Galaxy And Mass Assembly ( GAMA ) : end of survey report and data release 2

  title={Galaxy And Mass Assembly ( GAMA ) : end of survey report and data release 2},
  author={Jochen Liske and Ivan K. Baldry and Simon P. Driver and Richard J. Tuffs and Mehmet Nur Alpaslan and E. Andrae and Sarah A Brough and M. E. Cluver and M. W. Grootes and M. L. P. Gunawardhana and Lee S. Kelvin and Jon N. Loveday and A. S. G. Robotham and Edward N. Taylor and Steven Bamford and Joss Bland-Hawthorn and Michael J. I. Brown and Michael Drinkwater and Andrew M. Hopkins and Martin J. Meyer and Peder R. Norberg and John A. Peacock and N. K. Agius and Stephen K. Andrews and Amanda E. Bauer and John Y. Ching and Matthew Colless and Christopher J. Conselice and Scott M. Croom and Luke J. M. Davies and Roberto de Propris and Loretta Dunne and E. M. Eardley and Sarah Ellis and Caroline J Foster and C. S. Frenk and B. H{\"a}u\ssler and Benne W. Holwerda and Cassandra Howlett and Hector Hugo Ibarra and Matt J. Jarvis and D. P. Jones and P. R. Kafle and Conor Lacey and Rebecca Lange and M. A. Lara-L{\'o}pez and {\'A}. R. L{\'o}pez-S{\'a}nchez and Steve Maddox and B F Madore and T. McNaught-Roberts and A. J. Moffett and Robert C. Nichol and M. S. Owers and D. Palamara and S. Penny and Steven Phillipps and Kevin A. Pimbblet and C. Popescu and Matthew Prescott and R. E. Proctor and E M Sadler and Anne E. Sansom and Mark Seibert and Robert M. Sharp and Will J. Sutherland and J. A. V{\'a}zquez-Mata and E. van Kampen and S. M. Wilkins and Rik J. Williams and A. H. Wright},
The Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA) survey is one of the largest contemporary spectroscopic surveys of low redshift galaxies. Covering an area of ∼286 deg2 (split among five survey regions) down to a limiting magnitude of r < 19.8 mag, we have collected spectra and reliable redshifts for 238 000 objects using the AAOmega spectrograph on the Anglo-Australian… CONTINUE READING