Gas flows and star formation as a consequence of galaxy interaction in compact groups
The environment of galaxies is known to influence their evolution via a wide range of processes, such as tidal interactions, ram-pressure stripping, or galaxy harassment. However, the exact interconnectivity between the large scale environment-driven mechanisms and the other internal processes (starburst, star formation quenching, nuclear activity, and both outflows and inflows) remains poorly understood. This thesis describes the use of the WiFeS and MUSE integral field spectrographs to...[Show more]
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