Benjamin Charnay
Benjamin Charnay
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Global modelling of the early martian climate under a denser CO2 atmosphere: Water cycle and ice evolution
R Wordsworth, F Forget, E Millour, JW Head, JB Madeleine, B Charnay
Icarus 222 (1), 1-19, 2013
2352013
Increased insolation threshold for runaway greenhouse processes on Earth-like planets
J Leconte, F Forget, B Charnay, R Wordsworth, A Pottier
Nature 504 (7479), 268-271, 2013
2272013
Gliese 581d is the first discovered terrestrial-mass exoplanet in the habitable zone
RD Wordsworth, F Forget, F Selsis, E Millour, B Charnay, JB Madeleine
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 733 (2), L48, 2011
2062011
3D climate modeling of close-in land planets: circulation patterns, climate moist bistability, and habitability
J Leconte, F Forget, B Charnay, R Wordsworth, F Selsis, E Millour, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 554, A69, 2013
1732013
The pale orange dot: the spectrum and habitability of hazy Archean Earth
G Arney, SD Domagal-Goldman, VS Meadows, ET Wolf, E Schwieterman, ...
Astrobiology 16 (11), 873-899, 2016
1322016
Discovery of a warm, dusty giant planet around HIP 65426
G Chauvin, S Desidera, AM Lagrange, A Vigan, R Gratton, M Langlois, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 605, L9, 2017
1192017
Titan global climate model: A new 3-dimensional version of the IPSL Titan GCM
S Lebonnois, J Burgalat, P Rannou, B Charnay
Icarus 218 (1), 707-722, 2012
1102012
Exploring the faint young Sun problem and the possible climates of the Archean Earth with a 3‐D GCM
B Charnay, F Forget, R Wordsworth, J Leconte, E Millour, F Codron, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 118 (18), 10,414-10,431, 2013
1022013
Orbital and atmospheric characterization of the planet within the gap of the PDS 70 transition disk
A Müller, M Keppler, T Henning, M Samland, G Chauvin, H Beust, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 617, L2, 2018
922018
3D modeling of GJ1214b's atmosphere: formation of inhomogeneous high clouds and observational implications
B Charnay, V Meadows, A Misra, J Leconte, G Arney
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 813 (1), L1, 2015
712015
3D modeling of GJ1214b’s atmosphere: vertical mixing driven by an anti-Hadley circulation
B Charnay, V Meadows, J Leconte
The Astrophysical Journal 813 (1), 15, 2015
502015
Solar primary and secondary ionization at Saturn
M Galand, L Moore, B Charnay, I Mueller‐Wodarg, M Mendillo
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 114 (A6), 2009
462009
Nitrogen oxides in early Earth's atmosphere as electron acceptors for life's emergence
ML Wong, BD Charnay, P Gao, YL Yung, MJ Russell
Astrobiology 17 (10), 975-983, 2017
452017
A self-consistent cloud model for brown dwarfs and young giant exoplanets: comparison with photometric and spectroscopic observations
B Charnay, B Bézard, JL Baudino, M Bonnefoy, A Boccaletti, R Galicher
The Astrophysical Journal 854 (2), 172, 2018
442018
Effects of a fully 3D atmospheric structure on exoplanet transmission spectra: retrieval biases due to day–night temperature gradients
A Caldas, J Leconte, F Selsis, IP Waldmann, P Bordé, M Rocchetto, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 623, A161, 2019
402019
Methane storms as a driver of Titan’s dune orientation
B Charnay, E Barth, S Rafkin, C Narteau, S Lebonnois, S Rodriguez, ...
Nature Geoscience 8 (5), 362-366, 2015
402015
Growth mechanisms and dune orientation on Titan
A Lucas, S Rodriguez, C Narteau, B Charnay, SC Du Pont, T Tokano, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (17), 6093-6100, 2014
392014
The effect of orbital configuration on the possible climates and habitability of kepler-62f
AL Shields, R Barnes, E Agol, B Charnay, C Bitz, VS Meadows
Astrobiology 16 (6), 443-464, 2016
372016
A warm or a cold early Earth? New insights from a 3-D climate-carbon model
B Charnay, G Le Hir, F Fluteau, F Forget, DC Catling
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 474, 97-109, 2017
362017
CO2 condensation is a serious limit to the deglaciation of Earth-like planets
M Turbet, F Forget, J Leconte, B Charnay, G Tobie
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 476, 11-21, 2017
342017
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