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The KMOS Deep Survey (KDS) I : Dynamical measurements of typical star-forming galaxies at z $\simeq$ 3.5. / Turner, O. J.; Cirasuolo, M.; Harrison, C. M. et al.

In: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 471, No. 2, 21.10.2017, p. 1280-1320.

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Turner, OJ, Cirasuolo, M, Harrison, CM, McLure, RJ, Dunlop, JS, Swinbank, AM, Johnson, HL, Sobral, D, Matthee, J & Sharples, RM 2017, 'The KMOS Deep Survey (KDS) I: Dynamical measurements of typical star-forming galaxies at z $\simeq$ 3.5', Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 471, no. 2, pp. 1280-1320. https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stx1366

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Turner, O. J., Cirasuolo, M., Harrison, C. M., McLure, R. J., Dunlop, J. S., Swinbank, A. M., Johnson, H. L., Sobral, D., Matthee, J., & Sharples, R. M. (2017). The KMOS Deep Survey (KDS) I: Dynamical measurements of typical star-forming galaxies at z $\simeq$ 3.5. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 471(2), 1280-1320. https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stx1366

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Turner OJ, Cirasuolo M, Harrison CM, McLure RJ, Dunlop JS, Swinbank AM et al. The KMOS Deep Survey (KDS) I: Dynamical measurements of typical star-forming galaxies at z $\simeq$ 3.5. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 2017 Oct 21;471(2):1280-1320. Epub 2017 Jun 3. doi: 10.1093/mnras/stx1366

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Turner, O. J. ; Cirasuolo, M. ; Harrison, C. M. et al. / The KMOS Deep Survey (KDS) I : Dynamical measurements of typical star-forming galaxies at z $\simeq$ 3.5. In: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 2017 ; Vol. 471, No. 2. pp. 1280-1320.

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abstract = "We present dynamical measurements from the KMOS (K-band Multi-Object Spectrograph) Deep Survey (KDS), which is comprised of 77 typical star-forming galaxies at z $\simeq$ 3.5 in the mass range 9.0 1), with the sample average V$_{C}$/{\sigma}$_{int}$ value much smaller than at lower redshift. After carefully selecting comparable star-forming samples at multiple epochs, we find that the rotation-dominated fraction evolves with redshift with a z$^{-0.2}$ dependence. The rotation-dominated KDS galaxies show no clear offset from the local rotation velocity-stellar mass (i.e. V$_{C}$-M$_{\star}$) relation, although a smaller fraction of the galaxies are on the relation due to the increase in the dispersion-dominated fraction. These observations are consistent with a simple equilibrium model picture, in which random motions are boosted in high redshift galaxies by a combination of the increasing gas fractions, accretion efficiency, specific star-formation rate and stellar feedback and which may provide significant pressure support against gravity on the galactic disk scale.",
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AU - Harrison, C. M.

AU - McLure, R. J.

AU - Dunlop, J. S.

AU - Swinbank, A. M.

AU - Johnson, H. L.

AU - Sobral, D.

AU - Matthee, J.

AU - Sharples, R. M.

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N2 - We present dynamical measurements from the KMOS (K-band Multi-Object Spectrograph) Deep Survey (KDS), which is comprised of 77 typical star-forming galaxies at z $\simeq$ 3.5 in the mass range 9.0 1), with the sample average V$_{C}$/{\sigma}$_{int}$ value much smaller than at lower redshift. After carefully selecting comparable star-forming samples at multiple epochs, we find that the rotation-dominated fraction evolves with redshift with a z$^{-0.2}$ dependence. The rotation-dominated KDS galaxies show no clear offset from the local rotation velocity-stellar mass (i.e. V$_{C}$-M$_{\star}$) relation, although a smaller fraction of the galaxies are on the relation due to the increase in the dispersion-dominated fraction. These observations are consistent with a simple equilibrium model picture, in which random motions are boosted in high redshift galaxies by a combination of the increasing gas fractions, accretion efficiency, specific star-formation rate and stellar feedback and which may provide significant pressure support against gravity on the galactic disk scale.

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