International Conference on Mars Aeronomy 2017

Conference Dates:  15-19 May 2017
Location:  Boulder, Colorado, USA
Abstract deadline:  24 March 2017
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The conference will focus on the Mars upper atmosphere, ionosphere, magnetosphere, and solar-wind interactions, their effects on loss of atmospheric gas to space, and their dynamical and compositional interactions with the lower atmosphere.  Recent spacecraft missions have provided tremendous new data sets that allow us to describe the behavior of the upper atmosphere and plasma environment, understand the underlying physical processes, and extrapolate atmospheric loss to past epochs.  This conference will bring together all of these aspects, including pertinent observations, analyses, theoretical models, and results.