AAS 204th Meeting, June 2004
Session 48 Galaxy Evolution and Galaxy Clustering in the NDWFS' Bootes Field
Topical Session, Wednesday, June 2, 2004, 8:30-10:00am, 10:45am-12:30pm, 603/605/607

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[48.07] Preliminary Results from the FLAMINGOS Extragalactic Survey

A. Gonzalez (Florida), A. Dey (NOAO), P. R. M. Eisenhardt (JPL), B. Jannuzi (NOAO), Y.-T. Lin (UIUC), E. McKenzie (Florida), J. J. Mohr (UIUC), S. N. Raines (Florida), S. A. Stanford (UC Davis, IGPP/LLNL), D. Stern (JPL), M. Brown (NOAO), R. J. Elston (Florida)

We present initial results from the FLAMINGOS Extragalactic Survey, a deep near-infrared imaging survey within the NOAO Deep Wide-Field Survey regions. This program is designed to study evolution of the galaxy and galaxy cluster populations out to z~. The field locations are selected to provide extensive overlap with observations at other wavelengths, and the target depths of the survey are Ks=20.5 and J=22 (Vega). The final observations for the survey were obtained in May, and final data reduction and quality assessment are nearing completion. During this talk we describe the initial science being done with the data set, highlight upcoming work, and discuss planned coordination with other surveys within the NDWFS region. Specific emphasis will be placed upon identification of galaxy clusters at z>1.

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