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S. M. Tribiano (BMCC, CUNY / AMNH), T. A. D. Paglione (YORK, CUNY / AMNH), P. L. Shopbell, P. Capek (Caltech), C. Liu (CSI, CUNY / AMNH), N. D. Tyson (AMNH), COSMOS Team
We measure the angular and spatial correlation function, \omega(\theta) on scales of \theta = 3" - 300" and \xi(r) on scales of 1-25 h-1 Mpc of 18,801 starburst galaxies (SBGs) with 20 < i+AB < 25 in the COSMOS Field and compare to the correlation functions of the full galaxy sample (180,451 objects) over 0 < z \le 2.4. We find in all redshift slices of thickness dz = 0.4, except 0.8 < z \le 1.2 for \omega(\theta) only, that the amplitude of the clustering of SBGs is greater than that of the full galaxy sample. We report results of fits to a power law profile, measured correlation lengths, and discuss implications for starburst environments.
This work is supported by the CUNY Community College Collaborative Research Incentive Grant and the American Museum of Natural History.
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Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 37 #4
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