Sébastien Lebonnois mainly investigates Atmospheric sciences, Atmosphere, Venus, Environmental science and Atmosphere of Mars. His research in Atmospheric sciences intersects with topics in Titan, Latitude and Water vapor. His Atmosphere study incorporates themes from Martian, Astrobiology, Wind profile power law and Tropopause.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Cloud top and Altitude in addition to Venus. Sébastien Lebonnois carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Environmental science and Remote sensing. Sébastien Lebonnois has researched Atmosphere of Mars in several fields, including Polar vortex and Ozone.
Sébastien Lebonnois mainly focuses on Atmospheric sciences, Venus, Environmental science, Titan and Atmosphere. His Atmospheric sciences research integrates issues from General Circulation Model, Longitude, Latitude and Mars Exploration Program. His Mars Exploration Program research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Meteorology, Water vapor and Atmospheric chemistry.
Atmosphere of Venus is the focus of his Venus research. His Titan research includes elements of Storm, Thermal, Stratosphere, Haze and Polar. His work carried out in the field of Atmosphere brings together such families of science as Baroclinity, Climate model, Astrophysics and Diurnal cycle.
His primary areas of study are Venus, Environmental science, Atmospheric sciences, Atmosphere of Venus and Atmosphere. The various areas that Sébastien Lebonnois examines in his Venus study include Climatology, GCM transcription factors, Albedo and Planet, Astrophysics. The Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Altitude, Latitude and Thermosphere.
His Atmosphere of Venus research incorporates themes from Radio occultation and Supercritical fluid. He works mostly in the field of Atmosphere, limiting it down to concerns involving Radiative transfer and, occasionally, Convection, Cloud top, Mixed layer, Standing wave and Geophysics. His Atmosphere of Titan study, which is part of a larger body of work in Titan, is frequently linked to Collapse, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Atmosphere, Venus, Atmospheric sciences, Latitude and Kelvin wave. His study looks at the relationship between Atmosphere and topics such as Radiative transfer, which overlap with Astrophysics, Absorption and Albedo. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Planet and Standing wave.
His Atmospheric sciences study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Atmosphere of Venus. His Latitude research includes themes of Titan and Zonal and meridional. His Kelvin wave research focuses on Thermosphere and how it relates to Atmospheric circulation, Occultation, Mesosphere, Longitude and Airglow.
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The Latitudinal Distribution of Clouds on Titan
Pascal Rannou;Pascal Rannou;Franck Montmessin;Franck Montmessin;F. Hourdin;F. Hourdin;Sébastien Lebonnois;Sébastien Lebonnois.
Superrotation of Venus' atmosphere analyzed with a full general circulation model
Sébastien Lebonnois;Frédéric Hourdin;Vincent Eymet;Audrey Crespin.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Three-dimensional modeling of ozone on Mars
Franck Lefèvre;Sébastien Lebonnois;Franck Montmessin;François Forget.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Density and temperatures of the upper Martian atmosphere measured by stellar occultations with Mars Express SPICAM
François Forget;Franck Montmessin;Jean-Loup Bertaux;Francisco González-Galindo.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2009)
Hydrogen peroxide on Mars: evidence for spatial and seasonal variations
Thérèse Encrenaz;Bruno Bézard;Thomas K. Greathouse;M. J. Richter.
Scientific goals for the observation of Venus by VIRTIS on ESA/Venus Express mission
P. Drossart;G. Piccioni;A. Adriani;F. Angrilli.
Planetary and Space Science (2007)
The planetary fourier spectrometer (PFS) onboard the European Venus Express mission
V. Formisano;F. Angrilli;G. Arnold;S. Atreya.
Planetary and Space Science (2005)
SPICAM on Mars Express: Observing modes and overview of UV spectrometer data and scientific results
Jean-Loup Bertaux;Jean-Loup Bertaux;Oleg Korablev;Séverine Perrier;Séverine Perrier;Eric Quémerais;Eric Quémerais.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
South-polar features on Venus similar to those near the north pole
G. Piccioni;P. Drossart;A. Sanchez-Lavega;R. Hueso.
Variable winds on Venus mapped in three dimensions
Augustin Sanchez-Lavega;Ricardo Hueso;Giuseppe Piccioni;Pierre Drossart.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
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