37th DPS Meeting, 4-9 September 2005
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Session 30. Outer Planets

Poster, Tuesday, September 6, 2005, 6:00-7:15pm, Music Lecture Room 5

30.01 Thermal Structure of Saturn's Southern Hemisphere from Cassini CIRS Observations
R. K. Achterberg (SSAI), B. J. Conrath (Cornell U.), F. M. Flasar, A. A. Simon-Miller (NASA/GSFC), CIRS Team
30.02 Constraining the Gravitational Energies of Uranus and Neptune from Interior Models: Implications for Formation
A. M. Cody, D. J. Stevenson (Caltech)
30.03 Cassini Observations Suggesting Lightning on Saturn
U. Dyudina, A. P. Ingersoll (Caltech), C. C. Porco (Space Science Inst.), N. Desch (NASA/GSFC), G. Fisher (Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria)
30.04 Photochemical Modeling of the Distribution of C3H8 in the Atmosphere of Saturn
S. G. Edgington (JPL/CalTech), A. Simon-Miller, D. Jennings, G. Bjoraker, P. Romani, R. Achterberg (NASA/GSFC), G. Orton (JPL/CalTech), M. Flasar (NASA/GSFC), Cassini CIRS Team
30.05 Fluid Flow in the Interior of Rapidly Rotating Giant Planets with and without Solid Cores
M. Evonuk, G. A. Glatzmaier (UCSC)
30.06 Latitudinal Variation in Temperature and Composition of Saturn's Upper Troposphere from Cassini/CIRS as a Tracer For Atmospheric Dynamics
L.N. Fletcher, P.G.J. Irwin, N. Teanby (Oxford), G. Orton, P. Parrish (JPL/CalTech), R. de Kok, S. Calcutt, C. Howett, P.L. Read, F.W. Taylor (Oxford), Cassini CIRS Team
30.07 Acetylene and Ethane Vertical Distribution on Saturn from Cassini/CIRS Observations
T. Fouchet, E. Lellouch, B. Bézard (LESIA/Obs. Paris), C. Howett, P.G.J. Irwin (AOPP/Univ. Oxford), C.A. Nixon, A.A Simon-Miller, F.M. Flasar (GSFC/NASA), CIRS Team
30.08 NIRC2 Photometry of Uranus, Uranian Satellites, and Triton in August 2004
P. M. Fry, L. A. Sromovsky (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
30.09 3 Micron High-resolution Spectroscopy of Saturn
J. H. Kim, S. J. Kim (Department of Astronomy and Space Science, Kyung Hee University, Korea), T. R. Geballe (Gemini Observatory), S. S. Kim (Department of Astronomy and Space Science, Kyung Hee University, Korea)
30.10 Meridional Transport in the Stratosphere of Jupiter
M. C. Liang, R. L. Shia, A. Y.-T. Last name, M. Allen (Caltech), A. J. Friedson (JPL), Y. L. Yung (Caltech)
30.11 Jupiter's ionosphere with improved sources of H2(v) molecules
T. Majeed (American University of Sharjah, UAE/University of Michigan, USA), R. V. Yelle (U. Arizona), J. H. Waite (U. Michigan)
30.12 The Atmosphere of Jupiter from Voyager's and Cassini's Infrared Observations
K. I. Matcheva (University of Florida), P. J. Gierasch, B. J. Conrath (Cornell University)
30.13 Dynamical Instability and Accretion in the Closely-Spaced Inner Uranian Moon System
J. A. Meyer (Stanford University), J. J. Lissauer (NASA Ames Research Center)
30.14 Modeling Saturn's Ionosphere: Comparisons with Cassini
L. Moore, M. Mendillo (Boston University), I. Mueller-Wodarg (Boston University and Imperial College)
30.15 Simulations and Comparative Analysis of High-Latitude Jovian Vortices
R. Morales-Juberias, T.E. Dowling (CPL - Univ. of Louisville)
30.16 Time Variation of Hydrocarbon Abundances on Uranus and Neptune: Predictions From a 1-D Model
