Nicholas A Teanby spends much of his time researching Atmospheric sciences, Stratosphere, Titan, Latitude and Atmosphere. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Zonal and meridional, Equator, Troposphere and Saturn. His Equator study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stratopause, Haze and Southern Hemisphere.
He combines Titan and Environmental science in his research. His Atmosphere research includes themes of Seismometer, Planet, Geophysics and Moment magnitude scale. His Spectral line study incorporates themes from Astrobiology, Solar System, ICARUS, Radiative transfer and Absorption spectroscopy.
His main research concerns Titan, Astrobiology, Environmental science, Stratosphere and Atmospheric sciences. The Titan study combines topics in areas such as Spectral line, Radiative transfer, Astrophysics and Latitude. His research investigates the link between Spectral line and topics such as Solar System that cross with problems in Planet.
His research integrates issues of Spacecraft, Orbiter and Water vapor in his study of Astrobiology. His Stratosphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Spectral resolution, Haze, Far infrared, Infrared spectroscopy and Polar. His studies in Atmospheric sciences integrate themes in fields like Equator and Equinox.
Nicholas A Teanby mainly investigates Titan, Mars Exploration Program, Atmosphere, Astrobiology and Environmental science. Nicholas A Teanby interconnects Planetary science, Millimeter, Stratosphere and Ionosphere in the investigation of issues within Titan. He has included themes like Spectral line and Atmosphere of Titan in his Stratosphere study.
Nicholas A Teanby has researched Mars Exploration Program in several fields, including Seismology, Seismic noise, Seismometer and Geophysics. His Atmosphere study combines topics in areas such as Troposphere, Neptune and Astrophysics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Spacecraft, Orbiter and Radiative transfer in addition to Astrobiology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Atmosphere, Titan, Mars Exploration Program, Environmental science and Astrobiology. His study in Atmosphere is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Neptune, Astrophysics and Uranus. His studies examine the connections between Neptune and genetics, as well as such issues in Troposphere, with regards to Solar System, Subsidence, Equator, Very Large Telescope and Latitude.
His work carried out in the field of Titan brings together such families of science as Planetary science, Millimeter, Stratosphere and Ionosphere. His Mars Exploration Program research incorporates themes from Seismology and Seismometer. His work is dedicated to discovering how Astrobiology, Orbiter are connected with Radiative transfer and other disciplines.
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The composition of Titan's stratosphere from Cassini/CIRS mid-infrared spectra
Athena Coustenis;Richard K. Achterberg;Barney J. Conrath;Donald E. Jennings.
The NEMESIS planetary atmosphere radiative transfer and retrieval tool
P.G.J. Irwin;N.A. Teanby;R. de Kok;L.N. Fletcher.
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer (2008)
Titan's atmospheric temperatures, winds, and composition
F. M. Flasar;R. K. Achterberg;B. J. Conrath;P. J. Gierasch.
Automation of Shear-Wave Splitting Measurements using Cluster Analysis
N. A. Teanby;J.-M. Kendall;M. van der Baan.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2004)
Mars Climate Sounder limb profile retrieval of atmospheric temperature, pressure, and dust and water ice opacity
Armin Kleinböhl;John T. Schofield;David M. Kass;Wedad A. Abdou.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2009)
Vertical abundance profiles of hydrocarbons in Titan's atmosphere at 15° S and 80° N retrieved from Cassini/CIRS spectra
Sandrine Vinatier;Bruno Bezard;Thierry Fouchet;Nicholas A Teanby.
Temperatures, winds, and composition in the saturnian system.
F. M. Flasar;R. K. Achterberg;B. J. Conrath;J. C. Pearl.
SEIS: Insight’s Seismic Experiment for Internal Structure of Mars
P. Lognonné;W. B. Banerdt;D. Giardini;W. T. Pike.
Space Science Reviews (2019)
Analysis of Cassini/CIRS limb spectra of Titan acquired during the nominal mission I. Hydrocarbons, nitriles and CO2 vertical mixing ratio profiles
Sandrine Vinatier;Sandrine Vinatier;Bruno Bézard;Conor A. Nixon;Conor A. Nixon;Andrei Mamoutkine.
Titan trace gaseous composition from CIRS at the end of the Cassini–Huygens prime mission
A. Coustenis;D.E. Jennings;C.A. Nixon;C.A. Nixon;R.K. Achterberg.
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