Accepted, or in press

The radiative and dynamical impact of clouds in the atmosphere of the Hot Jupiter WASP-43b
L. Teinturier, B. Charnay, A. Spiga, B. Bezard, et al.
Astronomy and Astrophysics

A Reappraisal of Near-Tropical Ice Stability on Mars
L. Lange et al.
Geophysical Research Letters

Investigating diurnal and seasonal turbulence variations of the Martian atmosphere using a spectral approach
N. Murdoch et al.
The Planetary Science Journal

Submitted, or in revision

Resolving Convection of CO2 Ice Clouds in the Martian Polar Nights
V. Caille et al.
Geophysical Research Letters

Dynamical phenomena in the Martian atmosphere through Mars Express imaging
A. Sanchez-Lavega et al.
Space Science Reviews

Patterns, Motivations, and Mitigation Strategies of Academic Travel: Insights from a Large-Scale Database
T. Ben Ari et al.
Environmental Research Letters

Global climate modeling of Jupiter's troposphere and the impact of dry and moist convection on jets
A. Boissinot, A. Spiga, S. Guerlet, S. Cabanes, D. Bardet
Astronomy and Astrophysics

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 We fully respect this peer-review decision and are happy that both the paper and discussions are available as an unpublished reference for the community.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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