Events at Physics
In this talk, I will discuss the results from our ongoing DIISC (Deciphering the Interplay between the ISM, Stars, and the CGM) survey, which probes the disk-halo interface. I'll discuss our findings in terms of the signpost of gas accretion and galactic feedback. I'll also show evidence that structures such as high-velocity clouds and extra-planar gas seen in the Milky Way and a few other galaxies are indeed prevalent in most galaxies. These gaseous structures represent a pathway for gas accretion into galaxies and can be one of the primary ways how galaxies accrete gas in the nearby Universe.