Venus

Venus climate modelling

Publications

  1. Analysis of the Radiative Budget of the Venusian Atmosphere Based on Infrared Net Exchange Rate Formalism
    Lebonnois, S., Eymet, Vincent, Lee, C., and Vatant d’Ollone, Jan
    J. Geophys. Res. Planets 2015
  2. A New, Fast and Flexible Radiative Transfer Method for Venus General Circulation Models
    Mendonça, J.M., Read, P.L., Wilson, Colin Frank, and Lee, C.
    Planet. Space Sci. 2015
  3. A Comparative Analysis of Simplified General Circulation Models of the Venus Atmosphere
    Lebonnois, S., Lee, C., Yamamoto, Masaru, Dawson, J., Lewis, S. R., Mendonca, J., Read, P. L., Parish, H. F., Schubert, Gerald, Bengtsson, Lennart, Grinspoon, D. H., Limaye, S. S., Schmidt, H., Svedhem, H., and Titov, D. V.
    2013
  4. Models of Venus Atmosphere
    Lebonnois, S., Lee, C., Yamamoto, Masaru, Dawson, J., Lewis, S. R., Mendonca, Joao, Read, Peter, Parish, H. F., Schubert, Gerald, Bengtsson, Lennart, Grinspoon, D. H., Limaye, S. S., Schmidt, H., Svedhem, HĂ„kan, and Titov, D. V.
    2013
  5. Angular Momentum Conservation in a Simplified Venus General Circulation Model
    Lee, C., and Richardson, M.I. I.
    Icarus 2012
  6. Superrotation in a Venus GCM with Realistic Radiative Forcing
    Lee, C., Richardson, Mark I, Newman, C. E., and Lian, Y.
    In Comparative Climatology of Terrestrial Planets 2012
  7. The New Oxford Planetary Unified Model System for Venus (OPUS-V)
    Mendonça, João M, Read, Peter L, Lewis, Stephen R, and Lee, Christopher
    Comp. Climatol. Terr. Planets 2012
  8. A Discrete Ordinate, Multiple Scattering, Radiative Transfer Model of the Venus Atmosphere from 0.1 to 260 Ό m
    Lee, Christopher, and Richardson, M. I.
    J. Atmospheric Sci. 2011
  9. A General Circulation Model Ensemble Study of the Atmospheric Circulation of Venus
    Lee, Christopher, and Richardson, M. I.
    J. Geophys. Res. - Planets 2011
  10. A Bulk Cloud Parameterization in a Venus General Circulation Model
    Lee, C., Lewis, S. R., and Read, Peter L
    Icarus 2010
  11. Evidence for Carbonyl Sulfide (OCS) Conversion to CO in the Lower Atmosphere of Venus.
    Yung, Yuk L, Liang, M. C., Jiang, X., Shia, R. L., Lee, C., BĂ©zard, B., and Marcq, E.
    J. Geophys. Res. - Planets 2009
  12. Tropospheric Carbon Monoxide Concentrations and Variability on Venus from Venus Express/VIRTIS-M Observations
    Tsang, Constantine C C, Irwin, Patrick G. J., Wilson, Colin Frank, Taylor, Fredric W, Lee, C., de Kok, Remco, Drossart, Pierre, Piccioni, Giuseppe, Bezard, Bruno, Calcutt, S. B., C., Lee, and de Kok R.,
    J. Geophys. Res. 2008
  13. Sensitivity of Atmospheric Dynamics to the Parameterization of Diffusion in VenusWRF and the Oxford Venus GCM
    Lee, C., and Richardson, M. I.
    In UCLA Venus Dynamics Workshop 2007
  14. Superrotation in a Venus General Circulation Model
    Lee, Christopher, Lewis, Stephen R., and Read, Peter L.
    J. Geophys. Res. - Planets 2007
  15. Modelling of the Atmosphere of Venus
    Lee, C.
    2006
  16. Producing and Understanding the Super-Rotation in a Simple Numerical Model of Venus.
    Lee, C., Lewis, S. R., and Read, Peter L
    In Chapman Conference on Understanding Venus as a Terrestrial Atmosphere 2006
  17. A Numerical Model of the Atmosphere of Venus
    Lee, C., Lewis, S. R., and Read, P.L.
    Adv. Space Res. 2005
  18. Ensemble Data Assimilation of the Martian Atmosphere Using Temperature and Radiance Data from the Thermal Emission Spectrometer
    Lee, Christopher, Richardson, M I, Lawson, W G, and Anderson, Jeffrey L.
    In