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The Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey: initial results from optical and near-infrared imaging
M Giavalisco, HC Ferguson, AM Koekemoer, M Dickinson, DM Alexander, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 600 (2), L93
Star formation in aegis field galaxies since z= 1.1: the dominance of gradually declining star formation, and the main sequence of star-forming galaxies
KG Noeske, BJ Weiner, SM Faber, C Papovich, DC Koo, RS Somerville, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 660 (1), L43
Long γ-ray bursts and core-collapse supernovae have different environments
AS Fruchter, AJ Levan, L Strolger, PM Vreeswijk, SE Thorsett, D Bersier, ...
Nature 441 (7092), 463-468
The mass assembly history of field galaxies: detection of an evolving mass limit for star-forming galaxies
K Bundy, RS Ellis, CJ Conselice, JE Taylor, MC Cooper, CNA Willmer, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 651 (1), 120
The relationship between stellar light distributions of galaxies and their formation histories
CJ Conselice
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 147 (1), 1
Discoveries and Research Prospects from 6-to 10-Meter-Class Telescopes II
M Davis, SM Faber, J Newman, AC Phillips, RS Ellis, CC Steidel, ...
proc. SPIE 4834, 161-72
A Direct Measurement of Major Galaxy Mergers at z 3
CJ Conselice, MA Bershady, M Dickinson, C Papovich
The Astronomical Journal 126 (3), 1183
Candels: The cosmic assembly near-infrared deep extragalactic legacy survey
NA Grogin, DD Kocevski, SM Faber, HC Ferguson, AM Koekemoer, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 197 (2), 35
CANDELS: The Cosmic Assembly Near-infrared Deep Extragalactic Legacy Survey—The Hubble Space Telescope Observations, Imaging Data Products, and Mosaics
AM Koekemoer, SM Faber, HC Ferguson, NA Grogin, DD Kocevski, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 197 (2), 36
The all-wavelength extended groth strip international survey (AEGIS) data sets
M Davis, P Guhathakurta, NP Konidaris, JA Newman, MLN Ashby, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 660 (1), L1
The size evolution of high-redshift galaxies
HC Ferguson, M Dickinson, M Giavalisco, C Kretchmer, S Ravindranath, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 600 (2), L107
The mass assembly histories of galaxies of various morphologies in the goods fields
K Bundy, RS Ellis, CJ Conselice
The Astrophysical Journal 625 (2), 621
The asymmetry of galaxies: physical morphology for nearby and high-redshift galaxies
CJ Conselice, MA Bershady, A Jangren
The Astrophysical Journal 529 (2), 886
The evolution of galaxy mergers and morphology at z< 1.2 in the extended Groth strip
JM Lotz, M Davis, SM Faber, P Guhathakurta, S Gwyn, J Huang, DC Koo, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 672 (1), 177
UV continuum slope and dust obscuration from z~ 6 to z~ 2: The star formation rate density at high redshift
RJ Bouwens, GD Illingworth, M Franx, RR Chary, GR Meurer, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 705 (1), 936
Star formation in AEGIS field galaxies since z= 1.1: Staged galaxy formation and a model of mass-dependent gas exhaustion
KG Noeske, SM Faber, BJ Weiner, DC Koo, JR Primack, A Dekel, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 660 (1), L47
Strong size evolution of the most massive galaxies since z∼ 2
I Trujillo, CJ Conselice, K Bundy, MC Cooper, P Eisenhardt, RS Ellis
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 382 (1), 109-120
Ubiquitous outflows in DEEP2 spectra of star-forming galaxies at z= 1.4
BJ Weiner, AL Coil, JX Prochaska, JA Newman, MC Cooper, K Bundy, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 692 (1), 187
High-redshift supernova rates
T Dahlen, LG Strolger, AG Riess, B Mobasher, RR Chary, CJ Conselice, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 613 (1), 189
Structural and photometric classification of galaxies. I. Calibration based on a nearby galaxy sample
MA Bershady, A Jangren, CJ Conselice
The Astronomical Journal 119 (6), 2645
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