zfourge: Extreme 5007 Å Emission May Be a Common Early-lifetime Phase for Star-forming Galaxies at z > 2.5

@article{Cohn2018zfourgeE5,
  title={zfourge: Extreme 5007 Å Emission May Be a Common Early-lifetime Phase for Star-forming Galaxies at z > 2.5},
  author={Jonathan H. Cohn and Joel Leja and K. V. Tran and Ben Forrest and Benjamin D. Johnson and Megan A. Tillman and Leo Y. Alcorn and Charlie Conroy and Karl Glazebrook and Glenn G. Kacprzak and Daniel D Kelson and Themiya Nanayakkara and Casey Papovich and Pieter G. van Dokkum and Tiantian Yuan},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2018}
}
Using the \prospector\ spectral energy distribution (SED) fitting code, we analyze the properties of 19 Extreme Emission Line Galaxies (EELGs) identified in the bluest composite SED in the \zfourge\ survey at $2.5 \leq z \leq 4$. \prospector\ includes a physical model for nebular emission and returns probability distributions for stellar mass, stellar metallicity, dust attenuation, and nonparametric star formation history (SFH). The EELGs show evidence for a starburst in the most recent 50 Myr… 

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