The atmospheric circulation and dust activity in different orbital epochs on Mars

@inproceedings{Newman2005TheAC,
  title={The atmospheric circulation and dust activity in different orbital epochs on Mars},
  author={Claire E. Newman and Stephen R. Lewis and Peter L. Read},
  year={2005}
}
A general circulation model is used to evaluate changes to the circulation and dust transport in the martian atmosphere for a range of past orbital conditions. A dust transport scheme, including parameterized dust lifting, is incorporated within the model to enable passive or radiatively active dust transport. The focus is on changes which relate to surface features, as these may potentially be verified by observations. Obliquity variations have the largest impact, as they affect the… CONTINUE READING

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