The GOGREEN survey: transition galaxies and the evolution of environmental quenching

Karen McNab, Michael L. Balogh, Remco F. J. van der Burg, Anya Forestell, Kristi Webb, Benedetta Vulcani, Gregory Rudnick, Adam Muzzin, M. C. Cooper, Sean McGee, Andrea Biviano, Pierluigi Cerulo, Jeffrey C. C. Chan, Gabriella De Lucia, Ricardo Demarco, Alexis Finoguenov, Ben Forrest, Caelan Golledge, Pascale Jablonka, Chris LidmanJulie Nantais, Lyndsay Old, Irene Pintos-Castro, Bianca Poggianti, Andrew M. M. Reeves, Gillian Wilson, Howard K. C. Yee, Dennis Zaritsky

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We measure the rate of environmentally-driven star formation quenching in galaxies at $z\sim 1$, using eleven massive ($M\approx 2\times10^{14}\,\mathrm{M}_\odot$) galaxy clusters spanning a redshift range $1.010.5$) we do not find any significant excess of transition galaxies in clusters, relative to a comparison field sample at the same redshift. It is likely that such galaxies were quenched prior to their accretion in the cluster, in group, filament or protocluster environments. For lower stellar mass galaxies ($9.5
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 7 Sept 2021

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Accepted for publication in MNRAS Sept 6, 2021


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