Star formation in AEGIS field galaxies since z = 1.1: The dominance of gradually declining star formation, and the main sequence of star-forming galaxies

K. G. Noeske, B. J. Weiner, S. M. Faber, C. Papovich, D. C. Koo, R. S. Somerville, K. Bundy, C. J. Conselice, J. A. Newman, D. Schiminovich, E. Le Floc'h, A. L. Coil, G. H. Rieke, J. M. Lotz, J. R. Primack, P. Barmby, M. C. Cooper, M. Davis, R. S. Ellis, G. G. FazioP. Guhathakurta, J. Huang, S. A. Kassin, D. C. Martin, A. C. Phillips, R. M. Rich, T. A. Small, C. N.A. Wlllmer, G. Wilson

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