Dust rocket storms, gravity waves and their impact on the martian troposphere and thermosphere

Abstract : Recent studies have shed light on mesoscale phenomena in the Martian atmosphere, unresolved by global climate models [6]. A particular emphasis was put on near-surface circulations, less so on dynamical phenomena in the upper troposphere and mesosphere. This aspect is in need to be further investigated to better understand recent observations and, more generally, the martian climate.
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A. Spiga, F. Gonzalez-Galindo, J. Faure, J.-B. Madeleine, F. Altieri, et al.. Dust rocket storms, gravity waves and their impact on the martian troposphere and thermosphere. EPSC 2012 (European Planetary Science Congress), Sep 2012, Madrid, Spain. pp.EPSC2012-272. ⟨hal-00749778⟩

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