Publication Abstracts

Allison et al. 1999

Allison, M., J.D. Ross, and N. Solomon, 1999: Mapping the Martian meteorology. In Fifth International Conference on Mars, LPI Contribution No. 972. Lunar and Planetary Institute.

The Mars-adapted version of the NASA/GISS general circulation model (GCM) has been applied to the hourly/daily simulation of the planet's meteorology over several seasonal orbits. The current running version of the model includes a diurnal solar cycle, CO2 sublimation, and a mature parameterization of upper level wave drag with a vertical domain extending from the surface up to the 6μb level. The benchmark simulations provide a four-dimensional archive for the comparative evaluation of various schemes for the retrieval of winds from anticipated polar orbiter measurements of temperatures by the Pressure Modulator Infrared Radiometer.

  • Get PDF (539 kB)
  • PDF documents require the free Adobe Reader or compatible viewing software to be viewed.

Export citation: [ BibTeX ] [ RIS ]

BibTeX Citation

@inproceedings{al04200b,
  author={Allison, M. and Ross, J. D. and Solomon, N.},
  title={Mapping the Martian meteorology},
  booktitle={Fifth International Conference on Mars},
  year={1999},
  publisher={Lunar and Planetary Institute},
  address={Houston},
}

[ Close ]

RIS Citation

TY  - CPAPER
ID  - al04200b
AU  - Allison, M.
AU  - Ross, J. D.
AU  - Solomon, N.
PY  - 1999
TI  - Mapping the Martian meteorology
BT  - Fifth International Conference on Mars
PB  - Lunar and Planetary Institute
CY  - Houston
ER  -

[ Close ]

• Return to 1999 Publications

• Return to Publications Homepage