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ramses2.jpgI am a research scientist (at the Earth-Life Science Institute) that studies potentially habitable worlds. I develop climate models to assess the physical processes that make planets habitable, including improving definitions of the habitable zone that are used to target potentially habitable worlds. I also study the habitability of worlds within our solar system to better understand extrasolar planet habitability.

RECENT WORK HIGHLIGHTS:

 
The geological and climatological case for a warmer and wetter early Mars
The ice cap zone: A unique habitable zone for ocean worlds
The continued importance of habitability studies

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