The evolution of galaxy clustering since z=1

@article{Phleps2001TheEO,
  title={The evolution of galaxy clustering since z=1},
  author={Stefanie Phleps and Klaus Meisenheimer},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
  year={2001}
}
We present results of an investigation of clustering evolution of field galaxies between a redshift of z~1 and the present epoch. The current analysis relies on a sample of ~3600 galaxies from the Calar Alto Deep Imaging Survey (CADIS). The multicolor classification and redshift determination is reliable up to I=23. The redshift distribution extends to z~1.1, the resolution is Delta cz=12000 km s^-1. Thus the amplitude of the three-dimensional correlation function has to be estimated by means… 
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