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Mock galaxy catalogs, full Rockstar catalogs and consistent merger tree are released

Mock galaxy catalogs using ν2GC simulations are now released.
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Full Rockstar catalogs for all snapshots of ν2GC-S, ν2GC-H1 and ν2GC-H2 are now released. Consistent merger trees are also available
ν2GC-S (20483, 280Mpc/h)   tree
ν2GC-H1 (20483, 140Mpc/h)   tree
ν2GC-H2 (20483, 70Mpc/h)   tree
When you write papers using these catalogs, we would be very grateful if you could refer the simulation paper (Ishiyama et al., 2015) and its companion (Makiya et al., 2016) shown below.

The New Numerical Galaxy Catalog (ν2GC) :
An Updated Semi-analytic Model of Galaxy and AGN with Large Cosmological N-body Simulations

Makiya et al., PASJ, 2016, 68, 25 (arXiv:1508.07215)

The ν2GC Simulations :
Quantifying the Dark Side of the Universe
in the Planck Cosmology

Ishiyama et al., PASJ, 2015, 67, 61, (arXiv:1412:2860)

Tomoaki Ishiyama (University of Tsukuba),
Motohiro Enoki (Tokyo Keizai University),
Masakazu A.R. Kobayashi (Ehime University),
Ryu Makiya (University of Tokyo),
Masahiro Nagashima (Nagasaki University, Bunkyo University),
Taira Oogi (Nagasaki University, Bunkyo University)

We present the evolution of dark matter halos in six large cosmological N-body simulations, called the ν2GC (New Numerical Galaxy Catalog) simulations on the basis of the LCDM cosmology consistent with observational results obtained by the Planck satellite. The largest simulation consists of 81923 (550 billion) dark matter particles in a box of 1.12 Gpc/h (a mass resolution of 2.20 x 108 Msun). Among simulations utilizing boxes larger than 1 Gpc/h, our simulation yields the highest resolution simulation that has ever been achieved. A ν2GC simulation with the smallest box consists of eight billions particles in a box of 70 Mpc/h (a mass resolution of 3.44 x 106). These simulations can follow the evolution of halos over masses of eight orders of magnitude, from small dwarf galaxies to massive clusters. Using the unprecedentedly high resolution and powerful statistics of the ν2GC simulations, we provide statistical results of the halo mass function, mass accretion rate, formation redshift, and merger statistics, and present accurate fitting functions for the Planck cosmology. By combining the ν2GC simulations with our new semi-analytic galaxy formation model, we are able to prepare mock catalogs of galaxies and active galactic nuclei, which will be made publicly available in the near future.