AAS 203rd Meeting, January 2004
Session 106 Galaxy Evolution with Deep Ground-based Surveys
Oral, Wednesday, January 7, 2004, 2:00-3:30pm, Regency VI

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[106.04] Galaxy Clustering in the DEEP2 Redshift Survey

A.L. Coil (Univ. California at Berkeley), DEEP2 Team

I will discuss early results from the DEEP2 Redshift Survey on galaxy clustering at z~1 as a function of color, spectral type and luminosity. We find that red, absorption-dominated, passively-evolving galaxies are more strongly clustered than blue, emission-line, actively star-forming galaxies. Intrinsically brighter galaxies also cluster more strongly than fainter galaxies at z~1. We find that the galaxy bias for the DEEP2 sample is ~1.0-1.2. I will also discuss measurements of angular galaxy correlations in our DEEP2 photometric data and the dependence of galaxy clustering on redshift and color, focusing on the evolution of clustering from z~0-1.

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