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A&A
Volume 541, May 2012
Article Number A12
Number of page(s) 89
Section Interstellar and circumstellar matter
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201118640
Published online 19 April 2012

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Appendix A: Maps of observed and derived quantities

Figures A.1A.69 show maps of observed and derived quantities for the fields other than the one already shown in Figs. 4, 5. Included in the figures are the colour temperature map derived from SPIRE data (frame a, 40″ resolution), the 250 μm SPIRE surface brightness map (frame b, 18″ resolution), the AKARI wide filter maps at 140 μm and 90 μm (frames c and e; convolved to a resolution of one arc minute), the visual extinction AV derived from 2MASS catalogue stars (frame d; resolution of 2′), and the WISE 22 μm intensity (frame f; 12″ resolution). In the cases where public WISE data were not yet available, frame f shows the 25 μm IRAS map (resolution of 4.5′). The respective beam sizes are indicated in the lower right hand corner of each frame. The black circles indicate the positions of clumps selected for further examination in Sect. 3.2.1 and the white circles indicates a reference region used for background subtraction in the SED plots in Sect. 3.2.1. In frame a, the arrow indicates the position of the stripe plotted in Appendix C.

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Data on the field G1.94+6.07. Shown are the colour temperature map derived from SPIRE data (frame a, 40″ resolution), the 250 μm SPIRE surface brightness map (frame b, 18″ resolution), the AKARI wide filter maps at 140 μm and 90 μm (frames c and e), the visual extinction AV derived from 2MASS catalog stars (frame d), and the WISE 22 μm intensity (frame f). In the subsequent figures, if public WISE data are not available, frame f shows the 25 μm IRAS map instead. The respective beam sizes are indicated in the lower right hand corner of each frame. The positions of selected clumps (black circles; see Sect. 3.2.1) and the reference regions used for background subtraction (white circle; see Sect. 3.2.1) are also shown.

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Data on the field G6.03+36.73.

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Data on the field G10.20+2.39.

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Data on the field G20.72+7.07.

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Data on the field G21.26+12.11.

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Data on the field G24.40+4.68.

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Data on the field G25.86+6.22.

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Data on the field G26.34+8.65.

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Data on the field G37.49+3.03.

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Data on the field G39.65+1.75.

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Data on the field G62.16-2.92.

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Data on the field G69.57-1.74.

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Data on the field G70.10-1.69.

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Data on the field G82.65-2.00.

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Data on the field G86.97-4.06.

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Data on the field G89.65-7.02.

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Data on the field G93.21+9.55.

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Data on the field G94.15+6.50.

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Data on the field G98.00+8.75.

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Data on the field G105.57+10.39.

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Data on the field G107.20+5.52 (PCC249).

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Data on the field G108.28+16.68.

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Data on the field G109.18-37.59.

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Data on the field G109.80+2.70 (PCC288).

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Data on the field G110.89-2.78.

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Data on the field G111.41-2.95.

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Data on the field G126.63+24.55.

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Data on the field G127.79+2.66.

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Data on the field G130.42-47.07.

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Data on the field G131.65+9.75.

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Data on the field G132.12+8.95.

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Data on the field G149.67+3.56.

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Data on the field G150.47+3.93.

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Data on the field G151.45+3.95.

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Data on the field G154.08+5.23.

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Data on the field G157.08-8.68.

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Data on the field G157.92-2.28.

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Data on the field G159.34+11.21.

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Data on the field G161.55-9.30.

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Data on the field G163.82-8.44.

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Data on the field G164.71-5.64.

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Data on the field G167.20-8.69.

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Data on the field G168.85-10.19.

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Data on the field G173.43-5.44.

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Data on the field G176.27-2.09.

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Data on the field G181.84-18.46.

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Data on the field G188.24-12.97.

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Data on the field G189.51-10.41.

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Data on the field G195.74-2.29.

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Data on the field G198.58-9.10.

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Data on the field G202.23-3.38.

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Data on the field G203.42-8.29.

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Data on the field G205.06-6.04.

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Data on the field G210.90-36.55.

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Data on the field G212.07-15.21.

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Data on the field G215.37-3.04.

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Data on the field G215.44-16.38.

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Data on the field G216.76-2.58.

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Data on the field G218.06+2.12.

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Data on the field G227.95-2.98.

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Data on the field G276.78+1.75.

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Data on the field G298.31-13.05.

