Kaustubh Hakim: Geochemistry of Carbon Cycles on Rocky Exoplanets

ExoplanetsIII Heidelberg - HeidelbergDec 20, 2020
Habitability & Biosignatures
The atmospheres of rocky exoplanets are secondary and regulated by geochemical volatile cycles. Earth scientists have studied in detail the long-term inorganic carbon cycle (also known as the carbonate-silicate cycle) acting on timescales of hundreds of thousands of years. This cycle provides the essential negative feedback to maintain temperate climates ...
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