Portsmouth Spectro-Photometric Model Fitting

Claudia Maraston, Janine Pforr, Bruno M. Henriques, Daniel Thomas, David Wake, Joel R. Brownstein, Diego Capozzi, Jeremy Tinker, Kevin Bundy, Ramin A. Skibba, Alessandra Beifiori, Robert C. Nichol, Edd Edmondson, Donald P. Schneider, Yanmei Chen, Karen L. Masters, Oliver Steele, Adam S. Bolton, Donald G. York, Benjamin A. Weaver, Tim Higgs, Dmitry Bizyaev, Howard Brewington, Elena Malanushenko, Viktor Malanushenko, Stephanie Snedden, Daniel Oravetz, Kaike Pan, Alaina Shelden, Audrey Simmons

Portsmouth spectral energy distribution (SED) fit stellar masses (Maraston et al. 2013) are calculated using the BOSS spectroscopic redshift, Z_NOQSO and u,g,r,i,z photometry by means of broad-band SED fitting of stellar population models. Separate calculations are carried out with a passive template and a star-forming template, and in each case for both Salpeter (1955) and Kroupa (2001) initial mass functions, and for stellar evolution with and without stellar mass loss.

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