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Hidden starbursts and active galactic nuclei at $0 < z < 4$ from the Herschel-VVDS-CFHTLS-D1 field: Inferences on coevolution and feedback

Abstract : We investigate of the properties of $\sim$2000 Herschel/SPIRE-selected galaxies from $00.5$), the highest $L_{TIR}$ galaxies in a given redshift bin are unobserved by SPIRE at subsequently lower redshifts, a trend linked to downsizing. In conjunction with other results, this evidence is used to argue for prevalent AGN-driven quenching in starburst galaxies across cosmic time.
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Brian C. Lemaux, Emeric Le Floc'H, Olivier Le Fèvre, Olivier Ilbert, Laurence Tresse, et al.. Hidden starbursts and active galactic nuclei at $0 < z < 4$ from the Herschel-VVDS-CFHTLS-D1 field: Inferences on coevolution and feedback. Astron.Astrophys., 2014, 572, pp.A90. ⟨10.1051/0004-6361/201323089e⟩. ⟨hal-01582860⟩

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