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Table B.4

Overview of literature data for galaxies with Hii or starburst source classification used for the SFR calibrations presented in this paper.

Source Ref log  LTIR log SFR
[Mpc] [log  L] [log M yr-1]

NGC 5713 33.9 1 10.91 1.09
NGC 7714 41.1 1 10.75 0.92
Cartwheel 137.5 1 10.73 0.91
NGC 0986 25.9 1 10.76 0.94
NGC 1317 18.8 1 9.69 0.14
NGC 4041 25.3 1 10.49 0.67
NGC 4189 18.7 1 9.64 0.18
NGC 278 13.2 1 10.15 0.33
NGC 1022 21.7 1 10.40 0.57
NGC 1155 69.8 1 10.69 0.86
NGC 1222 34.5 1 10.66 0.83
IC 1953 24.6 1 10.13 0.31
NGC 1385 19.5 1 10.37 0.54
UGC 02855 22.6 1 10.88 1.05
NGC 1482 21.8 1 10.68 0.85
NGC 1546 14.9 1 9.82 –0.002
ESO 317G023 43.3 1 10.85 1.03
NGC 3583 37.9 1 10.60 0.77
NGC 3683 31.6 1 10.69 0.86
NGC 3885 31.0 1 10.51 0.69
NGC 3949 18.9 1 10.16 0.34
NGC 4027 28.5 1 10.51 0.69
NGC 4041 25.3 1 10.49 0.67
VCC 873 17 1 9.82 –0.002
NGC 4519 17 1 9.60 –0.23
VCC 1972 17 1 9.80 –0.03
VCC 1987 17 1 10.15 0.33
NGC 4691 25.1 1 10.46 0.63
IC 3908 19.3 1 10.00 0.18
NGC 4818 24.0 1 10.54 0.72
NGC 5430 44.3 1 10.84 1.01
NGC 5433 65.4 1 10.94 1.11
NGC 5937 42.0 1 10.77 0.95
NGC 5962 35.4 1 10.63 0.80
NGC 7218 24.5 1 10.00 0.18
NGC 7418 19.8 1 9.97 0.14
III Zw 107 86.4 1 10.57 0.74
M 51b 9.9 2 9.89 0.07
NGC 253 3.3 3 10.61 0.79
NGC 1808 12.0 3 10.73 0.91
NGC 3256 41.7 3 11.82 1.99
NGC 4945 5.8 3 10.92 1.09
NGC 7552 21.7 3 11.10 1.28
Arp 299 47.2 3 11.94 2.11
IRAS F172080014* 197.0 3 12.68 2.85
IRAS F205514250* 197.5 3 12.24 2.41
IRAS F231285919* 205.3 3 12.21 2.38
IRAS F10565+2448 198.2 3 12.28 2.45
IRAS F192970406* 405.4 3 12.61 2.79
IRAS F090223615* 277.6 3 12.47 2.65
M83 center 5.2 3 10.06 0.23
NGC 4038 28.3 3 10.56 0.74
IRAS 15206+3342*c 610.0 3 12.30 2.47
IRAS F224911808* 366.2 3 12.42 2.59
M83 bar 5.2 3 9.33 0.50
M83 arm 5.2 3 8.72 1.11
NGC 4039 28.3 3 10.77 0.95
NGC 4038/4039 Overlap 28.3 3 10.71 0.89
MCG0201051 123.2 4 11.50 1.68
ESO 244G012 103.8 4 11.47 1.65
UGC 01385 84.9 4 11.11 1.29
CGCG 052037 111.2 4 11.43 1.61
ESO 286G035 78.5 4 11.15 1.33
MCG0160022 105.2 4 11.23 1.41
CGCG 381051 139.9 4 11.24 1.42
NGC 6907 48.1 5 10.55 0.73
ESO 286G035 79.0 5 10.96 1.14
ESO 343IG013_S 86.8 5 10.59 0.77
IRAS 21101+5810 182.6 5 11.67 1.85
CGCG 453062 115.3 5 11.32 1.50
Arp84_N 52.6 5 10.86 1.04
VV705 186.9 5 11.84 2.02
MCG+1202001 71.2 5 11.34 1.52
UGC 12150 97.8 5 11.37 1.55
NGC 5331_S 153.5 5 11.51 1.69
NGC 5331_N 153.5 5 10.73 0.91
UGC 08387 107.0 5 11.80 1.98
ESO 320G030 48.5 5 11.34 1.52
Arp240_W 103.8 5 10.62 0.80
Arp240_E 103.8 5 10.86 1.04
ESO 440IG058_S 106.5 5 11.24 1.42
ESO 264G057 78.1 5 10.86 1.04
CGCG 043099 175.1 5 11.64 1.82
NGC 1614 72.6 5 11.50 1.68
MCG0233098_W 72.1 5 10.79 0.97
MCG0233098_E 72.1 5 10.30 0.48
NGC 5104 84.9 5 11.21 1.39
ESO 267G030_W 84.5 5 10.96 1.14
ESO 267G030_E 84.5 5 10.90 1.08
ESO 173G015 44.0 5 11.42 1.60
NGC 6621 94.6 5 11.24 1.42
NGC 6090 138.1 5 11.44 1.62
CGCG 049057 58.9 5 11.20 1.38
IRAS 130525711 97.3 5 11.17 1.35
ESO 255IG007_E 181.7 5 10.74 0.92
ESO 255IG007_W 181.7 5 11.75 1.93
ESO 255IG007_S 181.7 5 10.75 0.93
