Galaxy clustering dependence on the [O II] emission line luminosity in the local Universe

  title={Galaxy clustering dependence on the [O II] emission line luminosity in the local Universe},
  author={Ginevra Favole and Sergio Rodr'iguez-Torres and Johan Comparat and Francisco Prada and Hong Guo and Anatoly Klypin and Antonio D Montero-Dorta},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
GF is supported by a European Space Agency (ESA) Research Fellowship at the European Space Astronomy Center (ESAC) in Madrid, Spain. GF and CC acknowledge financial support from the Spanish MICINN Consolider-Ingenio 2010 Programme under grant MultiDark CSD2009 - 00064, MINECO Centro de Excelencia Severo Ochoa Programme under grant SEV-2012-0249 and MINECO grant AYA2014-60641-C2-1-P. JC acknowledges financial support from MINECO (Spain) under project number AYA2012 - 31101. Funding for the… 

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