Published by Duke University Press since its inception in 1935, the Duke Mathematical Journal is one of the world's leading mathematical journals. DMJ emphasizes the most active and influential areas of current mathematics. Advance publication of articles online is available.

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  • Publisher: Duke University Press
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Chern slopes of surfaces of general type in positive characteristic

Giancarlo Urzúa Volume 166, Number 5 (2017)
Abstract

Let k be an algebraically closed field of characteristic p>0, and let C be a nonsingular projective curve over k. We prove that for any real number x2, there are minimal surfaces of general type X over k such that (a) c12(X)>0, c2(X)>0, (b) π1e´t(X)π1e´t(C), and (c) c12(X)/c2(X) is arbitrarily close to x. In particular, we show the density of Chern slopes in the pathological Bogomolov–Miyaoka–Yau interval (3,) for any given p. Moreover, we prove that for C=P1 there exist surfaces X as above with H1(X,OX)=0, that is, with Picard scheme equal to a reduced point. In this way, we show that even surfaces with reduced Picard scheme are densely persistent in [2,) for any given p.