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Spatially resolved galaxy relation between surface densities of the SFR and [Cii] (top), [Oi]63 (middle), and [Oiii]88 (bottom) surface densities. The legend explains the symbols used for different galaxies with the color bar indicating the oxygen abundance. Representative error bars are indicated in the lower left corner. Uncertainties on the SFR include the errors on each of the SFR calibrators (GALEX FUV, MIPS 24 μm) as well as the average scatter in the calibrations used to convert to the SFR (see Table A.1). Uncertainties on the FIR line surface densities incorporate the errors due to line fitting as well as calibration uncertainties (taken conservatively as ~ 30%). The best fitting SFR calibration is presented as a solid, black line. The dispersion of data points around the SFR calibration is indicated at the top of each panel, with the number in parentheses indicating the scatter for the complete sample with >5σ detections for all three lines.

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