PTYS/LPL Staff Scientists

Erich Karkoschka

Senior Staff Scientist
Planetary Astronomy, Planetary Atmospheres, Planetary Surfaces
Ph.D., 1990, The University of Arizona

Kuiper 215

Years with LPL: 1983-

Spectroscopy, photometry, development of astronomical instruments, data reduction techniques, modeling planetary atmospheres (chemical composition, vertical and horizontal structure of aerosol distribution, aerosol properties), methane and ammonia absorption spectra, interpretation of planetary ring and satellite photometry, Titan surface.


Complete publications list available from: NASA ADS Author search: Erich Karkoschka

Refereed publications (NASA ADS): Calendar Year 2016 through July 2018

Doose, L. R., Karkoschka, E., Tomasko, M. G., Anderson, C. M. Vertical structure and optical properties of Titan's aerosols from radiance measurements made inside and outside the atmosphere 2016Icar..270..355D

Karkoschka, E. Seasonal variation of Titan's haze at low and high altitudes from HST-STIS spectroscopy 2016Icar..270..339K

Karkoschka, E. Titan's meridional wind profile and Huygens' orientation and swing inferred from the geometry of DISR imaging 2016Icar..270..326K

Karkoschka, E., Schröder, S. E. The DISR imaging mosaic of Titan's surface and its dependence on emission angle 2016Icar..270..307K

Karkoschka, E., Schröder, S. E. Eight-color maps of Titan's surface from spectroscopy with Huygens' DISR 2016Icar..270..260K


Last updated on October 9, 2018