I have authored and co-authored 59 articles, 46 of which are peer reviewed. First-author publications are marked with *, and publications under my supervision with **. The full list can also be retrieved from ADS by clicking here.

| Refereed Publications |

46- Cowley, M. J.; Spitler, L. R. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2015, ZFOURGE catalogue of AGN candidates: a comparison of star-formation in active and inactive galaxies to z=3.2, Submitted to MNRAS

45- Wang, T.;  et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2015, Understanding the AGN-host connection at 0.5<z<2.5: The dependence of black hole accretion on host colors, Submitted to Astronomy & Astrophysics

44- Silverman, J. D. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2015, The FMOS-COSMOS survey of star-forming galaxies at z~1.6 III. Survey design, performance, and sample characteristics, The Astrophysical Journal Supplements 220, 12

43- Trump, J. R. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2015, The Biases of Optical Line-Ratio Selection for Active Galactic Nuclei, and the Intrinsic Relationship between Black Hole Accretion and Galaxy Star Formation, The Astrophysical Journal 811, 26

42- Mullaney, J. R. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2015, ALMA and Herschel reveal that X-ray-selected AGN and main-sequence galaxies have different star formation rate distributions, MNRAS, 453, 83

41- Pannella, M.; Elbaz, D. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2015, GOODS-Herschel: Star formation, dust attenuation and the FIR-radio correlation on the man sequence of star-forming galaxies up to z~4, The Astrophysical Journal, 807, 141

40- Leiton, R.; Elbaz, D. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2015, GOODS-Herschel: identification of the individual galaxies responsible for the 80-290μm background, A&A, 579, 93

39- Tsai, C.-W. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2014, The Most Luminous Galaxies Discovered by WISE, The Astrophysical Journal 805, 90

38- Dopita, M. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2014, Probing the Physics of Narrow Line Regions in Active Galaxies II: The Siding Spring Southern Seyfert Spectroscopic Snapshot Survey (S7), The Astrophysical Journal Supplements 217, 12

37- Valentino, F.; Daddi, E. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2014, Metal Deficiency in Cluster Star-forming Galaxies at z=2: Evidense for a transitional phase?, The Astrophysical Journal 801, 132

36- Dopita, M. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2014, Probing the Physics of Narrow Line Regions in Active Galaxies III: Accretion and Cocoon Shock in LINER NGC 1052, The Astrophysical Journal 801, 42

35- Schreiber, C.; Pannella, D. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2014, The Herschel view of the dominant mode of galaxy growth from z~4 to the present day, A&A, 575, 74

34- Genzel, R. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2014, Combined CO & Dust Scaling Relations of Depletion Time and Molecular Gas Fractions with Cosmic Time, Specific Star Formation Rate and Stellar Mass, The Astrophysical Journal, 800, 20

 **33- Roos, O.; Juneau, S.; Bournaud, F. & Gabor, J.M. (2014), Thermal and radiative AGN feedback has a limited impact on star formation in high-redshift galaxies, The Astrophysical Journal, 800, 19

32- Trump, J. R.; Barro, G.; Juneau, S. et al. (2014), No more AGN in clumpy disks than in smooth galaxies at z~2 in CANDELS/3D-HST, The Astrophysical Journal, 793, 101

31- Sargent, M. T. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2014, Regularity underlying complexity: a redshift-independent description of the continuous variation of galaxy-scale molecular gas properties in the mass-star formation rate plane, The Astrophysical Journal, 793, 19

*30- Juneau, S.; Bournaud, F.; Charlot, S.; Daddi, E. et al. (2014), AGN Emission Line Diagnostics and the Mass-Metallicity Relation up to Redshift z~2: The Impact of Selection Effects and Evolution, The Astrophysical Journal, 788, 88

29- Villforth, C. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2014, Morphologies of z~0.7 AGN host galaxies in CANDELS: no trend of merger incidence with AGN luminosity, MNRAS 439, 3342

28- Bournaud, F. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2014, The Long Lives of Giant Clumps and the Birth of Outflows in Gas-rich Galaxies at High Redshift, The Astrophysical Journal, 780, 57

*27- Juneau, S.; Dickinson, M.; Bournaud, F. et al. (2013), Widespread and Hidden Active Galactic Nuclei in Star-Forming Galaxies at Redshift > 0.3, The Astrophysical Journal 764, 176

