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Abstracts presented to Terrestrial Planets Comparative Planetology: June 5-7, 1985

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dc.identifier.citation California Institute of Technology, American Geophysical Union, and Lunar and Planetary Institute. 1985. Abstracts presented to terrestrial planets comparative planetology, June 5-7, 1985. Houston, Tex: Lunar and Planetary Institute. en
dc.identifier.citation Abstracts Presented to Terrestrial Planets Comparative Planetology: June 5-7, 1985, 1985. LPI contribution. Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas.
dc.description.abstract Subject matter includes: interrelationships among planets; planetary evolution; planetary structure; planetary composition; planetary Atmospheres; noble gases in meteorites; and planetary magnetic fields. en
dc.description.sponsorship Sponsored by American Geophysical Union, Division for Planetary Science, (American Astronomical Society), Geological Society of America, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Planetary Society, Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences, (California Institute of Technology) en
dc.description.statementofresponsibility Hosted by California Institute of Technology.
dc.description.tableofcontents Magnetotails of the Terrestrial Planets: A Comparative Study--Venus, Earth, and Mars: Present Bounds on Similarities and Differences in Bulk Composition--Mineralogy and Chemistry of the Earth--A Solid-state Framework for Terrestrial Upper Mantle--Crustal Development in the Terrestrial Planets--Contrasts in Evolution of Venus and Earth--Adiabatic Thermal Models for Planetary Bodies--Primordial Magmaspheres and Their Lasting Consequences--Geologic Processes on Venus: An Update--Planning for VRM: Radar and Sonar Studies of Volcanic Terrains on Earth, Venus, and Mars--Compressional Environment in the Location and Orientation of Planetary Dorsa and Terrestrial--Earthquake Fault Structures--Planetary Reorientation by Surface Loads--The Non-hydrostatic Figures of the Terrestrial Planets--Dynamic Compensation of Venus's Geoid: A Comparison With Earth--Origin of the Atmosphere and Hydrosphere of the Terrestrial Planets--An Impact-induced Terrestrial Atmosphere and Iron-Water--Reactions During Accretion of the Earth--Climatic Consequences of Very High CO2 Levels in Earth's--Early Atmosphere--The Polar Caps and the Climatic Evolution of Mars--Biological t-10dulation of Planetary Atmospheres: The Early Earth Scenario--Volatiles on Satellites of the Outer Solar System--Planetary Surface Processes: A Review--Permafrost Features on Earth and Mars: Similarities Differences--Interpretation of Photometric Measurements of Airless Bodies--Interrelations for the Elements of the Scattering Matrix--On the Importance of Viscous Dissipation in Io--Models of Planetary Structure and Evolution: The Case of Io.
dc.format.extent vi, 23 pages
dc.format.mimetype application/pdf
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Lunar and Planetary Institute en
dc.relation.ispartofseries LPI contribution ; no. 569
dc.subject Planetary meteorology--Abstracts en
dc.subject Planets--Geology--Abstracts en
dc.title Abstracts presented to Terrestrial Planets Comparative Planetology: June 5-7, 1985 en
dc.type Book en

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