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Robinson, T. D. 2017, Characterizing Exoplanets for HabitabilityHandbook of Exoplanets, submitted

Robinson, T. D. 2017, A Theory of Exoplanet Transits with Light ScatteringApJ, 836, 236

Morley, C. V., Kreidberg, L., Rustamkulov, Z., Robinson, T. D., and Fortney, J.F. 2017, Observing the Atmospheres of Known Temperate Earth-sized Planets with JWSTApJ, accepted

Roberge, A., and 12 co-authors (including T. D. Robinson) 2017, Finding the Needles in the Haystacks: High Fidelity Models of the Modern and Archean Solar System for Simulating Exoplanet ObservationsPASP, accepted

Nayak, M., and 5 co-authors (including T. D. Robinson) 2017, Atmospheric Retrieval for Direct Imaging Spectroscopy of Gas Giants in Reflected Light II: Orbital Phase and Planetary RadiusPASP, 973, 034401

Arney, G. N., and 7 co-authors (including T. D. Robinson) 2017, Pale Orange Dots: The Impact of Organic Haze on the Habitability and Detectability of Earthlike ExoplanetsApJ, 836, 49

Gao., P., Marley, M. S., Zahnle, K., Robinson, T. D., and Lewis, N. K. 2017, Sulfur Hazes in Giant Exoplanet Atmospheres: Impacts on Reflected Light SpectraApJ, submitted

Meadows, V. S., and 13 co-authors (including T. D. Robinson2017, The Habitability of Proxima Centauri b II: Environmental States and Observational DiscriminantsAstrobiology, submitted


Robinson, T. D., Stapelfeldt, K. R., and Marley, M. S. 2016, Characterizing Rocky and Gaseous Exoplanets with 2-meter Class Space-based CoronagraphsPASP, 128, 025003

Stark, C. C., and 11 co-authors (including T. D. Robinson) 2016, A Direct Comparison of ExoEarth Yields for Starshades and CoronagraphsSPIE, 9904, 99041U


Robinson, T. D. 2015, Completely Colorblind: Advances in Gray Techniques and Applications to Planets Near and FarComparative Climates of Terrestrial Planets II, in review

Schwieterman, E. W., Robinson, T. D., et al. 2015, Detecting and Constraining N2 Abundances in Planetary Atmospheres Using Collisional Pairs, ApJ, 810, 57

Marley, M. S., and Robinson, T. D. 2015, On the Cool Side: Modeling the Atmospheres of Brown Dwarfs and Giant ExoplanetsAnnual Review of Astronomy & Astrophysics, 53, 279

Gao, P., Hu, R., Robinson, T. D., et al. 2015, Stability of CO2 on Desiccated M Dwarf PlanetsApJ, 806, 249

Agol, E., Jansen, T., Lacy, B., Robinson, T. D., and Meadows, V. S. 2015, The Center of Light: Spectroastrometric Detection of Exomoons. ApJ, 812, 5


Robinson, T. D., Maltagliati, L., Marley, M. S., and Fortney, J. J. 2014, Titan solar occultation observations reveal transit spectra of a hazy world, PNAS, 111, 9042

Robinson, T. D., Ennico, K., Meadows, V. S., et al. 2014, Detection of Ocean Glint and Ozone Absorption Using LCROSS Earth Observations, ApJ, 787, 171

Robinson, T. D., and Marley, M. S. 2014, Temperature Fluctuations as a Source of Brown Dwarf Variability, ApJ, 785, 158

Robinson, T. D., and Catling, D. 2014, Common 0.1 bar Tropopause in Thick Atmospheres Set by Pressure-Dependent Infrared TransparencyNature Geoscience, 7, 12

Stark, C. C., Roberge, A., Mandell, A., and Robinson, T. D. 2014, Maximizing the ExoEarth Candidate Yield from a Future Direct Imaging MissionApJ, 795, 122

Arney, G., and 5 co-authors (including T. D. Robinson) 2014, Spatially-resolved measurements of H2O, HCl, CO, OCS, SO2, cloud opacity, and acid concentration in the Venus near-infrared windowsJGR, 119, 1860

Shields, A. L., and 4 co-authors (including T. D. Robinson) 2014, Spectrum-driven Planetary Deglaciation due to Increases in Stellar Luminosity, ApJ, 785, L9, 2014

Ramirez, R., and 5 co-authors (including T. D. Robinson) 2014, Warming Early Mars with CO2 and H2Nature Geoscience, 7, 59


Goldblatt, C., Robinson, T. D., Zahnle, K. J., and Crisp, D. 2013, Low Simulated Radiation Limit for Runaway Greenhouse, Nature Geoscience, 6, 661

Kopparapu, R. K., and 9 co-authors (including T. D. Robinson) 2013, Habitable Zones around Main Sequence Stars: New Estimates, ApJ, 765, 131

Shields, A. L., and 5 co-authors (including T. D. Robinson) 2013, The Effect of Host Star Spectral Energy Distribution and Ice-Albedo Feedback on the Climate of Extrasolar Planets. Astrobiology, 13, 715


Robinson, T. D., and Catling, D. 2012, An Analytic Radiative-Convective Model for Planetary AtmospheresApJ, 757, 104

Robinson, T. D. 2012, Simulating and Characterizing the Pale Blue Dot, University of Washington, dissertation


Robinson, T. D. 2011, Modeling the Infrared Spectrum of the Earth-Moon System: Implications for the Detection and Characterization of Earthlike Planets and their Moonlike CompanionsApJ, 741, 51

Robinson, T. D., Meadows, V. S., Crisp, D., et al. 2011, Earth as an Extrasolar Planet: Earth Model Validation Using EPOXI Earth ObservationsAstrobiology, 11, 393

Cowan, N. B., Robinson, T. D., Livengood, T. A., et al. 2011, Rotational Variability of Earth’s Polar Regions: Implications for Detecting Snowball PlanetsApJ, 731, 76

Crow, C. A., McFadden, L. A., Robinson, T. D., et al. 2011, Views from EPOXI: Colors in Our Solar System as an Analog for Extrasolar PlanetsApJ, 729, 130 

Livengood, T. A., and 10 co-authors (including T. D. Robinson) 2011, Properties of an Earth-Like Planet Orbiting a Sun-Like Star: Earth Observed by the EPOXI MissionAstrobiology, 11, 907


Robinson, T. D., Meadows, V. S., and Crisp, D. 2010, Detecting Oceans on Extrasolar Planets Using the Glint EffectApJL, 721, L67


Cowan, N. B., Agol, E., Meadows, V. S., Robinson, T. D., et al. 2009, Alien Maps of an Ocean-bearing WorldApJ, 700, 915