Aymeric Spiga's peer-reviewed publications

Years: 2017. 2016. 2015. 2014. 2013. 2012. 2011. 2010. 2009. 2008. 2007.

(Total: 56 publications)

2017 .

(5 publications)

A. Pottier, F. Forget, F. Montmessin, T. Navarro, A. Spiga, E. Millour, A. Szantai, and J.-B. Madeleine. Unraveling the martian water cycle with high-resolution global climate simulations. Icarus, 291:82-106, 2017. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

B. Kenda, P. Lognonné, A. Spiga, T. Kawamura, S. Kedar, W. B. Banerdt, R. Lorenz, D. Banfield, and M. Golombek. Modeling of Ground Deformation and Shallow Surface Waves Generated by Martian Dust Devils and Perspectives for Near-Surface Structure Inversion. , 2017. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

L. J. Steele, M. R. Balme, S. R. Lewis, and A. Spiga. The water cycle and regolith-atmosphere interaction at Gale crater, Mars. Icarus, 289:56-79, 2017. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

N. Murdoch, B. Kenda, T. Kawamura, A. Spiga, P. Lognonné, D. Mimoun, and W. B. Banerdt. Estimations of the Seismic Pressure Noise on Mars Determined from Large Eddy Simulations and Demonstration of Pressure Decorrelation Techniques for the Insight Mission. , 2017. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | arXiv | ADS link | Abstract ]

M. Lefèvre, A. Spiga, and S. Lebonnois. Three-dimensional turbulence-resolving modeling of the Venusian cloud layer and induced gravity waves. Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets), 122:134-149, 2017. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

2016 .

(6 publications)

R. F. Garcia, Q. Brissaud, L. Rolland, R. Martin, D. Komatitsch, A. Spiga, P. Lognonné, and B. Banerdt. Finite-Difference Modeling of Acoustic and Gravity Wave Propagation in Mars Atmosphere: Application to Infrasounds Emitted by Meteor Impacts. , 2016. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

M. Klose, B. C. Jemmett-Smith, H. Kahanpää, M. Kahre, P. Knippertz, M. T. Lemmon, S. R. Lewis, R. D. Lorenz, L. D. V. Neakrase, C. Newman, M. R. Patel, D. Reiss, A. Spiga, and P. L. Whelley. Dust Devil Sediment Transport: From Lab to Field to Global Impact. , 203:377-426, 2016. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

A. Spiga, E. Barth, Z. Gu, F. Hoffmann, J. Ito, B. Jemmett-Smith, M. Klose, S. Nishizawa, S. Raasch, S. Rafkin, T. Takemi, D. Tyler, and W. Wei. Large-Eddy Simulations of Dust Devils and Convective Vortices. , 203:245-275, 2016. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

R. D. Lorenz, M. R. Balme, Z. Gu, H. Kahanpää, M. Klose, M. V. Kurgansky, M. R. Patel, D. Reiss, A. P. Rossi, A. Spiga, T. Takemi, and W. Wei. History and Applications of Dust Devil Studies. , 203:5-37, 2016. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

D. Reiss, R. D. Lorenz, M. Balme, L. D. Neakrase, A. P. Rossi, A. Spiga, and J. Zarnecki. Editorial: Topical Volume on Dust Devils. , 203:1-4, 2016. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link ]

T. Fouchet, T. K. Greathouse, A. Spiga, L. N. Fletcher, S. Guerlet, J. Leconte, and G. S. Orton. Stratospheric aftermath of the 2010 Storm on Saturn as observed by the TEXES instrument. I. Temperature structure. Icarus, 277:196-214, 2016. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | arXiv | ADS link | Abstract ]

2015 .

(5 publications)

M. Sylvestre, S. Guerlet, T. Fouchet, A. Spiga, F. M. Flasar, B. Hesman, and G. L. Bjoraker. Seasonal changes in Saturn's stratosphere inferred from Cassini/CIRS limb observations. Icarus, 258:224-238, 2015. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

S. Guerlet, T. Fouchet, S. Vinatier, A. A. Simon, E. Dartois, and A. Spiga. Stratospheric benzene and hydrocarbon aerosols detected in Saturn's auroral regions. Astronomy Astrophysics, 580:A89, 2015. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

T. C. Brothers, J. W. Holt, and A. Spiga. Planum Boreum basal unit topography, Mars: Irregularities and insights from SHARAD. Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets), 120:1357-1375, 2015. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

I. B. Smith, A. Spiga, and J. W. Holt. Aeolian processes as drivers of landform evolution at the South Pole of Mars. Geomorphology, 240:54-69, 2015. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

D. P. Mulholland, A. Spiga, C. Listowski, and P. L. Read. An assessment of the impact of local processes on dust lifting in martian climate models. Icarus, 252:212-227, 2015. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

2014 .

