. M., Minchin R. F., Davies J. I., Baes M., Evans R., Roberts S., Sabatini S., Smith R., 2004, MNRAS, 353, 201.
  37. The 1000 Brightest HIPASS Galaxies: HI Properties.” Koribalski B. S. et al., 2004, AJ, 128, 16.
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  38. The HIPASS catalogue – II. Completeness, reliability and parameter accuracy.” Zwaan M. A. et al., 2004, MNRAS, 350, 1210.
  39. The HIPASS catalogue – I. Data presentation.” Meyer M. J. et al., 2004, MNRAS, 350, 1195.
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  40. A multibeam HI survey of the Virgo cluster – two isolated HI clouds?” Davies J., Minchin R., Sabatini S., van Driel W., Baes M., Boyce P., de Blok W. J. G., Disney M., Evans R., Kilborn V., Lang R., Linder S., Roberts S., Smith R. 2004, MNRAS, 349, 922.
  41. HIDEEP – An extragalactic blind survey for very low column-density neutral hydrogen.Minchin R. F. et al., 2003, MNRAS, 346, 787.
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  42. Anomalous Evolution of the Dwarf Galaxy HIPASS J1321-31.” Pritzl B. J., Knezek P. M., Gallagher J. S., III, Grossi M., Disney M. J., Minchin R. F., Freeman K. C., Tolstoy E., Saha A., 2003, ApJ, 596, L47.
  43. First results from the HI Jodrell All Sky Survey: inclination-dependent selection effects in a 21-cm blind survey.” Lang R. H., Boyce P. J., Kilborn V. A., Minchin R. F., Disney M. J., Jordan C. A., Grossi M., Garcia D. A., Freeman K. C., Phillipps S., 2003, MNRAS, 342, 738.
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  44. The 1000 Brightest HIPASS Galaxies: The HI Mass Function and ΩHI.” Zwaan M. A. et al., 2003, AJ, 125, 2842.
  45. The large scale distribution of neutral hydrogen in the Fornax region.” Waugh M. et al., 2002, MNRAS, 337, 641.
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  46. The 1000 Brightest HIPASS Galaxies: Newly Cataloged Galaxies.” Ryan-Weber E. et al., 2002, AJ, 124, 1954.
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  47. A Catalog of HI-Selected Galaxies from the South Celestial Cap Region of Sky.” Kilborn V. A. et al., 2002, AJ, 124, 690.
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  48. HIPASS High-Velocity Clouds:Properties of the Compact and Extended Populations.” Putman M. E. et al., 2002, AJ, 123, 873.
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  49. A Blind HI Survey of the M81 Group.” Boyce P. J., Minchin R. F., Kilborn V. A., Disney M. J., Lang R. H., Jordan C. A., Grossi M., Lyne A. G., Cohen R. J., Morison I. M., Phillipps, S., 2001, ApJ, 560, L127.
  50. HIPASS Detection of an Intergalactic Gas Cloud in the NGC 2442 Group.” Ryder S. D. et al., 2001, ApJ, 555, 232.
  51. The HI Parkes All Sky Survey: southern observations, calibration and robust imaging.” Barnes D. G. et al., 2001, MNRAS, 322, 486.
  52. An Extragalactic HI Cloud with No Optical Counterpart?” Kilborn V. A. et al., 2000, AJ, 120, 1342.
  53. New Galaxies Discovered in the First Blind HI Survey of the Centaurus A Group.” Banks G. D. et al., 1999, ApJ, 524, 612.
  54. Deep observations with the Parkes 21-cm multibeam system.” Disney M. J., Boyce P. J., Banks G. D., Minchin R. F., Wright A. E., 1999, PASA, 16, 66.
  55. Finding the bivariate brightness distribution of galaxies from an HI selected sample.Minchin R. F., 1999, PASA, 16, 12.

Books & Theses

  1. The Evolution of Galaxies through the Neutral Hydrogen Window.Minchin R., Momjian E. (eds.), 2008, AIP Conf. Proc., 1035.
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  2. Properties of galaxies found in a deep blind neutral hydrogen survey.Minchin R. F., 2001, PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
  3. The cores of galaxies in the Coma cluster.Minchin R. F., 1997, MSci Dissertation, University of Durham.