Mars atmosphere modelling and observations
Call for Papers:
Deadline : December, 7, 2005.
Presentations are solicited for the following topics: Modelling and observational analysis of the current Mars climate system up to the thermosphere: dynamics, dust, clouds, water vapor, polar processes, chemistry; data assimilation; future instruments and missions; modelling of recent martian past climates; Databases and reference atmospheres for engineers and scientists;
Authors are encouraged to present a review of their recent (3 years) work rather than foccussing on one single recent result.
Authors are encouraged to submit several abstracts focussing on different topics rather than a big one.
up to 4 pages
(including figures) are encouraged and can be submitted in one of the following format : MS Word (preferred), pdf or postscript. Template for the abstracts (adapted from LPI) :
Latex 2e template
Latex style file
Abstract files MUST include the title (uppercase, 14pt), authors, affiliations, text (10pt), as shown in the templates. We strongly encourage authors to limit the size of their file to 2 Mb.
Abstracts may be submitted in electronic form to:
. Please send it as an attached file with
file name starting with the last name of the first author
. In your Email, please provide your contact information and your preference between an oral presentation or a poster.
The abstracts will be distributed in a volume at the meeting.
The abstracts will be put online as soon as possible and will remain available for several years after the meeting
We also plan to make the abstracts available through the NASA Astrophysic Data System (Abstract service).
POSTERS: The recommended poster size is about 90 cm wide x 100-120 cm high