A Survey of Galaxy Kinematics to z ~ 1 in the TKRS/GOODS-N Field. I. Rotation and Dispersion Properties

@article{Weiner2006ASO,
  title={A Survey of Galaxy Kinematics to z ~ 1 in the TKRS/GOODS-N Field. I. Rotation and Dispersion Properties},
  author={Benjamin J. Weiner and Christopher N. A. Willmer and S. M. Faber and Jason Melbourne and Susan A. Kassin and Andrew Carleton Phillips and Justin J. Harker and Anne Julie Metevier and Nicole Paula Vogt and David C. Koo},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={653},
  pages={1027-1048}
}
We present kinematic measurements of a large sample of galaxies from the Team Keck Redshift Survey in the GOODS-N field. We measure line-of-sight velocity dispersions from integrated emission for 1089 galaxies with median redshift 0.637 and spatially resolved kinematics for a subsample of 380 galaxies. This is the largest sample of galaxies to z ~ 1 with kinematics to date and allows us to measure kinematic properties without morphological preselection. Emission-line widths provide a dynamical… 
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