GFDL - Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory

R. John Wilson

Middle Atmosphere Dynamics and Chemistry; Planetary Atmosphere Dynamics

Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

201 Forrestal Road, Princeton, NJ 08542 USA

Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

Princeton University

email: John.Wilson@noaa.gov

phone: 609-452-6592

FAX: 609-987-5063


Research Interests

  • Terrestrial Middle Atmosphere Dynamics
  • Mars Atmosphere Dynamics and Climate
  • Jovian Atmosphere Dynamics

Bibliography


Mars Atmosphere Modeling and Observation Workshop: Granada, Spain, 2006

  • Granada 2006 Workshop
    • Model comparison …presented in Granada Spain: Feb 27. 2006

      PDF /
      Powerpoint

      Supplementary Figures

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    • Conference papers
    • The Diurnal Variation and Radiative Influence of Martian Water Ice
      Clouds (R.J Wilson, G. Neumann, M.D. Smith)
    • The Effects of Atmospheric Dust on the Seasonal Variation of
      Martian Surface Temperature (R.J. Wilson)
    • GCM Simulations of Transient Eddies and Frontal Systems in the Martian
      Atmosphere (R.J. Wilson, D. Hinson, M.D. Smith)

Mars Atmosphere Modeling and Observation Workshop: Granada, Spain, 2003

  • Granada 2003 Workshop
    • GCM Simulation of thermal tides (J. Wilson,
      D. Banfield, D. Hinson, and M.D. Smith)

    • The incorporation of water ice cloud microphysics
      in a Mars general circulation model (A. Rodin and J. Wilson)

  • Granada Mars GCM Intercomparison
    • Tide comparison …presented in Granada Spain: Jan. 2003

      Tide Comparison: (PDF)