Publications


DES15E2mlf: a spectroscopically confirmed superluminous supernova that exploded 3.5 Gyr after the big bang

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 470 (2017) 4241-4250

Y-C Pan, RJ Foley, M Smith, L Galbany, CB D'Andrea, S Gonzalez-Gaitan, MJ Jarvis, R Kessler, E Kovacs, C Lidman, RC Nichol, A Papadopoulos, M Sako, M Sullivan, TMC Abbott, FB Abdalla, J Annis, K Bechtol, A Benoit-Levy, D Brooks, E Buckley-Geer, DL Burke, AC Rosell, MC Kind, J Carretero, FJ Castander, CE Cunha, LN da Costa, S Desai, HT Diehl, P Doel, TF Eifler, DA Finley, B Flaugher, J Frieman, J Garcia-Bellido, DA Goldstein, D Gruen, RA Gruendl, J Gschwend, G Gutierrez, DJ James, AG Kim, E Krause, K Kuehn, N Kuropatkin, O Lahav, M Lima, MAG Maia, M March, JL Marshall, P Martini, R Miquel, P Nugent, AA Plazas, AK Romer, E Sanchez, V Scarpine, M Schubnell, I Sevilla-Noarbe, RC Smith, F Sobreira, E Suchyta, MEC Swanson, RC Thomas, AR Walker, DES Collaboration


No evidence for Population III stars or a direct collapse black hole in the z=6.6 Lyman alpha emitter 'CR7'

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 469 (2017) 448-458

RAA Bowler, RJ McLure, JS Dunlop, DJ McLeod, ER Stanway, JJ Eldridge, MJ Jarvis


Calibrating photometric redshifts with intensity mapping observations

PHYSICAL REVIEW D 96 (2017) ARTN 043515

D Alonso, PG Ferreira, MJ Jarvis, K Moodley


Lensing is low: cosmology, galaxy formation or new physics?

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 467 (2017) 3024-3047

A Leauthaud, S Saito, S Hilbert, A Barreira, S More, M White, S Alam, P Behroozi, K Bundy, J Coupon, T Erben, C Heymans, H Hildebrandt, R Mandelbaum, L Miller, B Moraes, MES Pereira, SA Rodriguez-Torres, F Schmidt, H-Y Shan, M Viel, F Villaescusa-Navarro


KiDS-450: testing extensions to the standard cosmological model

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 471 (2017) 1259-1279

S Joudaki, A Mead, C Blake, A Choi, J de Jong, T Erben, IF Conti, R Herbonnet, C Heymans, H Hildebrandt, H Hoekstra, B Joachimi, D Klaes, F Kohlinger, K Kuijken, J McFarland, L Miller, P Schneider, M Viola


Calibration of weak-lensing shear in the Kilo-Degree Survey

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 467 (2017) 1627-1651

IF Conti, R Herbonnet, H Hoekstra, J Merten, L Miller, M Viola


CODEX weak lensing: Concentration of galaxy clusters at Z ~ 0.5

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 468 (2017) 1092-1116

N Cibirka, ES Cypriano, F Brimioulle, D Gruen, T Erben, L van Waerbeke, L Miller, A Finoguenov, C Kirkpatrick, J Patrick Henry, E Rykoff, E Rozo, R Dupke, JP Kneib, H Shan, P Spinelli

© 2017 The Authors. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society. We present a stacked weak-lensing analysis of 27 richness selected galaxy clusters at 0.40 ≤ z ≤ 0.62 in the COnstrain Dark Energy with X-ray galaxy clusters (CODEX) survey. The fields were observed in five bands with the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT). We measure the stacked surface mass density profile with a 14σ significance in the radial range 0.1 < R Mpc h -1 < 2.5. The profile is well described by the halo model, with the main halo term following a Navarro-Frenk-White profile (NFW) profile and including the off-centring effect. We select the background sample using a conservative colour-magnitude method to reduce the potential systematic errors and contamination by cluster member galaxies. We perform a Bayesian analysis for the stacked profile and constrain the best-fitting NFW parameters M 200c = 6.6 +1.0 -0.8 × 10 14 h -1 M⊙ and c 200c = 3.7 +0.7 -0.6 . The off-centring effect was modelled based on previous observational results found for redMaPPer Sloan Digital Sky Survey clusters. Our constraints on M 200c and c 200c allow us to investigate the consistency with numerical predictions and select a concentration-mass relation to describe the high richness CODEX sample. Comparing our best-fitting values forM 200c and C 200c with other observational surveys at different redshifts, we find no evidence for evolution in the concentration-mass relation, though it could be mitigated by particular selection functions. Similar to previous studies investigating the X-ray luminosity-mass relation, our data suggest a lower evolution than expected from self-similarity.


ATCA detections of massive molecular gas reservoirs in dusty, high-z radio galaxies

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 465 (2017) 1297-1307

I Heywood, Y Contreras, DJB Smith, A Cooray, L Dunne, L Gomez, E Ibar, RJ Ivison, MJ Jarvis, MJ Michalowski, DA Riechers, P van der Werf


The KMOS Redshift One Spectroscopic Survey ( KROSS): rotational velocities and angular momentum of z approximate to 0.9 galaxies

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 467 (2017) 1965-1983

CM Harrison, HL Johnson, AM Swinbank, JP Stott, RG Bower, I Smail, AL Tiley, AJ Bunker, M Cirasuolo, D Sobral, RM Sharples, P Best, M Bureau, MJ Jarvis, G Magdis


A complete distribution of redshifts for submillimetre galaxies in the SCUBA-2 Cosmology Legacy Survey UDS field

