187 Planetary Pummeling: Cataclysmic Bombardment of the Solar System as Catastrophe, Catalyst, Cauldron, and Crucible

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Monday, 6 October 2008: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 310AD

Stephen Mojzsis and Barbara Cohen
8:15 AM
8:30 AM
The Late Heavy Bombardment and Mars
Donald M. Burt, Arizona State University; L. Paul Knauth, Arizona State University; Kenneth H. Wohletz, Los Alamos National Lab
9:05 AM
Lunar zircons did not record the cataclysm
C. Meyer, NASA Johnson Space Ctn; A.A. Nemchin, Curtin University of Technology; R.T. Pidgeon, Curtin University of Technology; I.S. Williams, Australian National Univ; W. Compston, Australian National Univ
9:25 AM
A Salubrious Heavy Bombardment: The Case for Phosphorus
Matthew Adam Pasek, University of Arizona
9:45 AM
Sulfur and the Late Heavy Bombardment
Stephen J. Mojzsis, Univ of Colorado
10:00 AM
10:15 AM
The Anorthositic Central Uplift of the Manicouagan Impact Structure
Marc B. Biren, University of New Brunswick; John G. Spray, University of New Brunswick; Lucy M. Thompson, Department of Geology
10:30 AM
Alochthonous Suevitic Breccias at Manicouagan
Lucy M. Thompson, Department of Geology
10:45 AM
The Manicouagan Structure as a Window into Lunar Impact Melts
John G. Spray, University of New Brunswick
11:00 AM
The Mineralogy of Deeply Excavating Lunar Impact Crater Central Peaks
Joshua T.S. Cahill; Mark A. Wieczorek, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris; Paul G. Lucey; Charles K. Shearer, Univ of New Mexico
11:15 AM
The Brangane Asteroid Family Disruption: Source of the Late Eocene 2.5 Million Years of Dust Deposition, Impacts, and H Chondrite Meteoroids
Alan R. Hildebrand, University of Calgary; Alex Parker, University of Victoria; Frank T. Kyte, University of California, Los Angeles; Alex Shukolyukov, University of California, San Diego
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