Nilton O. Renno focuses on Atmospheric sciences, Mars Exploration Program, Convection, Convective available potential energy and Atmosphere. His Atmospheric sciences study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Storm, Dust devil, Mineral dust, Saltation and Atmospheric electricity. In the subject of general Mars Exploration Program, his work in Martian and Martian surface is often linked to Phoenix, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His Convection study which covers Precipitation that intersects with Climatology, Seasonality, Atmospheric Model Intercomparison Project and Cape. He interconnects Potential temperature, Convective heat transfer and Boundary layer in the investigation of issues within Convective available potential energy. His Atmosphere study incorporates themes from Planetary boundary layer, Cirrus, Climate change and Ice crystals.
Nilton O. Renno mostly deals with Mars Exploration Program, Atmospheric sciences, Astrobiology, Martian and Dust devil. As a part of the same scientific study, Nilton O. Renno usually deals with the Mars Exploration Program, concentrating on Meteorology and frequently concerns with Environmental monitoring. His Atmospheric sciences research integrates issues from Atmosphere, Convection, Climate change and Mineral dust, Aerosol.
Nilton O. Renno interconnects Planetary boundary layer and Radiative transfer in the investigation of issues within Atmosphere. His Martian study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Spacecraft and Dust storm. His Dust devil research incorporates elements of Storm, Mechanics, Geophysics and Atmospheric chemistry.
Nilton O. Renno mainly investigates Mars Exploration Program, Atmospheric sciences, Astrobiology, Martian and Gale crater. His Mars Exploration Program research includes themes of Spacecraft, Daytime and Dust storm. His Atmospheric sciences study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Atmosphere, Convection, Aerosol, Water vapor and Relative humidity.
His studies deal with areas such as Environmental data and Water cycle as well as Astrobiology. Atmosphere of Mars is the focus of his Martian research. The concepts of his Gale crater study are interwoven with issues in Atmospheric water, Thermal, Forcing and Opacity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mars Exploration Program, Atmospheric sciences, Martian, Water vapor and Aerosol. His work on Martian surface and Gale crater as part of general Mars Exploration Program study is frequently connected to Particle size, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. The Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Convection, Efflorescence and Exploration of Mars.
His Martian research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Atmosphere and Aerospace engineering. His work carried out in the field of Water vapor brings together such families of science as Humidity and Relative humidity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climate change, Saltation and Surface runoff.
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Intraseasonal oscillations in 15 atmospheric general circulation models: results from an AMIP diagnostic subproject
J. M. Slingo;K. R. Sperber;J. S. Boyle;J.-P. Ceron.
Climate Dynamics (1996)
H2O at the Phoenix landing site.
P. H. Smith;L. K. Tamppari;R. E. Arvidson;D. Bass.
Contrasting convective regimes over the Amazon: Implications for cloud electrification
E. Williams;D. Rosenfeld;N. Madden;J. Gerlach.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
An Analysis of the Conditional Instability of the Tropical Atmosphere
Earle Williams;Nilton Renno.
Monthly Weather Review (1993)
Volatile and organic compositions of sedimentary rocks in Yellowknife Bay, Gale crater, Mars.
Douglas W. Ming;P. D. Archer;D. P. Glavin;J. L. Eigenbrode.
A radar and electrical study of tropical hot towers
E. R. Williams;S. A. Rutledge;S. G. Geotis;N. Renno.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1992)
Transient liquid water and water activity at Gale crater on Mars
F. Javier Martín-Torres;F. Javier Martín-Torres;María Paz Zorzano;Patricia Valentín-Serrano;Ari Matti Harri.
Nature Geoscience (2015)
A Simple Thermodynamical Theory for Dust Devils
Nilton O. Rennó;Matthew L. Burkett;Matthew P. Larkin.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1998)
A comprehensive numerical model of steady state saltation (COMSALT)
Jasper F. Kok;Nilton O. Renno.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2009)
REMS: The Environmental Sensor Suite for the Mars Science Laboratory Rover
J. Gómez-Elvira;C. Armiens;L. Castañer;M. Domínguez.
Space Science Reviews (2012)
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