Original deep convection in the atmosphere of Mars driven by the radiative impact of dust and water-ice particles

Abstract : Two examples of aerosol-induced deep convection in the Martian atmosphere broaden the knowledge of both aerosols-atmosphere interactions and mechanisms underlying convection in planetary atmospheres, as well as the impact of convection in the regional and global scale (e.g. emission of gravity waves), with possible comparative planetology approaches where the convective dynamics of Martian water-ice clouds could be compared to Venusian sulfuric-acid clouds .
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Aymeric Spiga, Jean-Baptiste Madeleine, David Hinson, Thomas Navarro, Ehouarn Millour, et al.. Original deep convection in the atmosphere of Mars driven by the radiative impact of dust and water-ice particles. European Planetary Science Congress 2017, Sep 2017, Riga, Latvia. pp.EPSC2017-428-2. ⟨insu-01621402⟩

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