Neutrino constraints from future nearly all-sky spectroscopic galaxy surveys

@article{Carbone2011NeutrinoCF,
  title={Neutrino constraints from future nearly all-sky spectroscopic galaxy surveys},
  author={Carmelita Carbone and Licia Verde and Yun Wang and Andrea Cimatti},
  journal={Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2011},
  volume={2011},
  pages={030-030}
}
We examine whether future, nearly all-sky galaxy redshift surveys, in combination with CMB priors, will be able to detect the signature of the cosmic neutrino background and determine the absolute neutrino mass scale. We also consider what constraints can be imposed on the effective number of neutrino species. In particular we consider two spectroscopic strategies in the near-IR, the so-called ``slitless'' and ``multi-slit'' approaches, whose examples are given by future space-based galaxy… Expand
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