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Table B.2

Overview of literature data for high-redshift galaxies used for the SFR calibrations presented in this paper.

Source z Ref [Cii] [Oi]63 [Oiii]88 log  LTIR log SFR
[log  L] [log  L] [log  L] [log  L] [log M yr-1]

IRAS F16413+3954 0.59 1 9.52a 13.47 3.65
IRAS F042070127 0.91 1 10.61 13.67 3.84
LESS J033217.6275230 1.10 2 9.87 11.67 1.84
IRAS F10026+4949 1.12 3 10.44 14.02 4.20
3C 368 1.13 3 10.00 13.14 3.31
PG 1206+459 1.16 3 9.94 13.74 3.92
SMM J224710206 1.16 3 10.28 13.56 3.74
3C 065 1.18 3 9.22 13.09 3.26
SMM J123634.51+621241.0 1.22 3 10.20 12.77 2.94
LESS J0333294.9273441 1.24 2 9.99 11.76 1.94
PG 1241+176 1.27 3 10.60 13.80 3.97
LESS J033155.2275345 1.27 2 9.69 11.91 2.08
MIPS J142824.0+352619b 1.30 3, 4, 5 9.85 9.53 12.29 2.47
LESS J033331.7275406 1.32 2 9.71 12.33 2.50
IRAS F16348+7037 1.33 1 10.64 13.86 4.04
IRAS F22231-0512 1.40 1 10.82 14.66 4.83
3C 446 1.40 3 11.13 14.66 4.83
LESS J033150.84274438 1.61 2 10.43 12.68 2.86
LESS J033140.1275631 1.62 2 10.27 12.29 2.47
PKS 0215+015 1.72 3 10.70 14.27 4.44
H-ATLAS J091043.1-000322c 1.79 6 9.33 9.40 12.33 2.75
RX J094144.51+385434.8 1.82 3 10.38 13.69 3.86
SDSS J100038.01+020822.4 1.83 3 10.06 13.13 3.30
SWIRE J104704.97+592332.3 1.95 3 10.31 13.13 3.30
SWIRE J104738.32+591010.0 1.96 3 10.09 12.73 2.91
SMM J2135-0102d 2.33 7 9.75 10.18 9.91 12.37 2.55
H-ATLAS ID130e 2.63 8 10.31 10.22 12.97 3.14
SMM J023990136f 2.81 9 10.66 13.34 3.51
H-ATLAS ID81g 3.04 8 10.11 9.76 12.36 2.53
APM 08279+5255h 3.91 9 9.07 12.59 2.77
H-ATLAS ID141i 4.24 10 9.49 12.79 2.87
BRI 1335-0417 4.41 11 10.22 13.74 3.91
ALESS 65.1 4.42 12 9.52 12.32 2.49
BRI 0952-0115j 4.43 13 9.66 12.67 2.85
ALESS 61.1 4.44 12 9.19 12.34 2.51
BR 12020725 N 4.69 14, 15 10.00 13.15 3.33
BR 12020725 S 4.69 14, 15 9.82 13.48 3.66
LESS J033229.4 4.76 16 10.01 12.78 2.96
CI 1358+62k 4.93 17 9.98 12.38 2.56
HLSJ091828.6+514223l 5.24 18 10.19 13.27 3.44
HFLS3 6.34 19 10.19 13.70 3.87
SDSS J1148+52511 6.42 20 9.64 13.41 3.58
Himiko 6.60 21 7.75 10.80 2.00m

Notes. The first, second, and third columns specify the name of the source, redshift, and reference to the literature work, respectively. The subsequent columns provide the [Cii], [Oi]63, [Oiii]88, total infrared (81000 μm) luminosities as well as star formation rate. Upper limits for undetected FIR lines at high-redshift correspond to 3σ upper limits.

(a)

Only a 2.7σ detection.

(b)

Luminosities have not been corrected for a possible lensing factor, but the galaxy could possibly be lensed up to a factor of 8 (Stacey et al. 2010).

(c)

Luminosities have been corrected assuming a lensing factor of 18, following Ferkinhoff et al. (2014).

(d)

We apply the luminosities corrected for lensing reported by Ivison et al. (2010b).

(e)

Luminosities have been corrected assuming a lensing factor of 6, following the best fit for the lens model reported in Valtchanov et al. (2011).

(f)

Luminosities have been corrected assuming a lensing factor of 2.38, following Ivison et al. (2010a).

(g)

Luminosities have been corrected assuming a lensing factor of 25, following the improved lens model presented in Valtchanov et al. (2011).

(h)

Luminosities have been corrected assuming a lensing factor of 90, following the most extreme estimate of the lensing factor (μ~490) reported in Riechers et al. (2009).

(i)

Luminosities have been corrected assuming a lensing factor of 20, which is the median of the range in amplification factors reported in Cox et al. (2011)

(j)

Luminosities have been corrected assuming a lensing factor of 4.5, following Maiolino et al. (2009).

(k)

Luminosities have been corrected assuming a lensing factor of 11, following the most extreme lensing predictions of Franx et al. (1997).

(l)

Luminosities have been corrected assuming a lensing factor of 8.9, following Rawle et al. (2014).

(m)

The SFR is not calculated from LTIR since Himiko is an optically bright galaxy with low metal and dust content. Therefore, we adapt the SFR estimate (~100 M yr-1) obtained from the stellar population synthesis in Ouchi et al. (2013).

Reference. (1) Dale et al. (2004); (2) Coppin et al. (2012); (3) Stacey et al. (2010); (4) Hailey-Dunsheath et al. (2010); (5) Sturm et al. (2010); (6) Ferkinhoff et al. (2014); (7) Ivison et al. (2010b); (8) Valtchanov et al. (2011); (9) Ferkinhoff et al. (2010); (10) Cox et al. (2011); (11) Wagg et al. (2010); (12) Swinbank et al. (2012); (13) Maiolino et al. (2009); (14) Iono et al. (2006); (15) Wagg et al. (2012); (16) De Breuck et al. (2011); (17) Marsden et al. (2005); (18) Rawle et al. (2014); (19) Riechers et al. (2013); (20) Maiolino et al. (2005); (21) Ouchi et al. (2013).

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