Monday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
Room A      The Tagish Lake Carbonaceous Chondrite
Room B      Moon:  New Views of Lunar Internal Processes and Evolution
                   Session dedicated to the memory of John A. O'Keefe
Room C      Mars Volcanism:  Kablooie, Rumble, and Whoosh
Room D      Origins of Planetary Systems

Monday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
                   Presentations to the 2000 GSA Stephen E. Dwornik
                   U.S. Citizen Student Paper Award Winners
                       followed by
                   Harold Masursky Lecture by Sean Solomon

Monday Afternoon, 2:45 p.m.
Room A      Chondrules
Room B      Venus:  Texture, Time, and Tectonics
Room C      Frozen Mars:  Polar, Glacial, and Cold Things
Room D      Outer Body Experiences

Tuesday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
Room A      Chondrites:  Nebular and Parent-Body
Room B      Impact Ejecta and More
Room C      Mars:  Geophysics and Interior Evolution
                   Session dedicated to the memory of William M. Kaula
Room D      Lunar Impacts:  Processes and Effects

Tuesday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
Room A      Refractory Inclusions
Room B      Mars:  Magnets, Faults, and Revealed Impacts
Room C      A Year NEAR Eros
Room D      Impact Cratering

Tuesday Evening, 7:00–9:30 p.m.
UHCL         Poster Session I
                   Mars:  Wrinkled and Ridged
                   Mars Channels, Lakes, and Oceans
                   Mars:  Small-Scale Surface Features
                   Mars Polar
                   Mars Volcanism
                   Mars Data Calibration and Archiving
                   Mars Mapping
                   Outer Body Experiences
                   Venus Geology and Geophysics
                   Lunar Mare Basalts:  Observations and Analyses
                   Lunar Surface Processes:  Implants, Facelifts, and Extractions
                   Lunar Jambalaya:  Petrology, Geochemistry, and Geophysics
                   Origins of Planetary Systems
                   Modeling Impact Crater Processes
                   Environmental Effects of Impact Cratering
                   Impact Cratering on Mars
                   Martian Meteorites
                   The Tagish Lake Carbonaceous Chondrite
                   Refractory Inclusions
                   Angrites, Eucrites, and Other Achondrites
                   Asteroid-Meteorite Connections
                   A Year NEAR Eros
                   Mercury — Micro Session
                   Space Science Education

Wednesday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
Room A      Carbonaceous Chondrites
Room B      Io:  Inside and Out
Room C      Mars Surface Drainage:  Oceans, Valley Networks, and Gullies
Room D      Planetary Formation and Early Evolution I

Wednesday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
Room A      Presolar Grains
                   Session dedicated to the memory of John Reynolds
Room B      Small Bodies:  Shake, Bake, Microwave, Let Stand
Room C      Deposition and Erosion in Martian Canyons, Channels, and Other Terrains
Room D      Angrites, Eucrites, and Other Achondrites
                   Session dedicated to the memory of Martin Prinz

Wednesday Afternoon, 5:00 p.m.
Room C      NASA Program Managers' Briefing

Wednesday Evening, 6:00–9:30 p.m.
Conference Social Event, Campbell Hall, Pasadena Fairgrounds

Thursday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
Room A      Astrobiology I:  Thinking Big to the Nitty Gritty
Room B      Moon:  New Views of Composition and Maturity
Room C      Mars:  Subsurface Ice to Surface History
Room D      Planetary Formation and Early Evolution II

Thursday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
Room A      SPECIAL SESSION:  Europa Surface-Subsurface Material Interchange, Burial,
                        and Resurfacing Processes
Room B      Moon:  Remote Sensing Perspectives
Room C      Martian Soil Chemistry and Mineralogy
Room D      Cosmic Dust

Thursday Afternoon, 5:30 p.m.
Room A      PANEL DISCUSSION:  Societal Connections of Planetary Exploration and the Search for Life Elsewhere

Thursday Evening, 7:00–9:30 p.m.
UHCL         Poster Session II
                   Mars Surface Properties I
                   Mars Surface Properties II
                   Mars Atmosphere and Dust
                   Mars Missions
                   Missions, Instrumentation, and Sample Collection/Curation
                   Fire and ICE (Io, Callisto, Europa)
                   Europa Surface-Subsurface Material Interchange, Burial, and Resurfacing Processes
                   Remote Views of the Moon:  Past, Present, and Future
                   Cosmic Dust
                   Impact Crater Geology
                   Impact Crater Geophysics
                   Carbonaceous Chondrites
                   Meteorites:  Isotopic and Elemental Variations and New Analytic Techniques
                   New Meteorites
                   Ordinary and Enstatite Chondrites
                   Shock Processes in Meteorites
                   Iron Meteorites
                   Planetary Formation and Early Evolution
                   Astrobiology II:  Melting Pot
                   Small-Body Goulash

Friday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
Room A      Astrobiology III:  Feet on the Ground
Room B      Meteorites:  Composition, Chronology, and Cosmogenic Nuclides
Room C      Martian Meteorites
Room D      Mars:  Looking Down, Blown Around, and on the Ground