Mars pictures : NASA/JPL/MSSS
Second workshop on
Mars atmosphere modelling and observations
February 27 - March 3, 2006
Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones
The scope of the workshop is to bring together experts in modelling and
observations of the Mars climate system and discuss the nature of the
atmospheric circulation and photochemistry (up to the neutral
thermosphere), the dust cycle, the water cycle (vapor, clouds and frost)
and the carbon dioxide cycle (polar caps), as we did for the
first workshop in early 2003. This year, the workshop also include a short session on the modelling of
the climate changes on Mars due to orbital and obliquity changes.
WORKSHOP PROGRAM WITH ABSTRACTS ONLINE .
Abstracts by author .
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS .
LOCAL INFORMATION, TRAVEL, LOGISTICS, AND SOCIAL PROGRAM .
Grants for students and young scientists
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS .
The Abstract deadline was December 7, 2005.
Centre National D'Etudes Spatiales
European Space Agency
- Chair : F. Forget (LMD, France)
- M. C. Desjean (CNES, France)
- R. M. Haberle (NASA, USA)
- J. P. Huot (ESTEC, Netherlands)
- F. Lefevre (SA, France - IAA, Spain)
- S. Lebonnois (LMD, France)
- S.R. Lewis (OU, UK)
- M. Lopez-Valverde (IAA, Spain)
- P. L. Read (AOPP, UK)
- R. J. Wilson (GFDL, USA)
Local Organizing Committee:
- Chair : M. Lopez-Valverde
- G. Gilli
- F. Lefevre
- M. Lopez-Puertas
- J. J. Lopez-Moreno
- F. Gonzalez-Galindo
For more information on the local organisation,
contact: Miguel Lopez-Valverde (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For more information on the scientific program, contact:
Francois Forget (email@example.com)