# GOLDRUSH - II. Clustering of galaxies at z ∼ 4–6 revealed with the half-million dropouts over the 100 deg2 area corresponding to 1 Gpc3

@article{Harikane2018GOLDRUSHI,
title={GOLDRUSH - II. Clustering of galaxies at z ∼ 4–6 revealed with the half-million dropouts over the 100 deg2 area corresponding to 1 Gpc3},
author={Yuichi Harikane and Masami Ouchi and Yoshiaki Ono and Shun Saito and Peter Behroozi and Surhud More and Kazuhiro Shimasaku and Jun Toshikawa and Yen-Ting Lin and Masayuki Akiyama and Jean Coupon and Yutaka Komiyama and Akira Konno and Sheng-Chieh Lin and Satoshi Miyazaki and Atsushi J. Nishizawa and Takatoshi Shibuya and John D. Silverman},
journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan},
year={2018},
volume={70}
}
• Published 21 April 2017
• Physics
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