Galaxy overdensities hosting SMGs in order of increasing redshift.
|Field or source ID||z||Reference|
|Cosbo-16a||1.4||Aravena et al. (2010)|
|XCS J2215.9-1738||1.46||Ma et al. (2015)|
|Cosbo-6||1.6||Aravena et al. (2010)|
|GOODS-N||1.99||Chapman et al. (2009)|
|MRC1138-262||2.16||Dannerbauer et al. (2014)|
|Cosbo-3b||2.3||Aravena et al. (2010); Casey et al. (2015)|
|53W002||2.39||Smail et al. (2003)|
|SSA22||3.09||Chapman et al. (2001); Tamura et al. (2009)|
|4C+41.17||3.8||Ivison et al. (2000); Stevens et al. (2003)|
|GN20/20.2||4.05||Daddi et al. (2009)|
|HDF850.1||5.2||Walter et al. (2012)|
|AzTEC3b||5.3||Capak et al. (2011)|
The association of the target SMG (Cosbo-16) with the z ~ 1.4 overdensity is uncertain because of the uncertainty in the photometric redshift of the SMG.
The Cosbo-3 and AzTEC3 systems are analysed in the present study. We note that we use the revised spectroscopic redshift of zspec = 2.49 for Cosbo-3 (Wang et al. 2016; D. A. Riechers et al., in prep.; see also Smolčić et al. 2012b).
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