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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.




2019

LPI-002189
LPI Editorial Board
Asteroid Science in the Age of Hayabusa2 and OSIRIS-REx, November 5-7, 2019, Tucson, Arizona
Lunar and Planetry Institute

LPI-002188
LPI Editorial Board
Sixth International Planetary Dunes Workshop, May 12-15, 2020, Alamosa, Colorado
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-002187
LPI Editorial Board
Martian Geological Enigmas: From the Late Noachian Epoch to the Present Day, October 5-8, 2020, Houston, Texas
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-002186
Taylor P.A., Rivera-Valentin E., Bonsall A., Becker T.M., Benner L.A.M., Bhiravarasu S., Brozovic M., Busch M.W., Campbell B.A., Ghigo F.D., Harris A.W., Magri C., Mainzer A.K., Margo J.-L., Marshall S.E., Masiero J.R., Naidu S.P., Nolan M.C., Patterson G.W., Prockter L.M., Sizemore H.G., Swindle T.D., Venditti F.C.F., and Virkki A.K. (2019) Planetary Radar Astronomy with Ground-Based Astrophysical Assets.

LPI-002185
James P.B., Smith D.E., Byrne P.K., Kendall J.D., Melosh H.J., and Zuber M.T. (2019) Deep structure of the lunar South Pole-Aitken basin. Geophysical Research Letters 46
(Published online)

LPI-002184
Oliveira E.P., Talavera C., Windley B.F., Zhao L., Semprich J.J., McNaughton N.J., Amaral W.S., Sombini J., Navarro M., and Silva D. (2019) Mesoarchaean (2820 Ma) high-pressure mafic granulite at Uauá, São Francisco Craton, Brazil, and its potential significance for the assembly of Archaean supercratons. Precambrian Research 331
(Accepted)

LPI-002183
Schmieder M., Shaulis B.J., Lapen T.J., Buchner E., and Kring D.A. (2019) In situ U-Pb analysis of shocked zircon from the Charlevoix impact structure, Quebec, Canada. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 54
(In press)

LPI-002182
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topography and Relatively Flat Areas of the Moon's South Polar Ridge
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002181
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topographic Slopes of the Moon's South Polar Ridge
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002180
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topographic Slopes (5-meter) of the Moon's South Polar Ridge
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002179
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Annual Illumination and Topographic Slope of the Moon's South Polar Ridge
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002178
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topography and Permanently Shaded Regions (PSRs) of the Moon's South Polar Ridge
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002177
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topographic Map of the Moon's South Polar Ridge
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002176
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topography and Permanently Shaded Regions (PSRs) 87°S to Pole of the Moon
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002175
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topography and Permanently Shaded Regions (PSRs) of the Moon's South Pole
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002174
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topographic Map of the Moon's South Pole
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002173
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topography and Permanently Shaded Regions (PSRs) 85°S to Pole of the Moon
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002172
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topography and Permanently Shaded Regions (PSRs) of the Moon's South Pole (85°S to Pole)
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002171
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topographic Map of the Moon's South Pole (85°S to Pole)
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002170
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topography and Permanently Shaded Regions (PSRs) of the Moon's South Pole (80°S to Pole)
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002169
Stopar J., and Meyer H.
Topographic Map of the Moon's South Pole (80°S to Pole)
LPI Regional Planetary Image Facility

LPI-002168
LPI Editorial Board
Ocean Worlds 4, May 21-22, 2019, Columbia, Maryland
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-002167
Idoko C.M., Conder J.A., Ferre E.C., and Filiberto J. (2019) The potential contribution to long wavelength magnetic anomalies from the lithospheric mantle. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 292, 21-28, DOI:10.1016/j.pepi.2019.05.002

LPI-002166
Bickel V.T., Honniball C.I., Martinez S.N., Rogaski A., Sargeant H.M., Bell S.K., Czaplinski E.C., Farrant B.E., Harrington E.M., Tolometti G.D., and Kring D.A. (2019) Analysis of lunar boulder tracks: Implications for trafficability of pyroclastic deposits. Journal of Geophysical Research - Planets 124

LPI-002165
Lepaulard C., Gattacceca J., Uehara M., Rochette P., Quesnel Y., Macke R.J., and Kiefer W. (2019) A survey of the natural remanent magnetization and magnetic susceptibility of Apollo whole rocks. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 290, 36-43, DOI:10.1016/j.pepi.2019.03.004

LPI-002164
Kring D.A. (2017) Field Guide: Petrified Forest with Notes about the Impact-Mass Extinction Hypothesis.

