Publications

The Fourstar Galaxy Evolution Survey (ZFOURGE): Ultraviolet to Far-Infrared Catalogs, Medium-Bandwidth Photometric Redshifts with Improved Accuracy, Stellar Masses, and Confirmation of Quiescent Galaxies to z~3.5

Straatman et al. 2016, Astrophysical Journal Supplements
[Summary] [arxiv] [Media] [Animation] [TAMU News Release]


Radio galaxies in ZFOURGE/NMBS: no difference in the properties of massive galaxies with and without radio-AGN out to z = 2.25

Rees et al. 2016, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
[Summary] [ADS] [Arxiv]


UV to IR Luminosities and Dust Attenuation Determined from ~4000 K-Selected Galaxies at 1<z<3 in the ZFOURGE Survey

Forrest et al. 2016, Astrophysical Journal Letters
[Summary] [ADS] [astro-ph]


The SFR-M* Relation and Empirical Star-Formation Histories from ZFOURGE at 0.5 < z < 4

Tomczak et al. 2016, Astrophysical Journal
[Summary] [ADS] [astro-ph] [media] [table 1]


ZFOURGE catalogue of AGN candidates: an enhancement of 160μm-derived star-formation rates in active galaxies to z = 3.2

Cowley et al. 2015, Astrophysical Journal
[Summary] [ADS] [astro-ph] [Catalogs]


ZFOURGE/CANDELS: On the Evolution of M* Galaxy Progenitors from z = 3 to 0.5

Papovich et al. 2015, Astrophysical Journal
[Summary] [ADS] [astro-ph] [TAMU Press Release] [STScI Press Release]


Satellite Quenching and Galactic Conformity at 0.3 < z < 2.5

Kawinwanichakij et. al. 2015, Astrophysical Journal
[Summary] [ADS] [astro-ph]


The Differential Size Growth of Field and Cluster Galaxies at z = 2.1 Using the ZFOURGE Survey

Allen et al. 2015, The Astrophysical Journal
[Summary] [ADS] [astro-ph]


The distribution of satellites around massive galaxies at 1<z<3 in ZFOURGE/CANDELS: dependence on star formation activity

Kawinwanichakij et al. 2014, The Astrophysical Journal
[Summary] [astro-ph] [ADS]


Exploring the z=3-4 massive galaxy population with ZFOURGE: the prevalence of dusty and quiescent galaxies

Spitler et al. 2014, Astrophysical Journal Letters
[Summary] [astro-ph] [ADS] [Summary Image]


A substantial population of massive quiescent galaxies at z~4 from ZFOURGE

Straatman et al., 2014, Astrophysical Journal Letters
[Summary] [MQ/AAO] [astro-ph] [ADS] [media] [Dutch Press Release]


Galaxy Stellar Mass Functions from ZFOURGE/CANDELS: An Excess of Low-Mass Galaxies Since z=2 and the Rapid Buildup of Quiescent Galaxies

Galaxy Stellar Mass Function from ZFOURGE/CANDELS: An Excess of Low-Mass Galaxies Since z=2 and the Rapid Buildup of Quiescent Galaxies
Tomczak et al. 2014, Astrophysical Journal
[Summary] [astro-ph] [ADS] [media]


Discovery of Lyman Break Galaxies at z~7 from the ZFOURGE Survey

Tilvi et al. 2013, Astrophysical Journal
[Summary] [astro-ph] [ADS]


First Results from ZFOURGE: Discovery of a Candidate Cluster at z = 2.2 in COSMOS

Spitler et al. 2012, Astrophysical Journal Letters
[Summary] [astro-ph] [ADS][media]