(9 publications)

O. Mousis, L. N. Fletcher, J.-P. Lebreton, P. Wurz, T. Cavalié, A. Coustenis, R. Courtin, D. Gautier, R. Helled, P. G. J. Irwin, A. D. Morse, N. Nettelmann, B. Marty, P. Rousselot, O. Venot, D. H. Atkinson, J. H. Waite, K. R. Reh, A. A. Simon, S. Atreya, N. André, M. Blanc, I. A. Daglis, G. Fischer, W. D. Geppert, T. Guillot, M. M. Hedman, R. Hueso, E. Lellouch, J. I. Lunine, C. D. Murray, J. O`Donoghue, M. Rengel, A. Sánchez-Lavega, F.-X. Schmider, A. Spiga, T. Spilker, J.-M. Petit, M. S. Tiscareno, M. Ali-Dib, K. Altwegg, S. J. Bolton, A. Bouquet, C. Briois, T. Fouchet, S. Guerlet, T. Kostiuk, D. Lebleu, R. Moreno, G. S. Orton, and J. Poncy. Scientific rationale for Saturn's in situ exploration. Planetary and Space Science, 104:29-47, 2014. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | arXiv | ADS link | Abstract ]

D. P. Hinson, S. W. Asmar, D. S. Kahan, V. Akopian, R. M. Haberle, A. Spiga, J. T. Schofield, A. Kleinböhl, W. A. Abdou, S. R. Lewis, M. Paik, and S. G. Maalouf. Initial results from radio occultation measurements with the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter: A nocturnal mixed layer in the tropics and comparisons with polar profiles from the Mars Climate Sounder. Icarus, 243:91-103, 2014. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

C. Herny, M. Massé, O. Bourgeois, S. Carpy, S. Le Mouélic, T. Appéré, I. B. Smith, A. Spiga, and S. Rodriguez. Sedimentation waves on the Martian North Polar Cap: Analogy with megadunes in Antarctica. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 403:56-66, 2014. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

S. Guerlet, A. Spiga, M. Sylvestre, M. Indurain, T. Fouchet, J. Leconte, E. Millour, R. Wordsworth, M. Capderou, B. Bézard, and F. Forget. Global climate modeling of Saturns atmosphere. Part I: Evaluation of the radiative transfer model. Icarus, 238:110-124, 2014. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

T. Navarro, J.-B. Madeleine, F. Forget, A. Spiga, E. Millour, F. Montmessin, and A. Määttänen. Global climate modeling of the Martian water cycle with improved microphysics and radiatively active water ice clouds. Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets), 119:1479-1495, 2014. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | arXiv | ADS link | Abstract ]

C. Listowski, A. Määttänen, F. Montmessin, A. Spiga, and F. Lefèvre. Modeling the microphysics of CO2 ice clouds within wave-induced cold pockets in the martian mesosphere. Icarus, 237:239-261, 2014. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

J.-B. Madeleine, J. W. Head, F. Forget, T. Navarro, E. Millour, A. Spiga, A. Colaïtis, A. Määttänen, F. Montmessin, and J. L. Dickson. Recent Ice Ages on Mars: The role of radiatively active clouds and cloud microphysics. Geophysical Research Letters, 41:4873-4879, 2014. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

L. Montabone, K. Marsh, S. R. Lewis, P. L. Read, M. D. Smith, J. Holmes, A. Spiga, D. Lowe, and A. Pamment. The Mars Analysis Correction Data Assimilation (MACDA) Dataset V1.0. Geoscience Data Journal, 1:129-139, 2014. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

D. Reiss, A. Spiga, and G. Erkeling. The horizontal motion of dust devils on Mars derived from CRISM and CTX/HiRISE observations. Icarus, 227:8-20, 2014. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

2013 .

