A multi-wavelength view of galaxy evolution with AKARI

Serjeant, S.; Pearson, C.; White, G.; Smith, M. W. L. and Doi, Y. (2012). A multi-wavelength view of galaxy evolution with AKARI. In: Proceedings of the Second AKARI conference, Legacy of AKARI: A Panoramic View of the Dusty Universe, Feb 27-29, Jeju, Korea.

URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1208.3631

Abstract

AKARI's all-sky survey resolves the far-infrared emission in many thousands of nearby galaxies, providing essential local benchmarks against which the evolution of high-redshift populations can be measured. This review presents some recent results in the resolved galaxy populations, covering some well-known nearby targets, as well as samples from major legacy surveys such as the Herschel Reference Survey and the JCMT Nearby Galaxies Survey. This review also discusses the prospects for higher redshifts surveys, including strong gravitational lens clusters and the AKARI NEP field.

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