Could we identify hot ocean-planets with CoRoT, Kepler and Doppler velocimetry?

@article{Selsis2007CouldWI,
  title={Could we identify hot ocean-planets with CoRoT, Kepler and Doppler velocimetry?},
  author={Frank Selsis and B. Chazelas and Pascal J. Bord{\'e} and Marc Ollivier and Frank Brachet and Michel D{\'e}caudin and François Bouchy and David Ehrenreich and Jean-Mathias Grie{\ss}meier and Helmut Lammer and Christophe Sotin and Olivier Grasset and Claire Moutou and Pierre Barge and Magali Deleuil and Dimitri Mawet and Didier Despois and James F. Kasting and Alain L{\'e}ger},
  journal={Icarus},
  year={2007},
  volume={191},
  pages={453-468}
}

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