DPS Pasadena Meeting 2000, 23-27 October 2000
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Session 4. Outer Planets I - Atmospheric Dynamics, Clouds, and Magnetospheres

Oral, Chairs: T. Dowling, H. Hammel, Monday,
2000/10/23, 10:45am-12:15pm, Little Theater (C107)

4.01 The merger of two giant anticyclones in the atmosphere of Jupiter
A. Sanchez-Lavega (UPV), G. S. Orton (JPL), R. Morales (UPV), J. Lecacheux (Obs. Meudon), F. Colas (I. Mecanique), B. Fisher (JPL), P. Fukumura-Sawada, W. Golisch, D. Griep, C. Kaminski (I. A. Hawaii), K. Baines (JPL), K. Rages (SPRI), R. West (JPL)
4.02 Powerful Jovian Moist Convection in Unexpected Places
A.R. Vasavada, A.P. Ingersoll (Caltech), P.J. Gierasch, D. Banfield, A. Simon-Miller (Cornell), Galileo SSI Team
4.03 Spectral Detection of Ammonia Ice in the Turbulent Clouds of Jupiter by Galileo/NIMS
K. H. Baines, R. W. Carlson, L. W. Kamp (JPL/CalTech)
4.04 Modeling of Jovian Lightning Imaged by Galileo SSI Camera
U.A. Dyudina, A.P. Ingersoll (Caltech), Galileo SSI Team
4.05 Adsorption of Ammonia onto Ammonium Hydrosulfide Cloud Particles in Jupiter's Atmosphere
P. N. Romani (NASA - Goddard Space Flight Center), I. de Pater, D. Dunn (Astronomy Dept., Univ. of Calif. Berkeley), K. Zahnle (NASA - Ames Research Center), B. Washington (Morehouse College / Georgia Tech.)
4.06 Galileo Analysis of Jupiter's Belt/Zone Color and Vertical Structure
A. A. Simon-Miller, D. Banfield, P. J. Gierasch (Cornell University)
4.07 The stratification of Jupiter's troposphere at the Galileo Probe entry site
J.A. Magalhaes, A. Seiff (NASA Ames/ SJSUF), R.E. Young (NASA Ames)
4.08 Physics of the SL9 Impacts
J. Harrington (Cornell), D. Deming (NASA GSFC)
4.09 Seasons on Uranus: Apparent and Physical Variations
E. Karkoschka, M. G. Tomasko (University of Arizona, Lunar & Planetary Lab.)

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