Table of contents

  1. Abstract

  2. Introduction

  3. Weisz

    • What the data is and how it was gathered

    • Corrections 0: 0.64 factor

    • Corrections 1: Location

  4. SMF data

    • Summary of data + paramaterization

    • merger correction

  5. Comparison between Weisz and SMF and what it means

  6. Conclusion


Strangulation is a proposed means by which dwarf galaxy growth rates are slower than expected compared to distant galaxies. In this paper, we investigate the growth rates of dwarf galaxies in the local group and compare them to growth rates found in more distant and massive galaxies.

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