His main research concerns Geophysics, Mars Exploration Program, Solar wind, DNA damage and Ice crystals. The various areas that David L. Mitchell examines in his Geophysics study include Martian, Mars global surveyor, Magnetometer, Magnetosphere and Lunar swirls. His Mars Exploration Program study combines topics in areas such as Crust, Magnetic anomaly, Shock wave, Astrophysics and Dynamo.
His studies in Solar wind integrate themes in fields like Exploration of Mars, Aerobraking, Field line, Ionosphere and Astrobiology. His DNA damage research includes elements of Mutation and Photolyase, DNA repair. The Ice crystals study combines topics in areas such as Cirrus, Cloud base, Computational physics and Radiative transfer.
His primary areas of investigation include Mars Exploration Program, Martian, Geophysics, Solar wind and Atmospheric sciences. His Mars Exploration Program study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Field line, Atmosphere and Ionosphere. His study in Martian is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bow shock and Altitude.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Magnetometer, Magnetosphere, Astrophysics and Solar zenith angle in addition to Geophysics. His work in Solar wind addresses issues such as Computational physics, which are connected to fields such as Optics. In general Atmospheric sciences study, his work on Cirrus often relates to the realm of Ice nucleus, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
David L. Mitchell focuses on Mars Exploration Program, Martian, Solar wind, Atmosphere of Mars and Ionosphere. His research integrates issues of Astrophysics and Atomic physics in his study of Mars Exploration Program. His Martian study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Magnetosphere, Computational physics, Magnetohydrodynamics and Bow shock.
His Solar wind research integrates issues from Proxy, Geophysics and Meteorology. He has included themes like Solar zenith angle, Perihelion and aphelion and Atmospheric escape in his Ionosphere study. David L. Mitchell focuses mostly in the field of Atmospheric sciences, narrowing it down to topics relating to Climate model and, in certain cases, Cirrus.
Mars Exploration Program, Martian, Solar wind, Ionosphere and Atmosphere of Mars are his primary areas of study. David L. Mitchell combines subjects such as Computational physics, Electron acceleration and Astrophysics with his study of Mars Exploration Program. His Martian research focuses on Magnetohydrodynamics and how it connects with Orbit.
His studies deal with areas such as Proxy, Geophysics and Meteorology as well as Solar wind. His Ionosphere research includes themes of Ambipolar diffusion, Venus, Field line, Pressure gradient and Atmospheric escape. In his research, Molecular physics is intimately related to Atmosphere, which falls under the overarching field of Atmosphere of Mars.
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Global distribution of crustal magnetization discovered by the mars global surveyor MAG/ER experiment
M. H. Acuna;J. E. P. Connerney;N. F. Ness;R. P. Lin.
The biology of the (6-4) photoproduct.
David L. Mitchell;Rodney S. Nairn.
Photochemistry and Photobiology (1989)
Magnetic Field and Plasma Observations at Mars: Initial Results of the Mars Global Surveyor Mission
M. H. Acuña;J. E. P. Connerney;P. Wasilewski;R. P. Lin.
Toward a Minimal Representation of Aerosols in Climate Models: Description and Evaluation in the Community Atmosphere Model CAM5
Xiaohong Liu;Richard C. Easter;Steven J. Ghan;Rahul A. Zaveri.
Geoscientific Model Development (2012)
Use of Mass- and Area-Dimensional Power Laws for Determining Precipitation Particle Terminal Velocities
David L. Mitchell.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1996)
Magnetic lineations in the ancient crust of mars
J. E. P. Connerney;M. H. Acuña;P. J. Wasilewski;N. F. Ness.
The relative cytotoxicity of (6-4) photoproducts and cyclobutane dimers in mammalian cells.
David L. Mitchell.
Photochemistry and Photobiology (2008)
The Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution ( MAVEN ) Mission
Bruce M. Jakosky;R. P. Lin;J. M. Grebowsky;J. G. Luhmann.
Space Science Reviews (2015)
The solar wind interaction with Mars: Locations and shapes of the bow shock and the magnetic pile-up boundary from the observations of the MAG/ER Experiment onboard Mars Global Surveyor
D. Vignes;C. Mazelle;H. Rme;M. H. Acuña.
Geophysical Research Letters (2000)
Parameterization of the scattering and absorption properties of individual ice crystals
Ping Yang;K. N. Liou;Klaus Wyser;David Mitchell.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2000)
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