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2014Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): galaxy close pairs, mergers and the future fate of stellar massBland-Hawthorn, Jonathan (Joss); Agius, N.K.; Baldry, I K; Bauer, Aaron; Brough, S; Brown, M J I; Cluver, M E; Davies, L J M; Driver, Simon P.; et al, Various; Hopkins, A M; Robotham, A; PhysicsGalaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): galaxy close pairs, mergers and the future fate of stellar mass, Monthly Notices Royal Astronomical Society, vol.444, 4, 2014,pp 3986-4008-3986-4008
2014Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): refining the local galaxy merger rate using morphological informationBland-Hawthorn, Jonathan (Joss); Agius, N.K.; Baldry, Ivan K.; Bamford, Steven P; Brough, Sarah; Brown, Michael; Casteels, K.; Conselice, Christopher; Drinkwater, Michael J.; et al, Various; Norberg, Peder; Salvador-Sole, E.; PhysicsGalaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): refining the local galaxy merger rate using morphological information, Monthly Notices Royal Astronomical Society, vol.445, 2, 2014,pp 1157-1169
2014Galaxy and mass assembly (GAMA): UgrizYJHK sérsic luminosity functions and the cosmic spectral energy distribution by Hubble typeBland-Hawthorn, Jonathan (Joss); Agius, N.K.; Alpaslan, Mehmet; Baldry, I; Bamford, Steven P; Brough, Sarah; Driver, Simon; et al, Various; Graham, Alister W; Kelvin, L S; Phillipps, S.; Robotham, A; PhysicsGalaxy and mass assembly (GAMA): UgrizYJHK sérsic luminosity functions and the cosmic spectral energy distribution by Hubble type, Royal Astronomical Society. Monthly Notices, vol.439, 2, 2014,pp 1245-1269
2015H-ATLAS/GAMA and HeViCS – dusty early-type galaxies in different environmentsBland-Hawthorn, Jonathan (Joss); Agius, N.K.; Baes, M; Bourne, N; Brough, S; Davis, Timothy A; De Looze, I; di Serego Alighieri, S; Driver, S P; et al, Various; Sansom, A; Viaene, S; PhysicsH-ATLAS/GAMA and HeViCS – dusty early-type galaxies in different environments, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol.451, 4, 2015,pp 3815-3835