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Accretion: Building New Worlds Conference : August 15-18, 2017, Houston, Texas

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dc.contributor Cuzzi, Jeff
dc.contributor Gail, Hans-Peter, 1941-
dc.date.accessioned 2017-08-22T16:43:50Z
dc.date.available 2017-08-22T16:43:50Z
dc.date.issued 2017
dc.identifier.citation Author A. B. and Author C. D. (2017) Title of abstract. In Accretion: Building New Worlds Conference, Abstract #XXXX. LPI Contribution No. 2043, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston. en
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11753/905
dc.description.abstract The conference will focus on processes of star formation and of circumstellar disks that lead to planetary systems, like our own, with planetary bodies, both silicate-rich and volatile-rich. These planetary bodies and their subsequent evolutions provide the bases for habitable environments and for the origin of life as we know it. The goal of this topical conference is to integrate the disparate stories of planetary accretion, both physical and chemical, into a consistent (although understandably incomplete) whole. en
dc.description.sponsorship Lunar and Planetary Institute; Universities Space Research Association en
dc.description.statementofresponsibility Conveners, Jeff Cuzzi, NASA Ames Research Center, Christine Floss, Washington University, Harold Levison, Southwest Research Institute, Justin Simon, NASA Johnson Space Center, Allan Treiman, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Science Organizing Committee, Hans-Peter Gail, University of Heidelberg, Levke Kööp, University of Chicago, Sebastiaan Krijt, University of Chicago, Ryan Ogliore, Washington University, Saint Louis, Cristina Thomas, Planetary Science Institute
dc.description.tableofcontents Meteoritic Constraints on Timescales of Planetesimal Accretion in the Early Solar System -- Utilizing Stable Isotopes and Isotopic Anomalies to Study Early Solar System Formation Processes -- Oxygen Isotope Systematics in Chondrules from Multiple Chondrite Groups: Implication to the Isotope Reservoirs in the Protoplanetary Disk -- Accretion and Processing of Presolar Components as Recorded by Nebular Materials--The Carbonaceous - Non-Carbonaceous Chondrite Reservoir Dichotomy and the Challenge of Ureilites -- Clustering of Inner Solar System Oxygen Isotopic Compositions: A Result of Gap Formation in the Protoplanetary Disk? -- The Current Solar System and Clues to Its Past--Hunting the Planetesimals Size Distribution Hidden in the Main Asteroid Belt -- History of the Solar Nebula from Meteorite Paleomagnetism -- Northwest Africa 11042: A Primitive Achondritic Melt from the L Chondrite Parent Body -- A New Model for Planetesimal Formation -- Constraints on Vesta’s and Ceres’ Origins from Dawn’s Observations -- Effects of Stochastic Charging on Micron Sized Grains in Protoplanetary Disks -- Water in the Early Solar System and Mantle Melting in Terrestrial Planets -- Constraints on the Time of Formation of Ceres and Ceres-Like Asteroids.
dc.format.extent 112 pages
dc.format.mimetype application/pdf
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Lunar and Planetary Institute en
dc.relation.ispartofseries LPI contribution ; no. 2043
dc.subject Protoplanetary disks--Congresses en
dc.subject Accretion (Astrophysics)--Congresses en
dc.subject Planets--Origin--Congresses en
dc.title Accretion: Building New Worlds Conference : August 15-18, 2017, Houston, Texas en
dc.type Text
dc.type Book en


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