AMICO galaxy clusters in KiDS-DR3: galaxy population properties and their redshift dependence

  title={AMICO galaxy clusters in KiDS-DR3: galaxy population properties and their redshift dependence},
  author={Mario Radovich and Crescenzo Tortora and Fabio Bellagamba and Matteo Maturi and Lauro Moscardini and E. Puddu and Mauro Roncarelli and Nivya Roy and Sandro Bardelli and Federico Marulli and Mauro Sereno and Fedor I. Getman and Nicola R. Napolitano},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
A catalogue of galaxy clusters was obtained in an area of 414 sq deg up to a redshift $z\sim0.8$ from the Data Release 3 of the Kilo-Degree Survey (KiDS-DR3), using the Adaptive Matched Identifier of Clustered Objects (AMICO) algorithm. The catalogue and the calibration of the richness-mass relation were presented in two companion papers. Here we describe the selection of the cluster central galaxy and the classification of blue and red cluster members, and analyze the main cluster properties… 
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