26- Trump, J. R.; Konidaris, N. P.; Barro, G.; Koo, D. C.; Kocevski, D. D.; Juneau, S. et al. (2013), Testing Diagnostics of Nuclear Activity and Star Formation in Galaxies at z>1, The Astrophysical Journal Letters 763, 6

25- Del Moro, A. et al. (including Juneau, S.) 2013, GOODS-Herschel: radio-excess signature of hidden AGN activity in distant star-forming galaxies, A&A 549, 59

24- Cooper, M. C.; Yan, R.; Dickinson, M.; Juneau, S. et al (2012), The Arizona CDFS Environment Survey (ACES): A Magellan/IMACS Spectroscopic Survey of the Chandra Deep Field South, MNRAS 425, 2116

23- Bournaud, F.; Juneau, S.; LeFloc’h, E. et al. (2012), An Observed Link between Active Galactic Nuclei and Violent Disk Instabilities in High-Redshift Galaxies, The Astrophysical Journal, 757, 81

22- Mullaney, J. R.; Daddi, E.; Béthermin, M.; Elbaz, D.; Juneau, S. et al. (2012), The hidden AGN main sequence: Evidence for a universal SMBH accretion to star formation rate ratio since z~2 producing a M_BH-M* relation, The Astrophysical Journal, 419, 95  

21- Mullaney, J. et al (including Juneau, S.) 2012, GOODS-Herschel: the far-infrared view of star formation in active galactic nucleus host galaxies since z≈3, MNRAS, 419, 95

20- Kocevski, D. D. et al (2012), CANDELS: Constraining the AGN-Merger Connection with Host Morphologies at z~2, The Astrophysical Journal, 744, 148

19- Georgakakis, A. et al (2011), Observational constraints on the physics behind the evolution of active galactic nuclei since z~1, MNRAS, 418, 2590

18- Trump, J. et al (2011), A CANDELS WFC3 Grism Study of Emission-line Galaxies at z ~ 2: A Mix of Nuclear Activity and Low-metallicity Star Formation, The Astrophysical Journal, 743, 144

17- Bournaud, F.; Dekel, A.; Teyssier, R.; Cacciato, M.; Daddi, E.; Juneau, S. & Shankar, F. (2011), Black Hole Growth and Active Galactic Nuclei Obscuration by Instability-driven Inflows in High-redshift Disk Galaxies Fed by Cold Streams, The Astrophysical Journal, 741, 33

16- Damjanov, I. et al (2011), Red Nuggets at High Redshift: Structural Evolution of Quiescent Galaxies Over 10 Gyr of Cosmic History, The Astrophysical Journal, 739, 44

15- Schenck, D. E.; Shirley, Y. L.; Reiter, M.; Juneau, S. (2011), Testing the Global Star Formation relation: An HCO+(3-2) Mapping Study of Red MSX Sources in the Bolocam Galactic Plane Survey, The Astronomical Journal, 142, 94

14- Elbaz, D. et al (2011), GOODS-Herschel: an infrared main sequence for star-forming galaxies, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 533, 119

*13- Juneau, S.; Dickinson, M.; Alexander, D. & Salim, S. (2011), A New Diagnostic of Active Galactic Nuclei: Revealing Highly-Obscured Systems at Redshift>0.3, The Astrophysical Journal, 736, 104

12- Cooper, M. et al (2011), The DEEP3 Galaxy Redshift Survey: Keck/DEIMOS Spectroscopy in the GOODS-N Field, The Astrophysical Journal Supplement, 193, 44

11- Rujopakarn, W.; Rieke, G. H.; Eisenstein, D. J. & Juneau, S. (2011), Morphology and Size Differences between Local & High Redshift Luminous Infrared Galaxies, The Astrophysical Journal, 726, 93

*10- Juneau, S.; Narayanan, D.; Moustakas, J.; Shirley, Y. L. et al (2009), Enhanced Dense Gas Fraction in Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies, The Astrophysical Journal, 707, 1217

9- Mentuch, E. et al (2009), A Near-Infrared Excess in the Continuum of High-redshift Galaxies: A Tracer of Star Formation and Circumstellar Disks?, The Astrophysical Journal, 706, 1020

