THE EGNoG SURVEY: GAS EXCITATION IN NORMAL GALAXIES AT z ≈ 0.3

@article{Bauermeister2013THEES,
  title={THE EGNoG SURVEY: GAS EXCITATION IN NORMAL GALAXIES AT z ≈ 0.3},
  author={Amber Bauermeister and Leo Blitz and Alberto D. Bolatto and Martin Bureau and P. J. Teuben and Tony Wong and Melvyn C. H. Wright},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={763}
}
As observations of molecular gas in galaxies are pushed to lower star formation rate (SFR) galaxies at higher redshifts, it is becoming increasingly important to understand the conditions of the gas in these systems to properly infer their molecular gas content. The rotational transitions of the carbon monoxide (CO) molecule provide an excellent probe of the gas excitation conditions in these galaxies. In this paper, we present the results from the gas excitation sample of the Evolution of… 
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