Contributors:Marisa Palucis, Bradley Garczynski, William Dietrich, Justin Jasper
The supporting information consists of:
1. A text file with seven supporting figures with captions (referred to as S1-S7 in the paper), as well as additional text (and Figures S8 – S10) that gives detail on the Monte Carlo model used to assign ages to martian landforms in the Gale Crater region.
2. Matlab scripts to generate Figures 2, 5, 7, and 8 in the main text, and an example crater counting file (.diam)
3. Crater count data for the features mapped in Figure 9 (and S7), as well as Table S1 and S2 (both in .xlsx and .csv format)
Contributors:Christina Smith, John Moores
Data files for the submitted Icarus paper: "Modeled Small-scale Crack Orientations on Martian Surface Rocks caused by Differential Insolation-Mobilized Water". Data files contain the results of the combination of geometric and radiative transfer models. Data files are for a specific depth, width and length of V-shaped crack (as specified in the filename, where d is the depth, w is the width, and l is the length). These files are for those runs with no diurnal or seasonal restrictions. The files themselves are in the following format:
planetary latitude (degrees) \t Solar longitude (degrees) \t crack offset clockwise from north (degrees) \t total energy received by the bottom third of the crack (J).
Energy is calculated using the dimensions in meters so these values should be scaled according to the actual dimensions of the crack or can be used as a relative energy for different geometries and orientations (as in the paper).
Contributors:Johannes Meusburger, Ronald Miletich, Martin Ende, Dominik Talla, Philipp Matzinger, Manfred Wildner
Tables of the refined atomic positions and atomic displacement parameters, as well as lists of interatomic distances
Contributors:Hamann C., Stojic A.N., Morlok A., Martin D., Wogelius R., Hiesinger H., Weber I., Helbert J., Joy K.H.
The files cover the mid-infrared spectra of bulk powders (Spectrum_MeltDroplet_) as in Figure 7a; the single micro-FTIR spectra (Spectrum_) as in Figure 7b-d, the micro-FTIR maps (FTIR-map_) as in Figures 3 - 5b.
Contributors:Michelle Kirchoff, William McKinnon
The FORTRAN code used to compute visco-elastic-plastic stresses in Io's crust resulting from temperature changes due to changing advective heat flow using finite difference methods. Details and supporting information are given in Kirchoff, M.R., 2006, Mountain building on Io: An unsteady relationship between volcanism and tectonism (Earth and Planetary Sci.). Washington University, Saint Louis, Missouri (Ph.D. Thesis). See also Kirchoff, M.R. & McKinnon, W.B., 2009, Formation of mountains on Io: Variable volcanism and thermal stresses. Icarus 201, 598–614.
This file contains retrievals of column-integrated dust and water ice aerosol optical depth on Mars using infrared images from the THEMIS instrument on-board the Mars Odyssey spacecraft.
Contributors:Ma P., Hu X., Huang J., Britt D., Lu X., Hsu W., Sun Y., Zhang H., Wei R., Wang W., Jiang T., Yang Y., Mei B.
See "Fig&Table_collection.docx" for descriptions of each figure and table data. "I_F" means radiance factor. "DOP" means Degree of Polarization. "Spectrum" means reflectance spectrum.
Contributors:Wanying Kang, Ming Cai, Eli Tziperman
Climatological fields for the Held-Suarez experiment with
a) normal meridioinal temperautre gradient. All_HS.nc
b) normal meridional temperature gradient and global uniform stratification. All_HS_S5.nc
c) normal meridional temperature gradient under eddy-free setup. All_HS_trm1.nc
d) normal meridional temperature gradient with seasonal cycle. annual mean: All_HS_season.nc. DJF: All_DJF_HS_season.nc
h) normal meridional temperature gradient with the seasonal cycle under eddy-free setup. DJF: All_DJF_HS_season_trm1.nc
e) reversed meridional temperature gradient. All_HotPole_ColdEQ.nc
f) reversed meridional temperature gradient and global uniform stratification. All_HotPole_ColdEQ_S5.nc
g) reversed meridional temperature gradient under eddy-free setup. All_HotPole_ColdEQ_trm1.nc
h) reversed meridional temperature gradient with the seasonal cycle. annual mean: All_HotPole_ColdEQ_season.nc. DJF: All_DJF_HotPole_ColdEQ_season.nc
h) reversed meridional temperature gradient with the seasonal cycle under eddy-free setup. DJF: All_DJF_HotPole_ColdEQ_season_trm1.nc
Matlab code used to do all the calculations:
a) Uprof.m: plotting the U, N2, S vertical profiles in Held Suarez models and the analytical form used in Eady model (Fig. S1)
b) drive_hadley.m, drive_hadley_momentumonly.m, drive_hadley_temperatureonly.m: budget analysis to identify the driver of Hadley cells. (Fig. 2, Fig. 8)
c) wave_structure_k.m: diagnose baroclinic eddy structure in Held Suarez model (Fig. 5)
d) PV_y.m: check baroclinic unstable necessary condition (not shown)
Generalized Eady model outputs:
a) Normal case fields: eady9d_k7_normTy_output.dat. Normal case growth rate: eady9d_k7_normTy_growthrate.dat
b) Reversed case fields: eady9d_k7_revTy_output.dat. Reversed case growth rate: eady9d_k7_revTy_growthrate.dat
These are the ArcMap files created and reported on in Noviello et al. (submitted here)
Contributors:Richard Binzel, Francesca DeMeo, Juan Sanchez, Stephen Slivan, Cristina Thomas, Tasha Dunn, Vishnu Reddy, Pierre Vernazza, Benoit Carry, Andrew Rivkin, Brian Burt, Mikael Granvik, Thomas Burbine, Mirel Birlan, Nicholas Moskovitz, Tomas Kohout, David Polishook, Alan Tokunaga, Cateline LANTZ, Schelte Bus, Alessandro Morbidelli
Tabulation of Taxonomic and Principal Component Analysis for near-Earth objects observed in the MIT-Hawaii Near-Earth Object Spectroscopic Survey (MITHNEOS)