Accretion mode versus radio morphology in the LOFAR Deep Fields

@inproceedings{Mingo2022AccretionMV,
  title={Accretion mode versus radio morphology in the LOFAR Deep Fields},
  author={Beatriz Mingo and Judith H. Croston and Phillip N. Best and Kenneth J Duncan and Martin J. Hardcastle and R. Kondapally and Isabella Prandoni and Jose Sabater and Timothy W. Shimwell and Wendy L. Williams and Ranieri D. Baldi and Matteo Bonato and Marco Bondi and P. Dabhade and G Gurkan and Judith Ineson and M Magliocchetti and George K. Miley and J. C. S. Pierce and H. J. A. Rottgering},
  year={2022}
}
Radio-loud active galaxies have two accretion modes [radiatively inefficient (RI) and radiatively efficient (RE)], with distinct optical and infrared signatures, and two jet dynamical behaviours, which in arcsecto arcmin-resolution radio surveys manifest primarily as centreor edge-brightened structures [Fanaroff-Riley (FR) class I and II]. The nature of the relationship between accretionmode and radiomorphology (FR class) has been the subject of long debate.We present a comprehensive… 

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