Juan M. Lora

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Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

Publications

Articles in refereed journals

  1. Lora, J. M., J. I. Lunine, and J. L. Russell (2014). GCM simulations of Titan's middle and lower atmosphere. Submitted to Icarus.
  2. Lora, J. M., J. I. Lunine, J. L. Russell, and A. G. Hayes (2014). Simulations of Titan's paleoclimate. Icarus, in press.
  3. Griffith, C. A., J. M. Lora, J. Turner, P. F. Penteado, R. H. Brown, M. G. Tomasko, L. Doose, and C. See (2012). Possible tropical lakes on Titan from observations of dark terrain. Nature 486, 237--239.
  4. Lora, J.M., P. J. Goodman, J. L. Russell, and J. I. Lunine (2011). Insolation in Titan's troposphere. Icarus 216, 116--119.

Conference Presentations

  1. Lora, J.M., J. Russell and J. Lunine, 2013. "Titan's methane cycle and the surface energy budget." Poster. AGU meeting, abstract #P53D-1901
  2. Lora, J.M., J. Russell and J. Lunine, 2013. "Surface energy budget from a Titan GCM with realistic radiative transfer." Poster. DPS meeting, abstract #309.04.
  3. Neish, C.D., R.D. Lorenz, J.L. Molaro, J.M. Lora, et al., 2013. "The unusual crater Soi on Titan: Possible formation scenarios." Talk. LPSC, abstract #2079.
  4. Lora, J.M., J. Russell and J. Lunine, 2012. "Distribution of radiative heating rates in Titan's lower atmosphere." Poster. AGU Meeting, abstract #P21E-1889.
  5. Griffith, C. A., J. M. Lora, J. D. Turner, P. F. Penteado, R. H. Brown, M. G. Tomasko, L. Doose, and C. See. "Oases on Titan?" Talk. DPS meeting, abstract #400.02.
  6. Lora, J.M., J. Russell and J. Lunine. "Insolation distribution in Titan's lower atmosphere." Talk. Titan Through Time 2 Workshop, GSFC.
  7. Lora, J.M., P. Goodman, J. Russell and J. Lunine, 2011. "Insolation and Titan's tropospheric circulation." Poster. EPSC-DPS joint meeting, abstract #176.
  8. Molaro, J.L., J.M. Lora and S. Byrne, 2011. "Fluvial erosion of impact craters on Titan." Poster. EPSC-DPS joint meeting, abstract #629.
  9. Lora, J.M., C.A. Griffith, J. Turner and P. Penteado, 2010. "Evidence for ethane on Titan's tropical surface." Talk. DPS meeting, abstract #55.09.