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C.D. Parkinson, J.C. McConnell (Dept. of Earth and Atmospheric Science, York University, Canada), D. Gautier (Observatoire de Paris, France), L. Ben Jaffel (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris-CNRS, France)
The Jovian D/H problem can be approached three ways: a) D & H Ly-\alpha, Ly-\beta, b) CH3D and CH4, and c) HD and H2 (from ISO/Galileo probe). The same atmospheric model should provide the same D/H ratio regardless of technique used. We have extensively studied the D/H problem utilising these approaches and report the results of our analysis which compare very favourably with various observations in most cases.
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