LPI-002163
Stopar J.D., Lawrence S.J., Graham L., Hamilton J., Denevi B., John K.K., Meyer H.M., Gruener J.E., Nunez J.I., Draper D.S., Maas B.J., and Greenberg J.M. (2019) Ina, Moon: Geologic setting, scientific rationale, and site characterization for a small planetary lander concept. Planetary and Space Science 171, 1-16, DOI:10.1016/j.pss.2019.04.003

LPI-002162
Urrutia-Fucugauchi J., Pérez-Cruz L., Morgan J., Gulick S., Wittmann A., Lofi J., and IODP-ICDP Expedition 364 Science Party, including D.A. Kring (2019) Peering inside the peak ring of the Chicxulub Impact Crater–its nature and formation mechanism. Geology Today 35, 68-72, DOI:10.1111/gto.12261

LPI-002161
Xu H., and Beghein C. (2019) Measuring higher-mode surface wave dispersion using a transdimensional Bayesian approach. Geophysical Journal International 218, 333-353, DOI:10.1093/gji/ggz133

LPI-002160
Knafelc J., Filiberto J., Ferré E.C., Conder J.A., Costello L., Crandall J.R., Dyar M.D., Friedman S.A., Hummer D.R., and Schwenzer S.P. (2019) The effect of oxidation on the mineralogy and magnetic properties of olivine. American Mineralogist 104, 694-702, DOI:10.2138/am-2019-6829

LPI-002159
Erickson T.M., Timms N.E., Pearce M.A., Cayron C., Deutsch A., Keller L.P., and Kring D.A. (2019) Shock-produced high-pressure (La, Ce, Th)PO4 polymorph revealed by microstructural phase heritage of monazite. Geology 47, 504-508, DOI:10.1130/G46008.1

LPI-002158
Cavosie A.J., Timms N.E., Erickson T.M., and Koeberl C. (2018) New clues from Earth's most elusive impact crater: Evidence of reidite in Australasia tektites from Thailand. Geology 46, 203-206, DOI:10.1130/G39711.1

LPI-002157
LPI Editorial Board
82nd Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society (MetSoc2019), July 7-12, 2019, Sapporo, Japan
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-002156
Treiman A.H., Kulis M.J., and Glazner A.F. (2019) Spinel-anorthosites on the Moon: Impact melt origins suggested by enthalpy constraints. American Mineralogist 104, 370-384, DOI:10.2138/am-2019-6652

LPI-002155
Semprich J., Schwenzer S.P., Treiman A.H., and Filiberto J. (2019) Phase equilibria modeling of low-grade metamorphic Martian rocks. Journal of Geophysical Research - Planets 124, 681-702, DOI:10.1029/2018JE005869

LPI-002154
LPI Editorial Board
2019 Annual Meeting of Planetary Geologic Mappers (PGM2019), June 12-14, 2019, Flagstaff, Arizona
Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI-002153
Treiman A.H., and Harrington E. (2018) Radar backscatter from Venus' highlands: Confirmation of a ferroelectric substance, likely chlorapatite. Proceedings of the VENERA-D. Venus Modeling Workshop, October 5-7, 2017, Moscow, Russia, 144-147

LPI-002152
LPI Editorial Board
Developing a New Space Economy Through Lunar Resources and Their Utilization: A Stepped Approach to Establishing Cislunar Commerce Through Science and Exploration, July 15-17, 2019, Columbia, Maryland
Lunar and Planetatry Institute

LPI-002141
LPI Editorial Board
Lunar Dust Workshop 2020, February 11-13, 2020, Houston, Texas
Lunar and Planetary Institute

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