# Quenching or Bursting: The Role of Stellar Mass, Environment, and Specific Star Formation Rate to z ~ 1

```@article{Darvish2018QuenchingOB,
title={Quenching or Bursting: The Role of Stellar Mass, Environment, and Specific Star Formation Rate to z ~ 1},
author={B. Darvish and C. Martin and T. S. Gonccalves and B. Mobasher and N. Scoville and D. Sobral},
journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
year={2018},
volume={853},
pages={155}
}```
sing a novel approach, we study the quenching and bursting of galaxies as a function of stellar mass (M *), local environment (Σ), and specific star formation rate (sSFR) using a large spectroscopic sample of ~123,000 GALEX/SDSS and ~420 GALEX/COSMOS/LEGA-C galaxies to z ~ 1. We show that out to z ~ 1 and at fixed sSFR and local density, on average, less massive galaxies are quenching, whereas more massive systems are bursting, with a quenching/bursting transition at log(M_*/M_⊙) ~ 10.5-11 and… Expand
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