The evolution of star formation activity in galaxy groups

@article{GErfanianfar2014TheEO,
  title={The evolution of star formation activity in galaxy groups},
  author={G.Erfanianfar and Paola Popesso and Alexis Finoguenov and Stijn Wuyts and David J. Wilman and Andrea Biviano and F Ziparo and Mara Salvato and Kirpal Nandra and Dieter Lutz and David Elbaz and Mark E. Dickinson and M. Tanaka and Mohammad Mirkazemi and Michael L. Balogh and M. B. Altieri and H. Aussel and Florian F. Bauer and Stefano Berta and Richard M Bielby and Niel Brandt and Nico Cappelluti and Andrea Cimatti and Michael C. Cooper and Dario Fadda and Olivier Ilbert and Emeric Le Floch and Benjamin Magnelli and John S. Mulchaey and Raanan Nordon and Jeffrey A. Newman and Albrecht Poglitsch and Francesca Pozzi},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={445},
  pages={2725-2745}
}
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