Modeling the Martian dust cycle . 1 : Representations of dust transport processes

@inproceedings{Newman2006ModelingTM,
  title={Modeling the Martian dust cycle . 1 : Representations of dust transport processes},
  author={Claire E. Newman and Stephen R. Lewis},
  year={2006}
}
A dust transport scheme has been developed for a general circulation model of the Martian atmosphere. This enables radiatively active dust transport, with the atmospheric state responding to changes in the dust distribution via atmospheric heating, as well as dust transport being determined by atmospheric conditions. The scheme includes dust lifting, advection by model winds, atmospheric mixing, and gravitational sedimentation. Parameterizations of lifting initiated by a) near-surface wind… CONTINUE READING
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