His primary areas of study are Atmosphere, Remote sensing, Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astrobiology. His studies deal with areas such as Scattering, Atmospheric sciences, Venus, Spectral line and Radiative transfer as well as Atmosphere. His Remote sensing research incorporates themes from Pixel, Observatory, Cosmic ray and Nadir.
His work on Planet, Stars, Great Red Spot and Great Dark Spot as part of general Astronomy research is frequently linked to Population, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research in Astrophysics intersects with topics in Atmospheric radiative transfer codes and Infrared. His studies in Astrobiology integrate themes in fields like Exploration of Jupiter, Rings of Neptune and Jupiter.
David Crisp mainly focuses on Remote sensing, Astronomy, Astrobiology, Atmospheric sciences and Astrophysics. His work carried out in the field of Remote sensing brings together such families of science as Mars Exploration Program, Spectrometer, Observatory, Satellite and Meteorology. David Crisp studied Observatory and Spectral line that intersect with Absorption.
As part of his studies on Astrobiology, David Crisp often connects relevant subjects like Planet. His Atmospheric sciences research includes elements of Atmosphere of Venus, Atmosphere, Carbon cycle and Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere, Carbon dioxide. His work deals with themes such as Radiative transfer, Venus and Latitude, which intersect with Atmosphere.
David Crisp mostly deals with Remote sensing, Astrobiology, Atmospheric sciences, Exoplanet and Observatory. His Remote sensing study incorporates themes from Spectral line, Spectrometer and Aerosol. David Crisp studies Astrobiology, namely Venus.
His study in Venus is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Solar System and Astronomy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Atmosphere, Satellite, Carbon cycle, Anomaly and Carbon dioxide. His study with Exoplanet involves better knowledge in Planet.
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Hubble Space Telescope Observations of the Disk and Jet of HH 30
Christopher J. Burrows;Christopher J. Burrows;Karl R. Stapelfeldt;Alan M. Watson;John E. Krist.
The Astrophysical Journal (1996)
THE PERFORMANCE AND CALIBRATION OF WFPC2 ON THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE
Jon A. Holtzman;J. Jeff Hester;Stefano Casertano;John T. Trauger.
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (1995)
Voyager 2 at neptune: imaging science results.
B. A. Smith;L. A. Soderblom;D. Banfield;c. Barnet.
THE CORRELATED-k METHOD FOR RADIATION CALCULATIONS IN NONHOMOGENEOUS ATMOSPHERES
Richard Goody;Robert West;Luke Chen;David Crisp.
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer (1989)
The Mars Pathfinder atmospheric structure investigation/meteorology (ASI/MET) experiment
J.T. Schofield;J.R. Barnes;D. Crisp;R.M. Haberle.
Biosignatures from Earth-like planets around M dwarfs
Antígona Segura;Antígona Segura;James F. Kasting;Victoria Meadows;Martin Cohen.
Precision Requirements for Space-based XCO2 Data
C. E. Miller;D. Crisp;P. L. DeCola;S. C. Olsen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Ozone concentrations and ultraviolet fluxes on Earth-like planets around other stars.
Antígona Segura;Kara Krelove;Kara Krelove;James F. Kasting;Darrell Sommerlatt.
Ground-based near-infrared observations of the Venus nightside: The thermal structure and water abundance near the surface
V. S. Meadows;D. Crisp.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
WFPC2 studies of the Crab nebula. I. HST and ROSAT imaging of the synchrotron nebula
J. Jeff Hester;Paul A. Scowen;Ravi Sankrit;Christopher J. Burrows.
The Astrophysical Journal (1995)
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