DPS Pasadena Meeting 2000, 23-27 October 2000
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All findings are embargoed until the time of presentation at the meeting.

Session 18. Titan Posters

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

18.01 Adaptive Optics Observations of Titan from the W.M. Keck Telescope
S.G. Gibbard, B. Macintosh, C.E. Max (Lawrence Livermore National Lab), H. Roe, I. de Pater (University of California, Berkeley), E.F. Young (Southwest Research Institute, Boulder), C.P. McKay (NASA Ames)
18.02 High Spectral Resolution Imaging of Titan
N. J. Chanover (New Mexico State University), D. A. Glenar (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)
18.03 On the Abundance of Ethane in Titan's Stratosphere
T. A. Livengood, J. J. Goldstein (Challenger Ctr.), T. Hewagama, K. E. Fast (U of MD), Th. Kostiuk, F. Espenak, D. Buhl (NASA's GSFC)
18.04 Simulation of Titan Haze Formation Using a Photochemical Flow Reactor. Optical Constants of the Simulated Haze
B. N. Tran, J. C. Joseph, J. P. Ferris (Renssealaer Polytechnic Institute)
18.05 Seasonality and differential mixing of trace species by waves in Titan's stratosphere
D. Luz (Observatório Astronómico de Lisboa, Portugal), F. Hourdin (Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique du CNRS, Paris)
18.06 Titan's Seasonal Photochemistry - A Two-dimensional Model
J. R. Dire (U.S. Coast Guard Academy)
18.07 O+ bombardment of an O and O2 Thermosphere
M. McKeown, R.E. Johnson (University of Virginia)
18.08 Basic Physical Properties of Ammonia-Rich Ice
S. E. Shandera, R. D. Lorenz (Lunar and Planetary Lab, University of Arizona)
18.09 Saturnian satellite chemistry: Titan as polluter of the Saturn system
M.L. Delitsky, A.L. Lane (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
18.10 A Turbulent model of the Saturn subnebula: Implications for the origin of methane in Titan's atmosphere
O. Mousis (Obs. Paris, University of Nantes), D. Gautier (Obs. Paris), D. Bockelée-Morvan (Obs. Paris), B. Dubrulle (CEA Saclay), F. Hersant (Obs. Paris and CEA Saclay)
18.11 Observing Titan's Surface by Bistatic-Scattering: Cassini's Potential
E. Marouf (San Jose State University), R. French (Wellesely College), N. Rappaport, A. Kliore (JPL)

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