His scientific interests lie mostly in Planet, Astrophysics, Atmosphere, Exoplanet and Astronomy. His work in the fields of Planet, such as Atmospheric escape and Terrestrial planet, intersects with other areas such as Hydrogen. Many of his research projects under Astrophysics are closely connected to Roche lobe with Roche lobe, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His Atmosphere study incorporates themes from Astrobiology, Radius and Magnetosphere. His research investigates the link between Magnetosphere and topics such as Mach number that cross with problems in Geophysics. In general Exoplanet study, his work on Hot Jupiter often relates to the realm of Flux, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Nikolai V. Erkaev mostly deals with Magnetohydrodynamics, Mechanics, Solar wind, Astrophysics and Magnetosheath. His Magnetohydrodynamics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Magnetic reconnection, Magnetic cloud, Classical mechanics and Mach number. His study in Solar wind is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Venus and Geophysics.
Nikolai V. Erkaev works mostly in the field of Astrophysics, limiting it down to concerns involving Atmosphere and, occasionally, Astrobiology and Accretion. His Magnetosheath research focuses on subjects like Magnetosphere of Saturn, which are linked to Magnetosphere of Jupiter. His work on Atmospheric escape and Planetary system as part of general Planet study is frequently linked to Hydrogen, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Planet, Astrophysics, Atmosphere, Astrobiology and Atmospheric escape are his primary areas of study. His Planet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Stars and Radius. His research investigates the connection between Astrophysics and topics such as Transit that intersect with issues in Circumstellar habitable zone.
His study in the fields of Hydrodynamic escape under the domain of Atmosphere overlaps with other disciplines such as Extreme ultraviolet and Hydrogen. His Mars Exploration Program study in the realm of Astrobiology connects with subjects such as Environmental science and Grid. The various areas that Nikolai V. Erkaev examines in his Atmospheric escape study include Titan, Outgassing and Thermosphere.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Planet, Astrophysics, Atmosphere, Atmospheric escape and Hydrodynamic escape. His Planet study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Astronomy. His Exoplanet and Terrestrial planet study, which is part of a larger body of work in Astrophysics, is frequently linked to Extreme ultraviolet, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Atmosphere research integrates issues from Accretion, Astrobiology and Solar wind. He performs multidisciplinary study on Atmospheric escape and Thermodynamic equilibrium in his works. In his work, Thermosphere, Secondary atmosphere, Atmosphere of Venus and Thermal is strongly intertwined with Atomic physics, which is a subfield of Hydrodynamic escape.
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Coronal mass ejection (CME) activity of low mass M stars as an important factor for the habitability of terrestrial exoplanets. II. CME-induced ion pick up of Earth-like exoplanets in close-in habitable zones.
Helmut Lammer;Herbert I.M. Lichtenegger;Yuri N. Kulikov;Jean Mathias Grießmeier.
Roche lobe effects on the atmospheric loss from "Hot Jupiters"
N. V. Erkaev;Yu. N. Kulikov;H. Lammer;F. Selsis.
Astronomy and Astrophysics (2007)
Determining the mass loss limit for close-in exoplanets: what can we learn from transit observations?
H. Lammer;P. Odert;M. Leitzinger;M. L. Khodachenko.
Astronomy and Astrophysics (2009)
Origin and loss of nebula-captured hydrogen envelopes from ‘sub’- to ‘super-Earths’ in the habitable zone of Sun-like stars
H. Lammer;A. Stökl;N. V. Erkaev;N. V. Erkaev;E. A. Dorfi.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2014)
The Evolution of Stellar Rotation and the Hydrogen Atmospheres of Habitable-zone Terrestrial Planets
C. P. Johnstone;M. Güdel;A. Stökl;H. Lammer.
The Astrophysical Journal (2015)
Evolution of dipolarization in the near-Earth current sheet induced by Earthward rapid flux transport
R. Nakamura;A. Retino;W. Baumjohann;M. Volwerk.
Annales Geophysicae (2009)
Probing the blow-off criteria of hydrogen-rich 'super-Earths'
H. Lammer;N. V. Erkaev;N. V. Erkaev;P. Odert;P. Odert;K. G. Kislyakova;K. G. Kislyakova.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2013)
Loss of hydrogen and oxygen from the upper atmosphere of Venus
H. Lammer;H.I.M. Lichtenegger;H.K. Biernat;H.K. Biernat;N.V. Erkaev.
Planetary and Space Science (2006)
Aeronomical constraints to the minimum mass and maximum radius of hot low-mass planets
L. Fossati;N. V. Erkaev;H. Lammer;P. E. Cubillos.
Astronomy and Astrophysics (2017)
XUV-exposed, non-hydrostatic hydrogen-rich upper atmospheres of terrestrial planets. Part I: atmospheric expansion and thermal escape.
Nikolai V. Erkaev;Helmut Lammer;Petra Odert;Yuri N. Kulikov.
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