Redshift Distributions of Galaxies in the DES Science Verification Shear Catalogue and Implications for Weak Lensing
C. Bonnett, M. A. Troxel, W. Hartley, A. Amara, B. Leistedt, M. R. Becker, G. M. Bernstein, S. L. Bridle, C. Bruderer, M. T. Busha, M. Carrasco Kind, M. J. Childress, F. J. Castander, C. Chang, M. Crocce, T. M. Davis, T. F. Eifler, J. Frieman, E. Gaztanaga, D. Gruen, T. Kacprzak, J. Kwan, O. Lahav, G. Lewis, C. Lidman, H. Lin, N. MacCrann, R. Miquel, C. R. O’Neill, A. Palmese, H.V. Peiris, A. Refregier, E. Rozo, E. S. Rykoff, I. Sadeh, C. Sanchez, S. Uddin, R. H. Wechsler, J. Zuntz, and The DES Collaboration

Key figures from the paper:

The i-band magnitude distribution of the matched spectroscopic and weak lensing catalogues

The redshift distribution of the validation sample from spectroscopy compared to the 4 photoz codes and COSMOS photozs

The redshift distribution in each of the 3 tomographic redshift bins for different samples (3 different spectroscopic samples - upper 3 rows) and on the DES data itself (bottom row)

The predicted impact of photometric redshift estimation differences on the cosmic shear two-point function and cosmology