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  • Stephen Eales
  • Andrew Fullard
  • Matthew Allen
  • M. W. L. Smith
  • Ivan Baldry
  • Nathan Bourne
  • C. J. R. Clark
  • Simon Driver
  • Loretta Dunne
  • Simon Dye
  • Alister W. Graham
  • Edo Ibar
  • Andrew Hopkins
  • Rob Ivison
  • Lee S. Kelvin
  • Steve Maddox
  • Claudia Maraston
  • Aaron S. G. Robotham
  • Edward N. Taylor
  • Elisabetta Valiante
  • Paul van der Werf
  • Maarten Baes
  • Sarah Brough
  • David Clements
  • Asantha Cooray
  • Haley Gomez
  • Jon Loveday
  • Steven Phillipps
  • Douglas Scott
  • Steve Serjeant
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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3489-3507
JournalMonthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
Early online date20 Aug 2015
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2015


Using results from the Herschel Astrophysical Terrahertz Large-Area Survey and the Galaxy and Mass Assembly project, we show that, for galaxy masses above approximately 1.0e8 solar masses, 51% of the stellar mass-density in the local Universe is in early-type galaxies (ETGs: Sersic n > 2.5) while 89% of the rate of production of stellar mass-density is occurring in late-type galaxies (LTGs: Sersic n

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