Detection of Northern Hemisphere transient eddies at Gale Crater Mars

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Detection of Northern Hemisphere transient eddies at Gale Crater Mars. / Haberle, Robert M.; Juárez, Manuel de la Torre; Kahre, Melinda A.; Kass, David M.; Barnes, Jeffrey R.; Hollingsworth, Jeffery L.; Harri, Ari Matti; Kahanpää, Henrik.

In: Icarus, Vol. 307, 01.06.2018, p. 150-160.

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Haberle, RM, Juárez, MDLT, Kahre, MA, Kass, DM, Barnes, JR, Hollingsworth, JL, Harri, AM & Kahanpää, H 2018, 'Detection of Northern Hemisphere transient eddies at Gale Crater Mars', Icarus, vol. 307, pp. 150-160. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.2018.02.013

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Haberle, R. M., Juárez, M. D. L. T., Kahre, M. A., Kass, D. M., Barnes, J. R., Hollingsworth, J. L., ... Kahanpää, H. (2018). Detection of Northern Hemisphere transient eddies at Gale Crater Mars. Icarus, 307, 150-160. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.2018.02.013

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Haberle RM, Juárez MDLT, Kahre MA, Kass DM, Barnes JR, Hollingsworth JL et al. Detection of Northern Hemisphere transient eddies at Gale Crater Mars. Icarus. 2018 Jun 1;307:150-160. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.2018.02.013

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Haberle, Robert M. ; Juárez, Manuel de la Torre ; Kahre, Melinda A. ; Kass, David M. ; Barnes, Jeffrey R. ; Hollingsworth, Jeffery L. ; Harri, Ari Matti ; Kahanpää, Henrik. / Detection of Northern Hemisphere transient eddies at Gale Crater Mars. In: Icarus. 2018 ; Vol. 307. pp. 150-160.

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title = "Detection of Northern Hemisphere transient eddies at Gale Crater Mars",
abstract = "The Rover Environmental Monitoring Station (REMS) on the Curiosity Rover is operating in the Southern Hemisphere of Mars and is detecting synoptic period oscillations in the pressure data that we attribute to Northern Hemisphere transient eddies. We base this interpretation on the similarity in the periods of the eddies and their seasonal variations with those observed in northern midlatitudes by Viking Lander 2 (VL-2) 18 Mars years earlier. Further support for this interpretation comes from global circulation modeling which shows similar behavior in the transient eddies at the grid points closest to Curiosity and VL-2. These observations provide the first in situ evidence that the frontal systems often associated with “Flushing Dust Storms” do cross the equator and extend into the Southern Hemisphere.",
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