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1985ApJ...294..231M 1 10 70 A large, cold and unusual molecular cloud in Monoceros. MADDALENA R.J. and THADDEUS P.
1989BAAS...21.1181P 70 T                   1 2 0 The Rosette GMC and
Maddalena's cloud : a study of comparative GMC evolution.
1990BAAS...22.1299L 70 T                   1 1 0 CO observations and star counts of
Maddalena's cloud.
1991ApJ...379..639L 70 T                   1 12 13 Star counts and carbon monoxide observations of
Maddalena's cloud.
1991BAAS...23.1371L 70 T                   1 0 Structure of Madallena'cloud. LEE Y., SNELL R.L. and DICKMAN R.L.
1994ApJ...428..693W viz 36   K                 182 694 Determining structure in molecular clouds. WILLIAMS J.P., DE GEUS E.J. and BLITZ L.
1994ApJ...432..167L 107 T K                 7 22 The cold, massive molecular cloud
G 216-2.5. II. Structure and kinematics.
1995A&A...303..851B 3 6 56 IRAS sources beyond the solar circle. V. Properties of far-outer Galaxy molecular clouds. BRAND J. and WOUTERLOOT J.G.A.
1996ApJ...464..247W 74 T                   5 32 A large photodissociation region around the cold, unusual cloud
1996ApJ...471..816E 14 7 297 A fractal origin for the mass spectrum of interstellar clouds. ELMEGREEN B.G. and FALGARONE E.
1996ApJ...472..275L 107 T K                 25 9 The cold, massive molecular cloud
G216-2.5. III. Infrared properties.
1997ApJ...476..166W 14 5 221 The galactic distribution of OB associations in molecular clouds. WILLIAMS J.P. and McKEE C.F.
1997ApJ...487..171A 2 6 46 Evidence for the large-scale dissociation of molecular gas in the inner spiral arms of M81. ALLEN R.J., KNAPEN J.H., BOHLIN R., et al.
1998ApJ...494..657W 36   K                 24 33 A multitransition CO and CS(2-1) comparison of a star-forming and a non-star-forming giant molecular cloud. WILLIAMS J.P. and BLITZ L.
1999A&A...352..228M viz 177 18 Transitional YSOs: candidates from flat-spectrum IRAS sources. MAGNIER E.A., VOLP A.W., LAAN K., et al.
2000A&AS..144..235C viz 7 4 89 The DENIS Point Source Catalogue towards the Magellanic Clouds. CIONI M.-R., LOUP C., HABING H.J., et al.
2000ApJ...538..608S 57 38 A new probe of the molecular gas in galaxies: application to M101. SMITH D.A., ALLEN R.J., BOHLIN R.C., et al.
2001ApJ...555...12D 11 21 EGRET observations of Monoceros: diffuse gamma-ray emission in the outer galaxy. DIGEL S.W., GRENIER I.A., HUNTER S.D., et al.
2001ApJ...555..868M 11 21 G28.17+0.05: an unusual giant H I cloud in the inner galaxy. MINTER A.H., LOCKMAN F.J., LANGSTON G.I., et al.
2002ApJ...566..302M 7 7 151 On the role of massive stars in the support and destruction of giant molecular clouds. MATZNER C.D.
2002ApJ...570..647F 1 6 30 The Parker instability in three dimensions: corrugations and superclouds along the Carina-Sagittarius arm. FRANCO J., KIM J., ALFARO E.J., et al.
2002PASJ...54..405C 8 6 Interstellar gas mass functions: fractality and scale dependence. CASUSO E. and BECKMAN J.
2004ApJ...608..314A 3 3 28 The production of H I in photodissociation regions and a comparison with CO (1-0) emission. ALLEN R.J., HEATON H.I. and KAUFMAN M.J.
2004PASJ...56..313K viz 207 15 13^CO (J = 1-0) survey toward of molecular clouds toward the Monoceros and Canis Major Region. KIM B.G., KAWAMURA A., YONEKURA Y., et al.
2005A&A...442L..57V 13 1 Mid-infrared imaging of a young bipolar nebula in the S287 molecular cloud. VAN DEN ANCKER M.E.
2005ApJ...635..907H 37 59 X-ray processing of ChaMPlane fields: methods and initial results for selected anti-galactic center fields. HONG J., VAN DEN BERG M., SCHLEGEL E.M., et al.
