THE SINS/ZC-SINF SURVEY OF z ∼ 2 GALAXY KINEMATICS: THE NATURE OF DISPERSION

@inproceedings{Newman2013THESS,
  title={THE SINS/ZC-SINF SURVEY OF z ∼ 2 GALAXY KINEMATICS: THE NATURE OF DISPERSION},
  author={Sarah F. Newman and Reinhard Genzel and Natascha M. F{\"o}rster Schreiber and Kristen Shapiro Griffin and Chiara and Mancini and Simon J. Lilly and Alvio Renzini and Nicolas Bouch́e and Andreas Burkert and Peter Buschkamp and C... and Marcella Carollo and Giovanni Cresci and Ric Davies and Frank Eisenhauer and Shy Genel and Erin K. S. Hicks and Jaron and Kurk and Dieter Lutz and Thorsten Naab and Yingjie Peng and Amiel Sternberg and Linda J. Tacconi and Stijn Wuyts and Gianni Zamorani and Daniela Vergani},
  year={2013}
}
We analyze the spectra, spatial distributions and kinematics of Hα , [NII] and [SII] emission in a sample of 38, z ∼ 2.2 UV/optically selected star forming galaxies (SFGs) from the SINS & zC-SINF surveys, 34 of which were observed in the adaptive optics mode of SINFONI and 30 of those contain data presented for the first time here. This is supplemented by kinematic data from 43 z ∼ 1–2.5 galaxies from the literature. None of these 81 galaxies is an obvious major merger. We find that the… CONTINUE READING