36th DPS Meeting, 8-12 November 2004
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Session 5. Uranus and Neptune

Oral, Chairs: M. Hofstadter and H. Hammel, Monday, November 8, 2004, 1:30-3:00pm, Clark

5.01 Oceans in Cold, Water-Rich Planets
S. J. Wiktorowicz, A. P. Ingersoll (Caltech)
5.02 The Abundance of Carbon Monoxide in Neptune's Atmosphere
B.E. Hesman (University of Saskatchewan), G.R. Davis (University of Saskatchewan/Joint Astronomy Centre), H.E. Matthews (DRAO/HIA, NRC Canada)
5.03 Images of Uranus' H3+ Emission
L. M. Trafton (U. Texas), S. Miller (UCL)
5.04 Cloud Structure of Neptune and Uranus
A. S. Wong, S. K. Atreya (Univ. of Michigan)
5.05 Adaptive Optics imaging of small cloud features on Neptune: zonal wind variability and detections of oscillations in longitude
S.C. Martin, I. de Pater (UC Berkeley), S.G. Gibbard (LLNL/IGPP), P. Marcus (UC Berkeley), H.G. Roe (Caltech), B.A. Macintosh (LLNL/IGPP), C.E. Max (LLNL/IGPP, UC Santa Cruz)
5.06 Keck 2 AO Observations of Uranus in 2004.
L. A. Sromovsky, P. M. Fry (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
5.07 New Cloud Activity on Uranus in 2004: First Detection of a Southern Feature at 2.2 microns
H. B. Hammel (SSI), I. de Pater (UCB), S. G. Gibbard (LLNL), G. W. Lockwood (Lowell), K. Rages (SETI)
5.08 Tracking a Long-lived Bright Feature in Uranusí Southern Hemisphere
K. Rages (SETI Inst.), H. B. Hammel (Space Science Inst.), M. Showalter (Stanford U.), I. de Pater (UC-Berkeley), S. G. Gibbard (LLNL), G. W. Lockwood (Lowell Obs.)
5.09 The Discovery of Radio-Bright Northern Latitudes on Uranus: Implications for Weather and Climate
M. D. Hofstadter (JPL), B. J. Butler (NRAO), H. B. Hammel (SSI), M. J. Klein (JPL)

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