I'd like to learn more about stellar streams and possibly create an observing program around them.
This seems to be an unpopular area among observers, but I'm very curious about these "bridge objects" between open clusters and field stars. I also understand Gaia data will generate a lot of new discoveries and I would like to stay on top of things, particularly when they can be observed with modest equipment.
A few papers (sourced by Craig Crossen) are listed below. They contain references for further reading but if you know of additional / recent research or articles, I would be happy to hear from you. Private messages are also welcome. Thanks!
Stellar kinematic groups. I - The Ursa Major group
Soderblom, D. R. & Mayor, M.
Astronomical Journal 105, 226-249
The Sirius supercluster
Palous, J. & Hauck, B.
Astronomy and Astrophysics 162, 54-61
A physical study of the Ursa Major cluster
Loden, L. O.
Astronomy and Astrophysics Supplement Series 53, 33-42