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    • Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA) : the wavelength-dependent sizes and profiles of galaxies revealed by MegaMorph 

      Vulcani, Benedetta; Bamford, Steven P.; Haeussler, Boris; Vika, Marina; Rojas, Alex; Agius, Nicola K.; Baldry, Ivan; Bauer, Amanda E.; Brown, Michael J. I.; Driver, Simon; Graham, Alister W.; Kelvin, Lee S.; Liske, Jochen; Loveday, Jon; Popescu, Cristina C.; Robotham, Aaron S. G.; Tuffs, Richard J. (2014-06) - Journal article
      We investigate the relationship between colour and structure within galaxies using a large, volume-limited sample of bright, low-redshift galaxies with optical-near-infrared imaging from the Galaxy And Mass Assembly survey. ...
    • Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA) : understanding the wavelength dependence of galaxy structure with bulge-disc decompositions 

      Kennedy, Rebecca; Bamford, Steven P.; Häußler, Boris; Baldry, Ivan; Bremer, Malcolm; Brough, Sarah; Brown, Michael J. I.; Driver, Simon; Duncan, Kenneth; Graham, Alister W.; Holwerda, Benne W.; Hopkins, Andrew M.; Kelvin, Lee S.; Lange, Rebecca; Phillipps, Steven; Vika, Marina; Vulcani, Benedetta (2016-08-21) - Journal article
      With a large sample of bright, low-redshift galaxies with optical-near-IR imaging from the GAMA survey we use bulge-disc decompositions to understand the wavelength-dependent behaviour of single-Sérsic structural measurements. ...
    • Suppressing star formation in quiescent galaxies with supermassive black hole winds 

      Cheung, Edmond; Bundy, Kevin; Cappellari, Michele; Peirani, Sébastien; Rujopakarn, Wiphu; Westfall, Kyle; Yan, Renbin; Bershady, Matthew; Greene, Jenny E.; Heckman, Timothy M.; Drory, Niv; Law, David R.; Masters, Karen L.; Thomas, Daniel; Wake, David A.; Weijmans, Anne-Marie; Rubin, Kate; Belfiore, Francesco; Vulcani, Benedetta; Chen, Yan-mei; Zhang, Kai; Gelfand, Joseph D.; Bizyaev, Dmitry; Roman-Lopes, A.; Schneider, Donald P. (2016-05-26) - Journal item
      Quiescent galaxies with little or no ongoing star formation dominate the galaxy population above M∗ ∼ 2 × 1010 M⊙ , where their numbers have increased by a factor of ∼ 25 since z ∼ 21–4 .  Once star formation is initially ...