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A compilation of papers, publications and other links relevant to our discussions of habitability. These span all media sources and types. Please follow the links to find out more (all links are to free resources).

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T . Lüftinger, M. Güdel, C. P. Johnstone "Stellar magnetic activity and their influence on the habitability of exoplanets" arXiv:1506.05943 Academic publication
Lammer et al. "Origin and Stability of Exomoon Atmospheres - Implications for Habitability" arXiv:1506.06529 Academic publication
BBC Radio 4, "In our Time" "Extremophiles" 25/06/2015 Podcast
Kitzmann et al. "The Unstable CO2 feedback cycle on Ocean Planets" arXiv:1507.01727 Academic publication
Dayal et al. "The Quest for Cradles of Life: Using the fundamental metallicity relation to hunt for the most habitable type of galaxy" arXiv:1507.04346 Academic publication
Barnes, Meadows & Evans "Comparative Habitability of Transiting Exoplanets" arXiv:1509.08922

Academic publication

Duncan Forgan "On the Possibility of Detecting Class A Stellar Engines Using Exoplanet Transit Curves" arxiv:1306.1672

Academic publication

Nicolas Cowan "Water On -and In- Terrestrial Planets" arXiv:1511:04444

Academic publication

Armstrong et al. "The Host Stars of Keplers Habitable Exoplanets: Superflares, Rotation and Activity" arXiv:1511.05306

Academic publication

Dominik & Zarnecki (eds) "The detection of extra-terrestrial life and the consequences for science and society" (Papers of a Royal Society Discussion Meeting) Table of Contents

Conference proceedings

Abott et al. "A proposal for climate stability on H2-greenhouse planets" arXiv:1511.07831

Academic publication

Steffen et al. "Dynamical considerations for life in multihabitable planetary systems" arXiv:1511.09211

Academic publication

Hu et al. "Tracing the fate of carbon and the atmospheric evolution of Mars" arXiv:1512.00758

Academic publication

Adibekyan, Figueira, & Santos "Which type of planets do we expect to observe in the Habitable Zone?" arXiv:1509.02429

Academic publication

di Stefano & Ray "Globular Clusters as Cradles of Life and Advanced Civilisations" arXiv:1601.03455

Academic publication

Fergus Simpson "The longevity of habitable planets and the development of intelligent life" arXiv:1601.05063

Academic publication

Colin Goldblatt "The Inhabitance Paradox: How Habitability and Inhabitancy are Inseperable" arXiv:1603.00950

Academic publication

Vera Dobos Habitability of Exoplanetary Systems arXiv:1704.07691

PhD Thesis