DPS Pasadena Meeting 2000, 23-27 October 2000
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Session 51. Mars Atmosphere Posters

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

51.01 Martian Atmospheric Water Abundances : 1996 - 1999
A.L. Sprague, D.M. Hunten, R.E. Hill, L.R. Doose, B. Rizk (Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona)
51.02 A study of the Martian Water Vapor Vertical Distribution from Millimeter Measurements
Th. Encrenaz, E. Lellouch (Obs.Paris), G. Paubert (IRAM,Granada), S. Gulkis (JPL)
51.03 On mesoscale circulations and water transport around the northern polar cap
T. Siili (FMI/GEO), D. S. Bass (SwRI), H. Savijärvi (DMUH)
51.04 Large Impacts as a Source for Martian Rivers
T.L. Segura, A. Colaprete, O.B. Toon (LASP/University of Colorado)
51.05 Recent TES Results: Mars Water Vapor Abundance and the Vertical Distribution of Aerosols
M. D. Smith, J. C. Pearl (NASA/GSFC), B. J. Conrath (Cornell), P. R. Christensen (Ariz. St.)
51.06 MGS Thermal Emission Spectrometer (TES) Atmospheric Results: Thermal Structure, Aerosol Opacity, and Dynamics Observed During Mapping\\
J.C. Pearl, M.D. Smith (NASA/GSFC), B.J. Conrath (Cornell University), P.R. Christensen (Arizona State University)
51.07 Martian Dust Storms: 1999-2000 MOC Observations
B. A. Cantor (Malin Space Science Systems and The University of Toledo, Department of Physics and Astronomy), P. B. James (The University of Toledo, Department of Physics and Astronomy), M. Caplinger (Malin Space Science Systems), M. J. Wolff (Space Science Institute and The University of Toledo, Department of Physics and Astronomy)
51.08 Derivation of Infrared Optical Properties of Dust Suspended in the Martian Atmosphere from MGS-TES Data
K.J. Snook, J.L. Bandfield (NASA Ames Research Center), F. Forget (Lab. de Meteorologie Dynamique, CNRS, Paris), C.P. McKay (NASA Ames Research Center)
51.09 On the shape of martian dust and water ice aerosols
K. M. Pitman (Louisiana State University), M. J. Wolff, R. T. Clancy (Space Science Institute), G. C. Clayton (LSU)
51.10 Effects of Variable Atmospheric Dust on the Surface and Atmospheric Absorption in the Polar Cap Regions on Mars
P. B. James, B. Bonev (Univ. of Toledo), M. J. Wolff (Space Science Institute)
51.11 Simulation of Mars Dust Devils with the Mars Regional Atmospheric Modeling System
T.I. Michaels, S.C.R. Rafkin (San Jose State University), R. Haberle (NASA Ames Research Center)
51.12 Summer Climatology of Small-Scale Convective Vortex Occurrence at the Mars Pathfinder Landing Site
J. R. Murphy, S. Nelli (New Mexico State University)
51.13 Mars Daily Global Maps and Animations
H. Wang, A. P. Ingersoll (CALTECH)
51.14 Atmospheric Travelling Waves from MGS TES
D. Banfield (Cornell), J.R. Barnes (Oregon State), B.C. Conrath (Cornell), J.C. Pearl, M.D. Smith (NASA Goddard), P. Christensen (Arizona State)
51.15 The role of tides in Mars' atmosphere.
A.F.C. Bridger (San Jose State University/NASA Ames), R.M. Haberle, J. Schaeffer (NASA Ames Research Center)
51.16 Ground-Based Millimeter Observations of the Middle Atmosphere of Mars: Why Are the Retrograde Winds So Strong?
F. Jegou, E. Chassefiere, F. Forget, F. Hourdin (Laboratoire de Meteorologie Dynamique (LMD), Paris France), E. Lellouch, T. Encrenaz (Departement d'etudes spaciales (DESPA), Meudon France), R. Moreno (Institut de Radio Astronomie Millimetrique (IRAM), Bure France)
51.17 The Mars Global Surveyor as a Platform for Operational Meteorology
H. Houben (Space Physics Research Institute), MGS Thermal Emission Spectrometer Team
51.18 Comparison of a Mars Mesoscale Model to Martian Lander Meteorological Data
A. D. Toigo, M. I. Richardson (Caltech)
51.19 Martian Northern Polar Latitudes: the Winter Atmosphere From Mariner 9 IRIS Data
L. Zasova, V. Formisano, D. Grassi, N. Igntiev, A. Maturilli (Istituto di Fisica dello Spazio Interplanetario, Rome, Italy)
51.20 ATMIS - Atmospheric Science Experiment for the NetLander 2005 Mars Mission
A.-M Harri, J. Polkko (Finnish Meteorological Institute), S. Calcutt (University of Oxford, UK), D. Crisp (NASA / JPL), Soren Larsen (Ris° National Laboratory, Denmark), J.-P. Pommereau (Service d'Aeronomie, France), T. Siili (Finnish Meteorological Institute), NetLander Co-investigators Team
51.21 Experimental characterisation of new design thermometers for planetary atmospheric measurements
G. Colombatti, A. Francesconi, P.F. Lion Stoppato, M. De Cecco (CISAS "G. Colombo" - UniversitÓ di Padova - Italy), F. Ferri (Space Science Department,ESA/ESTEC,Noordwijk zh, The Netherlands), M. Fulchignoni (UniversitÚ Paris VII /DESPA Obs. Paris-Meudon, France), F. Angrilli (CISAS "G. Colombo" - UniversitÓ di Padova - Italy)
51.22 Mars Global Surveyor Radio Science Electron Density Profiles and Implications for the Neutral Atmosphere
S. W. Bougher, S. Engel (LPL, Univ. of Arizona), D. P. Hinson (Stanford Univ.)
51.23 Sputtering effects on Mars atmosphere
R. E. Johnson, F. Leblanc (Engineering Physics - Department of Astronomy, University of Virginia), J. G. Luhmann (Space Sciences Laboratory), S. H. Brecht (Bay Area Research Corp.)
51.24 Spectrum of Atomic Carbon Produced in Photodissociation of CO on Mars: Implications for Atmospheric Evolution
J.L. Fox (Wright State University)
51.25 Observations of High Altitude CO2 Hot Bands in Mars Global Surveyor TES Limb Tangent Spectral Averages
W.C. Maguire, J.C. Pearl, M.D. Smith (NASA/GSFC), B.J. Conrath (Cornell), A.A. Kutepov (Munich), M.S. Kaelberer, E. Winter (Raytheon ITSS), P.R. Christensen (Arizona State)
51.26 Probing the Structure of the Martian Atmosphere using X-ray Scattering
R. Chary (U. of California, Santa Cruz), P. Predehl (Max Planck Institut fur Extraterrestrische Physik)


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