(6 publications)

I. B. Smith, J. W. Holt, A. Spiga, A. D. Howard, and G. Parker. The spiral troughs of Mars as cyclic steps. Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets), 118:1835-1857, 2013. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

B. Charnay, F. Forget, R. Wordsworth, J. Leconte, E. Millour, F. Codron, and A. Spiga. Exploring the faint young Sun problem and the possible climates of the Archean Earth with a 3-D GCM. Journal of Geophysical Research (Atmospheres), 118:10, 2013. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | arXiv | ADS link | Abstract ]

A. Colaïtis, A. Spiga, F. Hourdin, C. Rio, F. Forget, and E. Millour. A thermal plume model for the Martian convective boundary layer. Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets), 118:1468-1487, 2013. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | arXiv | ADS link | Abstract ]

J. Leconte, F. Forget, B. Charnay, R. Wordsworth, F. Selsis, E. Millour, and A. Spiga. 3D climate modeling of close-in land planets: Circulation patterns, climate moist bistability, and habitability. Astronomy Astrophysics, 554:A69, 2013. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | arXiv | ADS link | Abstract ]

A. Spiga, J. Faure, J.-B. Madeleine, A. Määttänen, and F. Forget. Rocket dust storms and detached dust layers in the Martian atmosphere. Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets), 118:746-767, 2013. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | arXiv | ADS link | Abstract ]

T. C. Brothers, J. W. Holt, and A. Spiga. Orbital radar, imagery, and atmospheric modeling reveal an aeolian origin for Abalos Mensa, Mars. Geophysical Research Letters, 40:1334-1339, 2013. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

2012 .

(7 publications)

J.-B. Madeleine, F. Forget, E. Millour, T. Navarro, and A. Spiga. The influence of radiatively active water ice clouds on the Martian climate. Geophysical Research Letters, 39:L23202, 2012. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

M. R. Balme, A. Pathare, S. M. Metzger, M. C. Towner, S. R. Lewis, A. Spiga, L. K. Fenton, N. O. Renno, H. M. Elliott, F. A. Saca, T. I. Michaels, P. Russell, and J. Verdasca. Field measurements of horizontal forward motion velocities of terrestrial dust devils: Towards a proxy for ambient winds on Mars and Earth. Icarus, 221:632-645, 2012. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

A. Spiga. Comment on ”Observing desert dust devils with a pressure logger“ by Lorenz (2012) - insights on measured pressure fluctuations from large-eddy simulations. Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems, 1:151-154, 2012. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

F. Altieri, A. Spiga, L. Zasova, G. Bellucci, and J.-P. Bibring. Gravity waves mapped by the OMEGA/MEX instrument through O2 dayglow at 1.27 μm: Data analysis and atmospheric modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets), 117:E00J08, 2012. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

J.-B. Madeleine, F. Forget, A. Spiga, M. J. Wolff, F. Montmessin, M. Vincendon, D. Jouglet, B. Gondet, J.-P. Bibring, Y. Langevin, and B. Schmitt. Aphelion water-ice cloud mapping and property retrieval using the OMEGA imaging spectrometer onboard Mars Express. Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets), 117:E00J07, 2012. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

M. Massé, O. Bourgeois, S. Le Mouélic, C. Verpoorter, A. Spiga, and L. Le Deit. Wide distribution and glacial origin of polar gypsum on Mars. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 317:44-55, 2012. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

A. Spiga, F. González-Galindo, M.-Á. López-Valverde, and F. Forget. Gravity waves, cold pockets and CO2 clouds in the Martian mesosphere. Geophysical Research Letters, 39:L02201, 2012. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

2011 .

(6 publications)

F. González-Galindo, A. Määttänen, F. Forget, and A. Spiga. The martian mesosphere as revealed by CO 2 cloud observations and General Circulation Modeling. Icarus, 216:10-22, 2011. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

A. Petrosyan, B. Galperin, S. E. Larsen, S. R. Lewis, A. Määttänen, P. L. Read, N. Renno, L. P. H. T. Rogberg, H. Savijärvi, T. Siili, A. Spiga, A. Toigo, and L. Vázquez. The Martian Atmospheric Boundary Layer. Reviews of Geophysics, 49:RG3005, 2011. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

