Compact star-forming galaxies preferentially quenched to become PSBs in z < 1 clusters

@article{Socolovsky2019CompactSG,
  title={Compact star-forming galaxies preferentially quenched to become PSBs in z < 1 clusters},
  author={M. Socolovsky and D. Maltby and N. Hatch and O. Almaini and V. Wild and W. Hartley and C. Simpson and Kate Rowlands Nottingham and S. Andrews and Ucl and G. Observatory and Johns Hopkins},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2019},
  volume={482},
  pages={1640-1650}
}
MS acknowledges support from IAC and STFC. VW acknowledges support from the European Research Council Starting grant (SEDmorph, P.I. V. Wild). 
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