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The SCUBA Local Universe Galaxy Survey — I. First measurements of the submillimetre luminosity and dust mass functions
This is the first of a series of papers presenting results from the SCUBA Local Universe Galaxy Survey (SLUGS), the first statistical survey of the submillimetre properties of the local Universe. As
The SCUBA Local Universe Galaxy Survey – II. 450‐μm data: evidence for cold dust in bright IRAS galaxies
This is the second in a series of papers presenting results from the SCUBA Local Universe Galaxy Survey. In our first paper we provided 850-μm flux densities for 104 galaxies selected from the IRAS
SCUBA observations of galaxies with metallicity measurements: a new method for determining the relation between submillimetre luminosity and dust mass
Using a new technique, we have determined a value for the constant of proportionality between submillimetre emission and dust mass, the dust mass‐absorption coefficient (κd) at 850 µm. Our method has
15 Micron Infrared Space Observatory observations of the 1415+52 Canada-France redshift survey field: the cosmic star formation rate as derived from deep ultraviolet, optical, mid-infrared, and radio
The Canada-France Redshift Survey 1452+52 field has been deeply imaged with the Infrared Space Observatory using ISOCAM through the LW3 filter (12-18 μm). Careful data analysis and comparison with
A Census of Metals at High and Low Redshift and the Connection Between Submillimetre Sources and Spheroid Formation
Deep surveys in many wavebands have shown that the rate at which stars were forming was at least a factor of 10 higher at redshifts >1 than today. Heavy elements (‘metals’) are produced by stars, and
The Herschel Multi-tiered Extragalactic Survey: HerMES
The Herschel Multi-tiered Extragalactic Survey (HerMES) is a legacy programme designed to map a set of nested fields designed to facilitate redshift determination, rapidly identify unusual objects and understand the relationships between thermal emission from dust and other processes.
Type II supernovae as a significant source of interstellar dust
The detection of ∼2–4M[circdot] of cold dust in the youngest known Galactic supernova remnant, Cassiopeia A, implies that supernovae are at least as important as stellar winds in producing dust in the authors' Galaxy and would have been the dominant source of dust at high redshifts.
The Herschel* PEP/HerMES luminosity function - I. Probing the evolution of PACS selected Galaxies to z ≃ 4
We exploit the deep and extended far-IR data sets (at 70, 100 and 160 mu m) of the Herschel Guaranteed Time Observation (GTO) PACS Evolutionary Probe (PEP) Survey, in combination with the Herschel
The radio luminosity function from the low-frequency 3CRR, 6CE and 7CRS complete samples
We measure the radio luminosity function (RLF) of steep-spectrum radio sources using three redshift surveys of flux-limited samples selected at low (151 and 178 MHz) radio frequency, low-frequency
A sample of 6C radio sources designed to find objects at redshift z>4– III. Imaging and the radio galaxy K–z relation
In this paper, the third and final of a series, we present complete K− band imaging and some complementary I−band imaging of the filtered 6C* sample. We find no systematic differences between the K −