Ultraviolet, optical, and infrared constraints on models of stellar populations and dust attenuation

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Ultraviolet, optical, and infrared constraints on models of stellar populations and dust attenuation
Author(s)
Johnson B, Schiminovich D, Seibert M, Treyer M, Martin D, Barlow T, Forster K, Friedman P, Morrissey P, Neff S, Small T, Wyder T, Bianchi L, Donas J, Heckman T, Lee Y, Madore B, Milliard B, Rich R, Szalay A, Welsh B, Yi S
Publication Title
ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT SERIES
Publication Title (abbreviated)
ASTROPHYS J SUPPL SER
Publication Date
2007 Dec
DOI
10.1086/522932
ISSN
0067-0049
Volume
173
Issue
2
Page Count
15
First Page
377
Last Page
391
Keyword(s)
Astronomy & Astrophysics, dust, extinction, galaxies : evolution, galaxies : fundamental parameters, infrared : galaxies, ultraviolet : galaxies, STAR-FORMING GALAXIES, DIGITAL SKY SURVEY, SPECTRAL ENERGY-DISTRIBUTIONS, COLOR-MAGNITUDE DISTRIBUTION, INITIAL MASS FUNCTION, STARBURST GALAXIES, NEARBY GALAXIES, FIELD GALAXIES, FORMATION RATES, DISK GALAXIES
Citation
Johnson B, Schiminovich D, Seibert M, Treyer M, Martin D, Barlow T, Forster K, Friedman P, Morrissey P, Neff S, et al. Ultraviolet, optical, and infrared constraints on models of stellar populations and dust attenuation. ASTROPHYS J SUPPL SER. 2007;173 (2):377-391.
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