VizieR Online Data Catalog: Herschel Multi-tiered Extragalactic Survey (Oliver+, 2012)

S J Oliver, J Bock, B Altieri, A Amblard, V Arumugam, H Aussel, T Babbedge, A Beelen, M Bethermin, A Blain, A Boselli, C Bridge, D Brisbin, V Buat, D Burgarella, N Castro-Rodriguez, A Cava, P Chanial, M Cirasuolo, D L ClementsA Conley, L Conversi, A Cooray, C D Dowell, E N Dubois, E Dwek, S Dye, S Eales, D Elbaz, D Farrah, A Feltre, P Ferrero, N Fiolet, M Fox, A Franceschini, W Gear, E Giovannoli, J Glenn, Y Gong, E A Gonzalez Solares, M Griffin, M Halpern, M Harwit, E Hatziminaoglou, S Heinis, P Hurley, H S Hwang, A Hyde, E Ibar, O Ilbert, K Isaak, R J Ivison, G Lagache, E Le Floc'h, L Levenson, B L Faro, N Lu, S Madden, B Maffei, G Magdis, G Mainetti, L Marchetti, G Marsden, J Marshall, A M J Mortier, H T Nguyen, B O'Halloran, A Omont, M J Page, P Panuzzo, A Papageorgiou, H Patel, C P Pearson, I Perez-Fournon, M Pohlen, J I Rawlings, G Raymond, D Rigopoulou, L Riguccini, D Rizzo, G Rodighiero, I G Roseboom, M Rowan-Robinson, M Sanchez Portal, B Schulz, D Scott, N Seymour, D L Shupe, A J Smith, J A Stevens, M Symeonidis, M Trichas, K E Tugwell, M Vaccari, I Valtchanov, J D Vieira, M Viero, L Vigroux, L Wang, R Ward, J Wardlow, G Wright, C K Xu, M Zemcov

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review


    The observations described here have been taken as part of the Herschel Multi-tiered Extragalactic Survey (HerMES; Oliver et al., 2012MNRAS.424.1614O) under the programme KPGT_soliver 1 whose main objective was to chart the formation and evolution of infrared galaxies throughout cosmic history, measuring the bolometric emission of infrared galaxies and their clustering properties. The catalogues extracted from these maps include over 1,200,000 entries representing over 340,000 galaxies. (11 data files).
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalVizieR Online Data Catalog
    Publication statusPublished - 2014


    • Herschel


    Dive into the research topics of 'VizieR Online Data Catalog: Herschel Multi-tiered Extragalactic Survey (Oliver+, 2012)'. Together they form a unique fingerprint.

    Cite this