A Survey of Galaxy Kinematics to z ~ 1 in the TKRS/GOODS-N Field. II. Evolution in the Tully-Fisher Relation

@article{Weiner2006ASO,
  title={A Survey of Galaxy Kinematics to z ~ 1 in the TKRS/GOODS-N Field. II. Evolution in the Tully-Fisher Relation},
  author={Benjamin J. Weiner and Christopher N. A. Willmer and S. M. Faber and Justin J. Harker and Susan A. Kassin and Andrew Carleton Phillips and Jason Melbourne and Anne Julie Metevier and Nicole Paula Vogt and David C. Koo},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={653},
  pages={1049-1069}
}
We use kinematic measurements of a large sample of galaxies from the Team Keck Redshift Survey in the GOODS-N field to measure evolution in the optical and near-IR Tully-Fisher (TF) relations to z = 1.2. We construct TF relations with integrated line-of-sight velocity widths of ~1000 galaxies in B and ~670 in J; these relations have large scatter, and we derive a maximum likelihood least-squares method for fitting in the presence of scatter. The B-band TF relations, from z = 0.4 to 1.2, show… 
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