36th DPS Meeting, 8-12 November 2004
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Session 30. Jupiter and Saturn: Composition, Structure, Dynamics

Oral, Chairs: K. Matcheva and T. Livengood, Thursday, November 11, 2004, 1:45-4:15pm, Clark

30.01 The HCN and CO2 distribution on Jupiter
E. Lellouch, D.F Strobel, B. Bézard (Obs. Paris), G.L. Bjoraker, F.M. Flasar, P.N. Romani (NASA/GSFC)
30.02 The Clouds on Jupiter - the Cassini/CIRS Perspective
K. I. Matcheva, B. J. Conrath, P. J. Gierasch (Cornell University), F. M. Flasar (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)
30.03 Seeing Red: Chromophores, Clouds, and Chemistry in Jupiter's Great Red Spot
K. H. Baines, M. L. Delitsky, T. W. Momary, R. W. Carlson, G. S. Orton (Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech)
30.04 Simulations of Clouds on Jupiter with the Hybrid Coordinate EPIC Model
Cs. Palotai, T. Dowling (CPL/U. Louisville)
30.05 The 14 Nov 1998 Occultation of GSC 0622-00345 by Saturn
J. Harrington (Cornell), R. G. French (Wellesley)
30.06 Vertical profiles of ammonia and phosphine on Saturn derived from Cassini/CIRS far-infrared observations.
P. G. J. Irwin, N. A. Teanby, S. B. Calcutt, F. W. Taylor, P. L. R. Read (AOPP, Oxford University), CIRS Investigation Team
30.07 Saturn's Atmosphere: An Infrared Assessment Using Cassini CIRS and Earth-Based Observations
G. Orton, B. Fisher, P. Yanamandra-Fisher, M. Ressler (Jet Propulsion Laboratory / Caltech), R. Campbell, M. Kassis (W. M. Keck Observatory), J. Hora, L. Deutsch (Harvard / Ctr. for Astrophys.), R. Achterberg (Science Systems and Applications, Inc.), B. Conrath (Cornell Univ.), A. Swenson (Caltech), J. Katz, A. Winfield (Columbia Univ.)
30.08 Meridional Mapping of Ethane (C2H6) Infrared Emission from Saturn's Southern (Summer) Stratosphere
T. A. Livengood (Challenger Center), T. Kostiuk (NASA GSFC), G. Sonnabend (NAS NRC/GSFC), P. N. Romani, K. E. Fast (NASA GSFC), T. Hewagama (U of MD), J. N. Annen, D. Buhl (NASA GSFC)
30.09 Seasonal Variations in Saturn's Vertical Cloud Structure
E. Karkoschka, M. G. Tomasko (Univ. of Arizona)
30.10 Latitudinal Variations of Saturn's Near-Infrared Spectrum
N. J. Chanover (New Mexico State Univ.), G. Bjoraker (NASA/GSFC), T. Hewagama (U. Maryland)
30.11 Long and short-term reflectivity changes in Saturn: implications for the vertical structure of upper clouds and hazes.
S. Pérez-Hoyos, A. Sánchez-Lavega (Universidad del País Vasco), R.G. French (Wellesley College)
30.12 Effects of moist convection on the large-scale circulation of Jupiter and Saturn
A.P. Showman (Univ. Arizona)
30.13 Effects of a Large Convective Storm on the Atmospheric Dynamics of a Jovian Planet
K.M. Sayanagi (Univ. Arizona, Department of Physics), A.P. Showman (Univ. Arizona, Lunar and Planetary Lab), E.R. Kursinski (Univ. Arizona, Inst. Atmospheric Physics)
30.14 A 3D Convective Model for the Jovian Wind Bands
H.G. Mayr (GSFC/NASA), K.L. Chan (HKUST, Hong Kong)
30.15 Coupling of pressure waves to clouds in the Jovian troposphere
P. Gaulme, B. Mosser (Observatoire de Paris)

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