Shocks, cooling and the origin of star formation rates in spiral galaxies

@article{Bonnell2013ShocksCA,
  title={Shocks, cooling and the origin of star formation rates in spiral galaxies},
  author={Ian A. Bonnell and Clare L. Dobbs and Rowan J. Smith},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={430},
  pages={1790-1800}
}
IAB acknowledges funding from the European Research Council for the FP7 ERC advanced grant project ECOGAL. CLD acknowledges funding from the European Research Council for the FP7 ERC starting grant project LOCALSTAR. RJS acknowledges support for grant SM321/1-1 from the DFG Priority Program 1573, ‘The Physics of the Interstellar Medium’. 
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