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(Exo)planetary Atmospheres in 3D

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The challenge of characterising exoplanets to both guide expensive observational campaigns and interpret observational data is a significant one given the complexity of planetary climates, and the breadth of the parameter space. I will present the work of the Exeter Exoplanet Theory Group (EETG) in building a hierarchy of tools, joining study of planets ranging from hot gas giants, to terrestrial planets and Earth. I will briefly explain the development approach, featuring a real-time, knowledge exchange and co-development framework with the Met Office.

I will then focus on a few key results from our scientific applications, exploring the impact of wind-driven chemical kinetics, and clouds, for Hot Jupiters. Then exploring the importance of clouds and convection for terrestrial exoplanets, before finishing with (time allowing) an outline of efforts to explore life-climate interaction.

This talk is part of the Exoplanet Seminars series.

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