DPS 34th Meeting, October 2002
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Session 5. Mars Atmosphere I

Oral, Chair: D.L. Huestis, Monday, October 7, 2002, 11:30am-1:00pm, Room M

5.01 Recent Atmospheric Observations of Mars by THEMIS and TES
M.D. Smith (NASA/GSFC), J.L. Bandfield (Ariz. St.), M.I. Richardson (Caltech), P.R. Christensen (Ariz. St.)
5.02 An assessment of the global, seasonal, and interannual spacecraft record of martian climate in the thermal infrared
J. Liu, M.I. Richardson (California Institute of Technology), R.J. Wilson (Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab., NOAA)
5.03 Analyzing TES Data Using the Tri-spectral and Spectral EOF Techniques
Y.L. Yung, X. Huang, J Liu (Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences, Caltech)
5.04 Visible to Near-IR (255 to 1042 nm) Spectra of Airborne Martian Dust from 1999 and 2001 HST/WFPC2 Observations
J.F. Bell III, M.Y.H. Hubbard (Cornell), M.J. Wolff (SSI)
5.05 Measurements of Winds in the Martian Upper Atmosphere from the MGS Accelerometer
P. Withers (University of Arizona), S.W. Bougher (University of Michigan), G.M. Keating (George Washington University at NASA Langley)
5.06 The Mars Nightglow: Inferences from Minor Species Emissions
D. L. Huestis, T. G. Slanger (SRI)
5.07 Spectroscopic Mapping of Mars CO Mixing Ratio: Detection of Seasonal Asymmetry
V. A. Krasnopolsky (Catholic University of America)
5.08 Chemical markers of possible hotspots on Mars
A.-S. Wong, S. K. Atreya (U. of Michigan), Th. Encrenaz (Obs. Paris-Meudon), V. Formisano (IFSI, CNR), N. Ignatiev (IKI)
5.09 Numerical Simulations of Martian Fog Formation in the Low Latitudes
A. Inada (Max Planck Institut fuer Aeronomie)

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