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Seminars 2005

Date Speaker Title (link to abstract) Seminar recording
Jan 24 Jeff Kargel (U.S. Geological Survey) Martian Ice- and Water-Formed Landscapes, and Terrestrial chemical, mineralogical, and morphological analogs
Feb 23 Peter Smith (UA Lunar and Planetary Lab) The Phoenix Mission
Mar 02 Matt Balme (PSI) Dust Devils on Mars
Mar 09 Kate Su (UA Steward Observatory) The Vega Debris Disk - A Surprise from Spitzer
Mar 21 Jürgen Blum (Inst. for Geophys. & Extraterrestrial Phys., Technical University at Braunschweig, Germany) Planet Formation in the Laboratory
Mar 23 Cathy Quantin (University Claude Bernard Lyon, France) Martian Landslide and Fluvial Activity, and Problems of Cratering Rates on Mars and Earth
Apr 06 Alfred McEwen (UA Lunar and Planetary Lab) MRO's High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE)
Apr 20 S. Alan Stern (Southwest Research Institute) Searching for Ice at the Lunar Poles: The LAMP Investigation on NASA's 2008 Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
Apr 27 Bruce Bohor (USGS, Denver & Univ. of Colorado, Boulder) Anatomy of a giant impact: Characterization of the K/T boundary event from distal ejecta
May 04 Andy Rivkin (MIT Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences) Rotationally-Resolved Infrared Spectroscopy of Vesta: It's More Interesting Than You'd Think from the Title
May 11 Tim Slater (UA Steward Observatory) The Dawning of a New Era in Education and Public Outreach: New Roles and New Responsibilities for Scientists
May 18 Dante Lauretta (UA Lunar and Planetary Lab) Iron Meteorites and the Origin of Life: Phosphide Minerals on Early Earth and the RNA World.
May 19 Amy Lovell (Agnes Scott College Physics & Astronomy) New Long-wavelength Observations of Comets & Asteroids
Oct 05 Nalin Samarasinha (PSI) Coma Morphology of Comets as a Probe of the Nucleus and the Coma
Oct 26 Pasquale Tricarico (PSI) How Distributed Computing will change the way Scientist manage Numerical Simulations in Planetary Science
Nov 02 Michael Snowden Ground-Based Photometry of Mars in 2003 and 2005 and Physically Constrained Iterative Estimation
Nov 16 John Stansberry (Steward Observatory, University of Arizona) Debris Disks as Signposts for Planet Formation in Binary Star Systems
Nov 30 Nathan Bridges (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) Insights in Aeolian Rock Abrasion on Mars and Earth
Dec 14 Rebecca Williams (PSI San Diego) Decameter-scale Fluvial Erosion on Mars

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