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Astro2020 Science White Paper: Synergies Between Galaxy Surveys and Reionization Measurements

@article{Furlanetto2019Astro2020SW,
  title={Astro2020 Science White Paper: Synergies Between Galaxy Surveys and Reionization Measurements},
  author={Steven R. Furlanetto and Adam P. Beardsley and Christopher L. Carilli and Jordan Mirocha and James E. Aguirre and Yacine Ali-Haimoud and Marcelo A. Alvarez and George D. Becker and Judd D. Bowman and Patrick C. Breysse and Volker Bromm and Philip Bull and Jack O. Burns and Isabella P Carucci and Tzu-Ching Chang and H. C. Chiang and J D Cohn and Frederick B. Davies and David R. DeBoer and Mark E. Dickinson and Joshua S. Dillon and Olivier Dor'e and Cora Dvorkin and Anastasia Fialkov and Steven L. Finkelstein and Nickolay Y. Gnedin and Bryna J. Hazelton and Daniel C. Jacobs and Kirit S. Karkare and L{\'e}on V. E. Koopmans and Ely D. Kovetz and Paul La Plante and Adam Lidz and Adrian Liu and Yin-Zhe Ma and Yi Mao and Kiyoshi W. Masui and Matthew McQuinn and Andrei Mesinger and Julian B. Mu{\~n}oz and Steven Murray and Aaron Parsons and Jonathan C. Pober and Brant E. Robertson and Jonathan L. Sievers and E. R. Switzer and Nithyanandan Thyagarajan and Hy Trac and Eli Visbal and Matias Zaldarriaga},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2019}
}
The early phases of galaxy formation constitute one of the most exciting frontiers in astrophysics. It is during this era that the first luminous sources reionize the intergalactic medium - the moment when structure formation affects every baryon in the Universe. Here we argue that we will obtain a complete picture of this era by combining observations of galaxies with direct measurements of the reionization process: the former will provide a detailed understanding of bright sources, while the… 

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