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Data on the field G300.61-3.13.

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Data on the field G300.86-9.00 (PCC550).

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Data on the field G315.88-21.44.

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Data on the field G334.65+2.67.

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Data on the field G339.22-6.02.

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Data on the field G343.64-2.31.

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Data on the field G358.96+36.75.

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Appendix B: Column density maps

Figure B.1 shows the column density maps for all the fields excluding those already shown in Fig. 6.

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Column density maps of the fields (see Fig. 6 and Sect. 3.1.2 for details).

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Appendix C: One-dimensional cuts of the surface brightness data

Figure C.1 shows selected surface brightness values along the one-dimensional cuts marked in the frames a of Fig. 4 and Figs. A.1A.69.

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Cross sections of the surface brightness data along the lines indicated in Figs. 4, 5 and in the figures of Appendix A. The lines show the 250 μm SPIRE data (thick black line), AKARI 140 μm and 90 μm data (solid and dashed blue lines), and, when available, the WISE 22 μm data (dotted line). The average surface brightness in the reference region has been subtracted from the plotted values. The red thick line is the colour temperature. The data have been convolved to the resolution of one arc minute. The 90 μm data have been scaled by a factor 20 and the 22 μm data by a factor of 600. When a different scaling has been used, the wavelength and the multiplicative scaling factor are given in the frame (λ:factor).

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Appendix D: Figures of the selected elongated cloud structures

The analysis of the filamentS in the fields G163.82-8.44 and G300.86-9.00 (PCC 550) were shown in Figs. 7, 8. The plots for the other fields listed in Table 3 are shown in Figs. D.1D.24. These include only the fields with an existing distance estimate and where a clear filament or other distinct elongated structure could be discerned.

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Properties of a filament in the field G1.94+6.07. The frame a shows the column density map. The white line shows the filament that was originally traced by eye and the yellow line follows the ridge that is formed by the peaks of the column density profiles in the perpendicular direction. The black filled circle indicates the start of the examined filament section. The tick marks are drawn at 5 arcmin intervals. The frame b shows the average column density profile of the filament (black line), as well as the Plummer profile (the red dashed line on top of the black line) that was fitted together with a linear baseline (the blue dashed line) over the range −0.4 pc to +0.4 pc. The yellow lines show individual column density profiles for 20% of the cuts with the highest column densities (values normalized to a peak value of one, the right hand scale). The frame c shows the FWHM values (the black circles) and the parameter Rflat of the Plummer fit (the red crosses), and the column density along the ridge of the filament (the solid line and the right hand scale) as a function of the distance along the filament.

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The filament selected from the field G82.65-2.00.

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The filament selected from the field G89.65-7.02.

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The filament selected from the field G94.15+6.50.

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The filament selected from the field G98.00+8.75.

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The filament selected from the field G105.57+10.39.

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The filament selected from the field G126.63+24.55.

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The filament selected from the field G149.67+3.56.

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The filament selected from the field G157.08-8.68.

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The filament selected from the field G157.92-2.28.

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The filament selected from the field G159.34+11.21.

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The filament selected from the field G161.55-9.30.

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The filament selected from the field G164.71-5.64.

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The filament selected from the field G167.20-8.69.

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The filament selected from the field G176.27-2.09.

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The filament selected from the field G181.84-18.46.

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The filament selected from the field G198.58-9.10.

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The filament selected from the field G203.42-8.29.

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The filament selected from the field G205.06-6.04.

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The filament selected from the field G210.90-36.55.

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The filament selected from the field G212.07-15.21.

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The filament selected from the field G215.44-16.38.

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The filament selected from the field G276.78+1.75.

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The filament selected from the field G298.31-13.05.

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Appendix E: Spectra of selected regions

The spectral energy distributions of selected regions were presented in Fig. 10. Similar figures for the remaining fields are shown in Fig. E.1.

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Spectral energy distributions corresponding to the apertures marked in the figures of Appendix A. The plots include 22 μm WISE data, AKARI data at 65 μm, 90 μm, 140 μm, and 160 μm, and the three SPIRE channels at 250 μm, 350 μm, and 500 μm. In most fields two aperture positions were chosen and the data for the second one are shown in red. The background subtraction was done using the reference areas marked in the figures of Appendix A (solid symbols) or by using a local annulus (open symbols). The colour temperatures from the modified blackbody fits with β = 2 are listed in the frames.

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