Galaxy and mass assembly (GAMA): End of survey report and data release 2

@article{Liske2015GalaxyAM,
  title={Galaxy and mass assembly (GAMA): End of survey report and data release 2},
  author={Jochen Liske and Ivan K Baldry and Simon Driver and Richard. J. Tuffs and Mehmet Alpaslan and Ellen Andrae and Sarah Brough and Michelle E. Cluver and M. W. Grootes and Madusha L. P. Gunawardhana and Lee S Kelvin and John S. Loveday and Aaron S. G. Robotham and Edward Taylor and Steven Bamford and J. Bland-Hawthorn and M.J.I. Brown and Michael J Drinkwater and Andrew M. Hopkins and Martin Meyer and P. Norberg and John A Peacock and Nicola K. Agius and Stephen K. Andrews and Amanda. E. Bauer and J. H. Y. Ching and Matthew Colless and C. J. Conselice and Scott M. Croom and Luke J M Davies and Roberto de Propris and Loretta Dunne and Elizabeth Eardley and S. C. Ellis and Caroline Foster and Carlos S. Frenk and Boris Haussler and Benne W. Holwerda and Cullan Howlett and H. Ibarra and Matt J. Jarvis and D. Heath Jones and Prajwal R Kafle and Cedric G Lacey and Rebecca Lange and Maritza A. Lara-L'opez and 'A. R. L'opez-S'anchez and Stephen J. Maddox and Barry F. Madore and Tamsyn McNaught-Roberts and Amanda J. Moffett and Robert Nichol and Matt S. Owers and David P. Palamara and Samantha J. Penny and Steven Phillipps and Kevin A. Pimbblet and Cristina Carmen Popescu and Matthew Prescott and Rob Proctor and Elaine M. Sadler and A E Sansom and Mark Seibert and Rob Sharp and William J. Sutherland and J. A. V'azquez-Mata and Elco van Kampen and Stephen M Wilkins and R. P. Williams and Angus H. Wright},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={452},
  pages={2087-2126}
}
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