IRAS F051871017 130.6 5 11.40 1.58
IRAS F03217+4022 107.5 5 11.42 1.60
ESO 069IG006 * 219.6 5 12.05 2.23
NGC 2342 80.4 5 10.89 1.07
NGC 2388 62.6 5 11.23 1.41
IC 4734 70.8 5 11.33 1.51
UGC 11041 74.0 5 10.82 1.00
IRAS 18090+0130_W 133.4 5 10.98 1.16
IRAS 18090+0130_E 133.4 5 11.47 1.65
VIIZw031* 249.8 5 12.03 2.21
NGC 6286_N 83.6 5 10.51 0.69
NGC 6286_S 83.6 5 11.01 1.19
CGCG 142034_E 85.4 5 10.84 1.02
UGC 04881_W 185.0 5 10.86 1.04
UGC 03410_W 59.4 5 9.84 0.02
UGC 03410_E 59.4 5 10.51 0.69
ESO 557G002_S 97.3 5 10.40 0.58
ESO 557G002_N 97.3 5 11.16 1.34
ESO 432IG006_W 73.5 5 10.70 0.92
UGC 03608 97.8 5 11.20 1.38
IRAS F182933413 82.7 5 11.85 2.03
VV414_W 115.3 5 10.93 1.11
NGC 3110 76.7 5 10.95 1.13
Arp303_S 91.4 5 10.51 0.69
Arp303_N 91.4 5 10.39 0.57
ESO 593IG008 231.1 5 11.87 2.05
ESO 467G027 79.4 5 10.47 0.65
CGCG 247020 119.5 5 11.35 1.53
ESO 077IG014_W 195.4 5 11.11 1.29
IC 5179 51.7 5 10.77 0.95
MCG+0448002 63.0 5 10.88 1.06
IRAS 20351+2521 156.7 5 11.45 1.63
VV250a_W 144.1 5 10.87 1.05
VV250a_E 144.1 5 11.70 1.88
UGC 08739 76.2 5 10.52 0.70
NGC 4194 43.6 5 10.94 1.12
NGC 7592_E 112.1 5 11.10 1.28
NGC 6670_W 132.0 5 11.21 1.39
NGC 6670_E 132.0 5 11.27 1.45
NGC 3221 62.1 5 9.93 0.11
MCG+0723019 160.5 5 11.64 1.82
Arp256 125.5 5 11.44 1.62
VV340a_S 156.7 5 10.59 0.77
VV340a_N 156.7 5 11.37 1.55
NGC 0023 68.9 5 10.93 1.11
NGC 6701 59.8 5 10.65 0.83
MCG0304014 155.8 5 11.63 1.81
NGC 7679 78.1 5 10.88 1.06
UGC 01385 85.4 5 11.03 1.21
NGC 6052 71.7 5 10.52 0.70
ESO 244G012 96.4 5 11.40 1.58
ESO 507G070 99.2 5 11.59 1.77
IC 4280 74.0 5 10.65 0.83
Arp86_S 77.6 5 10.50 0.68
NGC 0232_W 101.5 5 11.47 1.65
NGC 7771_N 64.8 5 11.29 1.47
Mrk 331 84.5 5 11.56 1.74
NGC 5936 60.3 5 10.79 0.97
NGC 5653 53.9 5 10.59 0.77
ESO 099G004 135.3 5 11.67 1.85
ESO 221IG010 46.7 5 10.66 0.84
NGC 695 150.7 6 11.49 1.67
MCG+0506036_S 156.7 5 11.50 1.67
UGC 02369 147.9 5 11.66 1.84
UGC 02238 100.1 5 11.26 1.44
ESO 353G020 72.6 5 11.08 1.26
NGC 828 81.7 5 11.19 1.37
IRAS F161640746 125.0 5 11.68 1.86
NGC 0838_E 58.0 5 10.92 1.10
NGC 0838_S 58.0 5 11.04 1.22
UGC 01845 70.8 5 11.10 1.28
IC 0214 139.9 5 11.16 1.34
NGC 992 62.6 5 10.77 0.95
CGCG 465012_N 101.9 5 10.43 0.61
CGCG 465012_S 101.9 5 11.06 1.24
MCG0512006 85.4 5 11.06 1.24
CGCG 052037 112.5 5 11.32 1.50
IRAS F165160948 103.3 5 10.96 1.14
UGC 02982 80.8 5 10.95 1.13
IC 4687 79.0 5 11.21 1.39
IRAS 175780400_N 63.5 5 11.45 1.63
ESO 138G027 95.0 5 11.26 1.44
IRAS 05083+2441_S 105.6 5 11.16 1.34
IRAS 04271+3849 85.9 5 11.04 1.22
NGC 1797 67.1 5 11.01 1.19
IRAS F171381017 79.0 5 11.35 1.53
CGCG 468002_E 83.1 5 11.17 1.35
IRAS 05442+1732 84.9 5 11.21 1.39
MCG+0811002 87.2 5 11.47 1.65
IRAS 05129+5128 126.4 5 11.33 1.51
UGC 03351 67.6 5 11.22 1.40
NGC 2146 19.2 5 10.83 1.01
NGC 317B 82.7 5 11.32 1.50
AM0702601_S 145.1 5 11.37 1.55
RR032_N 79.0 5 10.71 0.89
RR032_S 79.0 5 10.73 0.91
IRAS F11231+1456 158.1 5 11.55 1.73
IRAS 010032238* 571.0 6 12.32 2.50
IRAS 201004156* 633.9 6 12.67 2.85
IRAS 003971312* 1378.7 6 12.90 3.08
IRAS 060357102* 372.5 6 12.22 2.40
IRAS 204141651* 412.5 6 12.22 2.40
IRAS 232535415* 633.9 6 12.36 2.54

