DPS 35th Meeting, 1-6 September 2003
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Session 40. Outer Planets/Gas Giants IV

Poster, Highlighted on, Friday, September 5, 2003, 3:30-6:00pm, Sierra Ballroom I-II

40.01 The Diversity of Cloud Structures in Jupiter's Great Red Spot and Environs: Micro- and Macro- Physical Properties and Dynamical Implications as Derived from HST and Galileo/NIMS Center-to-Limb Spectral Maps
K.H. Baines, T.W. Momary, R.W. Carlson, G.S. Orton (Caltech/JPL)
40.02 Latitudinal Variations of Saturn's Near-Infrared Spectrum
N. J. Chanover, T. Temma (New Mexico State Univ.), G. Bjoraker (NASA/GSFC), T. Hewagama (U. Maryland)
40.03 Atmospheric Physics with Occultation Light Curve Spikes
A. Cooray (Caltech), J. E. Elliot (MIT)
40.04 Plasma coupling in the ion kinetic limit: A comparison of Io, Pluto and comet Borrelly
P. A. Delamere, F. Bagenal (U. Colorado)
40.05 Preliminary Results from Recent Simultaneous Chandra/HST Observations of Jupiter Auroral Zones
R. F. Elsner (NASA MSFC), G. R. Gladstone (SwRI), J. H. Waite, N. Lugaz, T. Majeed (U. Mich.), P. Ford (MIT), R. Howell (U. Wyoming), T. Cravens (U. Kansas), D. Grodent (U. Liege), A. Bhardwaj (Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre)
40.06 Hubble Space Telescope Observations in 1997, of a Dark, Oval, Vortex Spot in Jupiter’s Stratosphere
J.W. Frost, F. Nasraddine, J. Rodriquez, J. Ruiz (LaGuardia Community College)
40.07 H- and K-band Spectroscopy of Neptune and Triton in July 1999
P.M. Fry, L.A. Sromovsky (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
40.08 Numerical Simulations of Disturbances in Jupiter's Highest Speed Jet
E. Garcia-Melendo (Esteve Duran Obs. Foundation, Seva, Spain), A. Sánchez-Lavega (U. Pais Vasco, Bilbao, Spain), T. E. Dowling (U. Louisville)
40.09 IRTF Observations of the 14 Nov 1998 Occultation by Saturn
J. Harrington (Cornell), R. G. French ()
40.10 Ortho-Para Conversion in Collisions of H2 with H2
D. L. Huestis (SRI International)
40.11 A model for neutral cloud at Saturn
S. Jurac, J. D. Richardson (MIT)
40.12 Using Radio Occultation Transform Pairs to Represent Atmospheric Structures
K. Kusza, G. L. Tyler (Stanford University)
40.13 Jupiter's closed cyclones and anticyclones vorticity
J. Legarreta, A. Sánchez-Lavega (Universidad País Vasco)
40.14 A Saturn Thermosphere-Ionosphere Model (STIM)
M. Mendillo (Boston University), I. Mueller-Wodarg (Imperial College), L. Moore (Boston University), R. Yelle (University of Arizona), M. Galand (Boston University), J. Forbes (University of Colorado), A. Aylward, G. Millward, S. Miller (University College London)
40.15 Showing Their True Colors: The UV-Near-IR Spectral Properties of Tropospheric Cloud Particles in Jupiter's Great Red Spot and Environs from HST and Galileo/NIMS Center-to-Limb Spectral Maps
T.W. Momary, K.H. Baines, R.W. Carlson, G.S. Orton (Caltech/JPL)
40.16 Cassini CIRS Observations of Ammonia in Jupiter's Upper Troposphere
R. K. Achterberg (SSAI), B. J. Conrath, P. J. Gierasch (Cornell U.), F. M. Flasar (NASA/GSFC)
40.17 Ionospheric Effects at Saturn Caused by Ring-Shadowing of Sunlight
L. Moore, M. Mendillo (Boston University), I. Mueller-Wodarg (Imperial College)
40.18 Cloud Structure in Saturn's Southern Hemisphere from 1996 to 2002
S. Pérez-Hoyos, A. Sánchez-Lavega, J.F. Rojas (Universidad del País Vasco), R.G. French (Wellesley College)
40.19 Cassini UVIS and HST STIS Time-Resolved Jupiter Auroral Data Compared to QP Radio Bursts
W. Pryor (Hampton University), G. Hospodarsky (University of Iowa), I. Stewart (University of Colorado), W. Kurth (University of Iowa), L. Esposito (University of Colorado), J. Clarke (Boston University), D. Grodent (University of Liege), D. Gurnett (University of Iowa)
40.20 High Resolution Imaging Spectroscopy of H2 and H3+ Auroral Emission on Jupiter
E. Raynaud, E. Lellouch (LESIA, Observatoire de Paris), J.-P. Maillard (IAP, Paris), Th. Fouchet, P. Drossart, B. Bézard (LESIA, Observatoire de Paris), H. Waite (SPRLC, Ann Arbor), G. R. Gladstone (SWRI, San Antonio)
40.21 Transient IR Phenomena Observed by Cassini/CIRS in Jupiter's Auroral Regions
P. V. Sada (Universidad de Monterrey), D. E. Jennings, P. N. Romani, G. L. Bjoraker, F. M. Flasar (NASA/GSFC), V. G. Kunde, C. A. Nixon (UMd/GSFC), R. C. Carlson (SSAI/GSFC), G. H. McCabe (CUA/GSFC)
40.22 Jupiter's Atmospheric Temperatures: From Voyager IRIS to Cassini CIRS
A. A. Simon-Miller (NASA GSFC), B. J. Conrath, P. J. Gierasch (Cornell), G. S. Orton (JPL), R. K. Achterberg (SSAI), B. M. Fisher (JPL), F. M. Flasar (NASA GSFC)
40.23 Energetic Nitrogen Ions within the Inner Magnetosphere of Saturn
E. C. Sittler (NASA/GSFC), R. E. Johnson (UVA), J. D. Richardson, S. Jurac (MIT), M. Moore, J. F. Cooper (NASA/GSFC), B. H. Mauk (JHU/APL), H. T. Smith, M. Michael (UVA), C. Paranicus (JHU/APL), T. P. Armstrong (Fundamental Technologies, LLC), B. Tsurutani (NASA/JPL), J. E. P. Connerney (NASA/GSFC)
40.24 Photochemical Model Sensitivity Analysis for Jovian Planets
G. P. Smith, D. L. Huestis, D. Nash (SRI International)
40.25 Loss Process for the C2H5 Radical in the Atmospheres of Jupiter and Saturn: First Direct, Absolute Measurement of the Rate Constant for the Reaction H + C2H5 at Low Pressure and Temperature
L.J. Stief, A.S. Pimentel, W.A. Payne, F.L. Nesbitt, R.J. Cody (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)
40.26 Sinks for CH3 Radicals in Planetary Atmospheres: Stabilization of Chemically Activated C2H6 at 150 K.
D. C. Tardy (Department of Chemistry, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52242)
40.27 Variations of the Methane Absorption Latitudinal Distribution on Jupiter in 1995-2003.
V.G. Tejfel, G.A. Kharitonova (Fessenkov Astrophysical Institute, Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan)
40.28 Observations of Uranus' Pure-Rotational H2 Quadrupole Lines
L. M. Trafton, J. H. Lacy, M. Richter, T. K. Greathouse (U. Texas at Austin)

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