Data assimilation for Mars: an overview of results from the Mars Global Surveyor period, proposals for future plans and requirements for open access to assimilation output

Lewis, S.R.; Montabone, L.; Read, P.L. and Rogberg, P. (2006). Data assimilation for Mars: an overview of results from the Mars Global Surveyor period, proposals for future plans and requirements for open access to assimilation output. In: Second Workshop on Mars atmosphere modelling and observations, 27 Feb - 3 Mar 2006, Granada, Spain.

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Abstract not available. From the introduction: 'The Thermal Emission Spectrometer (TES) aboard Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) has produced an extensive atmospheric data set, both during the initial aerobraking hiatus and later from the scientific mapping phase of the mission which lasted almost three complete Martian seasonal cycles. Thermal profiles for the atmosphere below about 40 km, and total dust and water ice opacities, have been retrieved from TES spectra (Conrath et al., 2000, Smith et al., 2000)...'.

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