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The Life and Death of Galaxies

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It is well established that the cessation of star formation in galaxies (“quenching”) correlates strongly with both galaxy morphology and environment, but the physical reasons behind these relationships remain disputed. Drawing upon my own research, I will discuss issues of correlation and causation, and highlight evidence that points to multiple evolutionary pathways along which galaxies both grow and die.

This talk is part of the Kavli Institute for Cosmology Seminars series.

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