GEMS: Galaxy Evolution from Morphologies and SEDs

@article{Rix2004GEMSGE,
  title={GEMS: Galaxy Evolution from Morphologies and SEDs},
  author={Hans-Walter Rix and Marco Barden and Steven V. W. Beckwith and Eric F. Bell and John A. R. Caldwell and Boris Haeussler and Knud Jahnke and Shardha Jogee and Daniel H. McIntosh and Klaus Meisenheimer and Chien Y. Peng and Sebasti{\'a}n F. S{\'a}nchez and Rachel S Somerville and Lutz Wisotzki and Christian Wolf},
  journal={Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2004},
  volume={152},
  pages={163-173}
}
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