Cosmic web dependence of galaxy clustering and quenching in SDSS

@article{Alam2018CosmicWD,
  title={Cosmic web dependence of galaxy clustering and quenching in SDSS},
  author={Shadab Alam and Ying Zu and John A Peacock and Rachel Mandelbaum},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2018}
}
Galaxies exhibit different clustering and quenching properties in clusters, filaments, and the field, but it is still uncertain whether such differences are imprints of the tidal environment on galaxy formation, or if they reflect the variation of the underlying halo mass function across the cosmic web. We measure the dependence of galaxy clustering and quenching on the cosmic web in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, characterized by the combination of spherical overdensity $\delta_8$ and tidal… Expand
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