DPS 35th Meeting, 1-6 September 2003
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Session 14. Mars Atmosphere II

Poster, Highlighted on, Wednesday, September 3, 2003, 3:00-5:30pm, Sierra Ballroom I-II

14.01 Diurnal Variations in the Dust Vertical Distribution in the Atmosphere of Mars
C.M. Anderson, J.P. Murphy, N.J. Chanover (New Mexico State University), C.P. McKay (NASA Ames Research Center)
14.02 Mars Ion Loss Rates from a Global Hybrid Model of the Solar Wind Interaction
S.H. Brecht (Bay Area Reseach Corp.), S.A. Ledvina, J.G. Luhmann (Space Sci. Lab., Univ. of California, Berkeley)
14.03 Are local outgassing sources on Mars detectable from Earth using the HST?
J. J. Caldwell, T. Ouvarova (York U.), S. K. Atreya, A.-S. Wong, N. O. Renno (U. Michigan), P. James (U. Toledo)
14.04 Doppler Wind Measurements of Mars Atmospheric Circulation
R.T. Clancy, B.J. Sandor (Space Science Institute), G.H. Moriarty-Schieven (NRC of Canada, JAC -Hilo)
14.05 A New Surface to Exosphere Mars Atmosphere Model
G. Crowley, M.A. Bullock, C.J. Freitas, S. Chocron, C. Hackert, D. Boice, L.A. Young, D.H. Grinspoon, G. R. Gladstone, W. Huebner, G. Wene, M. Westerhoff (Southwest Research Institute)
14.06 Peeking Through the Picket Fence: Observing Mars Ozone from the Earth
K. E. Fast, T. Kostiuk (GSFC), G. Sonnabend (NAS/NRC/GSFC), T. Livengood (Challenger Ctr.), F. Espenak, J. Annen (GSFC), M. F. A'Hearn, T. Hewagama (UMd)
14.07 Near IR Spectral Mapping of Mars: Temperatures, Aerosols and CO2 Ice
D. A. Glenar, G. Bjoraker, M. Smith, J. Pearl (NASA GSFC), D. Blaney (JPL), G. Hansen (Univ. of Washington), D. Klassen (Rowan Univ.)
14.08 The Impact of Coronal Mass Ejections on the Radiation Environment at Mars
C. Gorguinpour (UC, Berkeley, Dept. of Bioengineering), G. Delory, J. Luhmann (UC, Berkeley, Space Sciences Lab.)
14.09 The ``Mars-Sun Connection" and the Impact of Solar Variability on Mars Weather and Climate
D. M. Hassler, D. H. Grinspoon (Southwest Research Institute)
14.10 Martian Atmospheric Optical Depth and Surface Albedo from MEX Orbiter Stereo Images
N.M. Hoekzema, W.J. Markiewicz, H.U. Keller (MPAE, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany), K. Gwinner, G. Neukum (DLR Berlin, Germany)
14.11 Mars Global Surveyor Meteorology by Sequential Data Assimilation
H. Houben, C. L. Weeks (Bay Area Environmental Research Institute)
14.12 Spatial-Spectral EOF Analysis of TES Data
X. Huang, J. Liu, Y. Yung (Caltech)
14.13 Seasonal Comparison of Mars NIR Principal Components
D. R. Klassen (Rowan University), J. F. Bell III (Cornell University)
14.14 Electrostatic Discharging of Dust near the Surface of Mars
C.E. Krauss, M. Horanyi (LASP, Univ. of CO), S. Robertson (Dept. of Physics, Univ. of CO)
14.15 One Martian Year of the Orbiting Thermal Emission Spectrometer's Observations of 10\mum CO2 Hot Band Emission
W.C. Maguire, J.C. Pearl, M.D. Smith (NASA/GSFC), B.J. Conrath (Cornell), A.A. Kutepov (NAS/NRC at GSFC and Max Planck), A.G. Feofilov (Munich), P.R. Christensen (Arizona State U.)
14.16 Environmental Modeling of Mars: Thermal Behavior
T.Z. Martin, N.T. Bridges (JPL), J.R. Murphy (NMSU)
14.17 The Mars Polar Vortex: interannual variability and comparisons to earth
T. H. McConnochie, B. J. Conrath, D. Banfield, P. J. Gierasch (Cornell University), M. D. Smith (NASA/GSFC)
14.18 A Sensitive Search for Methane on Mars
M. J. Mumma (NASA's GSFC), R. E. Novak (Iona College), M. A. DiSanti (NASA's GSFC), B. P. Bonev (Univ. Toledo/NASA's GSFC)
14.19 Multiyear simulations of the Martian water cycle with the Ames General Circulation Model
S. M. Nelli, J. R. Murphy (NMSU), R. M. Haberle, J. R. Schaeffer (NASA-Ames)
14.20 2-D Mapping of Ozone and Water (HDO) in the Atmosphere of Mars
R.E. Novak (Iona College), M.J. Mumma, M.A. DiSanti (Goddard Space Flight Center), N. Dello Russo (GSFC, Catholic University of American), K. Magee-Sauer (Rowan University), B. Bonev (University of Toledo)
14.21 Listening to Mars: a search for electricity in the air
M. Roos-Serote (Lisbon Astron. Obs, Portugal), D. Stam, R. Fender (Univ. of Amsterdam, the Netherlands), J. Lecacheux (Paris-Meudon Observatory, France), F. Colas (Celestial Mechanics Institute, Paris, France), M. Serote Roos (Centre for Astron. Astroph., Lisbon, Portugal)
14.22 Time-Dependent Calculations of an Impulsive Impact-Triggered Runaway Greenhouse Atmosphere on Mars
T.L. Segura, O.B. Toon (LASP/University of Colorado), C.P. McKay (NASA-Ames Research Center)
14.23 Water Vapour Variations in the Martian Atmosphere: Phobos-2 Infrared Spectrometer (ISM) data reanalyzed based on improved topography data (MOLA/MGS)
S. Werner, D. Titov (MPAE), S. Erard, J.P. Bibring (IAS)
14.24 Scientic Uses of Crude Telemetry during Mars Atmospheric Entry
P. Withers (Boston University)

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