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SZ Surveys are Coming: What should we do?

J.G. Bartlett 1 
1 APC - Cosmologie
APC (UMR_7164) - AstroParticule et Cosmologie
Abstract : Galaxy clusters furnish extremely rich information on the contents and structure of our universe. The potential of galaxy cluster studies to constrain dark energy, for example, motivates a number of ambitious cluster surveys. Among these, surveys based on the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich (SZ) effect are particularly powerful for their ability to cleanly select clusters out to redshifts z>1. Now poised to begin surveying substantial areas of sky, dedicated interferometers, bolometer cameras and the Planck satellite will soon produce large cluster catalogs that will provide a precise measure of the cosmic expansion rate over a range of redshifts and precipitate a new understanding of structure and galaxy formation. I review the science potential of these surveys and examine some issues of SZ cluster catalog construction.
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J.G. Bartlett. SZ Surveys are Coming: What should we do?. 41st Rencontres De Moriond: Workshop On Cosmology: Contents And Structures Of The Universe, Mar 2006, La Thuile, Italy. ⟨in2p3-00087107⟩

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