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 Nicole Albers or Keiji Ohtsuki (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
|23||Bruce Jakosky||Endogenic heat from Enceladus’ south polar featuresAbramov and Spencer (2009), Endogenic heat from Enceladus’ south polar fractures: new observations, and models of conductive surface heating, Icarus, 199, 189-196
|6||Glen Stewart||A Replacement for the Minimum Mass Solar NebulaDesch (2007), Mass distribution and planet formation in the Solar Nebula, ApJ, 671, 878-893 [online abstract]|
|13||Steve Mojzsis||Low heat flow inferred from >4 Gyr zircons suggests Hadean plate boundary interactionsHopkins et al. (2008), Low heat flow inferred from >4 Gyr zircons suggests Hadean plate boundary interactions, Nature, 456, p. 493-496 [online abstract (pdf)]|
|13||Mihaly Horanyi||Dust near the SunMcComas et al. (2007), Understanding coronal heating and solar wind acceleration: Case for in situ near-Sun measurements, Reviews of Geophysics, 45, RG1004 [online abstract (pdf)]
Mann et al. (2004), Dust Near The Sun, Space Science Reviews, 110, pp. 269-305 [online abstract (pdf)]
|24||Nicole Albers||Did Saturn’s rings form during the Late Heavy Bombardment?Charnoz et al. (2009), Did Saturn’s rings form during the Late Heavy Bombardment?, Icarus, 109, 413-428|