DPS 34th Meeting, October 2002
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Session 15. Mars

Poster, Chair(s): , Tuesday, October 8, 2002, 3:30-6:00pm, Exhibit Hall

15.01 Mars Atmospheric Chemistry and Astrobiology Workshop Summary
M. Allen (JPL/Caltech), P. Wennberg (Caltech)
15.02 A Stringent Upper Limit of H2O2 in the Martian Atmosphere
Th. Encrenaz (Obs. Paris), T. Greathouse (U. Texas), B. Bezard (Obs. Paris), S.K. Atreya, A.S. Wong (U. Michigan), M. Richter, J. Lacy (U. Texas)
15.03 The Influence of Martian Global Dust Storm 2001A on CO2 Hot Band Emission As Observed by the Thermal Emission Spectrometer
W.C. Maguire, J.C. Pearl, M.D. Smith (NASA/GSFC), B.J. Conrath (CRSR Cornell U.), A.A. Kutepov (Max Planck Institute), P.R. Christensen (Arizona State U.)
15.04 The Mars Polar Vortex as seen by MGS-TES: maps and animations
T. H. McConnochie, B. J. Conrath, D. Banfield, P. J. Gierasch (Cornell U.), M. D. Smith (NASA/GSFC)
15.05 Structure and seasonal variations of martian bore wave systems
M.R.V. Sta. Maria, S.C.R. Rafkin (San Jose State University)
15.06 Derivation and Analyses of Martian Surface Winds from Mars Pathfinder
J.R. Murphy (New Mexico State University), S. Larsen, H. Joergensen (Risoe National Lab, Denmark), J.T. Schofield (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
15.07 A Study of Seasonal & Short Period Variation of Water Ice Clouds in the Tharsis and Valles Marineris Regions of Mars with Mars Global Surveyor
J. L. Benson, B. P. Bonev, P. B. James, K. J. Shan (Ritter Astrophys. Res. Center, Dept. of Phys. & Astr., Univ. of Toledo), B. A. Cantor, M. A. Caplinger (Malin Space Science Systems)
15.08 Seasonal and Diurnal Variations of Ozone and Water in the Atmosphere of Mars
R.E. Novak (Iona College), M.J. Mumma (Goddard Space Flight Center), M.A. DiSanti, N. Dello Russo (Catholic University of America, GSFC), K. Magee-Sauer (Rowan University), J. Levkov (Iona College)
15.09 Mars Global Surveyor Radio Science Electron Density Profiles: Behavior above 130 km and Implications for the Neutral Atmosphere
S. W. Bougher (SPRL/U. of Michigan), S. Engel (LPL/U. of Arizona), D. P. HInson (Stanford University), J. R. Murphy (NMSU)
15.10 Intercalibration of Mars Global Surveyor Meteorological Datasets
H. Houben, R. W. Bergstrom (Bay Area Environmental Research Institute), J. Hollingsworth (San Jose State University Foundation)
15.11 Water Ice Clouds: Comparing the MGS and Viking Eras
A.S. Hale, L.K. Tamppari (JPL), P. Christensen, J. Pearl (arizona state university), D. Bass (JPL)
15.12 MLAM, first results. (Mars high resolution Limited Area Model)
J. Kauhanen, H. Savijarvi (Univ. of Helsinki), T. Siili, S. Jarvenoja (Finnish Meteorol. Inst.)
15.13 PBL simulations on Mars
A. Maattanen, H. Savijarvi (Div.Atm.Sci., U. of Helsinki)
15.14 Three-dimensional Mesoscale Simulations of Clouds on Mars
T. I. Michaels, S. C. R. Rafkin (San Jose State University)
15.15 Modeling Martian Ice Clouds in the Near-Infrared
D. R. Klassen (Rowan University), J. F. Bell, III (Cornell University)
15.16 Intercomparison of radiation codes for Mars Models: SW and LW
H.I. Savijarvi (Univ. of Helsinki), D. Crisp (JPL), A.-M. Harri (Finnish Meteor. Institute)
15.17 Electrical 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)
15.18 Development of a New Mars Atmosphere Model
G. Crowley, M.A. Bullock, C.J. Freitas, D.C. Boice, L.A. Young, D.H. Grinspoon, R. Gladstone, R. Link, W.F. Huebner (SwRI)
15.19 Resolving Diffractive Structures in the Martian Atmosphere
C. S. Han, G. L. Tyler (Stanford University)
15.20 Effects of surface dust on the sublimation of CO2 on Mars. Radiative equilibrium atmospheric modeling.
B. P. Bonev, J. E. Bjorkman (University of Toledo), G. B. Hansen (Planetary Science Instutute), P. B. James (University of Toledo), M. J. Wolff (Space Science Institute)
15.21 Distribution, Morphology, and Origin of Layered Deposits within Schiaparelli Basin, Mars
A. N. Crane (Agnes Scott College), E. F. Albin (Fernbank Science Center)
15.22 Application of a Sintering Model to the Analysis of TES Spectra of the Seasonal Caps
J. Eluszkiewicz (AER, Inc.), T. N. Titus (USGS)
15.23 Mars Polar Volatiles: IR Spectral Mapping Results from the Oppositions of 1999 (Ls=130) and 2001 (Ls=182,195)
D. A. Glenar (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), R. E. Samuelson (University of Maryland), J. C. Pearl, G. L. Bjoraker (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), D. L. Blaney (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
15.24 Geologic Evolution of the Schiaparelli Impact Basin, Mars
S. J. Jaret, E. F. Albin (Fernbank Science Center)
15.25 Synergistic AEOS and MGS Observations of Mars
M. Kahre, M. Blackmon, J. Murphy, N. Chanover, R. Beebe (New Mexico State University), J. Africano, L. Roberts (The Boeing Company), P. Kervin (Detachment 15, Air Force Research Laboratory)
15.26 Using Directional Emissivity as a Probe of Particle Microphysical Properties
K. M. Pitman (Louisiana State University), M. J. Wolff (Space Science Institute), J. L. Bandfield (NASA/GSFC), G. C. Clayton (LSU)
15.27 Computational Tools for Simulating Thermal-hydrological-chemical Conditions in the Martian Subsurface
S. Painter, D. Boice, L. Browning, C. Dinwiddie, D. Pickett (Southwest Research Institute)

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