Stéphane Le Mouélic mostly deals with Titan, Infrared, Spectral line, Mineralogy and Remote sensing. Stéphane Le Mouélic brings together Titan and Environmental science to produce work in his papers. His Infrared research incorporates elements of Astrobiology, Spectrometer and Spectral resolution.
His Spectral line study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Endmember and Near-infrared spectroscopy. His Mineralogy research incorporates themes from Radiometer, Aerosol, Synthetic aperture radar, Radar imaging and Mafic. In general Remote sensing study, his work on Interferometric synthetic aperture radar often relates to the realm of Phase, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His main research concerns Titan, Astrobiology, Mars Exploration Program, Remote sensing and Spectrometer. Stéphane Le Mouélic combines subjects such as Planetary science, Latitude, Infrared and Atmospheric sciences with his study of Titan. His research in Infrared intersects with topics in Spectral line and Spectral resolution.
Stéphane Le Mouélic has researched Astrobiology in several fields, including Spacecraft and Cloud cover. Stéphane Le Mouélic interconnects Sedimentary rock, Geochemistry, Outcrop and Mineralogy in the investigation of issues within Mars Exploration Program. His Remote sensing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Pixel, Aerosol and Interferometry.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mars Exploration Program, Outcrop, Titan, Geologic map and Virtual reality. His research on Mars Exploration Program also deals with topics like
Titan is a subfield of Astrobiology that he tackles. His work investigates the relationship between Geologic map and topics such as Impact crater that intersect with problems in Morpho, Hyperspectral imaging, Spectral line, Seismology and Focus. Stéphane Le Mouélic works mostly in the field of Virtual reality, limiting it down to topics relating to Photogrammetry and, in certain cases, Computer graphics, Mars Hand Lens Imager and Geospatial analysis.
His primary areas of study are Titan, North pole, Mars Exploration Program, Observational evidence and Climatology. His work on Atmospheric sciences expands to the thematically related Titan. His research in Mars Exploration Program intersects with topics in Sedimentary rock, Wavelength, Outcrop and Diagenesis.
His Outcrop study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Structural basin, Geologic map, Scale, Visualization and Virtual reality.
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Detection and mapping of hydrocarbon deposits on Titan
Roger N. Clark;John M. Curchin;Jason W. Barnes;Ralf Jaumann.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Correlations between Cassini VIMS spectra and RADAR SAR images: Implications for Titan's surface composition and the character of the Huygens Probe Landing Site
Laurence A. Soderblom;Randolph L. Kirk;Jonathan I. Lunine;Jeffrey A. Anderson.
Planetary and Space Science (2007)
Spectroscopy, morphometry, and photoclinometry of Titan's dunefields from Cassini/VIMS
Jason W. Barnes;Robert H. Brown;Laurence Soderblom;Christophe Sotin.
Global-scale surface spectral variations on Titan seen from Cassini/VIMS
Jason W. Barnes;Robert H. Brown;Laurence Soderblom;Bonnie J. Buratti.
Monitoring of slow ground deformation by ERS radar interferometry on the Vauvert salt mine (France): Comparison with ground-based measurement
Daniel Raucoules;Christophe Maisons;Claudie Carnec;Stéphane Le Mouelic.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2003)
Fluvial erosion and post-erosional processes on Titan
Ralf Jaumann;Robert H. Brown;Katrin Stephan;Jason W. Barnes.
Organic sedimentary deposits in Titan's dry lakebeds: Probable evaporite
Jason W. Barnes;Jacob Bow;Jacob Schwartz;Jacob Schwartz;Robert H. Brown.
Oxidation of manganese in an ancient aquifer, Kimberley formation, Gale crater, Mars
Nina L. Lanza;Roger C. Wiens;Raymond E. Arvidson;Benton C. Clark.
Geophysical Research Letters (2016)
Discrimination between maturity and composition of lunar soils from integrated Clementine UV‐visible/near‐infrared data: Application to the Aristarchus Plateau
Stéphane Le Mouélic;Yves Langevin;Stéphane Erard;Patrick Pinet.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2000)
First detection of fluorine on Mars: Implications for Gale Crater's geochemistry
Olivier Forni;Olivier Forni;Michael Gaft;Michael J. Toplis;Michael J. Toplis;Samuel M. Clegg.
Geophysical Research Letters (2015)
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