James E. Tillman

Research Professor
Dept. Atmospheric Sciences
University of Washington
Box 351640
Seattle WA 98195-1640
(206) 543-4586, fax 543-0308
Email: mars@atmos.washington.edu

Technical reports, and data sets 
Processed, analyzed, archived 
Major Web presentations

Tillman, J. E., N. C. Johnson and G. LeCompte. Mars: Meteorology, Pathfinder and Viking missions, and Pathfinder atmospheric temperatures "Live from Mars". A major suite of WEB resources describing properties of Mars and its atmosphere, mission information and presenting plots and tabular meteorological data from these missions for use by scientists, teachers, students and the public. http://www-k12.atmos.washington.edu/k12/resources/mars_data-information/mars_overview.html

 Landberg, L., S.E. Larsen and J.E. Tillman,
The Boundary layer of Mars: Fluxes, stability, Turbulent spectra and the growth of the mixed layer. Risoe-Report R- 701 (EN), 54 pages, 1995.

Moroz, V.I., V.V. Kerzhanovich, V.A. Krasnopol'sky (eds.):
Moroz, V. I., Krasnopolsky, V. A., Kerzhanovich, V. V., Zhequlev, V. S., Petrova, E.V., Khatunstsev, I. V., Mauroy, Ph., Vargas, A., Haberle, R., Pollack, J., Tillman, J., Seiff, A., and Houben, H.;
MARS-94 Project: Engineering Model of the Martian Atmosphere, (MA 90), Space Research Institute of Academy of Sciences, USSR, 1990.

Numerous data sets from the Viking Meteorology experiment on Mars have been documented and archived at the NASA National Space Science Data Center and Planetary Data System's Atmospheres Node. e.g.,

Tillman, J. E.
A Study of the Spatial and Temporal Variation of Temperature in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer: Final Report, U.S. Army Research Office, Contract DAHC04 74 G022, University of Washington, Dept. Atmospheric Sciences, Seattle, Wa., 1979.

Tillman, J. E.
Characterization and Applications of Automated Networks for Mesoscale Meteorology: PP 6-16, Atmospheric Technology, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Winter 1974-75.

Cramer, H. E., F. A. Record, J. E. Tillman,
Investigations of Low Level Turbulent Structure for Various Surface Roughnesses and Gross Meteorological Circulations, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Meteorology Dept., Cont. DA49-092-ARO-66 for U. S. Army Research Office, Environmental Science Division, Arlington, Va., Feb. 1967.

Cramer, H. E., F. A. Record, J. E. Tillman,
Round Hill Turbulence Measurements, Vols. 1-5, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Meteorology Dept., Round Hill field Station, Grant DA-AMC-28-043-65-G10, for U. S. Army Atmospheric Sciences Lab., Ft. Huachuca, Az., 1966.

Cramer, H. E., F. A. Record, J. E. Tillman,
Studies of the Spectra of the Vertical Fluxes of Momentum, Heat and Moisture in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer, Final Report, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Meteorology Dept., Round Hill field Station, Contract. DA-36-039-SC-80209 for U. S. Army, Meteorology Department, Electronic Proving Ground, Ft. Huachuca, Az., 1962.

Cramer, H. E., F. A. Record, J. E. Tillman and H. C. Vaughn,
Studies of the Spectra of the Vertical Fluxes of Momentum, Heat and Moisture in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer, Annual Report, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Meteorology Dept., Round Hill field Station, Contract. DA-36-039-SC-80209 for U. S. Army, Meteorology Department, Electronic Proving Ground, Ft. Huachuca, Az., 1961.


J Tillman