How surfaces shape the climate of habitable exoplanets

@article{Madden2020HowSS,
  title={How surfaces shape the climate of habitable exoplanets},
  author={J. Madden and L. Kaltenegger},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2020},
  volume={495},
  pages={1-11}
}
Large ground- and space-based telescopes will be able to observe Earth-like planets in the near future. We explore how different planetary surfaces can strongly influence the climate, atmospheric composition, and remotely detectable spectra of terrestrial rocky exoplanets in the habitable zone depending on the host star's incident irradiation spectrum for a range of Sun-like host stars from F0V to K7V. We update a well-tested 1D climate-photochemistry model to explore the changes of a planetary… Expand
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