Research Interests:

In the most general sense, I am interested in the study of planetary atmospheres and their evolution.  My work is theoretical and computational.  My primary tools are 3D general circulation models, line-by-line and correlated-radiative transfer models, and cloud and aerosol microphysical models.

I am interested in planetary habitability, the past, present, and future of Earth's climate, the past and present of Mars' climate, and terrestrial extrasolar planets.


Contact Information:

eric.wolf (at)

3665 Discovery Drive

Campus Box 600

Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics

University of Colorado, Boulder

Boulder, CO 80303


University of Colorado, Boulder

    Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics

    Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

NASA Nexus for Exoplanet System Science

NASA Virtual Planetary Laboratory

NASA Sellers Exoplanet Environments Collaboration