An assessment of the global, seasonal, and interannual spacecraft record of Martian climate in the thermal infrared

@inproceedings{Liu2003AnAO,
  title={An assessment of the global, seasonal, and interannual spacecraft record of Martian climate in the thermal infrared},
  author={Junjun Liu and Mark Ian Richardson and Richard J. Wilson},
  year={2003}
}
[1] Intercomparison of thermal infrared data collected by Mariner 9, Viking, and Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) is presented with a specific focus on air temperatures, dust opacities, and water ice opacities. Emphasis is placed on creating a uniform data set to most effectively reduce interinstrument biases and offsets. The annual cycle consistently shows a strong asymmetry about the equinoxes, with northern spring and summer exhibiting relatively low temperatures, very high year-to-year… CONTINUE READING

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