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 471 (2017) 2453-2462

DJB Smith, CC Hayward, MJ Jarvis, C Simpson


MIGHTEE: The MeerKAT International GHz Tiered Extragalactic Exploration

IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 198 (2017)

AR Taylor, M Jarvis

© Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd. The MeerKAT telescope is the precursor of the Square Kilometre Array mid-frequency dish array to be deployed later this decade on the African continent. MIGHTEE is one of the MeerKAT large survey projects designed to pathfind SKA key science in cosmology and galaxy evolution. Through a tiered radio continuum deep imaging project including several fields totaling 20 square degrees to microJy sensitivities and an ultra-deep image of a single 1 square degree field of view, MIGHTEE will explore dark matter and large scale structure, the evolution of galaxies, including AGN activity and star formation as a function of cosmic time and environment, the emergence and evolution of magnetic fields in galaxies, and the magnetic counter part to large scale structure of the universe.


Evidence that the AGN dominates the radio emission in z similar to 1 radio-quiet quasars

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 468 (2017) 217-238

SV White, MJ Jarvis, E Kalfountzou, MJ Hardcastle, A Verma, JMC Orjales, J Stevens


Cosmology with AGN dust time lags-simulating the new VEILS survey

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 464 (2017) 1693-1703

SF Honig, D Watson, M Kishimoto, P Gandhi, M Goad, K Horne, F Shankar, M Banerji, B Boulderstone, M Jarvis, M Smith, M Sullivan


The prevalence of core emission in faint radio galaxies in the SKA Simulated Skies

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 471 (2017) 908-913

IH Whittam, MJ Jarvis, DA Green, I Heywood, JM Riley


An Application of Multi-band Forced Photometry to One Square Degree of SERVS: Accurate Photometric Redshifts and Implications for Future Science

ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT SERIES 230 (2017) ARTN 9

K Nyland, M Lacy, A Sajina, J Pforr, D Farrah, G Wilson, J Surace, B Haussler, M Vaccari, M Jarvis


Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): the environments of high- and low-excitation radio galaxies

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 469 (2017) 4584-4599

JHY Ching, SM Croom, EM Sadler, ASG Robotham, S Brough, IK Baldry, J Bland-Hawthorn, M Colless, SP Driver, BW Holwerda, AM Hopkins, MJ Jarvis, HM Johnston, LS Kelvin, J Liske, J Loveday, P Norberg, MB Pracy, O Steele, D Thomas, L Wang


The SCUBA-2 Cosmology Legacy Survey: 850 mu m maps, catalogues and number counts

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 465 (2017) 1789-1806

JE Geach, JS Dunlop, M Halpern, I Smail, P van der Werf, DM Alexander, O Almaini, I Aretxaga, V Arumugam, V Asboth, M Banerji, J Beanlands, PN Best, AW Blain, M Birkinshaw, EL Chapin, SC Chapman, C-C Chen, A Chrysostomou, C Clarke, DL Clements, C Conselice, KEK Coppin, WI Cowley, ALR Danielson, S Eales, AC Edge, D Farrah, A Gibb, CM Harrison, NK Hine, D Hughes, RJ Ivison, M Jarvis, T Jenness, SF Jones, A Karim, M Koprowski, KK Knudsen, CG Lacey, T Mackenzie, G Marsden, K McAlpine, R McMahon, R Meijerink, MJ Michalowski, SJ Oliver, MJ Page, JA Peacock, D Rigopoulou, EI Robson, I Roseboom, K Rotermund, D Scott, S Serjeant, C Simpson, JM Simpson, DJB Smith, M Spaans, F Stanley, JA Stevens, AM Swinbank, T Targett, AP Thomson, E Valiante, DA Wake, TMA Webb, C Willott, JA Zavala, M Zemcov


The LOFAR window on star-forming galaxies and AGNs - curved radio SEDs and IR-radio correlation at 0 < z < 2.5

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 469 (2017) 3468-3488

GC Rivera, WL Williams, MJ Hardcastle, K Duncan, HJA Rottgering, PN Best, M Brueggen, KT Chyzy, CJ Conselice, F de Gasperin, D Engels, G Gurkan, HT Intema, MJ Jarvis, EK Mahony, GK Miley, LK Morabito, I Prandoni, J Sabater, DJB Smith, C Tasse, PP van der Werf, GJ White


The third data release of the Kilo-Degree Survey and associated data products

ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS 604 (2017) ARTN A134

JTA de Jong, GAV Kleijn, T Erben, H Hildebrandt, K Kuijken, G Sikkema, M Brescia, M Bilicki, NR Napolitano, V Amaro, KG Begeman, DR Boxhoorn, H Buddelmeijer, S Cavuoti, F Getman, A Grado, E Helmich, Z Huang, N Irisarri, F La Barbera, G Longo, JP McFarland, R Nakajima, M Paolillo, E Puddu, M Radovich, A Rifatto, C Tortora, EA Valentijn, C Vellucci, W-J Vriend, A Amon, C Blake, A Choi, IF Conti, SDJ Gwyn, R Herbonnet, C Heymans, H Hoekstra, D Klaes, J Merten, L Miller, P Schneider, M Viola


Investigating the unification of LOFAR-detected powerful AGN in the Bootes field

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 469 (2017) 1883-1896

LK Morabito, WL Williams, KJ Duncan, HJA Rottgering, G Miley, A Saxena, P Barthel, PN Best, M Bruggen, G Brunetti, KT Chyzy, D Engels, MJ Hardcastle, JJ Harwood, MJ Jarvis, EK Mahony, I Prandoni, TW Shimwell, A Shulevski, C Tasse

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