2005ApJ...635..920G 1 18 44 Chandra multiwavelength plane (ChaMPlane) survey: an introduction. GRINDLAY J.E., HONG J., ZHAO P., et al.
2005ApJS..161..429Z 114 20 ChaMPlane optical survey: mosaic photometry. ZHAO P., GRINDLAY J.E., HONG J.S., et al.
2006A&A...455..897K 5 6 CO emission from candidate photo-dissociation regions in M 81. KNAPEN J.H., ALLEN R.J., HEATON H.I., et al.
2006ApJ...643..956H 115 T K                 6 47 Turbulent gas flows in the Rosette and
G216-2.5 molecular clouds: assessing turbulent fragmentation descriptions of star formation.
2006A&A...458..855S 100 104 A new view of the Cygnus X region. KOSMA 13CO 2 - 1, 3 - 2, and 12CO 3 - 2 imaging. SCHNEIDER N., BONTEMPS S., SIMON R., et al.
2007ApJ...661..262D 2 14 63 The virial balance of clumps and cores in molecular clouds. DIB S., KIM J., VAZQUEZ-SEMADENI E., et al.
2007ApJ...670..480G 39           X         1 6 23 Statistics of core lifetimes in numerical simulations of turbulent, magnetically supercritical molecular clouds. GALVAN-MADRID R., VAZQUEZ-SEMADENI E., KIM J., et al.
2008MNRAS.385..181F 21       D               1 3 38 A model of cloud fragmentation. FIELD G.B., BLACKMAN E.G. and KETO E.R.
2008MNRAS.386....3C 180     A     X         5 3 41 The star formation efficiency and its relation to variations in the initial mass function. CLARK P.C., BONNELL I.A. and KLESSEN R.S.
2008A&A...488.1221R viz 15       D               1 35 10 The Brera multi-scale wavelet Chandra survey. I. Serendipitous source catalogue. ROMANO P., CAMPANA S., MIGNANI R.P., et al.
2008AJ....136.1442I 76           X         2 44 15 The Large Magellanic Cloud's largest molecular cloud complex: Spitzer analysis of embedded star formation. INDEBETOUW R., WHITNEY B.A., KAWAMURA A., et al.
2009AJ....137.4072M viz 1053 T   A     X C       26 83 21 Detection of star formation in the unusually cold giant molecular cloud

2009MNRAS.393.1563B 176     A     X         5 3 9 On the gravitational content of molecular clouds and their cores. BALLESTEROS-PAREDES J., GOMEZ G.C., PICHARDO B., et al.
2009ApJS..184....1K viz 38           X         1 295 98 The second survey of the molecular clouds in the Large Magellanic Cloud by NANTEN. II. Star formation. KAWAMURA A., MIZUNO Y., MINAMIDANI T., et al.
2009ApJ...704..183R 39           X         1 8 21 High resolution near-infrared survey of the Pipe Nebula. I. A deep infrared extinction map of Barnard 59. ROMAN-ZUNIGA C.G., LADA C.J. and ALVES J.F.
2009A&A...504..883B 43           X         1 7 77 Turbulent driving scales in molecular clouds. BRUNT C.M., HEYER M.H. and MAC LOW M.-M.
2010ApJ...708.1204B 43           X         1 7 80 Characterizing magnetohydrodynamic turbulence in the Small Magellanic Cloud. BURKHART B., STANIMIROVIC S., LAZARIAN A., et al.
2010ApJ...712..797B viz 38           X         1 56 29 Young stellar objects and triggered star formation in the Vulpecula OB association. BILLOT N., NORIEGA-CRESPO A., CAREY S., et al.
2010A&A...512A..81F 667     A D   O X C       17 15 431 Comparing the statistics of interstellar turbulence in simulations and observations. Solenoidal versus compressive turbulence forcing. FEDERRATH C., ROMAN-DUVAL J., KLESSEN R.S., et al.
2010ApJ...724..687L 48           X         1 19 386 On the star formation rates in molecular clouds. LADA C.J., LOMBARDI M. and ALVES J.F.
2010A&A...520A..17K 41           X         1 25 178 Accretion-driven turbulence as universal process: galaxies, molecular clouds, and protostellar disks. KLESSEN R.S. and HENNEBELLE P.
2010A&A...520A..50S 38           X         1 32 3 The molecular environment of the galactic star forming region G19.61-0.23. SANTANGELO G., TESTI L., LEURINI S., et al.
