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  List of Accepted Contributions - PS7 Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer in Planetary Atmospheres

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Manuilova, R.O.; Gusev, O.A.; Kutepov, A.A.; Feofilov, A.G.; Yankovsky, V.A.
The new model of non-equilibrium middle atmosphere radiation in the infrared ro-vibrational water vapor bands. (withdrawn)

Yung, Y; Zhang, X; Liang, M; Shia, R; Orton, G; Mainzer, A; Burgdorf, M
Radiative Modeling of the Atmosphere of Neptune

Boudon, V.; Champion, J.-P.; Loëte, M.; Wenger, Ch.
Present status of methane spectroscopy for planetary applications

Orphal, J.
High-resolution spectroscopy in the near-infrared for atmospheric applications

Dufour, G.; Boone, C.; Walker, K.; Bernath, P.
Retrieval of minor tropospheric constituents from the ACE-FTS instrument onboard the Scisat-1 satellite and applications

Fomin, B.
Evolution of spectroscopic information over the last years and its effect on line-by-line calculations for validation of radiative transfer models for planetary atmospheres

Drossart, P.; Piccioni, G.; the VIRTIS/Venus Express team
Radiative transfer models for VIRTIS observations on Venus Express

Slanger, T.G.; Kalogerakis, K.S.; Romanescu, C.; Lee, L.C.; Ahmed, M.; Wilson, K.R.
The visible dayglow emission at Venus and Mars; some conclusions from laboratory measurements

Jacquinet-Husson, N.; Capelle, V.; Crépeau, L.; Scott, N.A.; Armante, R.; Chédin, A.; Coustenis, A.
The GEISA 2008 edition: presentation and evaluation for planetary atmosphere studies

Kutepov, A.A.; Feofilov, A.G.; Manuilova, R.O.; Yankovsky, V.A.; Rezac, L.; Pesnell, W.D.; Goldberg, R.A.
The ALI-ARMS Code for Modeling the Atmospheric Non-LTE Molecular Band Emissions: Current Status and Applications

Crisp, D.
Frontiers in radiative transfer for remote sensing and climate modeling of Venus and Mars

Gronoff, G.; Lilensten, J.; Simon, C.; Barthélemy, M.; Dutuit, O.
The Barth vs Frederick/Kopp processes as the source of the nightside green line emission in the atmospheres. The case of Venus.

Tinetti, G.
Detecting molecules in the atmospheres of transit exoplanets

Barthelemy, M.; Gronoff, G.; Lilensten, J.; Chaufray, J-Y
Radiative transfer of the oxygen 130nm triplet through the atmosphere of Mars and Venus.

Blackie, D; Blackwell-Whitehead, R; Stark, G; Pickering, J.C; Rufus, J; Smith, P; Thorne, A
Sulphur Dioxide: High resolution ultra-violet absorption cross sections at 200K and 160K

Mertens, C.
Storm-Time Characterization and Analysis of Earth’s Ionospheric E-Region from TIMED/SABER Observations of Broadband 4.3 um Limb Emission

Ustinov, E
Adjoint approach to evaluation of weighting functions for remote sensing of scattering planetary atmospheres in thermal spectral region with limb-viewing geometry

Martin-Torres, F. J.; Letchworth, K. L.; Benner, D. C.
A new algorithm for the implementation of spectroscopic lineshapes and speed-dependence for radiative transfer modeling in planetary atmospheres

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