36th DPS Meeting, 8-12 November 2004
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Session 20. Titan

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

20.01 Methane abundance on Titan, obtained from the monodeuterated methane abundance
P. F. Penteado, C. A. Griffith (Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, Department of Planetary Sciences - University of Arizona), T. K. Greathouse (Lunar and Planetary Institute), M. J. Richter (University of Texas at Austin), J. H. Lacy (University of California at Davis), J. T. Rayner (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii)
20.02 Maintenance of Equatorial Superrotation of a Planetary Atmosphere: Analytic Evaluations of the Zonal Momentum Budget for the Stratospheres of Venus, Titan and Earth
20.03 Altitude dependent Titanfs atmospheric chemistry: UV irradiation experiments at low temperature combined with cold plasma irradiation
H. Imanaka, B.N. Khare, E.L.O. Bakes (SETI Inst./NASA ARC), Y. Sekine, C.P. McKay, D.P. Cruikshank (NASA ARC), M. McGuigan, J.H. Waite, R. Sacks (Univ. Michigan)
20.04 IR and UV Spectroscopic Studies of C2N2, HC3N, DC3N and HC315N : Implication for Photochemical Models and Observations of Titan's Atmosphere
Y. Benilan, N. Fray, A. Jolly, F. Raulin (LISA), C. Crepin (LPPM), R. Kolos (IPC), J.-C. Guillemin (ENCR)
20.05 Chemical Growth Processes in Titan's Atmosphere: Theoretical Rates and Product Distributions for Reactions between C2H and R1R2C=CR3R4 Species
D. E. Woon, J.-Y. Park (Molecular Research Institute)
20.06 Examination of the Sources, Characteristics, and Effects of Titan Haze
E.H. Wilson, R.A. West (Caltech/Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
20.07 Microphysical Modeling of Clouds in Titan's Atmosphere
E. L. Barth (Southwest Research Institute), O. B. Toon (LASP/University of Colorado)
20.08 Atmospheric Chemistry of Titan: Total Rate Constant for the Reaction of CH3 + C2H5 + M arrow C3H8 + M at Low Temperatures and Pressures
R. J. Cody, A. S. Pimentel, W. A. Payne (NASA / GSFC), F. L. Nesbitt (Catholic University of America)
20.09 Thermal Structure of Titan's Southern Stratosphere from Cassini CIRS Observations
R. K. Achterberg (SSAI), B. J. Conrath (Cornell U.), F. M. Flasar (NASA/GSFC), C. A. Nixon (Univ. of Maryland), CIRS Team
20.10 Stratospheric Abundances Of C2H2 and C2H6 In Titan's Southern Hemisphere From Cassini CIRS Spectra
C.A. Nixon (University of Maryland), P.N. Romani, G.L. Bjoraker (NASA GSFC), P.G.J. Irwin, N. A. Teanby (University of Oxford), F.M. Flasar (NASA GSFC), Cassini CIRS Team
20.11 Titan's haze structure in 1999 and 2004 from spatially-resolved narrowband imaging between 700 and 1000 nm.
C.M. Anderson, N.J. Chanover, D.G. Voelz, M.E. Deramo (New Mexico State University), C.P. McKay (NASA Ames Research Center), D.M. Kuehn (Pittsburg State University)
20.12 On Titan's Primordial Atmospheric Evolution
E.Y. Adams, S.K. Atreya, W.R. Kuhn (U. Michigan, USA)
20.13 Molecular nitrogen photoabsorption cross sections and line widths in the vacuum ultraviolet: applications to planetary atmospheric transmission models
G. Stark (Wellesley College), P.L. Smith, K. Yoshino (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
20.14 Titan and Phoebe: Predicted Bulk Chemical Composition and Structure for a Capture Origin
A. J. R. Prentice (Monash University, Victoria 3800, Australia)
20.15 Cassini RADAR : Observation Plans
R. D. Lorenz (LPL, University of Arizona), R. M. Lopes (JPL), Cassini RADAR Team
20.16 Spatially Resolved Millimeter and Submillimeter Observations of Molecules in Titan's Atmosphere
M.A. Gurwell (CfA), B.J. Butler (NRAO), D.O. Muhleman (Caltech)

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