## Harmonic Maps: Selected Papers of James Eells and CollaboratorsThese original research papers, written during a period of over a quarter of a century, have two main objectives. The first is to lay the foundations of the theory of harmonic maps between Riemannian Manifolds, and the second to establish various existence and regularity theorems as well as the explicit constructions of such maps. |

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### Contents

1 with J H Sampson Harmonic mappings of Riemannian manifolds | 1 |

17 On equivariant harmonic maps Proc ShanghaiHefei Symp | 17 |

Proc U S Japan Sem Diff Geom Kyoto 1965 pp 2233 62 | 22 |

4 with J C Wood Restrictions on harmonic maps of surfaces | 75 |

5 The surfaces of Delaunay Math Intelligencer 9 1987 5357 | 90 |

8 with L Lemaire Deformations of metrics and associated | 118 |

9 with P Baird A conservation law for harmonic maps | 131 |

10 with J C Wood Maps of minimum energy | 156 |

19 Gauss maps of surfaces Perspectives in Mathematics | 286 |

12 with J C Wood Harmonic maps from surfaces | 303 |

20 Minimal branched immersions into threemanifolds | 305 |

22 Certain variational principles in Riemannian geometry | 371 |

23 with KC Chang Harmonic maps and minimal surface | 386 |

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28 with L Lemaire Another report on harmonic maps Bull London Math | 434 |

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