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The rapid transition from star formation to AGN-dominated rest-frame ultraviolet light at z ≃ 4

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A Submillimeter Perspective on the GOODS Fields (SUPER GOODS). III. A Large Sample of ALMA Sources in the GOODS-S

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emerge – an empirical model for the formation of galaxies since z ∼ 10

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A simultaneous search for high-z LAEs and LBGs in the SHARDS survey

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The Universe at z > 10: predictions for JWST from the universemachine DR1

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What does the first highly redshifted 21-cm detection tell us about early galaxies?

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L Y Aaron Yung, Rachel S Somerville, Steven L Finkelstein, Gergö Popping and Romeel Davé
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A lack of evolution in the very bright end of the galaxy luminosity function from z ≃ 8 to 10

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Abundant serendipitous emission line sources with JWST/NIRSpec

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A SUBSTANTIAL POPULATION OF MASSIVE QUIESCENT GALAXIES AT z ∼ 4 FROM ZFOURGE

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LENSING MAGNIFICATION: A NOVEL METHOD TO WEIGH HIGH-REDSHIFT CLUSTERS AND ITS APPLICATION TO SpARCS

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Faint Quasars Live in the Same Number Density Environments as Lyman Break Galaxies at z ∼ 4

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The rest-frame UV luminosity function at z ≃ 4: a significant contribution of AGNs to the bright end of the galaxy population

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Differences and similarities of stellar populations in LAEs and LBGs at z ∼ 3.4−6.8

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The GOGREEN Survey: A deep stellar mass function of cluster galaxies at 1.0 < z < 1.4 and the complex nature of satellite quenching

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Reproducing submillimetre galaxy number counts with cosmological hydrodynamic simulations

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Evolution of Galaxy Star Formation and Metallicity: Impact on Double Compact Object Mergers

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The Astrophysical Journal 907 (2) 110 (2021)
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UV and U-band luminosity functions from CLAUDS and HSC-SSP – I. Using four million galaxies to simultaneously constrain the very faint and bright regimes to z ∼ 3

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