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Ramses Ramirez

  • Ph.D.
  • Research Associate
  • Cornell University
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Research interests

radiative transferclimate modelingearly Marsextrasolar planetary habitability

About

I am a Research Associate and a founding member of the Institute for the Pale Blue Dots working with its director, Lisa Kaltenegger. I am interested in the evolution of planetary atmospheres as it pertains to Earth-like extrasolar planets, early Mars, and Earth. I have developed a new 1-D radiative convective model that was used to recalculate the edges of the traditional liquid water habitable zone, warm early Mars with various greenhouse gases, and study the evolution of Earth's climate over time. A more detailed description of my work, including publications and CV, can be found at my website (astro.cornell.edu/~rramirez).

Co-authors (26)

  • Hiroaki Saito

Publications (5)

  • A Volcanic Hydrogen Habitable Zone

    • Ramirez R
    • Kaltenegger L
    N/AReaders
    6Citations
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  • Abrupt climate transition of icy worlds from snowball to moist or runaway greenhouse

    • Yang J
    • Ding F
    • Ramirez R
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    1Citations
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  • INFRARED SPECTRAL PROPERTIES of M GIANTS

    • Sloan G
    • Goes C
    • Ramirez R
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    2Citations
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  • Testing the early Mars H<inf>2</inf>-CO<inf>2</inf> greenhouse hypothesis with a 1-D photochemical model

    • Batalha N
    • Domagal-Goldman S
    • Ramirez R
    • et al.
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    15Citations
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  • Habitable zones around main-sequence stars: Dependence on planetary mass

    • Kopparapu R
    • Ramirez R
    • Schottelkotte J
    • et al.
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    121Citations
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Professional experience

Research Associate

Cornell University

September 2014 - Present

Education

Ph.D.

Pennsylvania State University

January 2010 - May 2014(4 years)

M.S.

Arizona State University - Main Campus

August 2005 - May 2009(4 years)

University of South Florida

August 2004 - May 2005(9 months)

B.S.

Georgia Institute of Technology

August 1996 - May 2001(5 years)