Notes. The first, second, and third columns specify the name of the source, luminosity distance, and reference to the literature work, respectively. The subsequent columns provide the total infrared (81000 μm) luminosity, and star formation rate, respectively. An asterisk in Col. 1 indicates an ULIRG, and a dagger, a galaxy from a sample of 44, 19 and 10 sources with [Cii], [Oi]63 and [Oiii]88 fluxes from both Herschel and ISO obervations.

(a)

Distances for galaxies with redshifts z< 0.01 are obtained from the Nearby Galaxies Catalog (Tully 1988) (if available), while for other galaxies distances are derived from the redshifts reported on NED. For Virgo cluster galaxies, we retrieve distances from the Goldmine database (Gavazzi et al. 2003), based on results reported in Gavazzi et al. (1999). For galaxies with redshifts z ≥ 0.01, the luminosity distances are calculated for a spatially flat cosmology with H0 = 67.3 km s-1 Mpc-1, Ωλ = 0.685 and Ωm = 0.315 (Planck Collaboration 2014).

(b)

The FIR line measurements correspond to the central 80 region in M 51.

(c)

IRAS 15206+3342 was observed during the Herschel performance verification phase.

Reference. (1) Brauher et al. (2008); (2) Parkin et al. (2013); (3) Graciá-Carpio et al. (in prep.); (4) Sargsyan et al. (2012); (5) Díaz-Santos et al. (2013); (6) Farrah et al. (2013).

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