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Please cite the following papers if you think that the SAGA database is helpful in writing your paper.

“The Stellar Abundances for Galactic Archeology (SAGA) Database – Compilation of the Characteristics of Known Extremely Metal-Poor Stars”

T. Suda, Y. Katsuta, S. Yamada, T. Suwa, C. Ishizuka, Y. Komiya, K. Sorai, M. Aikawa, and M. Y. Fujimoto, PASJ, 60, 1159-1171, 2008.

See also,

  • “The Stellar Abundances for Galactic Archaeology (SAGA) Database II – Implications for Mixing and Nucleosynthesis in Extremely Metal-Poor Stars and Chemical Enrichment of the Galaxy”
    • T. Suda, S. Yamada, Y. Katsuta, Y. Komiya, C. Ishizuka, W. Aoki, and M. Y. Fujimoto, MNRAS, 412, 843-874, 2011.
    • Five sets of database to produce figures in the paper are available here.
  • “The Stellar Abundances for Galactic Archaeology (SAGA) Database – III. Analysis of enrichment histories for elements and two modes of star formation during the early evolution of the Milky Way”
  • “The Stellar Abundances for Galactic Archaeology (SAGA) Database – IV. Compilation of Stars in Dwarf Galaxies”
    • T. Suda, J. Hidaka, W. Aoki, Y. Katsuta, S. Yamada, M. Y. Fujimoto, Y. Ohtani, M. Masuyama, K. Noda, and K. Wada, submitted to PASJ, arXiv:1703.10009.

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The SAGA database systems are maintained by Takuma Suda, Yutaka Katsuta, and Shimako Yamada.

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