2011ApJ...726...81A 79           X         2 18 80 Constraints on the cosmic-ray density gradient beyond the solar circle from Fermi γ-ray observations of the third galactic quadrant. ACKERMANN M., AJELLO M., BALDINI L., et al.
2011A&A...529A...1S 39           X         1 50 80 The link between molecular cloud structure and turbulence. SCHNEIDER N., BONTEMPS S., SIMON R., et al.
2011ApJ...737...40H 116           X         3 38 24 Giant molecular clouds in the spiral arm of IC 342. HIROTA A., KUNO N., SATO N., et al.
2011ApJ...738...88H 40           X         1 3 8 Anisotropy lengthens the decay time of turbulence in molecular clouds. HANSEN C.E., McKEE C.F. and KLEIN R.I.
2012MNRAS.421.2531M 48           X         1 2 36 Modelling H2 formation in the turbulent interstellar medium: solenoidal versus compressive turbulent forcing. MICIC M., GLOVER S.C.O., FEDERRATH C., et al.
2012ApJ...754..104H 39           X         1 110 21 The Spitzer survey of interstellar clouds in the Gould Belt. V. Ophiuchus North observed with IRAC and MIPS. HATCHELL J., TEREBEY S., HUARD T., et al.
2012ApJ...759L..26S 40           X         1 7 14 Structured molecular gas reveals galactic spiral arms. SAWADA T., HASEGAWA T. and KODA J.
2013ApJ...763...51F 42           X         1 26 173 On the star formation efficiency of turbulent magnetized clouds. FEDERRATH C. and KLESSEN R.S.
2013MNRAS.429.3584H 157           X         4 7 7 Applying a one-dimensional PDR model to the Taurus molecular cloud and its atomic envelope. HEINER J.S. and VAZQUEZ-SEMADENI E.
2013MNRAS.432..653D 43           X         1 10 96 The exciting lives of giant molecular clouds. DOBBS C.L. and PRINGLE J.E.
2013ApJ...772...45E viz 157           X         4 1297 56 The first Hi-GAL observations of the outer galaxy: a look at star formation in the third galactic quadrant in the longitude range 216.°5 ≲ ℓ ≲ 225.°5. ELIA D., MOLINARI S., FUKUI Y., et al.
2014ApJ...786...29S viz 214       D     X         6 89 102 A large catalog of accurate distances to molecular clouds from PS1 photometry. SCHLAFLY E.F., GREEN G., FINKBEINER D.P., et al.
2014MNRAS.440..465B 80           X         2 5 10 Principal component analysis of molecular clouds: can CO reveal the dynamics ? BERTRAM E., SHETTY R., GLOVER S.C.O., et al.
2012A&ARv..20...55H 44           X         1 14 162 Turbulent molecular clouds. HENNEBELLE P. and FALGARONE E.
2014MNRAS.442.1451B 319           X         8 3 9 An observational method to measure the relative fractions of solenoidal and compressible modes in interstellar clouds. BRUNT C.M. and FEDERRATH C.
2015ApJ...801...33T 43           X         1 6 23 Star formation in disk galaxies. III. Does stellar feedback result in cloud death? TASKER E.J., WADSLEY J. and PUDRITZ R.
2015A&A...575A..79S viz 886     A D     X C       22 19 59 Understanding star formation in molecular clouds. I. Effects of line-of-sight contamination on the column density structure. SCHNEIDER N., OSSENKOPF V., CSENGERI T., et al.
2015ApJ...803...38I 4495   K A D S   X C       111 12 6 Rethinking a mysterious molecular cloud. IMARA N.
2015ApJ...805...72M 42           X         1 9 26 Abundant CH3 OH masers but no new evidence for star formation in GCM0.253+0.016. MILLS E.A.C., BUTTERFIELD N., LUDOVICI D.A., et al.
2015ApJ...806..226M 642           X C       15 22 16 Characteristic structure of star-forming clouds. MYERS P.C.
2015ApJ...808...48B 208       S   X         4 5 38 Observational diagnostics of self-gravitating MHD turbulence in giant molecular clouds. BURKHART B., COLLINS D.C. and LAZARIAN A.
2015A&A...584A..92M viz 80           X         2 4726 18 Galactic cold cores. IV. Cold submillimetre sources: catalogue and statistical analysis. MONTILLAUD J., JUVELA M., RIVERA-INGRAHAM A., et al.
