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JINGLE, a JCMT legacy survey of dust and gas for galaxy evolution studies – I. Survey overview and first results.

Saintonge, Amélie and Wilson, Christine D. and Xiao, Ting and Lin, Lihwai and Hwang, Ho Seong and Tosaki, Tomoka and Bureau, Martin and Cigan, Phillip J. and Clark, Christopher J. R. and Clements, David L. and De Looze, Ilse and Dharmawardena, Thavisha and Gao, Yang and Gear, Walter K. and Greenslade, Joshua and Lamperti, Isabella and Lee, Jong Chul and Li, Cheng and Michałowski, Michał J. and Mok, Angus and Pan, Hsi-An and Sansom, Anne E. and Sargent, Mark and Smith, Matthew W. L. and Williams, Thomas and Yang, Chentao and Zhu, Ming and Accurso, Gioacchino and Barmby, Pauline and Brinks, Elias and Bourne, Nathan and Brown, Toby and Chung, Aeree and Chung, Eun Jung and Cibinel, Anna and Coppin, Kristen and Davies, Jonathan and Davis, Timothy A. and Eales, Steve and Fanciullo, Lapo and Fang, Taotao and Gao, Yu and Glass, David H. W. and Gomez, Haley L. and Greve, Thomas and He, Jinhua and Ho, Luis C. and Huang, Feng and Jeong, Hyunjin and Jiang, Xuejian and Jiao, Qian and Kemper, Francisca and Kim, Ji Hoon and Kim, Minjin and Kim, Taehyun and Ko, Jongwan and Kong, Xu and Lacaille, Kevin and Lacey, Cedric G. and Lee, Bumhyun and Lee, Joon Hyeop and Lee, Wing-Kit and Masters, Karen and Oh, Se-Heon and Papadopoulos, Padelis and Park, Changbom and Park, Sung-Joon and Parsons, Harriet and Rowlands, Kate and Scicluna, Peter and Scudder, Jillian M. and Sethuram, Ramya and Serjeant, Stephen and Shao, Yali and Sheen, Yun-Kyeong and Shi, Yong and Shim, Hyunjin and Smith, Connor M. A. and Spekkens, Kristine and Tsai, An-Li and Verma, Aprajita and Urquhart, Sheona and Violino, Giulio and Viti, Serena and Wake, David and Wang, Junfeng and Wouterloot, Jan and Yang, Yujin and Yim, Kijeong and Yuan, Fangting and Zheng, Zheng (2018) 'JINGLE, a JCMT legacy survey of dust and gas for galaxy evolution studies – I. Survey overview and first results.', Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society., 481 (3). pp. 3497-3519.


JINGLE is a new JCMT legacy survey designed to systematically study the cold interstellar medium of galaxies in the local Universe. As part of the survey we perform 850 µm continuum measurements with SCUBA-2 for a representative sample of 193 Herschel-selected galaxies with M* > 109 M⊙, as well as integrated CO(2–1) line fluxes with RxA3m for a subset of 90 of these galaxies. The sample is selected from fields covered by the Herschel-ATLAS survey that are also targeted by the MaNGA optical integral-field spectroscopic survey. The new JCMT observations combined with the multiwavelength ancillary data will allow for the robust characterization of the properties of dust in the nearby Universe, and the benchmarking of scaling relations between dust, gas, and global galaxy properties. In this paper we give an overview of the survey objectives and details about the sample selection and JCMT observations, present a consistent 30-band UV-to-FIR photometric catalogue with derived properties, and introduce the JINGLE Main Data Release. Science highlights include the non-linearity of the relation between 850 µm luminosity and CO line luminosity (log LCO(2–1) =  1.372 logL850–1.376), and the serendipitous discovery of candidate z > 6 galaxies.

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Date accepted:08 September 2018
Date deposited:18 October 2018
Date of first online publication:14 September 2018
Date first made open access:18 October 2018

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