Tag Archives: MZR

01 Nov 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Weller et al., Orbital and Radiative Properties of Wandering Intermediate-Mass Black Holes in the ASTRID Simulation
  • (abs, pdf) Pahl et al., The connection between the escape of ionizing radiation and galaxy properties at z~3 in the Keck Lyman Continuum Spectroscopic Survey
  • (abs, pdf) Noel et al., Mass-Metallicity Relation during the Epoch of Reionization in the CROC Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Sandford et al., Strong Outflows and Inefficient Star Formation in the Reionization-era Ultra-faint Dwarf Galaxy Eridanus II

27 Oct 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Danieli et al., ELVES IV: The Satellite Stellar-to-Halo Mass Relation Beyond the Milky-Way
  • (abs, pdf) Cameron et al., A novel approach to correcting $T_e$-based mass-metallicity relations
  • (abs, pdf) Kim et al., The Stellar Chemical Abundances of Simulated Massive Galaxies at $z = 2$
  • (abs, pdf) Lin et al., Towards a non-Gaussian Generative Model of large-scale Reionization Maps
  • (abs, pdf) Kartaltepe et al., CEERS Key Paper IV: The Diversity of Galaxy Structure and Morphology at z=3-9 with JWST
  • (abs, pdf) Wells & Norman, The First Galaxies and the Effect of Heterogeneous Enrichment from Primordial Stars

23 Sept 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Morishita et al., $SuperBoRG$: Exploration of point sources at $z\sim8$ in HST parallel fields
  • (abs, pdf) Olivier et al., Evolution of Stellar Feedback in HII Regions
  • (abs, pdf) Shapley et al., The First Robust Constraints on the Relationship Between Dust-to-Gas Ratio and Metallicity at High Redshift
  • (abs, pdf) Jung et al., Texas Spectroscopic Search for Ly$\alpha$ Emission at the End of Reionization III. the Ly$\alpha$ Equivalent-width Distribution and Ionized Structures at $z > 7$
  • (abs, pdf) Parsotan et al., Realistic mock observations of the sizes and stellar mass surface densities of massive galaxies in FIRE-2 zoom-in simulations
  • (abs, pdf) El-Zant et al., Ejection of supermassive black holes and implications for merger rates in fuzzy dark matter haloes

17 Sept 2020

  • (abs, pdf) Wu et al., On the accuracy of common moment-based radiative transfer methods for simulating reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Sanders et al., The MOSDEF Survey: The Evolution of the Mass-Metallicity Relation from $z=0$ to $z\sim3.3$
  • (abs, pdf) Whitney et al., Surface Brightness Evolution of Galaxies in the CANDELS GOODS Fields up to $z \sim 6$: High-z Galaxies are Unique or Remain Undetected
  • (abs, pdf) Ananna et al., Accretion History of AGN III: Radiative Efficiency and AGN Contribution to Reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Peroux et al., Predictions for the Angular Dependence of Gas Mass Flow Rate and Metallicity in the Circumgalactic Medium

03 Jun 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Xia & Yu, The Origin of the Stellar Mass-Stellar Metallicity Relation in the Milky Way Satellites and beyond
  • (abs, pdf) Bhatt et al., Baryon-Dark matter interaction in presence of magnetic fields in light of EDGES signal
  • (abs, pdf) Almeida & Nemmen, Winds and feedback from supermassive black holes accreting at low rates: Hydrodynamical treatment
  • (abs, pdf) Decataldo et al., Photoevaporation of Jeans unstable clumps by FUV radiation
  • (abs, pdf) Silk, Ultra-diffuse galaxies without dark matter

30 Nov 2015

  • (abs, pdf) Feltre et al., Nuclear activity versus star formation: emission-line diagnostics at ultraviolet and optical wavelengths
  • (abs, pdf) Tissera et al., The gas metallicity gradient and the star formation activity of disc galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Gebhardt et al., Young, Star-forming Galaxies and their local Counterparts: the Evolving Relationship of Mass-SFR-Metallicity since z ~ 2.1
  • (abs, pdf) Elahi et al., nIFTY galaxy cluster simulations III: The Similarity & Diversity of Galaxies & Subhaloes
  • (abs, pdf) King, How Big Can a Black Hole Grow?
  • (abs, pdf) Bouwens et al., Using the Inferred Halpha Emission from z~4-5 Galaxies to Measure the Lyman-Continuum Photon Production Efficiency xi_{ion}: Implications for the Escape Fraction
  • (abs, pdf) Papastergis & Shankar, An assessment of the "too big to fail" problem for field dwarf galaxies in view of baryonic feedback effects