The clustering of H β + [O III] and [O II] emitters since z ∼ 5: dependencies with line luminosity and stellar mass

@article{Khostovan2018TheCO,
  title={The clustering of H $\beta$ + [O III] and [O II] emitters since z ∼ 5: dependencies with line luminosity and stellar mass},
  author={A. Khostovan and D. Sobral and B. Mobasher and P. Best and I. Smail and J. Matthee and B. Darvish and H. Nayyeri and S. Hemmati and J. Stott},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={478},
  pages={2999-3015}
}
We investigate the clustering properties of ∼7000 H β + [O III] and [O II] narrowband-selected emitters at z ∼ 0.8–4.7 from the High-z Emission Line Survey. We find clustering lengths, r_0, of 1.5–4.0 h^(−1) Mpc and minimum dark matter halo masses of 10^(10.7–12.1) M⊙ for our z = 0.8–3.2 H β + [O III] emitters and r_0 ∼ 2.0–8.3 h^(−1) Mpc and halo masses of 10^(11.5–12.6) M⊙ for our z = 1.5–4.7 [O II] emitters. We find r_0 to strongly increase both with increasing line luminosity and redshift… Expand

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