Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): stellar mass estimates

@article{Taylor2011GalaxyAM,
  title={Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): stellar mass estimates},
  author={Edward Taylor and Andrew M. Hopkins and Ivan K Baldry and Michael J. I. Brown and Simon Driver and Lee S Kelvin and D. T. Hill and Aaron S. G. Robotham and Joss Bland-Hawthorn and D. Heath Jones and Rob Sharp and Daniel I. Thomas and Jochen Liske and John S. Loveday and P. Norberg and John A Peacock and Steven Bamford and Sarah Brough and Matthew Colless and Ewan Cameron and C. J. Conselice and Scott M. Croom and Carlos S. Frenk and Madusha L. P. Gunawardhana and Konrad Kuijken and Robert Nichol and Hannah R. Parkinson and Steven Phillipps and Kevin A. Pimbblet and Cristina Carmen Popescu and Matthew Prescott and William J. Sutherland and Richard. J. Tuffs and Eelco van Kampen and D. B. Wijesinghe},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={418},
  pages={1587-1620}
}
This paper describes the first catalogue of photometrically derived stellar mass estimates for intermediate-redshift (z < 0.65; median z= 0.2) galaxies in the Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA) spectroscopic redshift survey. These masses, as well as the full set of ancillary stellar population parameters, will be made public as part of GAMA data release 2. Although the GAMA database does include near-infrared (NIR) photometry, we show that the quality of our stellar population synthesis fits is… 
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