DPS 34th Meeting, October 2002
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Session 18. Outer Planet Atmospheres

Poster, Chair(s): , Tuesday, October 8, 2002, 3:30-6:00pm, Exhibit Hall

18.01 Spectral Analysis of Jupiter Image Cubes Obtained in 2000 and 2002
A. A. Simon-Miller (NASA's GSFC), N. J. Chanover (New Mexico State University), J. J. Hillman (University of Maryland), T. Temma (New Mexico State University), D. M. Kuehn (Pittsburg State University), D. A. Glenar (NASA's GSFC)
18.02 HST Constraints on the Vertical Structure and Spectral Properties of Particulates in the Great Red Spot and Associated Ammonia Ice Clouds
K. H. Baines, R. W. Carlson, T. W. Momary, G. S. Orton (Caltech/JPL)
18.03 A reanalysis of the 1971 Beta Scorpii occultation data : study of the temperature fluctuations and search for wave activity
E. Raynaud, P. Drossart, K. Matcheva, F. Roques, B. Sicardy (LESIA, Observatoire de Paris-Meudon, France)
18.04 Global Latitudinal Differences of Molecular Absorption on Jupiter
V. G. Tejfel (Fessenkov Astrophysical Institute, Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan)
18.05 Addition of a Hydrological Cycle to the EPIC Jupiter Model
T.E. Dowling, C.J. Palotai (CPL/U. Louisville)
18.06 Evidence for water clouds on Jupiter from 5-micron spectra
G. L. Bjoraker, T. Hewagama (NASA/GSFC), G. S. Orton (JPL)
18.07 Cloud structure of Saturn's Southern Hemisphere
S. Pérez-Hoyos, A. Sánchez-Lavega, J.F. Rojas (Universidad del País Vasco (Spain)), J.R. Acarreta (Laboratorio de Astrofísica y Física Fundamental- INTA (Spain)), R.G. French (Wellesley College (USA))
18.08 Spectro-photometry of Saturn with Passband-tunable Imaging System
T. Temma, N. Chanover (New Mexico State University), A. Simon-Miller (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center), D. Kuehn (Pittsburg State University), J. Hillman (University of Maryland), D. Glenar (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)
18.09 Long-term Variations in the Microwave Brightness Temperature of the Uranus Atmosphere
M.J. Klein, M.D. Hofstadter (JPL/Caltech), H.B. Hammel (Space Science Institute), J.G. Leflang, J.P. Roller, R.K. McLeod (Lewis Center for Educational Research, Apple Valley, CA)
18.10 Spatially-resolved K-band Spectra of Neptune from the W.M. Keck Telescope
S.G. Gibbard (Lawrence Livermore National Lab), I. de Pater, S.C. Martin, H.G. Roe (UC Berkeley), B.A. Macintosh, C.E. Max (Lawrence Livermore National Lab)
18.11 The systematic calculation of adiabatic structure of Jovian planet atmospheres
K. Sugiyama, M. Odaka, K. Kuramoto, Y.-Y. Hayashi (Hokkaido Univ.)
18.12 Modeling Multipath Propagation in Planetary Atmospheres for Radio Occultation Measurements
K. Kusza, G. L. Tyler (Stanford University)
18.13 3-D Modeling of Saturn’s Neutral Cloud
H.T. Smith, R.E. Johnson (University of Virginia), V. Shematovich (Institute of Astronomy, RAS)
18.14 Mesospheric CH4 and ionospheric H3+ emission in the CASSINI/VIMS observations of Jupiter at mid-latitudes
P. Drossart (Obs. Paris), K.H. Baines (JPL), G. Bellucci (IFSI, Rome), J.P. Bibring (IAS, Orsay), R.H. Brown (U. Arizona), B.J. Buratti (JPL), F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni (IASF, Rome), R.N. Clark (USGS, Denver), A. Coradini (IASF, Rome), D.P. Cruikshank (NASA/Ames), V. Formisano (IFSI, Rome), R. Jaumann (DLR, Berlin), Y. Langevin (IAS, Orsay), D. Matson (JPL), T.B. McCord (U. Washington), V. Mennella (U. Naples), R.M. Nelson (JPL), P.D. Nicholson (Cornell U.), B. Sicardy (Obs. Paris), C. Sotin (U. Nantes), VIMS Team
18.15 Benzene and Polar Haze Formation in the Atmosphere of Jupiter
A.J. Friedson (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), A-S. Wong (U. Michigan), Y.L. Yung (Caltech)

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