Angular clustering and host halo properties of [OII] emitters at $z>1$ in the Subaru HSC survey

@inproceedings{Okumura2020AngularCA,
  title={Angular clustering and host halo properties of [OII] emitters at \$z>1\$ in the Subaru HSC survey},
  author={T. Okumura and M. Hayashi and I. Chiu and Yen-ting Lin and K. Osato and B. Hsieh and Sheng-Chieh Lin},
  year={2020}
}
We study the angular correlation function of star-forming galaxies and properties of their host dark matter halos at z>1 using the Hyper-Suprime Cam (HSC) SSP survey. We use [OII] emitters identified using two narrow-band (NB) filters, NB816 and NB921, in the Deep/UltraDeep layers, which respectively cover large angular areas of 16.3 deg^2 and 16.9 deg^2. Our sample contains 8302 and 9578 [OII] emitters at z=1.19 (NB816) and z=1.47 (NB921), respectively. We detect a strong clustering signal… Expand