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Title: Water vapor, water-ice clouds, and dust in the North Polar Region
Authors: Tamppari, Leslie K.
Smith, Michael D.
Bass, Deborah S.
Hale, Amy S.
Keywords: Mars
water-ice clouds
water vapors
Issue Date: 27-Feb-2006
Publisher: Pasadena, CA : Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2006.
Citation: Mars Atmospheric Models and Observations, Granada, Spain, February 27- March 3, 2006
Abstract: The behavior of water vapor, water-ice and dust in the Martian atmosphere is important for understanding the overall Martian climate system, which is characterized by three main cycles: water, including water-ice, dust, and CO2. Understanding these cycles will lend insight into the behavior of the atmospheric dynamics, the atmosphere’s ability to transport dust, water-ice, and vapor to different parts of the planet, and how that ability changes as a function of dust and water-ice loading.
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