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Fig. 1


(a)b)) Dust temperature (Tdust), (c)d)) IR luminosity, (e)f)) stellar mass, and (g)h)) evolution-corrected, rest frame r-band absolute magnitude vs. spectroscopic redshift for galaxies in (left) SDSS and (right) GOODS. Red dots indicate FIR-selected galaxies. Black dots denote galaxies without FIR detection in the spectroscopic sample of galaxies (only 3 % of SDSS galaxies in the total sample are shown). Open blue circles denote galaxies with Tdust measurements. Blue solid lines in (g)h)) define the volume-limited samples of SDSS galaxies at 0.005 ≤ z ≤ 0.0656 and of GOODS galaxies at 0.4 ≤ z ≤ 1.2, respectively. The bottom curve in (g) indicates the apparent magnitude limit (mr = 17.77) for the main galaxy sample in SDSS using the mean K-correction relation given by Eq. (2) of Choi et al. (2007).

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