DPS Meeting, Madison, October 1998
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Session 30. Jupiter I

Contributed Oral Parallel Session, Wednesday, October 14, 1998, 2:00-3:20pm, Madison Ballroom D

30.01 Heavy Noble Gases in the Atmosphere of Jupiter
P. R. Mahaffy, H. B. Niemann (NASA/GSFC), A. Alpert (NASA Academy, GSFC), S. K. Atreya, T. M. Donahue (Dept. Atmos. Oceanic, and Space Sci., U. Michigan), T.C. Owen (IfA, U. Hawaii)
30.02 Fluorescence of Methane in the Atmospheres of Jupiter and Saturn from ISO/SWS observations at 3.3 micron
P. Drossart, Th. Fouchet, J. Crovisier, E. Lellouch, Th. Encrenaz (Paris Obs.), H. Feuchtgruber (Max Planck Inst.), J.-P. Champion (Univ. Bourgogne)
30.03 Ammonia and Eddy Mixing on Jupiter: Results from UV Spectra and Comparison to IR Results
S. G. Edgington, S. K. Atreya (U. Michigan), L. M. Trafton (U. Texas), J.J. Caldwell (York U.), R. F. Beebe, A. A. Simon (NMSU), R. A. West (JPL)
30.04 Atmospheric Structure of Jupiter, from HST UV Center and Limb Observations
Ilana Dashevsky (Space Telescope Science Institute), John Caldwell (York University)
30.05 A 2-D model of C2H6 in the Jovian Stratosphere
Y. T. Lee, M. A. Allen, A. J. Friedson, R. A. West (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
30.06 Is C2H2 Present Deep in the Jovian Atmosphere?
Y. B\'{e}tr\'{e}mieux, R. V. Yelle (Center for Space Physics, Boston University)
30.07 Gravitational Signature of Jupiter's Deep Zonal Flows
W.B. Hubbard (UAz)
30.08 The Interiors of Jupiter and Saturn
T. Guillot (Observatoire de la C\^ote d'Azur)
30.09 A General Formalism For Calculating Radio Opacity Due to Ammonia Vapor In Giant Planet Atmospheres
T. R. Spilker (Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech)

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