Accepted, or in press

Newly formed craters on Mars located using seismic and acoustic wave data from InSight
Garcia et al.
Nature Geoscience

Spectral dynamics of the Martian atmospheric turbulence: InSight observations and large-eddy simulations
Temel O. et al.
Geophysical Research Letters

Troposphere-to-mesosphere microphysics of carbon dioxide clouds in a Mars Global Climate Model
Määttänen A. et al.
Icarus

Submitted, or in revision

Acoustics reveals short-term air temperature fluctuations near Mars' surface
Chide et al.
Geophysical Research Letters

Air-sea interactions on Titan: effect of radiative transfer on the lake evaporation and atmospheric circulation
Chatain et al.
The Planetary Science Journal

First absolute wind measurements in Saturn’s stratosphere from ALMA observations
Benmahi et al.
Astronomy and Astrophysics

Revisiting Atmospheric Features of Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter Data using Machine Learning Algorithms
Caillé et al.
Journal of Geophysical Research - Planets

An Extremely Elongated Cloud over Arsia Mons Volcano on Mars: II. Mesoscale modeling
Hernandez-Bernal J., A. Spiga, et al.
Journal of Geophysical Research - Planets

Machine learning and marsquakes: a tool to predict atmospheric-seismic noise for the NASA InSight mission
Stott A. et al.
Geophysical Journal International

Not accepted

The following paper was not accepted. It remains available as "Discussions" paper, along with the reviews and replies to reviews. There is nothing flawed (we believe) with this work but the reviewers had some concerns about its significance. We fully respect this peer-review decision and are happy that both the paper and discussions are available as an unpublished reference for the community.

An intercomparison of Large-Eddy Simulations of the Martian daytime convective boundary layer
Bertrand T., A. Spiga, S. Rafkin, A. Colaitis, F. Forget, and E. Millour
Geoscientific Model Development Discussions

How research activity looks like. Impressive indeed.

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