DPS 2001 meeting, November 2001
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Session 19. Mars Atmosphere Posters

Displayed, 9:00am Tuesday - 3:00pm Saturday, Highlighted, Wednesday,
November 28, 2001, 10:30am-12:30pm, French Market Exhibit Hall

19.01 Mars Transient and Forced Atmospheric Waves From MGS TES: Climatology and Interannual Variability.
D. Banfield, B.J. Conrath (Cornell), M.D. Smith (GSFC), R.J. Wilson (GFDL)
19.02 Modelling water transport in the Martian atmosphere using the European Mars GCM
H.M. Böttger, S.R. Lewis, P.L. Read (AOPP), F. Forget (LMD)
19.03 Recent Results from a Mars General Circulation Model and Comparisons with Mars Global Surveyor Data
C.E. Newman, S.R. Lewis, P.L. Read (AOPP, Oxford)
19.04 Simulations of Thermal Circulations Over the Slopes of Tharsis
M.R.V. Sta. Maria, S.C.R. Rafkin (San Jose State University)
19.05 Characterization of Sand Dunes in Proctor Crater on Mars by Application of a Mesoscale Model (the Mars MM5) and by Development of a Graphical Information System (GIS)
L. K. Fenton, M. I. Richardson (Caltech), J. L. Bandfield (Goddard Space Flight Center), A. W. Ward (USGS), A. L. Albee (Caltech), A. D. Toigo (Cornell U.)
19.06 Winds in a Martian northern polar valley geometry
T. Siili (FMI/GEO), H. Savijarvi, A. Maattanen (UH/PHYS/ATM)
19.07 A numerical simulation of thermal convection in the Martian lower atmosphere with a two-dimensional anelastic model
M. Odaka (Graduate School of Mathmatical Sciences, University of Tokyo), K. Nakajima (Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Graduate School of Sciences, Kyushu University ), M. Ishiwatari (Graduate School of Environmental Earth Science, Hokkaido University), Y.-Y. Hayashi (Division of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Graduate School of Science, Hokkaido University )
19.08 Effects of Large Impacts on Mars: Implication for River Formation
T.L. Segura, O.B. Toon (University of Colorado at Boulder), A. Colaprete, K. Zahnle (NASA-Ames Research Center)
19.09 Zonal mean circulation driven by thermal tides in the Martian atmosphere
Y. O. Takahashi, H. Fujiwara, H. Fukunishi (Department of Geophysics, Tohoku University, Japan)
19.10 Principal Components Analysis Studies of Martian Clouds
D. R. Klassen (Rowan University), J. F. Bell, III (Cornell University)
19.11 Numerical Simulations of Diurnal Variation in Martian Surface Fogs
A. Inada (Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kobe University / Max Planck Institut fuer Aeronomie), W. J. Markiewicz (Max Planck Institut fuer Aeronomie)
19.12 Interannual Comparison of Martian Water-Ice Clouds
L. K. Tamppari (JPL/Caltech), P.R. Christensen (Arizona State University), J.C. Pearl (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
19.13 Mars Aphelion Clouds During the 1999 Opposition - IR Spectral Mapping Results
D. A. Glenar, G. Bjoraker, J. C. Pearl (NASA/GSFC), D. L. Blaney (JPL)
19.14 Theoretical Predictions of Ice Crystal Shape in CO2 Clouds on Mars
S. E. Wood (University of Washington)
19.15 IR spectral properties of dust and ice at the Mars south polar cap
T. N. Titus, H. H. Kieffer (USGS)
19.16 Mars Residual North Polar Cap: Comparison of 1999 and 2001 MOC Observations
P.B. James (Univ. Toledo), B.A. Cantor (MSSS)
19.17 Ozone in the Middle Atmosphere of Mars; Post-Aphelion Maps during the 2001 Apparition
R.E. Novak (Iona College), M.J. Mumma (NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center), M.A. DiSanti, N Dello Russo (GSFC, Catholic University of America), K. Magee-Sauer (Rowan University)
19.18 Optical Depth of the Martian Atmosphere from Orbiter Stereo Images
H.U. Keller, N.M. Hoekzema, W.J. Markiewicz (Max-Planck-Institute for Aeronomy)
19.19 Deriving infrared optical constants of Martian dust from a comparison of Mariner 9, MGS/TES data and an advanced radiative transfer code.
E. C. Newman, O. B. Toon (University of Colorado at Boulder)
19.20 Electrostatic Discharging of Dust near the Surface of Mars
C.E. Krauss, M. Horanyi (LASP, Univ. of Colorado), S. Robertson (Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Colorado)
19.21 Mars' wind measurements at Equinox : IRAM PdB Interferometric CO observations
R. Moreno, S. Guilloteau (IRAM), E. Lellouch, T. Encrenaz (DESPA), F. Forget, E. Chassefiere, F. Jegou, F. Hourdin (LMD)
19.22 A new Wind Sensor for the Beagle 2 Mars Lander
C.F. Wilson, S.B. Calcutt, T.V. Jones (Oxford University, UK)
19.23 Quantfication of high frequency thermal waves in the martian atmosphere: Analysis of MGS Horizon Sensor atmospheric temperatures
J.R. Murphy (New Mexico State University), T.Z. Martin (Jet Propuslion Laboratory), M. Blackmon, S. Nelli (New Mexico State University)
19.24 A Martian Year of Mapping by the MGS Horizon Science Experiment
T.Z. Martin (JPL), J.R. Murphy (NMSU)
19.25 An improved climate database for the Martian atmosphere.
Y. Wanherdrick, F. Forget, F. Hourdin, O. Talagrand, M. Angelats I Coll (LMD), S. Lewis, P. Read, F. Taylor (AOPP), M. Lopez Valverde, M. Lopez-Puertas (IAA), J.P. Huot (ESTEC)
19.26 Six Seasons of Martian Atmospheric Observations from MGS TES
J.C. Pearl, M.D. Smith (NASA/GSFC), B.J. Conrath (Cornell U.), P.R. Christensen (ASU)
19.27 Martian Meteorology from 4-D Variational Assimilation of TES Radiances
H. Houben (Space Physics Research Institute), R. W. Bergstrom (Bay Area Environmental Research Institute), J. Hollingsworth (San Jose State University Foundation)
19.28 Encounter of a Solar Energetic Particle Event and Mars
F. Leblanc (Service d'Aeronomie du CNRS, FRANCE), J.G. Luhmann (Space Science Laboratory, Berkeley, USA), R.E. Johnson (University of Virginia, USA), E. Chassefiere (Service d'Aeronomie du CNRS, FRANCE)
19.29 Unpredictable day-to-day variability in the martian upper atmosphere
P. Withers, S. W. Bougher (University of Arizona), G. M. Keating (George Washington University/NASA Langley)

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