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Keywords

  • Venus (Planet)—Atmosphere—Congresses
  • Mars (Planet)—Atmosphere—Congresses
  • Solar wind—Congresses

Index Terms

  • 5405 Planetology: Solid Surface Planets and Satellites: Atmospheric composition and chemistry
  • 5435 Planetology: Solid Surface Planets and Satellites: Ionospheres
  • 5421 Planetology: Solid Surface Planets and Satellites: Interactions with particles and fields
  • 2164 Interplanetary Physics: Solar wind plasma

Venus and Mars: Atmosphere, Ionosphere, and Solar Wind Interactions

Vol. 66, 1992

GEOPHYSICAL MONOGRAPH SERIES, VOL. 66, 430 PP., 1992
ISSN: 0065-8448; ISBN: 0-87590-032-1

Venus and Mars: Atmosphere, Ionosphere, and Solar Wind Interactions

J. G. Luhmann, M. Tatrallyay, and R. O. Pepin (Eds.)

During the week of June 4–8, 1990, a Chapman Conference on Venus and Mars: Atmospheres, Ionospheres and Solar Wind Interactions was held at Balatonfüred, Hungary. The meeting was coorganized by J. G. Luhmann and M. Tatrallyay, under the auspices of the AGU and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Aprroximately 85 participants attended some 72 presentations in oral and poster form. The topics on which the sessions focused included atmosphere evolution, present atmospheres, exospheres and ionospheres, solar wind interactions, and past and future missions. The international and multidisciplinary makeup of the audience provided the basis for a wide range of discussions and brought out a number of remaining controversies and questions to be answered by future research.

Citation: Luhmann, J. G., M. Tatrallyay, and R. O. Pepin (Eds.) (1992), Venus and Mars: Atmosphere, Ionosphere, and Solar Wind Interactions, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., vol. 66, 430 pp., AGU, Washington, D. C., doi:10.1029/GM066.

Luhrnann, J. G.; Tatrallyay, M.; Pepin, R. O.

Foreword

pp. xi-xi

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Luhmann, J. G.; Tatrallyay, M.

Introduction

pp. xiii-xvi

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Hunten, Donald M.

Evolution of the atmospheres of Venus and Mars

pp. 1-5

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Fegley, Bruce, Jr.; Treiman, Allan H.

Chemistry of atmosphere-surface interaction on Venus and Mars

pp. 7-71

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Seiff, Alvin; Young, Richard E.; Haberle, Robert; Houben, Howard

The evidences of waves in the atmospheres of Venus and Mars

pp. 73-89

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Mayr, H.G.; Harris, I.; Pesnell, W.D.

Properties of thermospheric gravity waves on Earth, Venus and Mars

pp. 91-111

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Paxton, Larry J.; Anderson, Donald E.

Far ultraviolet remote sensing of Venus and Mars

pp. 113-189

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Fox, J. L.

Airglow and aurora in the atmospheres of Venus and Mars

pp. 191-222

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Russell, C. T.

The pioneer Venus mission

pp. 225-236

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Knudsen, William C.

The Venus ionosphere from in situ measurements

pp. 237-263

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Kliore, Arvydas J.

Radio occultation observations of the ionospheres of Mars and Venus

pp. 265-276

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Cravens, T. E.

Ionospheric models for Venus and Mars

pp. 277-288

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Krymskii, A. M.

An Interpretation of the large scale ionospheric magnetic fields and the altitude distribution of the ionospheric plasma on the dayside of Venus and Mars

pp. 289-309

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Vaisberg, O. L.

The solar wind interaction with Mars: A review of results from early soviet missions to Mars

pp. 311-326

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Zakharov, A. V.

The plasma environment of Mars: Phobos mission results

pp. 327-344

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Spreiter, John R.; Stahara, Stephen S.

Computer modeling of solar wind interaction with Venus and Mars

pp. 345-383

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Breus, T. K.

The solar wind interaction with Mars over the solar cycle: A post-phobos view

pp. 387-403

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Moore, K. R.; McComas, D. J.

A synthesis of measured and deduced properties of pickup ions in the Venus-Solar wind interaction

pp. 405-415

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Luhmann, J. G.; Bauer, S. J.

Solar wind effects on atmosphere evolution at Venus and Mars

pp. 417-430

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