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Reeb Stability for Noncompact Leaves in Foliated 3-Manifolds
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society
Conditions are investigated under which a proper leaf has a trivally foliated, saturated neighborhood. We consider transversely orientable foliations of closed, orientable 3-manifolds by (necessarily orientable) surfaces. These hypotheses will be assumed throughout, save mention to the contrary. Definition. A surface L has the C'-stability property if, whenever L is homeomorphic to a proper leaf of a Cr foliation S~, that leaf admits an open, ^-saturated neighborhood U, fibered over Sx by ^\U. C "-stability property [Im, p. 622].doi:10.2307/2043539 fatcat:7gcvoy7xongmli5vmwy6spdwye