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Star Formation in AEGIS Field Galaxies since z = 1.1: The Dominance of Gradually Declining Star Formation, and the Main Sequence of Star-forming Galaxies
We analyze star formation (SF) as a function of stellar mass (M☉) and redshift z in the All-Wavelength Extended Groth Strip International Survey. For 2905 field galaxies, complete to 10^10(10^10.8 )MExpand
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Mid-Infrared Selection of Active Galaxies
Mid-infrared photometry provides a robust technique for identifying active galaxies. While the ultraviolet to mid-infrared (λ 5 μm) continuum of stellar populations is dominated by the compositeExpand
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Black Hole Masses and Eddington Ratios at 0.3 < z < 4
We study the distribution of Eddington luminosity ratios, Lbol/LEdd, of active galactic nuclei (AGNs) discovered in the AGN and Galaxy Evolution Survey (AGES). We combine Hβ, Mg II, and C IV lineExpand
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A SPITZER-SELECTED GALAXY CLUSTER AT z = 1.62
We report the discovery of a galaxy cluster at z = 1.62 located in the Spitzer Wide-Area Infrared Extragalactic survey XMM-LSS field. This structure was selected solely as an overdensity of galaxiesExpand
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Star Formation in AEGIS Field Galaxies since z = 1.1: Staged Galaxy Formation and a Model of Mass-dependent Gas Exhaustion
We analyze star formation (SF) as a function of stellar mass (M☉) and redshift z in the All-Wavelength Extended Groth Strip International Survey, for star-forming field galaxies with M* ≳ 10^10 M☉Expand
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UBIQUITOUS OUTFLOWS IN DEEP2 SPECTRA OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT z = 1.4
Galactic winds are a prime suspect for the metal enrichment of the intergalactic medium (IGM) and may have a strong influence on the chemical evolution of galaxies and the nature of QSOExpand
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The Hubble Deep Field-North SCUBA Super-map - IV. Characterizing submillimetre galaxies using deep Spitzer imaging
We present spectral energy distributions (SEDs), Spitzer colours, and infrared (IR) luminosities for 850-μm selected galaxies in the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey Northern (GOODS-N) field.Expand
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CANDELS: The Progenitors of Compact Quiescent Galaxies at z ~ 2
We combine high-resolution Hubble Space Telescope/WFC3 images with multi-wavelength photometry to track the evolution of structure and activity of massive (M > 1010 M ?) galaxies at redshifts z =Expand
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The Major and Minor Galaxy Merger Rates at z < 1.5
Calculating the galaxy merger rate requires both a census of galaxies identified as merger candidates, and a cosmologically-averaged‘observability’ timescale hTobs(z)ifor identifying galaxy mergers.Expand
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The Stellar Mass Tully-Fisher Relation to z=1.2
We combine newly measured rotation velocities, velocity dispersions, and stellar masses to construct stellar mass Tully-Fisher relations (M*TFRs) for 544 galaxies with strong emission lines at 0.1 <Expand
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