On 16/12/14, 71 ADS entries mention IPHAS in the title (31 of which are refereed), while 143 ADS entries mention IPHAS in the abstract (61 of which are refereed)

IPHAS Data Release 2 took place in September 2014 (paper 3, in the first table below)

Link and Title Doc. type Authors Description, reference
The core survey papers
1. The INT Photometric Hα Survey of the Northern Galactic Plane (IPHAS) ADS J. E. Drew,
R. Greimel et al.
IPHAS survey definition paper
2005 MNRAS 362 753
2. Initial Data Release from the INT Photometric H-alpha Survey of the Northern Galactic Plane (IPHAS) ADS E. Gonzalez-Solares,
N. A. Walton, et al.
A description of the Initial Data Release, developed as a VO-compatible database.
2008 MNRAS 388 89
3. The Second Data Release of the INT Photometric H-alpha Survey of the Northern Galactic Plane (IPHAS DR2) ADS G. Barentsen,
H. J. Farnhill, et al.
A description of IPHAS DR2. It covers 92 percent of the survey footprint, and incorporates a global calibration.
2014 MNRAS 444 3230
Refereed science papers based primarily on IPHAS data
1. The shaping of planetary nebula Sh 2-188 through interaction with the interstellar medium ADS C. E. Wareing,
A. A. Zijlstra, et al.
2006 MNRAS 366 387
2. The properties of cataclysmic variables in photometric Hα surveys ADS A. R. Witham,
C. Knigge, et al.
2006 MNRAS 369 581
3. The "Principes de Asturias" nebula: a new quadrupolar planetary nebula from the IPHAS survey ADS A. Mampaso,
R. Corradi, et al.
2006 A&A 458 203
4. Newly Discovered Cataclysmic Variables from the INT/WFC Photometric H alpha Survey of the Northern Galactic Plane ADS A. R. Witham,
C. Knigge, et al.
2007 MNRAS 382 1158
5. The IPHAS Catalogue of H-alpha Emission Line Sources in the Northern Galactic Plane ADS A. R. Witham,
C. Knigge, et al.
The first catalogue of high-confidence candidate emission line stars selected from the IPHAS database.
2008 MNRAS 384 1277
6. IPHAS and the symbiotic stars. I. Selection method and first discoveries ADS R. Corradi, et al. 2008 A&A 480 409
7. Early A stars from IPHAS, and their distribution in and around Cyg OB2 ADS J. E. Drew, et al. 2008 MNRAS 386 1761
8. IPHAS discoveries of young stars towards Cyg OB2 and its southern periphery ADS J. S. Vink, et al. 2008 MNRAS 387 308
9. Extremely red stellar objects revealed by IPHAS ADS N. J. Wright,
R. Greimel, et al.
2008 MNRAS 390 929
10. A planetary nebula around nova V458 Vul undergoing flash ionization ADS R. Wesson,
M. J. Barlow, et al.
2008 ApJL 688 L21
11. High Spatial Resolution Galactic 3D Extinction Mapping with IPHAS ADS S. E. Sale,
J. E. Drew, et al.
2009 MNRAS 392 497
12. IPHAS A-type stars with mid-IR excesses in Spitzer surveys ADS A. S. Hales, et al. 2009 ApJ 695 75
13. An IPHAS-based search for accreting very low-mass objects using VO tools ADS L. Valdivieso,
E. L. Martin et al.
2009 A&A 497 973
14. New Young Planetary Nebulae in IPHAS ADS K. Viironen,
A. Mampaso et al.
2009 A&A 502 113
15. The IPHAS-POSS-I proper motion survey of the Galactic Plane ADS N. R. Deacon,
P. J. Groot et al.
2009 MNRAS 397 1685
The catalogue is here
16. Candidate planetary nebulae in the IPHAS photometric catalogue ADS K. Viironen,
R. Greimel et al.
2009 A&A 504 291
17. Near-IR spectra of IPHAS extremely red Galactic AGB stars ADS N. J. Wright,
M. J. Barlow et al.
2009 MNRAS 400 1413
18. The Structure of the Outer Galactic Disc as revealed by IPHAS early A Stars ADS S. E. Sale,
J. E. Drew et al.
2010 MNRAS 402 713
19. IPHAS and the symbiotic stars. II. New discoveries and a sample of the most common mimics ADS R. L. M. Corradi et al. 2010 A&A 509 41
20.. The ongoing outburst of the new symbiotic star IPHASJ190832.31+051226.6 ADS R. L. M. Corradi et al. 2010 A&A 509 L9
21. New candidate planetary nebulae in the IPHAS survey: the case of planetary nebulae with ISM interaction ADS L. Sabin, A. A. Zijlstra
et al.
