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Lunar and Planetary Institute Contribution Series

To document the activities of the visiting and staff scientists and other work supported by the Institute, this formal series, called "Lunar and Planetary Institute Contributions," was initiated in September 1969 while the Institute was under the auspices of the National Academy of Sciences. Two additional series, Basaltic Volcanism and the Terrestrial Planets (BV) and the Technical Reports (TR) series, were active between 1977 and 1998. Both the BV and the TR series have been included on this site for a more complete view of Institute-related work. The Lunar and Planetary Institute Contribution series continues today, documenting the scientific research, meeting-related publications, educational materials, outreach products, and other activities of the Institute. The LPI is operated by USRA under a cooperative agreement with the Science Mission Directorate of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

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2015

LPI-001846
LPI Editorial Board
Second Planetary Data Workshop, June 8-11, Flagstaff AZ
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-001845
LPI Editorial Board
Planetary Protection Knowledge Gaps for Human Extraterrestrial Missions, March 24-26, Moffett Field, CA
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-001844
Filiberto J., Beaty D., and Kiefer W. (2015) Volatiles in Mars: Constraints, questions, and future directions. EOS, Transactions 96

LPI-001843
LPI Editorial Board
The Fourth International Planetary Dunes Workshop: Integrating Models, Remote Sensing, and Field Data, May 19-22, Boise, ID
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-001842
LPI Editorial Board
Astrobiology Science Conference, June 15-19, Chicago, IL
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-001841
LPI Editorial Board
Workshop on Issues in Crater Studies and the Dating of Planetary Surfaces, May 19-22, Laurel, MD
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-001840
Pommier A., Leinenweber K., Kohlstedt D. L., Qi C., Garnero E. J., Mackwell S. J., and Tyburczy J. A. Experimental constraints on the electrical anisotropy of the lithosphere-asthenosphere system. Nature (accepted)

LPI-001839
LPI Editorial Board
Comparative Tectonic and Geodynamics of Venus, Earth and Rocky Exoplanets, May 4-6, Pasadena, CA
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-001838
LPI Editorial Board
Venus Science Priorities for Laboratory Measurements and Instrument Definition Workshop, April 7-8, Hampton, VA
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-001837
Joy K.H., Visscher C., Zolensky M.E., Mikouchi T., Hagiya K., Ohsumi K., and Kring D.A. (2015) Identification of magnetite in lunar regolith breccia 60016: Evidence for oxidised conditions at the lunar surface. Meteoritics and Planetary Science (accepted)

LPI-001836
Giesting P.A., Schwenzer S.P., Filiberto J., Starkey N.A., Franchi I.A., Treiman A.H., Tindle A.G., and Grady M.M. (2015) Igneous and shock processes affecting chassignite amphibole evaluated using chlorine/water partitioning and hydrogen isotopes. Meteoritics and Planetary Science

LPI-001835
Liu J., Sharp M., Ash R.D., Kring D.A., and Walker R.J. (2015) Diverse impactors in Apollo 15 and 16 impact melt rocks: Evidence from osmium isotopes and highly siderophile elements. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 155, 122-153, DOI:10.1016/j.gca.2015.02.004

LPI-001834
Kring D.A. (2015) Human and robotic missions: To the Moon again and beyond. EOS, Transactions 96

LPI-001833
Kring D.A. (2015) How robotic probes helped humans explore the Moon - and may again. EOS, Transactions 96

LPI-001832
LPI Editorial Board
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XLVI, March 16-20, The Woodlands, TX
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-001831
Potter R.W.K., Kring D.A., and Collins G.S. (2015) Scaling of basin-sized impacts and the influence of target temperature. Geological Society of America Special Paper (accepted)

LPI-001830
Kiefer W.S., Filiberto J., Sandu C., and Li Q. (2015) The effects of mantle composition on the peridotite solidus: Implications for the magmatic history of Mars. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 162, 247-258, DOI:10.1016/j.gca.2015.02.010