8- Damjanov, I. et al (2009), Red Nuggets at z~1.5: Compact Passive Galaxies and the Formation of the Kormendy Relation, The Astrophysical Journal, 695, 101

7- Bussmann, R. S.; Narayanan, D.; Shirley, Y. L.; Juneau, S. et al (2008), The Star Formation Rate-Dense Gas Relation in Galaxies as Measured by HCN(3-2) Emission, The Astrophysical Journal, 681, L73

6- Abraham, R. G. et al (2007), The Gemini Deep Deep Survey. VIII. When Did Early-Type Galaxies Form?, The Astrophysical Journal, 669, 184

5- McCarthy, P. et al (2007), A Compact Cluster of Massive Red Galaxies at a Redshift of 1.5, The Astrophysical Journal, 664, L17

4- Le Borgne, D. et al (2006), Gemini Deep Deep Survey VI. Massive Hδ-strong Galaxies at z~1, The Astrophysical Journal, 642, 48

3- Savaglio, S.; Glazebrook, K.; Le Borgne, D.; Juneau, S. et al (2005), The Gemini Deep Deep Survey. VII. The Redshift Evolution of the Mass-Metallicity Relation, The Astrophysical Journal, 635, 260

*2- Juneau, S. et al (2005), The Gemini Deep Deep Survey: Cosmic Star Formation History and its Dependence on Galaxy Stellar Mass, The Astrophysical Journal, 619, L135

1- McCarthy, P. J. et al (2004), Evolved Galaxies at z>1.5 from the Gemini Deep Deep Survey: The Formation Epoch of Massive Stellar Systems, The Astrophysical Journal, 614, L9    

| Non-refereed Publications |

13- Scharwächter, J. et al (2015), The WiFeS S7 AGN survey: Current status and recent results on NGC 6300, Refereed Proceeding of the "The Universe of Digital Sky Surveys" conference held at the INAF - Observatory of Capodimonte, Naples, on 25th-28th november 2014 (arXiv:1507.01952)

12- Roos, O.; Juneau, S.; Bournaud, F. & Gabor, J. (2014), Thermal and radiative AGN feedback : weak impact on star formation in high-redshift disk galaxy simulations, Proceedings for SF2A (arXiv1410.6659)

11- Juneau, S. (2014), AGN Absorption Linked to Host Galaxies, Proceedings for IAUS 304: Multiwavelength AGN Surveys and Studies, IAUS 304, 319 (arXiv1312.4563)

10- Juneau, S. (2011), Finding Hidden Supermassive Black Holes in Distant Galaxies, Science Highlights, NOAO Newsletter, Number 104

9- Abraham, R. G. et al (2007), When do early-type galaxies form?, IAUS 235, 345

8- Mahabal, A. et al (2006), An Unusual Optical Transient from Palomar-Quest: Possible Peculiar Supernova?, ATel, 827, 1

7- Juneau, S. (2005), Did the Most Massive Galaxies Form First?, Publication of the Gemini Observatory (Gemini Focus), June 2005

6- Abraham, R. G. et al (2005), Star-forming, recently star-forming, and “red and dead” galaxies at 1<z<2, ASSL, 329, 195

5- Savaglio, S.; Glazebrook, K.; Le Borgne, D.; Juneau, S. et al (2005), The mass-metallicity relation at z~0.7, AIPC, 761, 425

4- Savaglio, S.; Glazebrook, K.; Le Borgne, D.; Juneau, S. et al (2004), The GEMINI Deep Deep Survey: The Mass-Metallicity Relation at High Redshift, AAS, 205, 3809


Co-author on three non-refereed SPIE papers published in: Instrument Design and Performance for Optical/Infrared Ground-based Telescopes. Edited by Iye, Masanori; Moorwood, Alan F. M. Proceedings of the SPIE, 4841 (2003):

3- Hook, I. et al, Gemini-north multiobject spectrograph integration, test, and commissioning, pp. 1645-1656

2- Murowinski, R. G. et al, Gemini-north multiobject spectrograph optical performance, pp. 1440-1451

1- Murowinski, R. G. et al, Gemini-North Multiobject Spectrograph Stability Performance, pp. 1189-1200

© Stephanie Juneau 2014