36th DPS Meeting, 8-12 November 2004
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Session 16. Jovian System

Poster I, Tuesday, November 9, 2004, 4:00-7:00pm, Exhibition Hall 1A

16.01 Io's Secular Acceleration vs. Observational Accuracy
V. Lainey (Obs. Royal de Belgique), G. Tobie (LPL, University of Arizona)
16.02 The Spatial Distribution of the Io Plasma Torus
F. Herbert (Lunar Lab, U. Arizona), N. M. Schneider (LASP), A. J. Dessler (Lunar Lab, U. Arizona)
16.03 Modeling Variability of the Io Plasma Torus
F. Bagenal, P. Delamere, A. J. Steffl (U of Colorado)
16.04 Azimuthal variability and subcorotation in the Io plasma torus as observed by Cassini UVIS
A.J. Steffl, P.A. Delamere, F. Bagenal (Univ. of Colorado/LASP)
16.05 Post-eclipse Growth of Io's Sodium Emissions
T.H. Morgan (NASA HQ), A.E. Potter (National Solar Observatory), J.B. Corliss (Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison), R.M. Killen (Univ. of Maryland, College Park), F. Scherb, R.C. Woodward (Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison)
16.06 Dependence of Io's SO2 atmospheric column density on surface features
L. M. Feaga (JHU/STScI), M. A. McGrath (STScI), P. D. Feldman, D. F. Strobel (JHU)
16.07 Infrared study of lower sulfur oxides on Io’s surface
D. Baklouti, B. Schmitt, O. Brissaud (LPG, CNRS-UJF)
16.08 Silicon Tetrafluoride on Io
B. Fegley, Jr., L. Schaefer (Planetary Chemistry Laboratory, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Washington University)
16.09 Chemistry of Carbon Gases in Volcanic Gases on Io
L. Schaefer, B. Fegley, Jr. (Planetary Chemistry Laboratory, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Washington University)
16.10 Characteristic Temperatures at Loki
R. R. Howell (U. Wyoming)
16.11 Mountain Strike Orientations on Io: Evidence for a Global Stress Pattern.
M. Kirchoff, W. B. McKinnon (Washington Univ., Saint Louis), P. M. Schenk (LPI, Houston)
16.12 Effects of plasticity on convection in an ice shell: Implications for Europa
L. Han, A.P. Showman (Univ. Arizona)
16.13 Numerical Modeling of Extensional Necking Instabilities: Application to Ganymede's Grooved Terrain
M.T. Bland, A.P. Showman (University of Arizona)
16.14 Tidal Stress Patterns’ Dependence on Crustal Thickness: Application to Europa
T.A. Hurford, R. Greenberg (University of Arizona)
16.15 The Atmosphere of Callisto
Y. Yung, M-C. Liang (Caltech), B. Lane (MIT), R. Pappalardo (University of Colorado), M. Allen (Caltech)
16.16 Mechanisms of O2 Sputtering from Water Ice by 100KeV Ar+
B. D. Teolis, R. Vidal, J. Shi, R. A. Baragiola (University of Virginia), Laboratory for Space Research Team
16.17 A Proposal Addressing Technological Issues Relevant to an Exobiological and Surface-Science Approach to the Exploration of Europa
D. Alvarez, P. Gerakines, T. Wdowiak (UAB Dept. of Physics)

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