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An upper limit to [C ii] emission in a z ≃ 5 galaxy

A large-scale structure traced by [O ii] emitters hosting a distant cluster at z= 1.62

Measurements of Ca ii absorption, metals and dust in a sample of z≃ 1 DLAs and subDLAs*

HiZELS: a high-redshift survey of Hα emitters – II. The nature of star-forming galaxies at z= 0.84*

A complete sample of 21-cm absorbers at z∼ 1.3: Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope survey using Mg ii systems

High-resolution ALMA observations of SDP.81. II. Molecular clump properties of a lensed submillimeter galaxy at z = 3.042

The ALMA Patchy Deep Survey: a blind search for [C ii] emitters at z ∼ 4.5

ALMA detection of a disc-dominated [C ii] emission line at z=4.6 in the luminous QSO J1554+1937

Extreme C ii emission in type 2 quasars at z ∼ 2.5: a signature of κ-distributed electron energies?

Nebular and stellar properties of a metal-poor H ii galaxy at z= 3.36

A sample of 6C radio sources designed to find objects at redshift z > 4 - II. Spectrophotometry and emission-line properties

[O ii] emitters in the GOODS field at z∼ 1.85: a homogeneous measure of evolving star formation

Lyman ‘bump’ galaxies – II. A possible signature of massive extremely metal-poor or metal-free stars in z= 3.1 Lyα emitters*

A 2 per cent distance to z = 0.35 by reconstructing baryon acoustic oscillations – II. Fitting techniques

[O ii] emitters at z ∼ 4.6 in the GOODS field: a homogeneous measure of evolving star formation

A 1.4 deg2 blind survey for C II], C III] and C IV at z ∼ 0.7–1.5 – II. Luminosity functions and cosmic average line ratios

Radio study of X-ray clusters of galaxies—II. A1300: a post-merger cluster at z=0.31 containing a halo and a relic

A survey for redshifted molecular and atomic absorption lines – II. Associated H i, OH and millimetre lines in the z≳ 3 Parkes quarter-Jansky flat-spectrum sample


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