J. I. Moses (LPI), R. D. Naphas (Embry-Riddle), T. K. Greathouse (LPI)
30.17 Saturn's Internal Structure and Carbon Enrichment
O. Mousis (Os. Besancon, France), Y. Alibert (U. Bern, Switerland)
30.18 Enhanced Transport in the Polar Mesosphere of Jupiter: Evidence from Cassini UVIS Helium 584 Å~ Airglow
C.D. Parkinson (Caltech), A.I.F. Stewart (LASP), A.-S. Wong (University Michigan), J.M. Ajello (JPL), Y.L. Yung (Caltech)
30.19 Saturn's atmospheric structure: the intercomparison of Cassini/CIRS-derived temperatures with ground-based determinations
P.D. Parrish, G.S. Orton, P.A. Yanamandra-Fisher (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), L. Fletcher, P.G.J. Irwin, N. Teanby (Oxford University), F.M. Flasar, C.A. Nixon, A.A. Simon-Miller (Goddard Space Flight Center), Cassini CIRS Team
30.20 Searching for Temporal Variations in Jupiter's Equatorial Zonal Winds
B. W. Poston (UMD), A. A. Simon-Miller (NASA GSFC), G. S. Orton (JPL), N. Stone (Cornell)
30.21 Merging circulations on Jupiter: observed differences between cyclonic and anticyclonic mergers
J.H. Rogers, H-J. Mettig, A. Cidadao, D. Peach (British Astronomical Association)
30.22 The two upper cloud layers in the jovian atmosphere finally seen together.
M. Roos-Serote, J. Pimentao (OAL), S. Vicente (Univ. of Lisbon)
30.23 On the vertical wind shear of Saturn’s Equatorial Jet at cloud level
A. Sánchez-Lavega, S. Pérez-Hoyos (Universidad Pais Vasco)
30.24 Structure of the Atmosphere of Saturn at Low Latitudes: Results from the First Six Cassini Radio Occultation Experiments
P.J. Schinder (Cornell Univ. & NASA GSFC), F.M. Flasar (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), A.J. Kliore, N.J. Rappaport, S. Asmar, A. Anabtawi, E. Barbinis, D.U. Fleischman, G.L. Goltz, D.V. Johnston, D. Rochblatt (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), R.G. French, C.A. McGhee (Wellesley College), E.A. Marouf (San Jose State Univ.)
30.25 Interaction of Jupiter's South Temperate Belt Ovals during the 1990s
R. W. Schmude, Jr. (Gordon College)
30.26 Cassini CIRS Measurements of Benzene, Propane and Carbon Dioxide on Saturn
A. A. Simon-Miller, G. L. Bjoraker, D. E. Jennings (NASA GSFC), R. K. Achterberg (NASA/SSAI), B. J. Conrath (Cornell), C. A. Nixon (UMD), Cassini CIRS Team
30.27 Lightning on the Jovian Dayside
W.B. Sparks (STScI), W. Borucki (NASA Ames), U. Dyudina (Caltech), M. McGrath (NASA Marshall Space Flight Center), J. Caldwell (York University), K. Noll (STScI), H. Ford (Johns Hopkins University), E. Bergeron (STScI), K. Rages (NASA Ames)
30.28 Static stability of the cloud layers of the Jovian atmospheres estimated from moist adiabatic lapse rate
K. Sugiyama, M. Odaka, K. Kuramoto, Y.-Y. Hayashi (Division of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Hokkaido Univ.)
30.29 Strange Latitudinal Variations of the Ammonia Absorption on Jupiter
V.G. Tejfel, A.M. Karimov, V.D. Vdovichenko (Fessenkov Astrophysical Institute, Alma-Ata,Kazakhstan)
30.30 Analysis of Latitudinal PH3 Abundance Variation on Saturn
T. Temma, K.H. Baines, L. Brown, R. Butler (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

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