Reversal or no reversal: the evolution of the star formation rate–density relation up to z ∼ 1.6

@article{Ziparo2013ReversalON,
  title={Reversal or no reversal: the evolution of the star formation rate–density relation up to z ∼ 1.6},
  author={F Ziparo and Paola Popesso and Alexis Finoguenov and Andrea Biviano and Stijn Wuyts and David J. Wilman and Mara Salvato and M. Tanaka and Kirpal Nandra and Dieter Lutz and David Elbaz and Mark E. Dickinson and Bruno Altieri and H. Aussel and Stefano Berta and Andrea Cimatti and Dario Fadda and Reinhard Genzel and Emeric Le Flo'ch and Benjamin Magnelli and Raanan Nordon and Albrecht Poglitsch and Francesca Pozzi and Miguel S{\'a}nchez Portal and Linda J. Tacconi and Franz Erik Bauer and William N. Brandt and Nico Cappelluti and Michael C. Cooper and John S. Mulchaey},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={437},
  pages={458-474}
}
We investigate the evolution of the star formation rate (SFR)–density relation in the Extended Chandra Deep Field South and the Great Observatories Origin Deep Survey fields up to z ∼ 1.6. In addition to the ‘traditional method’, in which the environment is defined according to a statistical measurement of the local galaxy density, we use a ‘dynamical’ approach, where galaxies are classified according to three different environment regimes: group, ‘filament-like’ and field. Both methods show no… 

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