The Planetary Journal Club is generally on Fridays at noon, at the Duane Conference Room D-142. The speaker of Journal Club leads a ~30 minute informal discussion on a planetary topic, basing the discussion on a recently published paper or papers. Contact Keiji Ohtsuki (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
|26||Lindsey Link||Mars: Time for a New Chronology?Bibring JP, Langevin Y, Mustard JF, et al. 2006, SCIENCE 312, 400-404 http://www.sciencemag.org/|
|2||Brian Hynek||The youngest features on Mars: Gullies and cratersPresent-day impact cratering rate and contemporary gully activity on Mars, M. C. Malin, et al. 2006, SCIENCE 314, 1573-1577 [pdf]
Geologic settings of Martian gullies: Implications for their origins, A. H. Treiman 2003, J. Geophys. Res. 108(E4)
|6||Nicole Albers||Size distributions of Asteroid families and the stories they tellSize-frequency distributions of fragments from SPH/N-body simulations of asteroid impacts: Comparison with observed asteroid families, Durda et al. 2007, Icarus 186, Issue 2, 498-516 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.2006.09.013|
|4||James Howard||Nanoparticles in the inner solar systemNanoparticles in the inner solar system, Mann, Murad and Czechowski, Planetary and Space Science, preprint #74|