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2006A search for distant radio galaxies from SUMSS and NVSS - III. Radio spectral energy distributions and the z-alpha correlationBryant, Julia; Hunstead, Richard; Klamer, Ilana; Sadler, Elaine; De Breuck, Carlos; Ekers, R.D; Physics; Physics; Physics; PhysicsA search for distant radio galaxies from SUMSS and NVSS - III. Radio spectral energy distributions and the z-alpha correlation, Royal Astronomical Society. Monthly Notices, vol.371,(2),2006,pp 852-866
2004A Search For Distant Radio Galaxies From SUMSS And NVSS - I. Sample Definition, Radio And K-Band ImagingHunstead, Richard; Klamer, Ilana; Sadler, Elaine; De Breuck, Carlos; Rocca-Volmerange, Brigitte; Physics; Physics; PhysicsA Search For Distant Radio Galaxies From SUMSS And NVSS - I. Sample Definition, Radio And K-Band Imaging, Royal Astronomical Society. Monthly Notices, vol.347,(3),2004,pp 837-853
2004Molecular Gas At High Redshift: Jet-Induced Star Formation?Hunstead, Richard; Klamer, Ilana; Sadler, Elaine; Ekers, Ronald D; Physics; Physics; PhysicsMolecular Gas At High Redshift: Jet-Induced Star Formation?, The Astrophysical Journal: an international review of astronomy and astronomical physics, vol.612,(2),2004,pp L97-L100
2006A search for distant radio galaxies from SUMSS and NVSS - II. Optical spectroscopyBryant, Julia; Hunstead, Richard; Johnston, Helen; Klamer, Ilana; Sadler, Elaine; De Breuck, Carlos; Rocca-Volmerange, Brigitte; Physics; Physics; Physics; Physics; PhysicsA search for distant radio galaxies from SUMSS and NVSS - II. Optical spectroscopy, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol.366,(1),2006,pp 58-72
2005CO (1-0) and CO (5-4) observations of the most distant known radio galaxy at z=5.2Hunstead, Richard; Klamer, Ilana; Sadler, Elaine; De Breuck, Carlos; Ekers, R.D; Weiss, A; Physics; Physics; PhysicsCO (1-0) and CO (5-4) observations of the most distant known radio galaxy at z=5.2, The Astrophysical Journal: an international review of astronomy and astronomical physics, vol.621,(1),2005,pp L1-L4