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Dr. Allan H. Treiman
Senior Staff Scientist

Lunar and Planetary Institute
3600 Bay Area Boulevard
Houston, TX 77058
E-mail: treiman(at)lpi.usra.edu
Phone: 281-486-2117
Fax: 281-486-2162

 

GEOLOGY, PETROLOGY, AND GEOCHEMISTRY ACROSS THE SOLAR SYSTEM

  • Mars
    • Research
      • Rock-Water Chemical Reactions
      • Magmatic Processes and Magma Compositions
      • Martian Meteorites
      • Mars Gullies
    • Spacecraft Participation
      • Mars 2020, Co-I with PIXL Instrument (X-ray Fluorescence).
      • Mars Science Laboratory, Co-I with CheMin Instrument (X-ray Diffraction)
    The Moon
    • Research
      • Volatile Components and Their Isotopes
      • Ancient Lunar Highlands
      • Lunar Meteorites
      • Lunar Magma Ocean
    • Spacecraft Participation
      • MARE, 'New Frontiers' geochemical lander proposal, 2015
    • Management / Advisory / Analysis
      • Organizer, Second Lunar Highlands Conference, with field study at Stillwater Complex, 2012.
  • Venus
    • Research
      • Surface-atmosphere chemical reactions
      • Magma Chemistry
    • Spacecraft Participation
      • VISE 'New Frontiers' lander proposal, current
      • VERITAS "Discovery' orbiter proposal, 2010
      • SAGE 'New Frontiers' lander proposals, 2004, 2009
    • Management / Advisory / Analysis
      • Venus Technology and Instrumentation Workshop, Section Lead 2015.
      • NASA Decadal Survey, 2011, Member of Inner Planets Panel (included Venus).
      • Venus Flagship Study, member, 2010.
      • Venus Geochemistry Workshop, Convenor, 2009.
      • VEXAG Active Participant, 2009-present.
  • The Earth
    • Research
      • Igneous Petrology
      • Terrestrial Analogs
      • Carbonatites
  • Asteroids
    • Research
      • Rumuruti (R) Chondrites
        • Amphibole and Biotite: Implications for Asteroidal Volatiles
        • Fragments in Ureilite Regolith Breccias
      • Isotopic Constraints on Asteroidal Volatiles
        • Rumuruti (R) Chondrites and Early Solar System
        • Achondrites and Magma Oceans (?)

RECENT MANAGEMENT

  • Co-Lead, LPI-JSC Joint Working Group, Current
  • Lead, NASA Proposal Review Panel Groups, Various
  • Section Lead, Venus Technology and Instrumentation Workshop, 2015
  • Associate Director, Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2010-2012
  • Member, NASA Decadal Survey - Inner Planets Panel, 2011
  • Member, Venus Flagship Study Team, 2010
May 31, 2016

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