The 0.1 <z < 1.65 evolution of the bright end of the [O ii] luminosity function

  title={The 0.1 <z < 1.65 evolution of the bright end of the [O ii] luminosity function},
  author={Johan Comparat and Johan Richard and Jean-Paul Kneib and Olivier Ilbert and Violeta Gonzalez-Perez and Laurence Tresse and Julien Zoubian and S. Arnouts and Roland Bacon and Joel R. Brownstein and Carlton M. Baugh and Timoth'ee Delubac and Anne Ealet and St'ephanie Escoffier and Jian Ge and Eric Jullo and Cedric G Lacey and Nicholas P. Ross and David J. Schlegel and Donald P. Schneider and Oliver Steele and Lidia A. M. Tasca and Ch. Y{\'e}che and Michael P. Lesser and Zhao-ji Jiang and Yipeng Jing and Zhou Fan and Xiaohui Fan and Jun Ma and Jundan Nie and Jiali Wang and Zhen-Yu Wu and Tianmeng Zhang and Xu Zhou and Zhi-min Zhou and Hu Zou},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
We present the [Oii] (λλ3729,3726) luminosity function measured in the redshift range 0.1 <z< 1.65 with unprecedented depth and accuracy. Our measurements are based on medium resolution flux-calibrated spectra of emission line galaxies with the visual and near UV FOcal Reducer and low dispersion Spectrograph (FORS2) for the Very Large Telescope (VLT) of the European Southern Observatory (ESO) and with the SDSS-III/BOSS spectrograph. The FORS2 spectra and the corresponding catalog containing… 

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