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Paper: Multi-Wavelength Surveys of Galactic Star Forming Regions
Volume: 317, Milky Way Surveys: The Structure and Evolution of Our Galaxy
Page: 97
Authors: Simon, R.; Schneider, N.; Bontemps, S.; Jakob, H.; Graf, U.; Kramer, C.; Miller, M.; Mookerjea, B.; Stutzki, J.
Abstract: The availability of large scale, high angular resolution Galactic continuum surveys from cm to near-IR wave lengths makes complementary spectroscopic surveys increasingly more important. The velocity information provided by spectral line surveys is crucial not only for the study of internal cloud dynamics, but also to determine distances, masses, sizes, and to disentangle clouds along the line of sight in crowded regions and the inner Galaxy.
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