DPS Pasadena Meeting 2000, 23-27 October 2000
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Session 10. Outer Planets Posters I - Atmospheric Dynamics and Clouds

Displayed, 1:00pm, Monday - 1:00pm, Friday,
Highlighted Tuesday, 3:30-6:30pm, C101-C105, C211

10.01 A study of the long-term properties of Jovian hot spots from HST and ground-based observations between 1994 and 1998
E. Arregui, J. F. Rojas, A. Sanchez-Lavega (UPV), J. Lecacheux (Obs. Meudon), F. Colas (I. Mecanique), I. Miyazaki (Japan), D. Parker (ALPO)
10.02 Jovian Vortices and Barges: HST observations 1994-1998
R. Morales, A. Sanchez-Lavega (UPV), J. Lecacheux (Obs. Meudon), F. Colas (I. Mecanique), I. Miyazaki (Japan)
10.03 A study of the stability of Jovian winds from HST images: 1995 - 1998
E. Garcia-Melendo (E. Duran Obs. Found.), A. Sanchez-Lavega (UPV)
10.04 Gravity Waves As A Probe Of Jupiter's Atmosphere
T. Bosak, A. P. Ingersoll (California Institute of Technology)
10.05 Gravity wave signatures in Jupiter's ionosphere
K. I. Matcheva, D. F. Strobel (Johns Hopkins University), F. M. Flasar (Goddard Space Flight Center)
10.06 EPIC Simulations of Condensables Interacting with Anticyclones on Neptune and Jupiter
T.E. Dowling, P.W. Stratman (CPL/U. Louisville), A.P. Showman (NRC/NASA Ames), L.A. Sromovsky (SSEC/U. Wisconsin)
10.07 High Resolution Observations of the Upper Jovian Atmosphere at Ly-\alpha
C. Emerich (IAS-Orsay & IAP-Paris), L. Ben Jaffel (IAP-Paris), J.T. Clarke, Y. Kim (Michigan University), G.E. Ballester (LPL-Arizona University), R. Prangé (IAS-Orsay), J. Sommeria (ENS-Lyon)
10.08 Evidence for the existence of a deep water cloud from the Galileo Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer
P.G.J. Irwin, S.B. Calcutt, F.W. Taylor, A. Baugh, S. Webster (Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics, Oxford University), C.A. Nixon (Goddard Space Flight Center), R.W. Carlson (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
10.09 The mapping of longitudinal-latitudinal variations of the methane absorption on Jupiter
V.G. Tejfel (Fessenkov Astrophysical Institute)
10.10 Transport in the Jovian Stratosphere: Insight From a 2D Model of Ethane
M. Allen (JPL/Caltech), Y.-T. Lee (Caltech), A. Friedson, G. Orton, R. West (JPL/Caltech)
10.11 The correlation of zonal bands and zonal winds in HST/STIS images of Jupiter and Saturn
M.B. Vincent (NMSU), J.T. Clarke (U. of Mich.), J.T. Trauger (JPL)
10.12 3-Dimensional simulations of storm dynamics on Saturn
R. Hueso, A. Sanchez-Lavega (UPV)
10.13 Saturn's Atmosphere at 5.2 Microns
P. A. Yanamandra-Fisher, G. S. Orton, B. M. Fisher (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), A. Sanchez-Lavega (Universidad del Pais Vasco)
10.14 The Appropriate Deconvolution Method on 1990 HST Saturn Equatorial Disturbance Images
T. Temma, N. Chanover (NMSU)
10.15 The Return of Saturn: Near-Infrared Absolute Photometry at Ring Plane Crossing
T.W. Momary, K.H. Baines, P.A. Yanamandra-Fisher (JPL/CalTech), L.A. Lebofsky (U. of Arizona)
10.16 Neptune's Increasing Brightness Since 1989: Inferences from Photometry, Voyager and HST Images, and Recent Keck Adapative Optics Images
G. W. Lockwood (Lowell Observatory), H. B. Hammel (Space Science Institute)
10.17 The Evolution of Cloud Features on Neptune over a 20-day time period
S.C. Martin, H. Roe, I. de Pater (U.C. Berkeley), B. Macintosh, S. Gibbard, C.E. Max, D. Gavel (LLNL/IGPP), M. Brown (Caltech), A. Ghez (U.C.L.A.)
10.18 The Cassini / Huygens Flyby of Jupiter
C. J. Hansen, D. L. Matson (JPL), J. P. Lebreton (ESA), S. J. Bolton, L. J. Spilker, T. V. Johnson, D. I. Bindschadler (JPL)

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