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  1. ... of Low Temperature Science, Hokkaido Univ, Sapporo, 060-0819, Japan 56-2 100 HIGH-RESOLUTION SEISMIC IMAGING OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY IMPACT INNER CRATER RIM STRATIGRAPHY: VELEZ, Claudia 1, MCGEARY, Susan 1, HOLE, John A. 2, POWARS, David S. 3, and CATCHINGS, Rufus D. 4, (1) Geology Dept, Univ of Delaware ...
  2. ... 43, Berlin, 10115, Germany, (3) HASYLAB/DESY, Notkestrasse 85, Hamburg, D-22607, Germany 52-2 67 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF LUNAR IMPACT CRATER EJECTA USING 70-CM RADAR OBSERVATIONS: GHENT, Rebecca R. 1, LEVERINGTON, D.W. 1, CAMPBELL, B.A. 1, HAWKE, B.R. 2, and CAMPBELL, D.B. 3, (1) Center for Earth and ...
  3. ... of Earth Sciences, Univ of Cambridge, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3EQ United Kingdom, njb1005@esc.cam.ac.uk 133-5 9:20 AM DOES THE MARINE-TARGET CRATER RECORD REFLECT AN INCREASED COSMIC BOMBARDMENT DURING THE MIDDLE ORDOVICIAN?: ORMÖ, Jens, Centro de Astrobiología (INTA/CSIC), Instituto Nacional ...
  4. ... Kentucky Univ, 1 Big Red Way, Bowling Green, KY 42101, amanda.mullins@wku.edu 75-5 9:10 AM IDENTIFICATION AND COMPILATION OF LAVA TUBE RESOURCES AT CRATERS OF THE MOON NM: AIDING RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND GEOLOGIC STUDY OF BASALTIC VOLCANISM: QUICK, Annika M., Department of Geology, Brigham Young Univ ...
  5. ... geology and soil chemistry along a 40 meter-wide corridor along the traverse. Geologic contacts crossed included ejecta blankets from larger impact craters and the regional contact between the lava plains and the Columbia Hills. Traverse observations confirmed that orbital mapping successfully identifies ...
  6. ... , Univ of the Witwatersrand, PO Wits, Johannesburg, South Africa 192-7 9:30 AM SULFUR ISOTOPIC FRACTIONATION IN K-T BOUNDARY ROCKS FROM THE CHICXULUB CRATER (YAXCOPOIL-1): A LABORATORY STUDY: ELSWICK, Erika R., Geological Sciences, Indiana Univ, 1001 E. Tenth Street, Bloomington, IN 47405, eelswick@indiana ...
  7. ... Division, National Park Service, PO Box 25287, Denver, CO 80225, tim_connors@nps.gov 20-10 10:35 AM MAPPING WITHIN THE INFERNO CONE QUADRANGLE, CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE: A DETAILED LOOK AT THE BROKEN TOP CINDER CONE AND ITS ASSOCIATED ERUPTIVE SEQUENCE AND FEATURES: CLENNON ...
  8. ... & Meteorology, Univ of Cologne, Cologne, 50923, Germany   9:15 AM Break 5-6 9:30 AM MINI-TES DERIVED CHEMICAL ABUNDANCES AT GUSEV CRATER AND MERIDIANI PLANUM: IMPLICATIONS FOR GLOBAL SURFACE COMPOSITIONS: WYATT, Michael B. 1, CHRISTENSEN, Philip R. 1, MCSWEEN, Harry Y. Jr 2, GHOSH, Amitabha ...
  9. ... -term remobilization and redistribution of tephra following a scoria-cone (violent strombolian) eruption. Initial modeling efforts focused on Sunset Crater, Arizona , and Parícutin , Mexico , and incorporated a simplified mass-balance approach to examine sediment erosion and transport processes in ephemeral ...
  10. ... are Phanerozoic in age, but the first 88% of Earth history (~ 4 billion years) resides in the Precambrian. The Moon is covered with Precambrian craters, but only a few dozen impacts that age have been documented on Earth. Relating evolution to impacts is also a daunting task because “hard parts” didn ...

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