Galaxy and Mass Assembly (GAMA): the star formation rate dependence of the stellar initial mass function

@article{Gunawardhana2011GalaxyAM,
  title={Galaxy and Mass Assembly (GAMA): the star formation rate dependence of the stellar initial mass function},
  author={M. Gunawardhana and A. Hopkins and R. Sharp and S. Brough and E. Taylor and J. Bland-Hawthorn and C. Maraston and R. Tuffs and C. Popescu and D. Wijesinghe and D. H. Jones and S. Croom and E. Sadler and S. Wilkins and S. Driver and J. Liske and P. Norberg and I. Baldry and S. Bamford and J. Loveday and J. Peacock and A. Robotham and D. Zucker and Q. Parker and C. Conselice and E. Cameron and C. Frenk and D. Hill and L. Kelvin and K. Kuijken and B. Madore and B. Nichol and H. Parkinson and K. Pimbblet and M. Prescott and W. Sutherland and D. Thomas and E. Kampen},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={415},
  pages={1647-1662}
}
The stellar initial mass function (IMF) describes the distribution in stellar masses produced from a burst of star formation. For more than 50 yr, the implicit assumption underpinning most areas of research involving the IMF has been that it is universal, regardless of time and environment. We measure the high-mass IMF slope for a sample of low-to-moderate redshift galaxies from the Galaxy and Mass Assembly survey. The large range in luminosities and galaxy masses of the sample permits the… Expand
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