2010 PASA 27 166
22. The Necklace: equatorial and polar outflows from the binary central star of the new planetary nebula IPHASX J194359.5+170901 ADS R. L. M. Corradi,
L. Sabin et al.
2011 MNRAS 410 1349
23. IPHAS extinction distances to planetary nebulae ADS C. Giammanco,
S. E. Sale et al.
2011 A&A 525 58
24. The new carbon symbiotic star IPHAS J205836.43+503307.2 ADS R. L. M. Corradi et al. 2011 A&A 529 56
25. A new planetary nebula in the outer reaches of the Galaxy ADS K. Viironen et al. 2011 A&A 530 107
26. T Tauri candidates and accretion rates using IPHAS: method and application to IC 1396 ADS G. Barentsen et al. 2011 MNRAS 415 103
27. First results of an Hα-based search for classical Be stars in the Perseus Arm and beyond ADS R. Raddi et al. 2013 MNRAS 430 2169
28. New Galactic supernova remnants discovered with IPHAS ADS L. Sabin et al. 2013 MNRAS 431 279
29. IPHAS and the symbiotic stars. III New discoveries and their IR spectral energy distributions ADS E. R. Rodriguez-Flores et al. 2014 A&A 567 A49
30. A 3D extinction map of the Northern Galactic Plane based on IPHAS photometry ADS S. E. Sale et al. The calculation of a full set of extinction-distance curves based on IPHAS DR2 are described.
2014 MNRAS 443 2907
31. First release of the IPHAS catalogue of new extended planetary nebulae ADS L. Sabin et al. 2014 MNRAS 443 3388
32. A deep catalogue of classical Be stars in the direction of the Perseus Arm: spectral types and interstellar reddening ADS R. Raddi et al. 2015 MNRAS 446 274
A selection of other refereed papers using IPHAS data
1. The enigma of the oldest `nova': the central star and nebula of CK Vul ADS M. Hajduk,
A. A. Zijlstra, et al.
2007 MNRAS 378 1298
2. The New Contact Binary GSC 2414-0797 ADS R. M. Robb, et al. 2008 IBVS 5852 1
3. The UKIDSS Galactic Plane Survey ADS P. W. Lucas, et al. 2008 MNRAS 391 136
4. The massive star-forming region Cygnus OB2. I. Chandra catalog of association members ADS N. J. Wright, et al. 2009 ApJS 184 84
5. The massive star-forming region Cygnus OB2. II. Integrated stellar properties and the star formation history ADS N. J. Wright, et al. 2009 ApJ 713 871
6. The nature of G52.381-0.849 and G56.240-0.345: young stellar objects associated with extended mid-infrared emission ADS J. P. Phillips, et al. 2010 MNRAS 402 1657
7. Searching for faint planetary nebulae using the Digital Sky Survey ADS G. H. Jacoby, et al. 2010 PASA 27 156
8. Virtual observatory based identification of AXJ194939+2631 as a new cataclysmic variable ADS Y. I. Zolotukhin,
I. V. Chilingarian
2011 A&A 526 84
9. NSV 11749, an elder sibling of the born-again stars V605 Aql and V4334 Sgr? ADS M. M. Miller Bertolami
et al.
