DPS 2001 meeting, November 2001
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Session 17. Io, Tori, and Satellite Atmospheres Posters

Displayed, 9:00am Tuesday - 3:00pm Saturday, Highlighted, Wednesday,
November 28, 2001, 10:30am-12:30pm, French Market Exhibit Hall

17.01 Tidal Dissipation in the Galilean Satellites
S. Musotto (UCLA & Dept. Astronomy, Padua), F. Varadi (UCLA-IGPP), W. Moore, G. Schubert (UCLA), C. Barbieri (Dept. Astronomy, Padua)
17.02 A strong volcanic outburst on Io as observed with the Keck AO system
F. Marchis (UC-Berkeley/CfAO), I. de Pater (UC Berkeley), T. Fusco (ONERA), A. Davies (JPL), H. Roe (UC Berkeley), D. Le Mignant (Keck Obs.), B. Macintosh (LLNL), R. Prangé (IAS)
17.03 Cl2SO2 deposits near the Marduk's volcanic center on Io
B. Schmitt (LPG, CNRS-UJF), S. Rodriguez (Obs. Bordeaux), NIMS/Galileo Team
17.04 Io: Near-Infrared Absorptions Not Attributable to SO2
J. H. Shirley (JPL - Cal Tech), R. N. Clark, L. A. Soderblom (USGS), R. W. Carlson, L. W. Kamp (JPL - Cal Tech), Galileo NIMS Team
17.05 The dynamics and composition of a Pele-type plume
M.C. Wong (JPL/NRC)
17.06 The Abundance of Atomic Sulfur in the Atmosphere of Io
L.M. Feaga (JHU), M.A. McGrath (STScI), P.D. Feldman (JHU)
17.07 Optical Emissions from the Atmosphere of Io due to Flux Tube Electron Interaction
M. Michael, A. Bhardwaj (Space Physics Laboratory, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, India)
17.08 Substantial Io Torus Variability 1998-2000
N.M. Schneider, R. Morris, A Park (LASP, U. Colorado), M Kueppers (Uni. Bern, Switzerland)
17.09 Evolution of the Io Plasma Torus over One Week
J. W. Weiss, N. M. Schneider (Univ. of Colorado/LASP)
17.10 HST/STIS FUV Observations of the Io Plasma Torus
F. Herbert (LPL/U.Arizona), A. Hendrix (JPL), F. Bagenal, N.M. Schneider (LASP/U.Colorado)
17.11 Two-Dimensional Transport Studies of Radial and Longitudinal Structure in the Io Plasma Torus
P. A. Delamere, W. H. Smyth (Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc.), M. L. Marconi (Fresh Pond Research Institute)
17.12 Persistence and Variability of Large-Scale Longitudinal Structure in the Io Plasma Torus
R.C. Woodward Jr., F.L. Roesler (U Wisc), R.J. Oliversen (NASA/GSFC), F. Scherb (U Wisc), H.W. Moos (JHU)
17.13 Trapped Electrons at Ganymede Revisited
A. Eviatar (Tel Aviv University, Ramat Aviv, Israel), V.M. Vasyliunas, N. Krupp (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Aeronomie, Lindau, Germany), D.J. Williams, B.H. Mauk (Applied Physics Laboratory Johns Hopkins University, Laurel MD), W.S. Kurth, D.A. Gurnett (University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA)
17.14 A Model for O2 and H in Ganymede's Atmosphere
M.L. Marconi (Fresh Pond Research)

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