Antonin H. Bouchez, Ph.D.

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2004 California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
Area:
Astronomy and Astrophysics, Geophysics
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Michael E. (Mike) Brown grad student 2004 Caltech
 (Seasonal trends in Titan's atmosphere: Haze, wind, and clouds.)
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de Pater I, Ádámkovics M, Bouchez AH, et al. (2006) Titan imagery with Keck adaptive optics during and after probe entry Journal of Geophysical Research E: Planets. 111
Schaller EL, Brown ME, Roe HG, et al. (2006) Dissipation of Titan's south polar clouds Icarus. 184: 517-523
Schaller EL, Brown ME, Roe HG, et al. (2006) A large cloud outburst at Titan's south pole Icarus. 182: 224-229
Roe HG, Brown ME, Schaller EL, et al. (2005) Geographic control of Titan's mid-latitude clouds. Science (New York, N.Y.). 310: 477-9
Barnes JW, Brown RH, Turtle EP, et al. (2005) A 5-micron-bright spot on Titan: evidence for surface diversity. Science (New York, N.Y.). 310: 92-5
West RA, Brown ME, Salinas SV, et al. (2005) No oceans on Titan from the absence of a near-infrared specular reflection. Nature. 436: 670-2
Bouchez AH, Brown ME. (2005) Statistics of Titan's south polar tropospheric clouds Astrophysical Journal. 618
Roe HG, Bouchez AH, Trujillo CA, et al. (2005) Discovery of temperate latitude clouds on Titan Astrophysical Journal. 618: L49-L52
Roe HG, de Pater I, Gibbard SG, et al. (2004) A new 1.6-micron map of Titan's surface Geophysical Research Letters. 31: L17S03 1-4
Brown ME, Bouchez AH, Griffith CA. (2002) Direct detection of variable tropospheric clouds near Titan's south pole. Nature. 420: 795-7
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