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"A fantastic gateway into new research across the critically important field of planetary climatology."--Choice "Through the contributions of more than 60 leading experts in the field, Comparative Climatology of Terrestrial Planets sets forth the foundations for this emerging new science and brings the reader to the forefront of our current understanding of atmospheric formation and climate evolution."--Lunar and Planetary Information Bulletin Through the contributions of more than 60 leading experts in the field, "Comparative Climatology of Terrestrial Planets" sets forth the foundations for this emerging new science and brings the reader to the forefront of our current understanding of atmospheric formation and climate evolution." "Lunar and Planetary Information Bulletin"" Part I: FoundationsJim HansenMark BullockScot RafkinCaitlin GriffithShawn Domagal-Goldman and Antigona SeguraKevin Zahnle Part II: The Greenhouse Effect and Atmospheric DynamicsCurt CoveyG. Schubert and J. MitchellTim DowlingFrancois Forget and Sebastien LebonnoisVladimir KrasnopolskyAdam Showman Part III: Clouds, Hazes, and PrecipitationLarry EspositoA. Maattanen, K. Perot, F. Montmessin, and A. HauchecorneNilton RennoZibi TurtleMark Marley Part IV: Surface-Atmosphere InteractionsColin GoldblattTeresa Segura et al.John GrotzingerAdrian LenardicD. A. Brain, F. Leblanc, J. G. Luhmann, T. E. Moore, and F. Tian Part V: Solar Influences on Planetary Climate Aaron ZentJerry HarderF. Tian, E. Chassefiere, F. Leblanc, and D. BrainDavid Des Marais
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Stephen J. Mackwell currently serves as director of the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston, Texas, and is an adjunct professor in the Department of Earth Science at Rice University, USA. Amy A. Simon-Miller is the associate director for Strategic Science at NASA Goddard in Maryland, USA. Jerald W. Harder is an instrument scientist for the Spectral Irradiance Monitor (SIM) on the NASA-sponsored Solar Radiation and Climate Experiment (SORCE). Mark A. Bullock is the Planetary Physics Section manager at the Southwest Research Institute, located in Boulder, Colorado, USA.