The SCUBA-2 Cosmology Legacy Survey: demographics of the 450-μm population

@article{Roseboom2013TheSC,
  title={The SCUBA-2 Cosmology Legacy Survey: demographics of the 450-$\mu$m population},
  author={Isaac Roseboom and James S. Dunlop and Michele Cirasuolo and James E. Geach and I. R. Smail and Mark Halpern and Paul van der Werf and Omar Almaini and Vinodiran Arumugam and Viktoria Asboth and Robbie Richard Auld and A. W. Blain and Malcolm N. Bremer and James J. Bock and R. A. A. Bowler and Fernando Buitrago and Edward L. Chapin and Scott C. Chapman and Antonio Chrysostomou and Charlotte Clarke and Alex Conley and Kristen Erin Kathryn Coppin and A. L. R. Danielson and Duncan Farrah and Jason Glenn and Evanthia Hatziminaoglou and Edo Ibar and R J Ivison and Tim Jenness and Eelco van Kampen and Alexander Karim and Todd Mackenzie and Galen Marsden and Rowin Meijerink and Michał J. Michałowski and Seb Oliver and Mathew J. Page and Elizabeth Pearson and Douglas Scott and James M. Simpson and D.J.B. Smith and Marco Spaans and A. M. Swinbank and Myrto Symeonidis and Thomas A. Targett and Elisabetta Valiante and Marco P. Viero and Lin-lin Wang and Chris J. Willott and Michael Zemcov},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={436},
  pages={430-448}
}
We investigate the multiwavelength properties of a sample of 450-μm-selected sources from the SCUBA-2 Cosmology Legacy Survey. A total of 69 sources were identified above 4σ in deep SCUBA-2 450-μm observations overlapping the UDS and COSMOS fields and covering 210 arcmin2 to a typical depth of σ450 = 1.5 mJy. Reliable cross-identifications are found for 58 sources (84 per cent) in Spitzer and Hubble Space Telescope WFC3/IR data. The photometric redshift distribution (dN/dz) of 450-μm-selected… Expand
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