Cold Dust Emission from X-ray AGN in the SCUBA-2 Cosmology Legacy Survey: Dependence on Luminosity, Obscuration and AGN Activity

@article{Banerji2015ColdDE,
  title={Cold Dust Emission from X-ray AGN in the SCUBA-2 Cosmology Legacy Survey: Dependence on Luminosity, Obscuration and AGN Activity},
  author={Manda Banerji and Richard G. McMahon and Chris J. Willott and James E. Geach and C. M. Harrison and Susannah Alaghband-Zadeh and David M. Alexander and Nathan Bourne and K. E. K. Coppin and James S. Dunlop and Duncan Farrah and Matt J. Jarvis and M. J.Michalowski and M J Page and D. J. B. Smith and A. M. Swinbank and Myrto Symeonidis and Paul van der Werf},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={454},
  pages={419-438}
}
We study the 850um emission in X-ray selected AGN in the 2 sq-deg COSMOS field using new data from the SCUBA-2 Cosmology Legacy Survey. We find 19 850um bright X-ray AGN in a high-sensitivity region covering 0.89 sq-deg with flux densities of S850=4-10 mJy. The 19 AGN span the full range in redshift and hard X-ray luminosity covered by the sample - 0.71 X-ray AGN - S850=0.71+/-0.08mJy. We explore trends in the stacked 850um flux densities with redshift, finding no evolution in the average cold… 

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