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Differential Galaxy Evolution in Cluster and Field Galaxies at z ≈ 0.3
We measure spectral indexes for 1823 galaxies in the Canadian Network for Observational Cosmology 1 (CNOC1) sample of 15 X-ray luminous clusters at 0.18 5 A] but no [O II] emission [W0(O ) < 5 A],
Galaxy bimodality versus stellar mass and environment
We analyse a z < 0.1 galaxy sample from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey focusing on the variation in the galaxy colour bimodality with stellar mass M and projected neighbour density Σ, and on
The Bimodal Galaxy Color Distribution: Dependence on Luminosity and Environment
We analyze the u - r color distribution of 24,346 galaxies with Mr ≤ -18 and z < 0.08, drawn from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey first data release, as a function of luminosity and environment. The
Galaxy ecology: groups and low-density environments in the SDSS and 2dFGRS
We analyse the observed correlation between galaxy environment and Halpha emission-line strength, using volume-limited samples and group catalogues of 24 968 galaxies at 0.05 < z < 0.095, drawn from
Galaxy Star Formation as a function of Environment
We study the galaxy star formation rate (SFR) as a function of environment using the SDSS EDR data. We nd that the SFR is depressed in dense environments (clusters and groups) compared to the eld. We
The 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey: The environmental dependence of galaxy star formation rates near clusters
We have measured the equivalent width of the Hα emission line for 11 006 galaxies brighter than M_b-=-−19 (Ω_Λ = 0.7, Ω_m = 0.3, H_0 = 70 km s^(−1) Mpc^(−1)) at 0.05 < z < 0.1 in the 2dF Galaxy
The accretion of galaxies into groups and clusters
We use the galaxy stellar mass and halo merger tree information from the semi-analyticmodel galaxy catalogue of Font et al. (2008) to examine the accretion of galaxies into a large sample of groups
THE GEMINI CLUSTER ASTROPHYSICS SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY (GCLASS): THE ROLE OF ENVIRONMENT AND SELF-REGULATION IN GALAXY EVOLUTION AT z ∼ 1 ∗
We evaluate the effects of environment and stellar mass on galaxy properties at 0.85 9.3 the well-known correlations between environment and properties such as star-forming fraction (f SF), star
Evidence for Significant Growth in the Stellar Mass of Brightest Cluster Galaxies over the Past 10 Billion Years
Using new and published data, we construct a sample of 160 brightest cluster galaxies (BCGs) spanning the redshift interval 0.03 < z < 1.63. We use this sample, which covers 70 per cent of the
Ram pressure stripping the hot gaseous haloes of galaxies in groups and clusters
We use a large suite of carefully controlled full hydrodynamic simulations to study the ram pressure stripping of the hot gaseous haloes of galaxies as they fall into massive groups and clusters. The
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