A. Spiga. Elements of comparison between Martian and terrestrial mesoscale meteorological phenomena: Katabatic winds and boundary layer convection. Planetary and Space Science, 59:915-922, 2011. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

T. Toyota, K. Kurita, and A. Spiga. Distribution and time-variation of spire streaks at Pavonis Mons on Mars. Planetary and Space Science, 59:672-682, 2011. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

T. Appéré, B. Schmitt, Y. Langevin, S. Douté, A. Pommerol, F. Forget, A. Spiga, B. Gondet, and J.-P. Bibring. Winter and spring evolution of northern seasonal deposits on Mars from OMEGA on Mars Express. Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets), 116:E05001, 2011. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

A. Spiga, F. Forget, J.-B. Madeleine, L. Montabone, S. R. Lewis, and E. Millour. The impact of martian mesoscale winds on surface temperature and on the determination of thermal inertia. Icarus, 212:504-519, 2011. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

2010 .

(7 publications)

A. Spiga, F. Forget, S. R. Lewis, and D. P. Hinson. Correction to: `Structure and dynamics of the convective boundary layer on Mars as inferred from large-eddy simulations and remote-sensing measurements'. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 136:2205-2206, 2010. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link ]

A. V. Pathare, M. R. Balme, S. M. Metzger, A. Spiga, M. C. Towner, N. O. Renno, and F. Saca. Assessing the power law hypothesis for the size-frequency distribution of terrestrial and martian dust devils. Icarus, 209:851-853, 2010. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

A. Määttänen, F. Montmessin, B. Gondet, F. Scholten, H. Hoffmann, F. González-Galindo, A. Spiga, F. Forget, E. Hauber, G. Neukum, J.-P. Bibring, and J.-L. Bertaux. Mapping the mesospheric CO 2 clouds on Mars: MEx/OMEGA and MEx/HRSC observations and challenges for atmospheric models. Icarus, 209:452-469, 2010. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

G. A. Morgan, J. W. Head, F. Forget, J.-B. Madeleine, and A. Spiga. Gully formation on Mars: Two recent phases of formation suggested by links between morphology, slope orientation and insolation history. Icarus, 208:658-666, 2010. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

A. Spiga, F. Forget, S. R. Lewis, and D. P. Hinson. Structure and dynamics of the convective boundary layer on Mars as inferred from large-eddy simulations and remote-sensing measurements. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 136:414-428, 2010. [ Bibtex entry | ADS link | Abstract ]

M. Vincendon, J. Mustard, F. Forget, M. Kreslavsky, A. Spiga, S. Murchie, and J.-P. Bibring. Near-tropical subsurface ice on Mars. Geophysical Research Letters, 37:L01202, 2010. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | arXiv | ADS link | Abstract ]

A. Spiga and S. R. Lewis. Martian mesoscale and microscale wind variability of relevance for dust lifting. International Journal of Mars Science and Exploration, 5:146-158, 2010. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

2009 .

(1 publication)

A. Spiga and F. Forget. A new model to simulate the Martian mesoscale and microscale atmospheric circulation: Validation and first results. Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets), 114:E02009, 2009. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

2008 .

(2 publications)

A. Spiga, H. Teitelbaum, and V. Zeitlin. Identification of the sources of inertia-gravity waves in the Andes Cordillera region. Annales Geophysicae, 26:2551-2568, 2008. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

A. Spiga and F. Forget. Fast and accurate estimation of solar irradiance on Martian slopes. Geophysical Research Letters, 35:L15201, 2008. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

2007 .

(2 publications)

A. Spiga, F. Forget, B. Dolla, S. Vinatier, R. Melchiorri, P. Drossart, A. Gendrin, J.-P. Bibring, Y. Langevin, and B. Gondet. Remote sensing of surface pressure on Mars with the Mars Express/OMEGA spectrometer: 2. Meteorological maps. Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets), 112:E08S16, 2007. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]

F. Forget, A. Spiga, B. Dolla, S. Vinatier, R. Melchiorri, P. Drossart, A. Gendrin, J.-P. Bibring, Y. Langevin, and B. Gondet. Remote sensing of surface pressure on Mars with the Mars Express/OMEGA spectrometer: 1. Retrieval method. Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets), 112:E08S15, 2007. [ Bibtex entry | Journal website | ADS link | Abstract ]


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