We would like to draw your attention to the following session at this year’s AGU Fall Meeting (December 13–17, 2021):
DI004. Diving Deep: Investigations of Planetary Interiors through Observations, Modeling, and Experiments
Synergetic measurements such as gravity, seismic and magnetic field measurements, paired with surface mineralogy, geological observations, meteorite composition, and atmospheric data, provide valuable constraints for numerical models and experiments. The combination of such constraints helps to improve our understanding of the physical and chemical processes that have shaped the interior of rocky bodies in the solar system through time. The increase of computational power and improvements in experimental techniques have made it possible to tackle complex scenarios relevant to pressure and temperature conditions that govern the interior of planets and moons in order to understand their current and past dynamics. This session invites contributions from numerical modeling and experimental work that incorporate current planetary mission data and address future measurements that are necessary to place constraints on the evolution and present-day state of planetary interiors for the Moon, Mars, Mercury, Venus, and beyond.
Abstract submission deadline: August 4th, 2021
Abstract submission link: https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm21/prelim.cgi/Session/121569.
Thank you for considering this session, and please forward the session details to anyone interested.
Note that AGU will be held in-person as well as online, so you can but will not have to be there in person. After the abstract acceptance, authors can decide whether they want to present virtually or in person until October.
Sincerely, the Conveners:
Angela G Marusiak (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology)
Mélanie Drilleau (Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace)
Anna Mittelholz (ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich)
Ana-Catalina Plesa (German Aerospace Center, DLR)
Session mentee: Gunda Goutham Krishna Teja