Cores in infrared dark clouds (IRDCs) seen in the Hi-GAL survey between l=300 degrees and 330 degrees

L.A. Wilcock, D. Ward-Thompson, J.M. Kirk, D. Stamatellos, A. Whitworth, D. Elia, G.A. Fuller, A. DiGiorgio, M.J. Griffin, S. Molinari, P. Martin, J. C. Mottram, N. Peretto, M. Pestalozzi, E. Schisano, R. Plume, H. A. Smith, M. A. Thompson

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