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: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:Atkinson J., Dreyer C.B., Abbud-Madrid A., Prasad M.
Force, torque, pressure, and temperature data for all experiments. Files labeled "FT_T....txt" contain force, torque, and temperature data, "MP_T....txt" contains pressure and vertical stage motion data. All .csv files contain the average curves for tests as described in Table 1 of the manuscript. SampleOverview.xlsx contains an overview of sample compaction information. CurveDisplay.m is a simple Matlab code designed to enable quick visualization of the force/torque data.
Contributors:Jung-Kyu Lee, Ho Jin, Omid Ghassemi, Rachel Maxwell, Hyojeong Lee, Seul-Min Baek, Ian Garrick-Bethell, Megan Kelley, Seongwhan Lee, Khan-Hyuk Kim
LVL 0 magnetometer data product description:
The data is given in 24 hour frames with the decimal DOY (day of year) as the title, and is further split into half orbits, exploiting the nearly polar orbit of the LP spacecraft. Each struct contains the following:
Col 1: LP LVL0 magnetometer data and position array (data)*
Col 2: start of half-orbit in julian-time (jdstart)
Col 3: end of half-orbit in julian-time (jdstop)
Col 4: start of half-orbit in decimal doy (doystart)
Col 5: end of half-orbit in decimal doy (doystop)
Col 6: longitude at equator crossing (eqlon)
* The description for the mag data arrays is as follows:
Col 1: julian date
Col 2: decimal doy
Col 3: B_x (nT)
Col 4: B_y (nT)
Col 5: B_z (nT)
Col 6: |B| (field magnitude) (nT)
Col 7: julian date corresponding to spacecraft position/trajectory (Col 8-12)(redundant)
Col 8: radius of spacecraft relative to fixed lunar center (km)
Col 9: spacecraft translational velocity (km/s)
Col 10: latitude (deg)
Col 11: longitude (deg)
Col 12: altitude (km)
Contributors:XY LUO, Jenny Qian Du, Chenyu Huang, Jihao Yin
The dataset is 2 Level collected by Chandrayaan-1 includes 85 contiguous bands from 460 nm to 2970 nm with 140-280 m spatial resolution for global observations. The data ID of the research area is M3G20090118T022705-V01-RFL, which can be downloaded from (http://pds-imaging.jpl.nasa.gov/data/m3).
Contributors:Anderson R.B., Rubin D.M., Lewis K.W., Edgar L.A., Newman C.
gale2_1mded.tif = Digital elevation model of the study area.
PSP_001422_1750_RED.jp2 = Full-resolution HiRISE image of the study area.
PSP_001422_1750_REDmos_hijitreged_o1m.j2k = 1m scale ortho image.
*.tfw files are "world files" containing map projection information.
Contributors:Blain D., Li C., Orton G., Fouchet T., Encrenaz T., Drossart P., Greathouse T., Charnay B., Bezard B., Lellouch E., N. Fletcher L.
Contains three spectral cubes of Jupiter at 5 microns obtained on 16 January 2016 (UT) using Texas Echelon X-Echelle Spectrograph (TEXES) mounted on the InfraRed Telescope Facility (IRTF) at Mauna Kea, Hawaii.
The spectral cubes have a size of ~60x95 pixels, depending of the cube. On each spectral cube, nearly all the disk of Jupiter is visible, lacking only a few pixels near the poles.
The three spectral cubes together cover the 90--360 system III degree west longitudinal range.
The spectral range is comprised between ~1930 and ~1945 cm-1 (~5 microns), divided in ~200 samples with a spectral resolution of ~0.15 cm-1.
This spectral range contains essentially a NH3 line located at ~1939 cm-1, and probes the atmosphere of Jupiter in the 1--4 bar region.
More informations can be found in the README file (including a file format description and examples of utilization), and in the related article.
The dataset consists of a map of surface reflectivity at 1064 nm for Mars (finalreferencemap) mapped in eastward longitude-latitude coordinates and the necessary data to recalibrate MOLA passive radiometry (uncalib_reflect and uncalib_reflect_bias).
uncalib_reflect is the reflectivity inferred from Minnaert-corrected passive radiometry data for 10 albedo regions on Mars. uncalib_reflect_bias is the estimated reflectivity bias relative to Hubble Space Telescope analysis of uncalib_reflect.
This data is stored in a version 3 netCDF file.