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Low-redshift analogs of submm galaxies: a diverse population

@article{Oteo2017LowredshiftAO,
  title={Low-redshift analogs of submm galaxies: a diverse population},
  author={Iv{\'a}n Oteo and Ian R. Smail and Thomas M. Hughes and Loretta Dunne and R. Ivison and Z.-Y. Zhang and Dominik A. Riechers and Asantha Cooray and N Bourne and Paul van der Werf and David L. Clements and Michał Jerzy Michałowski and Helmut Dannerbauer and L. Wang},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2017}
}
We have combined the wide-area Herschel-ATLAS far-IR survey with spectroscopic redshifts from GAMA and SDSS to define a sample of 21 low--redshift ($z_{\rm spec} < 0.5$) analogs of submm galaxies (SMGs). These have been selected because their dust temperatures and total IR luminosities are similar to those for the classical high-redshift SMG population. As well as presenting the sample, in this paper we report $^{12}$CO(2-1) and $^{12}$CO(1-0) observations of 16 low-redshift analogs of SMGs… 

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