36th DPS Meeting, 8-12 November 2004
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Session 37. Mars Atmosphere

Poster II, Thursday, November 11, 2004, 4:15-7:00pm, Exhibition Hall 1A

37.01 Water-ice clouds in the Martian North Polar Region
L. K. Tamppari, Z. Qu (JPL), M. D. Smith (GSFC), D. S. Bass, A. S. Hale (JPL)
37.02 Modeling water ice clouds on Mars at the proposed Phoenix Lander site using a one-dimensional aerosol model.
J. Pathak, D. V. Michelangeli (York University, Canada), L. K Tamppari (JPL, Pasadena, CA)
37.03 A new model of the solar wind interaction with Mars
J. Schoendorf (ATK Mission Research), M. Mendillo, P. Withers, J. Wilson (Boston University)
37.04 Distribution of Argon in Mars' Atmosphere As Measured by the GRS on Mars Odyssey: Aid to Understanding Martian Meteorology
A. L. Sprague, W.V. Boynton, K.E. Kerry, D.M. Janes (LPL, U of AZ), R.C. Reedy (U of NM), A.E. Metzger (JPL)
37.05 Evidence against recent high pressures on Mars, and against an early warm wet Mars
O.B. Toon (University of Colorado)
37.06 Data Assimilation For Mars Global Surveyor: Validation and Dynamics of Dust Storms and Tides
P. L. Read, L. Montabone, S. R. Lewis, P. R. Barker (University of Oxford), MGS TES Team
37.07 The Assimilation of Ground- and Space-based Observations of the Martian Water Cycle
H. Houben (Bay Area Environmental Res. Inst.), A. L. Sprague (LPL, University of Arizona), M. D. Smith, J. C. Pearl (NASA-GSFC)
37.08 Atmospheric optical depths from HRSC stereo images of Gusev crater and elsewhere on Mars
N. M. Hoekzema, W. J. Markiewicz, A. Inada, S. H. Hviid, H. U. Keller (MPS, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany), K. Gwinner, H. Hoffmann (DLR, Berlin, Germany), J. A. Meima (BGR, Hanover, Germany), G. Neukum (FU Berlin, Germany), HRSC Team, MER Science Team
37.09 The Influence of Non-LTE Effects in the Martian Atmosphere on 15\mum CO2 Limb Temperature Retrievals
W.C. Maguire, J.C. Pearl, M.D. Smith (NASA/GSFC), B.J. Conrath (Cornell), A.A. Kutepov (NAS/NRC at GSFC and Max Planck), A.G. Feofilov (Munich), P.R. Christensen (Arizona State)
37.10 Martian Dust and the Interannual Variations of the Thermosphere as Simulated with the Coupled MGCM-MTGCM
J. M. Bell, S. W. Bougher (University of Michigan), J. R. Murphy (New Mexico State University)
37.11 Martian Atmospheric General Circulation Simulated by GCM: A Comparison with the Observational Data
Y. O. Takahashi, M. Odaka, Y.-Y. Hayashi (Hokkaido University, Japan)
37.12 Latitudinal Distribution and Seasonal Behavior of Mars Ozone from Infrared Heterodyne Spectroscopy
K. E. Fast, T. Kostiuk, J. Annen, F. Espenak (NASA/GSFC), G. Sonnabend (NAS/NRC/GSFC), T. A. Livengood (Challenger Ctr.), M. F. A'Hearn, T. Hewagama (UMD)
37.13 Comparative Band-Ratio Maps of Mars from the 2003 Opposition
T. J. Wark, D. R. Klassen (Rowan University)
37.14 Mars Tropospheric Temperatures from Near Infrared, Ground Based Spectral Imaging
D. A. Glenar, W. C. Maguire, M. D. Smith, G. L. Bjoraker, J. C. Pearl (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), D. L. Blaney (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
37.15 Seasonal Mapping of Ozone in the Middle Atmosphere of Mars
A. Farrell, T. Dunne, R. Novak, Y. Cabral (Iona College), M.J. Mumma (NASA's GSFC), B. Bonev (University of Toledo - NASA's GSFC)
37.16 Mesoscale Microphysical Modeling of Near-Equatorial Water Ice Clouds on Mars
T. I. Michaels (Southwest Research Institute), A. Colaprete (NASA Ames Research Center), S. C. R. Rafkin (Southwest Research Institute)
37.17 Mars Water Ice Clouds: Small Scale Properties and Diurnal Change from Combined MOC, TES and THEMIS Measurements
J. L. Benson (University of Toledo), D. A. Glenar (NASA GSFC), P. B. James (University of Toledo), M. D. Smith, J. C. Pearl (NASA GSFC), M. J. Wolff (Space Science Institute), S. C. R. Rafkin (Southwest Research Institute)
37.18 2-Dimensional HDO Maps of the Martian Atmosphere
Y.M. Cabral, R.E. Novak, T. Dunne, A. Farrell (Iona College), M. J. Mumma (NASA's GSFC), B. Bonev (University of Toledo - NASA's GSFC)
37.19 Observations of Open and Closed Magnetic Field Lines at Mars: Implications for the Upper Atmosphere
D.A. Brain, D.L. Mitchell, R. Lillis, R.P. Lin (UC Berkeley Space Sciences Lab)
37.20 Observation of CO2 fluorescent emission at the limb of Mars by OMEGA/Mars Express
P. Drossart, M. Combes, T. Encrenaz, R. Melchiorri, T. Fouchet (Paris Obs.), F. Forget (LMD, Paris), N. Ignatiev (IKI, Moscow), J.P. Bibring, Y. Langevin (IAS, Orsay), OMEGA Team
37.21 Lower and Upper Martian Atmosphere Coupling: Observed (TMHSA) and Numerically Modeled Thermal Tidal Response During the Mars Odyssey Mission Aerobraking Phase
J.R. Murphy (New Mexico State University), T.Z. Martin (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

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