2011 ApJ 743 L33
10. Photo-evaporating proplyd-like objects in Cygnus OB2 ADS N. J. Wright et al. 2012 ApJ 746 L21
11. Optical Photometric GTC/OSIRIS observations of the young massive association Cyg OB2 ADS M. Guarcello, et al. 2012 ApJS 202 19
12. IPHAS J062746.41+014811.3: A Deeply Eclipsing Intermediate Polar ADS A. Aungwerojwit et al. 2012 ApJ 758 79
13. The planetary nebula IPHASX J211420.0+434136 (Ou5): insights into common-envelope dynamical and chemical evolution ADS R. L. M. Corradi et al. 2014 MNRAS 441 2799
Unrefereed contributions and telegrams (incomplete)
1. Imaging resources for the GTC: IPHAS PS (gz)
(569 kB)
A. Mampaso
& R. Corradi
Proceedings of the Second International Conference "Science with the GTC".
2005 Rev.Mex.A&A Conf.Sers, 24, p52
2. IPHAS: Surveying the Northern Galactic Plane in Hα PDF
(6.7 MB)
J. E. Drew,
D. J. Lennon et al.
Article in ING Newsletter No. 9, issued March 2005
3. The progenitor of Nova Cyg 2006 (=V2362 Cyg) HTML D. Steeghs,
R. Greimel, et al.
ATEL no. 795, 15 April 2006
4. IPHAS 1x1 sq.arcmin pre-nova images of V2362 Cyg on 3 August 2004 PDF
(98 kB)
Reduced IPHAS images obtainable from CASU dqc
5. The progenitor of Nova Cygni 2007 (=V2467 Cyg) HTML D. Steeghs, et al. ATEL no. 1031, 22 March 2007
6. IPHAS identification of IGR J19267+1325 as a cataclysmic variable HTML D. Steeghs,
C. Knigge, et al.
ATEL no. 1653, 11 August 2008
7. High spatial resolution empirical 3D extinction mapping with IPHAS ADS S. E. Sale et al. 2009 IAUS 254 67
8. A pile of new Planetary Nebulae in the Galactic Plane ADS A. Mampaso et al. 2009 RMxAC 35 103
9. New generation optical and near-infrared surveys of the Galactic Plane ADS R. Corradi,
& A. Mampaso
2009 RMxAC 35 257
10. Galactic AGB stars from the IPHAS survey ADS N. Wright,
M. J. Barlow, et al.
IAU GA SpS 8 contribution
11. The optical counterpart of the new Fermi LAT flaring source J0109+6134 near the Galactic Plane HTML C. Knigge, et al. ATEL no. 2429, 10 February 2010
12. New and old roles for narrowband Hα ADS J. E. Drew 2010 HiA 15 778
13. High spatial resolution Galactic 3D extinction mapping with IPHAS ADS S. E. Sale,
J. E. Drew
2010 HiA 15 785
14. Virtual observatory access to the IPHAS data releases ADS N. A. Walton et al. 2010 HiA 15 803
15. Galactic AGB stars from the IPHAS survey ADS N. J. Wright et al. 2010 HiA 15 813
16. IPHAS A-type stars with mid-IR excesses in Spitzer surveys ADS A. S. Hales et al. 2010 HiA 15 815
17. Search for new planetary nebulae with the IPHAS Hα survey ADS L. Sabin,
R. L. M. Corradi,
A. Mampaso
2011 RMxAC 40 183
18. The progenitor of Nova Monocerotis 2012 HTML R. Greimel, et al. ATEL no. 4365, 10 September 2012
19. Spectral classification and physical parameters of Be stars in the Perseus Arm with the BCD System ADS L. Gkouvelis, et al. in "Massive Stars: from α to Ω" June 2013,
2013msao conf.E 67G
20. Pre-outburst photometry of PNV J06483343+0656236 HTML B. T. Gaensicke, et al. ATEL no. 6751, 25 November 2014
Selected theses, proposals and other documents
Hunting for Cataclysmic Variables using H-alpha Surveys PDF
(9.4 MB)
Andrew Witham 2007, PhD Thesis, Southampton University
Study of Planetary Nebulae in the Galactic Plane: IPHAS and SCUBA HTML Laurence Sabin 2008, PhD Thesis, University of Manchester
The UV-Excess Survey of the Northern Galactic Plane (UVEX) ADS P. Groot,
K. Verbeek et al.
2009 MNRAS 399 323