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Tuesday, 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.      Stratton 202 ("Sala")
G. W. Lockwood and L. M. Trafton, Moderators

15.01van der Tak F.      de Pater I.      Silva A.      Millan R.
Time Variability of the Radio Brightness Distribution of Saturn
15.02Cooray A. R.      Elliot J. L.      Bosh A. S.      Young L. A.      Shure M. A.
Stellar Occultation Observations of Saturn's North Polar Temperature Structure
15.03Edgington S. G.      Atreya S. K.      Trafton L. M.      Caldwell J. J.      Beebe R. F.      Simon A. A.      West R. A.      Barnet C.
Phosphine Mixing Ratios and Eddy Mixing Coefficients in the Troposphere of Saturn
15.04Lellouch E.      Feuchtgruber H.      de Graauw Th.      Bézard B.      Encrenaz Th.      Griffin M.
H2O and CO2 in the Upper Atmospheres of the Giant Planets
15.05Karkoschka E.
Temperature Measurements of the Jovian Planets and Titan by CCD Spectroscopy
15.06Moses J. I.
Meteoritic Influx on the Outer Planets:  Implications for Photochemistry
15.07Walter C. M.      Marley M. S.      Hammel H. B.
Spatial Distribution and Number Density of Scatterers in the Upper Uranian Atmosphere
15.08Trafton L. M.      Miller S.      Geballe T. R.      Tennyson J.      Ballester G. E.
On Uranus' Near-Infrared Auroral and Ionospheric Emissions
15.09Bézard B.      Encrenaz Th.      Feuchtgruber H.      Lellouch E.      de Graauw T.      Griffin M.      Atreya S. K.
ISO-SWS Observations of Neptune
15.10-PLockwood G. W.
Temporal and Spatial Variation of the Geometric Albedo of Uranus, 1953 - 1996
15.11-PHammel H. B.
Winds of Change on Uranus?
15.12-PEncrenaz Th.      Bézard B.      Feuchtgruber H.      Lellouch E.      de Graauw Th.      Kessler M. F.      Griffin M. J.      Atreya S. K.
ISO-SWS Observations of Uranus:  The Stratospheric Distribution of C2H2
15.13-PPodolak M.      Podolak J. I.      Marley M. S.
More Random Models of Uranus and Neptune
15.14-PFriedson A. J.
Self-Organization of Zonal Jets in Outer Planet Atmospheres:  Uranus and Neptune
15.15-PLeBeau R. P.      Dowling T. E.
Simulations of Time-Dependent Three-Dimensional Vortices with Application to Neptune's Great Dark Spot
15.16-PFeuchtgruber H.      Lellouch E.      de Graauw Th.      Encrenaz Th.      Griffin M.
Detection of HD on Neptune and Determination of D/H Ratio from ISO/SWS Measurements
15.17-PMaguire W. C.
Abundances of C2H4 (Ethylene) and Other Small Molecules in Neptune's Atmosphere from Voyager 2 Infrared Observations
15.18-PFu Y.      Borysow A.
Modeling of Collision-induced Absorption Spectra of H2-H2 Pairs for the Planetary Atmospheres Structure:  The Second Overtone Band
15.19-PParkinson C. D.      Griffioen E.      McConnell J. C.      Gladstone G. R.      Sandel B. R
He 584 Å Dayglow at Saturn:  A Reassessment
15.20-PSanchez-Lavega A.      Lecacheux J.      Colas F.      Acarreta J. R.      Gomez J. M.      Garcia A.      Miyazaki I.      Parker D.
The Extraordinary Activity of the Southern Equatorial Zone of Saturn During 1996
15.21-PMolnar L. A.      Dunn D. E.
Time Variability of the Microwave Structure of Saturn's Atmosphere
15.22-PDavis G. R.      Oldham P. G.      Griffin M. J.      Naylor D. A.      Swinyard B. M.      Ade P. A. R.      Burgdorf M.      Orton G. S.      Calcutt S. B.      Irwin P. G. J.      Gautier D.      Encrenaz Th.      Lellouch E.      de Graauw Th.
First Detection of Far-Infrared Methane Features in Saturn

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