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No Evidence of a Correlation between $\rm{H}\alpha$-to-UV Ratio and Burstiness for Typical Star-forming Galaxies at $z\sim2$

@inproceedings{Rezaee2022NoEO,
  title={No Evidence of a Correlation between \$\rm\{H\}\alpha\$-to-UV Ratio and Burstiness for Typical Star-forming Galaxies at \$z\sim2\$},
  author={Saeed Rezaee and Naveen A. Reddy and Michael W. Topping and Irene Shivaei and Alice E. Shapley and Tara Fetherolf and Mariska Kriek and Alison L. Coil and Bahram Mobasher and Brian D. Siana and Xinnan Du and Ali Ahmad Khostovan and Andrew Weldon and Najmeh Emami and Nima Chartab},
  year={2022}
}
It has long been uncertain how e๏ฌ€ective the dust-corrected H ๐›ผ -to-UV luminosity ratio ( ๐ฟ ( H ๐›ผ )/ ๐ฟ ( UV ) ) is in probing bursty star-formation histories (SFHs) for high-redshift galaxies. To address this issue, we present a statistical analysis of the resolved distribution of star-formation-rate surface density ( ฮฃ SFR ) as well as stellar age and their correlations with the globally measured ๐ฟ ( H ๐›ผ )/ ๐ฟ ( UV ) for a sample of 310 star-forming galaxies in two redshift bins of 1 . 37โ€ฆย 

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