2016AJ....151....5M 81           X         2 75 52 The Spitzer Space Telescope Survey of the Orion A and B molecular clouds. II. The spatial distribution and demographics of dusty young stellar objects. MEGEATH S.T., GUTERMUTH R., MUZEROLLE J., et al.
2016A&A...588A.104G viz 41           X         1 221 4 Molecular clouds and star formation toward the Galactic plane within 216.25deg ≤ l ≤ 218.75deg and -0.75deg ≤ b ≤ 1.25deg. GONG Y., MAO R.Q., FANG M., et al.
2017ApJ...834L...1B 19       D               1 4 13 The razor's edge of collapse: the transition point from lognormal to power-law distributions in molecular clouds. BURKHART B., STALPES K. and COLLINS D.C.
2016MNRAS.463.3604H 42           X         1 4 6 Dust in three dimensions in the Galactic plane. HANSON R.J., BAILER-JONES C.A.L., BURGETT W.S., et al.
2017MNRAS.469..383J 44           X         1 4 13 On the effective turbulence driving mode of molecular clouds formed in disc galaxies. JIN K., SALIM D.M., FEDERRATH C., et al.
2018MNRAS.475.2496S 84           X         2 7 2 Mapping low-frequency carbon radio recombination lines towards Cassiopeia A at 340, 148, 54, and 43 MHz. SALAS P., OONK J.B.R., VAN WEEREN R.J., et al.
2017NatAs...1..158L 25 ~ The link between magnetic field orientations and star formation rates. LI H.-B., JIANG H., FAN X., et al.
2018PASJ...70...73H 251           X C       5 11 ~ ALMA 12CO (J = 1-0) imaging of the nearby galaxy M 83: Variations in the efficiency of star formation in giant molecular clouds. HIROTA A., EGUSA F., BABA J., et al.
2019ApJ...879..125Z 400       D     X C       9 100 ~ A large catalog of accurate distances to local molecular clouds: the Gaia DR2 edition. ZUCKER C., SPEAGLE J.S., SCHLAFLY E.F., et al.
2019ApJ...881L..15A 43           X         1 6 ~ The transition from a lognormal to a power-law column density distribution in molecular clouds: an imprint of the initial magnetic field and turbulence. AUDDY S., BASU S. and KUDOH T.
2019ApJ...885...19Y 826       D     X C       19 45 ~ Molecular cloud distances based on the MWISP CO survey and Gaia DR2. YAN Q.-Z., YANG J., SUN Y., et al.
2020A&A...633A..51Z viz 235       D     X         6 108 ~ A compendium of distances to molecular clouds in the Star Formation Handbook. ZUCKER C., SPEAGLE J.S., SCHLAFLY E.F., et al.
2020MNRAS.493..351C 17       D               2 18 ~ A large catalogue of molecular clouds with accurate distances within 4 kpc of the Galactic disc. CHEN B.-Q., LI G.-X., YUAN H.-B., et al.
2019PASJ...71S..11D 43           X         1 18 ~ Interaction between the Northern Coalsack in the Cygnus OB 7 cloud complex and multiple supernova remnants including HB 21. DOBASHI K., SHIMOIKURA T., ENDO N., et al.
2021ApJ...912...66K 108       D     X         3 21 ~ ALMA observations of giant molecular clouds in M33. III. Spatially resolved features of the star formation inactive million-solar-mass cloud. KONDO H., TOKUDA K., MURAOKA K., et al.
2021ApJ...917..106F 90           X         2 29 ~ Physical conditions in the LMC's quiescent Molecular Ridge: fitting Non-LTE models to CO emission. FINN M.K., INDEBETOUW R., JOHNSON K.E., et al.
2021A&A...653A..63S 108       D     X         3 81 ~ Bird's eye view of molecular clouds in the Milky Way. I. Column density and star formation from sub-parsec to kiloparsec scales. SPILKER A., KAINULAINEN J. and ORKISZ J.
2022ApJS..262...16M viz 327           X C       6 8 ~ Gas Column Density Distribution of Molecular Clouds in the Third Quadrant of the Milky Way. MA Y., WANG H., ZHANG M., et al.
2022A&A...667A.110S 19       D               1 68 ~ Bird's eye view of molecular clouds in the Milky Way II. Cloud kinematics from subparsec to kiloparsec scales. SPILKER A., KAINULAINEN J. and ORKISZ J.

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