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Multi-phase AGN feedback on pc and kpc scales.

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AGN feedback might be capable of regulating the growth of massive galaxies, but the complexity of the parameter space involved in the process makes it difficult to quantify it from the observational point of view. In this context, it is relevant to characterise the multiphase and multi-scale AGN -driven outflows in nearby galaxies, to then confront their properties with galaxy processes/features varying on the same timescales. In this talk I will summarise recent results from the analysis of infrared and mm observations showing that the circumnuclear material of AGN is complex, episodic and highly dynamic, as well as examples of galaxies in which AGN feedback is shaping the distribution of molecular gas in the close (pc-scale; GATOS survey) and intermediate (kpc-scale; QSOFEED survey) environment of accreting supermassive black holes.

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