NASA Ames Mars Climate Modeling Group

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Mar Climate Modeling Center Workshop
Mars Recent Climate Change Workshop:


Dates:
May 15-17, 2012
Location:
NASA Ames Research Center

Space Science
and Astrobiology Division

Building 245
Space Science Auditorium

Purpose:
The goal of the Mars Recent Climate Change Workshop will be to bring together atmospheric scientists and geologists to further our understanding of recent climate change on Mars brought about by varying orbital parameters such as obliquity, eccentricity and season of perihelion.
Mars Climate Modeling Center Workshop:
Dates:
September 30 – October 2, 2008
Location:
NASA Ames Research Center

Space Science
and Astrobiology Division

Building 245
Space Science Auditorium

Purpose:
The goal of the Mars Climate Modeling Center Workshop was to bring the Mars atmospheric science community together to discuss the value of forming a dedicated Mars Climate Modeling Center to serve NASA and the Mars community.
Mar Climate Modeling Center Workshop
Mars Dust Cycle Workshop:

Dates:
September 15-17, 2009
Location:
NASA Ames Research Center

Space Science
and Astrobiology Division

Building 245
Space Science Auditorium

Purpose:
The goal of the Mars Dust Cycle Workshop was to bring together observers, modelers, and experimentalists to further our understanding of the processes responsible for the lifting, transport, and removal of dust in the Martian atmosphere.

Download abstracts from the Dust Cycle Workshop.

Future Workshops »
Transport Processes in the Martian Atmosphere and Implications Upon Its Present Climate:



Dates:
Target Date: Fall 2013
Location:
NASA Ames Research Center

Space Science
and Astrobiology Division

Building 245
Space Science Auditorium

Purpose:
The goal of the Mars Atmospheric Transport Workshop will be to bring together observers and modelers to further our understanding of circulation and transport processes within the atmosphere of Mars, related atmosphere-surface interations, and the implications bulk transport has on physical and dynamical processes which determine the current climate of the planet.